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[Resolved] Allow Comments – How I added No as an option

  • Participant
    Level: Enlightened
    Posts: 56
    John B on #24944

    When a user creates a new blog post, I wanted them to have the option to select Yes and No under the Allow Comments section. Here’s how I added that.

    \wp-content\plugins\bp-simple-front-end-post\form.php

    Line 108:

    <label for="bp-simple-post-comment-status">
                            <input id="bp-simple-post-comment-status" name="bp_simple_post_comment_status" type="radio"
                                   value="open" <?php echo checked( 'closed', $current_status ); ?> /> <?php _e( 'Yes', 'bp-simple-front-end-post' ); ?>
    					</label>

    Changed to:

    <label for="bp-simple-post-comment-status">
                            <input id="bp-simple-post-comment-status" name="bp_simple_post_comment_status" type="radio"
                                   value="open" <?php echo checked( 'closed', $current_status ); ?> /> <?php _e( 'Yes', 'bp-simple-front-end-post' ); ?>
    					</label>
    					
    					<label>
    						
    						<input id="bp-simple-post-comment-status" name="bp_simple_post_comment_status" type="radio"
                                   value="closed" <?php echo checked( 'closed', $current_status ); ?> /> <?php _e( 'No', 'bp-simple-front-end-post' ); ?>
                        </label>
  • Keymaster
    (BuddyDev Team)
    Posts: 21467
    Brajesh Singh on #24975

    Hi John,
    Since checkbox represents Yes/no, we used it.

    Your implementation is correct too as you have moved from checkbox to radio. Thank you for sharing.

    Regards
    Brajesh

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