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I have an issue in my new theme.
my website is about Education for teachers and students. every post belongs to one teacher that students can talk to her/him via comments.
now, i want to add a special thing to any post. i want to have two comments_template() in one post with pills (bootstrap). in one, student can just ask their questions but in another, they can do review and rating. in fact i need to use different comments_template file for every one.

but the problem is: by adding two comments_template to one post, every comment will be displayed in another part too. but i want to just to be displayed in its part (pill).

so can you help me in this case???
i really need it. thanks y friends

UPDATE:

for example, i added these codes to the single.php to have 2 comment_template(). one for discussing and another for rating to the teacher. but when i comment in one part, it will be shown in another too. and i want to use different comment_tamplate() for avery part:

<div class="row container-fluid profile_nazar" style=" margin: 0 5% 30px 5% !important; margin-bottom: 20px; border: 1px solid #ddd; box-shadow: 0 0 6px #ccc;">

    <ul class="nav-pills profile_pills">
        <li><a data-toggle="pill" href="#pill1">Talk</a></li>
        <li><a data-toggle="pill" href="#pill2">Rate</a></li>
    </ul>
    <div style="width:100%; height:400px; overflow-y: scroll;">
        <div class="tab-content">
            <div id="pill1" class="tab-pane fade in active" style="margin: 20px;">
                <?php comments_template(); ?>
            </div>
            <div id="pill2" class="tab-pane fade" style="margin: 20px;">
                <?php comments_template(); ?>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
  • Can you share some code you already have it will be easier to help then? – Greg Winiarski Dec 10 '18 at 11:48
  • @GregWiniarski i updated my question, my friend. – sh.dehnavi Dec 10 '18 at 12:05
  • This is a bit complicated, you would need to register different comment types and make sure each comment_template() is saving and listing the comment with correct comment_type, that being said i am afraid i am not sure how to code it, you would need to dig into the WP source code i suppose. – Greg Winiarski Dec 10 '18 at 13:40
  • @GregWiniarski yes my friend. i also think it is complicated. but for solving that, i want to create another post type and make a post for every teacher to have discussion with her/him students. but the issue is: i want to add a button in the profile page as "talk to your teacher" but i can not use the_permalink(); for that, because another post for that teacher belongs to another post type. how can i automatically find that post permalink (in another post type). consider that in those two posts (different post type), the teacher is post author. – sh.dehnavi Dec 10 '18 at 17:22
  • @sh.dehnavi, you can use the_permalink() to get the permalink of any post types. You just need to use the correct post ID - the_permalink( 123 ). – Sally CJ Dec 14 '18 at 3:38
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i could not solve the main problem (two comments_template() in one post) but i created a new post_type for "talk to teacher" part and so we will create a post for every teacher in that post type and put the link of that post in teacher's profile page. by clicking on that link, students will go to new post that can just comment for the teacher and talk with her/him.
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so by the following code, we can find that post in the new post_type to be used in the profile page:
consider: also in the new post, the author is the same.

<?php
$author_id = get_the_author_meta( 'ID' );
$post_ids = get_posts(array( 'fields' => 'ids', 'author' => $author_id, 'post_type' => 'talk', ));
$num = 0;
foreach($post_ids as $post_id) :        
    echo "<a href='". get_permalink( $post_id )."'>talk to your teacher</a></br>";
    // the following condition, consider the last post that has created for the teacher to talk with students 
    $num = $num + 1;
    if ($num >= 1){
        break;
    }
endforeach;
?>

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