I would like to allow comments on certain Trailsnet pages. The site already allows comments for blog posts, but not for pages. Is it possible to allow comments for some pages but not others?
Comments on Selected Pages(12 posts) (3 voices)
Kevin from Trailsnet.com
Does anyone out there know if it's possible to have comments on selected pages using the Graphene theme? Your help is appreciated.Kevin from Trailsnet.com
Thanks Ken. I installed the No Page Comments plugin on Trailsnet, and it seems like a great addition, but...
... With the plugin installed, as an administrator I'm able to add comments in edit mode (admin panel). But on the regular website pages viewed by the general public, such as the Trail Talk page, under the Leave a Reply area where users would generally leave comments, it has the (error?) message, "Blog token not found." I'm not sure what that means, but it seems to be blocking people from leaving comments on that page.
(It looks like they can reply to the comments that I've written, but not start their own comment thread.)Kevin from Trailsnet.com
Well, there's something I've never seen before.
Googling "blog token not found"......
Ah yes, try disabling and then re-enabling your Jetpack plugin.
I know that seems like a weird solution, but it's possible that plugin needs access to certain resources before Jetpack gets to them. Sometimes weird stuff like that happens.
If that doesn't fix it, let us know. In the meantime, I'm adding this to my "weird stuff that happens with Jetpack" file, which is getting bigger and bigger.
And keep up the good work. We need more trails!
You might also want to mention this to the plugin author on Github: https://github.com/sethta/no-page-comment/issues
Thanks again, Ken. I'll give that a try. I've just been searching for the disable option and discovered the Deactivate option. Is that the same thing? I'd hate to mess things up by doing the wrong thing.
I seem to remember getting this message on my individual trail posts even before I installed the No Page Comment widget, so this may just be a JetPack issue.Kevin from Trailsnet.com
Yes, deactivate should be the same thing.
Your settings should still be there when you reactivate, however.
As much as I like the functionality that JetPack provides, I gotta admit that things like this prevent me from adding it all my sites. It has some funky issues from time to time.
Excellent, Ken!! That seems to have worked. The comments are now available on the pages where I need them.
I appreciate your help & patience.Kevin from Trailsnet.com
Oops, I forgot to do that. Thanks Ken.Kevin from Trailsnet.com
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