February 22, 2015 at 2:21 am #15161RaviJayagopalCustomer
I’m using a page called “Blog” to show all of my posts. Using Genesis + Epik.
Instead of just a “Leave a Comment” link showing up at the TOP of the post, I want each post on the blog page “/blog” to show the entire commenting section – including the form, as well as any comments – right at the bottom of each post, without having to click into the permalink of the post to have to see it.
How can I go about doing that? Appreciate your help.
Co-Founder & Co-Developer of http://DigitalAccessPass.com (DAP), Membership Plugin for WordPress.February 22, 2015 at 10:20 pm #15166Jason MCustomer
I might be confused on what you’re asking, so please correct me if I’m wrong. Are you saying you want the entire comment section to show up on each post of your blog right next to the title? If you’re asking to do this on the blog itself (right next to each Title) where it shows multiple posts at once, then the answer is most likely No, as I’ve never seen this done before with the Genesis Framework.
Perhaps I’m not understanding what you’re asking, so if you can send a link to an example site that will help me and anyone else reading then that might help us.February 23, 2015 at 3:00 am #15168RaviJayagopalCustomer
That is the permalink of one of the posts. At the end of the post, you’ll see the comment form, and that’s where any future comments made on that post, would show up too.
However, if you look at the main blog page – http://veenaprashanth.com/blog/ – you’ll see that the above post is listed. But at the bottom of the post (on the main blog page), I would like to see the same comments section just like it currently shows only when you visit the actual permalink.
So if there are 5 blog posts, then going to http://veenaprashanth.com/blog/ would show each post in full (I don’t wish to break it up and use more tag), and then at the end of each post, I wish to see the comment form, followed by any comments that may have been made on that post. All on the archive and main blog page as well.
Hope this makes sense.
Thanks in advance for your time and help.
– Ravi Jayagopal
Co-Founder & Co-Developer of http://DigitalAccessPass.com (DAP), Membership Plugin for WordPress.February 27, 2015 at 2:03 pm #15194Jason MCustomer
Unfortunately I’ve never seen that done with the Genesis Framework or any Genesis Child theme. I’m not saying it’s not possible, but I haven’t seen it done.
I tried searching multiple forums, and Googling but didn’t see anything come up.
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