[wp-hackers] Comments Database
shorty114 at shorty114.net
Fri Aug 18 00:51:54 GMT 2006
You could easily modify the latest comments plugin to skip any comments
posted on that page, by checking the comment's page ID to the Shout Outs
On 8/17/06, trd at ntsshow.com <trd at ntsshow.com> wrote:
> Okay, this is what I have done. I copied my themes page.php and renamed
> it page2.php. I then opened the Admin Panel in WP and chose "Write
> Page" titled it "Shout Outs" then used the dropdown menu on the side to
> select the page2.php template.
> The problem is that any comments on my "Shout Outs" page are stored in
> the default wp-comments database. I have a "Recent Comments" plugin
> that reads any comments in the wp-comments database and posts them to
> a certian page in my main WP site. I don't want the comments posted on
> the "Shout Outs" page to be included. So that is why I created the second
> database wp-comments2. I just can't get the page2.php to store the
> comments there.
> On 17 Aug 2006 at 14:21, Justin Moore wrote:
> > On 8/17/06, R.J. Kaplan <just.be.happy at gmail.com> wrote:
> > > create an empty static page, and use it's comment feature...
> > This is what I was thinking would be the easiest solution. If you
> > don't want comments appearing on ALL your Pages, you can create a copy
> > of your theme's page.php and name it something like shoutout.php and
> > use that as the template page.
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