Problem with Comments – no Submit button

  • jorro

    #3573

    Guys I need some help.

    I updated to the new version. But I noticed I’ve no comments:

    Comments are allowed but there is no submit button to post them, after you write?

    If you have any ideas how to solve this I would appreciate.

    http://www.msmarteam.eu/Google/

    Thanks,

    Jorro.

    Mod

    Kenneth John Odle

    #23796

    You have this code in your stylesheet:

    #commentform .form-submit {
    display: none;
    }

    Your version actually looks like 1.5.5 to me. How did you upgrade and what did you upgrade to?

    It looks like you have altered the theme’s style sheet. You should never do that, but make changes through a child theme, instead.

    Anonymous

    #23797

    I’m having this same issue, and I get 10+ comments a day. Very big problem for me.

    Here’s an example page:

    http://www.cardpaymentoptions.com/credit-card-processors/paysimple/

    By the way, I did add custom CSS via the “Custom CSS” box in the Graphene display options.

    Admin

    Syahir Hakim

    #23798

    @parkerwest, I can see the submit comment button just fine on your site:

    tIPDV.png

    Anonymous

    #23799

    Here’s what I’m seeing: All my caching systems are off and I have cleared them to make sure. http://imgur.com/O6aKg

    Mod

    Kenneth John Odle

    #23800

    What browser are you using? Which version?

    jorro

    #23801

    Hi, Ken,

    Thanks for your reply.

    My version is 1.6, but I have to put some of the old files/style.css incl./ in order to have new functionality and old outlook. But there are some issues like this with comments button. I’ll try to fix it, but up to now it is showing only submit and not recognize it as a button. I dont know if its Graphene’s .php or WordPress’?

    🙁

    Mod

    Kenneth John Odle

    #23802

    My version is 1.6, but I have to put some of the old files/style.css incl./ in order to have new functionality and old outlook.

    That is probably the source of your problem. If you upgrade the theme, you really need to upgrade all the files. The new theme will have new elements that are not accounted for in the old style sheet.

    Like I said, you really want to make changes via a child theme, and not by editing core theme files. That will prevent 98% of problems like this in the future.

    jorro

    #23803

    Yep. You are right. I’ve done a total mess. And made my life complicated. 🙁

    After some hours digging in the .css I’ve found a solution. You can check how it looks now on my site, if you like.

    To the other guys in the thread: Dont try this at home. 🙂 It is solvable, but really time consuming.

    Jorro.

    Mod

    Kenneth John Odle

    #23804

    Looks good!

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