Skip to comment form link after comment/ping count
AnonymousJune 1, 2012 at 11:10 am #4701
Hi Syahir! It would be useful if you add a link to comment form just after comment/ping count, so that people don’t have to scroll all the way down to get comment form. It helps people to skip to comment form when there are tens of, if not hundreds of comments in a single post. I’ve done this in my site using an action hook. But I would like to see this natively supported in theme. 🙂
AnonymousJune 1, 2012 at 9:29 pm #28932
If this is added, I think it would also be nice for the newly added information to be wrapped in it’s own class or id. This would be useful for users who may not want the change… and can easily hide it via custom css… without having to hide the entire comments line.
Just my thoughts. I agree. It would be a nice touch.Admin
Good suggestion. I’ll add this in the next version (not 1.7.2, since that has already been submitted to the repository).Quote:If this is added, I think it would also be nice for the newly added information to be wrapped in it’s own class or id.
Yep, we always ensure that each HTML feature has its own class, and if necessary, ID. If you find some in the theme’s codes that are missing this, let me know.
AnonymousJune 3, 2012 at 4:43 am #28934
If you find some in the theme’s codes that are missing this, let me know.
I can’t think of any off-hand, but I’ll be happy to do a “sweep” through the theme.
Often, when I’m helping those in the wordpress forums, I will come across themes which are not written with such care. A user may want to hide the author meta, but not the tags and comments meta. Many themes include all this meta info in a single class making it very difficult to customize while also being able to update the theme.
I LOVE GRAPHENE!
AnonymousJune 5, 2012 at 10:10 am #28935
Thank you Syahir! 🙂
AnonymousJune 18, 2012 at 4:30 pm #28937
Great!! Looks clean. Thanks! 🙂
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