- Michael on June 24, 2016 at 10:57 pm in reply to: Need help with links, BuddyPress Notify Post Author on Blog Comment #4413
I don’t mean to rush you or anything, I just forgot to add if you would create a filter that might work this way for me, please? I have tried for a week to do myself and asking others to and at no luck. It calls the comment ID perfectly so I’m sure it can be done I just don’t know how to get the blog post link to work, thanks again sir!
- Michael on June 24, 2016 at 4:41 pm in reply to: Need help with links, BuddyPress Notify Post Author on Blog Comment #4386
Thank you sir for the fast reply, and for helping me find (and bookmark) this post!
I have my site set to auto-approve the comments, and I get a link in notifications as [http://monoico.com/wp-admin/comment.php?action=approve&c=4]
In the reference link you provided above, that is the code I have been working with to try to get a front-end blog-post link such as [http://monoico.com/news_subdirectory/2016/06/17/title-of-user-blog-post/]
In the example link you gave above, if I switch the $link= then I get a broken link, simply as this:
Also please note that the “news_subdirectory” is a subdirectory site, and is not the main wordpress site, but is a secondary site of a multipress install. I hope that answers everything sir!
- This reply was modified 6 years, 9 months ago by Michael.
- Michael on June 24, 2016 at 3:17 pm in reply to: Suggestions "BuddyPress Notify Post Author on Blog Comment" and error notificat #4382
Hi everyone, I am sorry for posting on this post, I cannot seem to find my post I created. @sbrajesh I am not sure but I believe you are the creator of a plugin I use (just thinking this from seeing your responses here). It is the “BuddyPress Notify Post Author on Blog Comment” plugin.
It works great except for two things for me. I am using multisite, and when I have a new subdirectory site it does notify but not** with a working link for the users. It seems like a backend link. The comment ID is called perfectly in that link, but I need a blog-post link where the actual comment was made, then passed into the plugin link handler, instead of the link there.
Is there a simple way of doing this? Thank you for your work!
Edit in: The other thing is that my CPT’s don’t show in the activity stream, but I am not sure if the plugin does that.