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This tag outputs a complete commenting form for use within a template. Most strings and form fields may be controlled through the $args array passed into the function, while you may also choose to use the comment_form_default_fields filter to modify the array of default fields if you'd just like to add a new one or remove a single field.

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Okay, just looking through this code quickly, it looks like the problem may be that the getImgID() function is echoing rather than returning its output. This function is called from within another fu …
answered Jul 10 '11 by Chip Bennett
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The easiest and most straight-forward way is to put appropriate code in your wp_list_comments() callback, that outputs a message if a comment is awaiting moderation. The usual code looks something li …
answered Jun 9 '11 by Chip Bennett
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Ensure that you have Threaded Comments enabled: go to Dashboard -> Settings -> Discussion and enable the option to thread comments Ensure that your Theme enqueues the comment-reply script. Look for t …
answered May 21 '12 by Chip Bennett
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Don't link the script file directly. Enqueue it instead, e.g. in functions.php: function mytheme_enqueue_comment_reply() { // on single blog post pages with comments open and threaded comments …
answered May 9 '11 by Chip Bennett
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You have a couple potential issues: Your version of WordPress and/or your current Theme does not support threaded comments. What version of WordPress are you using? What Theme are you using? Some …
answered Jun 20 '11 by Chip Bennett
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The wp_list_comments() call accepts a callback argument, in which you can define the specifc comment-list markup that you want. I would suggest taking a look at how TwentyTen handles the wp_list_comme …
answered Jun 28 '11 by Chip Bennett
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Your problem is your PHP conditional. You're saying "if A or B, then do something", but that's not what you really want to do. Try manipulating the arguments array directly, and then passing it to th …
answered Nov 24 '13 by Chip Bennett