I've just installed the Comments Extension into a new Radiant application. It appears to work, except that every request I make adds an additional link to 'enable' comments on the page listing page. After 15 requests, there's 15 links. Restarting the server corrects this. Where can I find where the extension adds the overlay to the admin pages? Regards, Josh
on 2008-07-14 13:00
on 2008-07-14 13:13
This is a bug in 0.6.7 that occurs when run in development mode. If you run it in production mode it will go away, or if you freeze to the edge that should also take care of it.
on 2008-07-14 13:18
Embarrassing for me. I've subscribed to this mailing list for several months now and seen people talk about this known bug, but never read them since I didn't have an issue. Lesson learned by me, then. Thanks Jim. Regards, Josh
on 2009-03-03 01:03
What did happen when you submitted the comment? Did you get an error? Typical, it will show your comment and say that it's awaiting approval. In the comments tab in the admin you can then see and approve the comment. In your case it's a little unclear what you did or what results you got.
on 2009-03-03 09:23
There is no error and it does not show up in the comments tab waiting for approval. When I clicked on save comment my browser pulls up me http://localhost:3000/comments, however since I have not added any content to that page it comes up blank. I'm guessing there is something that needs to be added there. I have also look in the comments table which is blank. On Sun, Mar 1, 2009 at 11:00 PM, Steven Southard
on 2009-03-03 10:26
Bryce Klimoski wrote: > There is no error and it does not show up in the comments tab waiting > for approval. When I clicked on save comment my browser pulls up me > http://localhost:3000/comments, however since I have not added any > content to that page it comes up blank. I'm guessing there is > something that needs to be added there. I have also look in the > comments table which is blank. > > HI I'm sorry I can't directly help with your problem here, but just to be clear, did you follow the instructions about using the Comments extension as given in the wiki page about using Radiant as a blog? http://wiki.radiantcms.org/Using_Radiant_as_a_Blog Cheers, Mohit. 3/3/2009 | 12:23 AM.
on 2009-03-03 11:18
Thanks for the link I'll take a closer look at it when I get home from work.
on 2009-03-03 11:46
Bryce Klimoski wrote: > following problem(s). > with a 404 error for /comments. So I created that page and repeated > my test. Page came up fine, however the comment did not save in the > database. What am I missing here? Is there a tag I need to add the > /comments page for it to save them? > Hi Bryce Did you run the migration? Cheers, Mohit. 3/3/2009 | 1:43 AM.
on 2009-03-03 19:41
I ran both the update and migrate tasks.. rake radiant:extensions:comments:update rake radiant:extensions:comments:migrate I did not see an error occur with either one of them. I also took a look at the url you sent earlier http://wiki.radiantcms.org/Using_Radiant_as_a_Blog and the only thing I have not done is enable Akismet, which I understand to be optional (I will be doing once I get into production). Thanks, Bryce
on 2009-03-03 23:33
After looking at the code I figured out what I was doing wrong and got it working. It seems the Comments Extension does not like it when you attempt to post comments from the home page of the site. I do have one small question is there a way for me to skip the approval process? I'd rather they just be approved. I suppose I can edit the extension, however I was just hopping that was not necessary. Thanks, Bryce
on 2009-04-13 02:59
Bryce Klimoski wrote: > After looking at the code I figured out what I was doing wrong and got > it > working. It seems the Comments Extension does not like it when you > attempt > to post comments from the home page of the site. > > I do have one small question is there a way for me to skip the approval > process? I'd rather they just be approved. I suppose I can edit the > extension, however I was just hopping that was not necessary. > > Thanks, > Bryce I think using Akismet will automatically approve the comment.
on 2009-05-15 15:33
This is a bug in the extension. It submits comments to the_page_url/comments and sets up routes to catch that and send it to the comments controller. We'll need to make an exception for the home page and perhaps create a custom route for it. Are you really accepting comments on your home page, or are you accepting comments on content listed on the homepage but actually saved in another location? It's possible that you might need to alter your radius code if that is the case. On May 14, 2009, at 4:18 PM, Rafael Souza wrote: > Anyone know how I fix it? > > Thanks Jim Gay http://www.saturnflyer.com
on 2009-05-15 16:18
The home comments was only for test, the blog comments works fine now! =] One more doubt, how can I turn the comments moderated? For show in page only after approved? Thanks Jim, helped me a lot!
on 2009-05-15 17:24
I saw the code and I think that, to make the comments unapproved for default, the way is to comment the line seven of comment.rb model: "#before_save :auto_approve" Can someone tells me if this is the best way? Thanks, Rafael Souza
on 2009-06-04 03:10
Here is the hack I put in to bypass approvals... in comments_controller.rb In the def create add this line.. comment.approved_at = Time.now it creates the comment with a time stamp, which indicates approval. I get a deep error when I try to us mollom... I would like to use it, but my customer is screaming that they have to have these comments working.. Radiant Comments automatic approval