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  1. Hello everyone.. I have a question to delete comment based from user-id itself. I use PHP SDK to delete any comment to my facebook page and it was success as long as I specify the comment-id.. Below are my codes to delete a comment from comment-id $request = new FacebookRequest( $session, 'DELETE', '/{comment-id}' ); $response = $request->execute(); $graphObject = $response->getGraphObject(); Is it possible to delete comment based on user-id itself? I know that I just need to query the graph api to get the comment-id from A but each comment have different id`s so its hard to query the comment-id everytime.. For example: A, B, and C comment to my facebook post and I want to delete the comment where the user-id is from A? So, if the api scan and found out that A is commenting to my post, it will be deleted instead deleting B and C I really appreciate for any help from you guys.. Thanks
  2. foreach($text as $key => $value) { echo "test"; echo "value: " . $value . "<br />"; $tab=explode("\t", trim($value)); echo "<br />" . $tab[0] . $tab[$i1] . $tab[$i2] . $tab[$i3] . $tab[$i4] . $tab[$i5]. "<br />"; ... So this snippet is driving me mad. I'm trying to clean up some code that I've been working on in order to move on to the next segment. When I comment out the "echo value . $value" line, the whole thing 500's on me. I added in the echo test statement just to see if there was something weird going on with the open brace in the foreach statement. Does anyone have any idea why this would be acting this way. More code available upon request, but literally all I'm doing in between saves is adding a // in front of the word echo (I've tried at the very front of the line as well as directly in front of the e in echo with the same results). Thanks.
  3. Hey guys, thank you for taking the time to read this. Quick question, what would be the best way to store info like comments and profiles. to the database? or a .txt file? Before I used the .txt files for large data, what do you recommend? Thanks,
  4. Hi people. I'm creating a website that runs on php and mysql. I have a list page which grabs all the info on mysql and displays the content. once clicking on one of these it brings up a single page which lists more info on that specific item. what I want is to add a comments field(feedback / review or what ever you may wish to call it) underneath the info on the single page. The commenter does not need to be logged in but maybe use there facebook Id or something to stop spammers clogging up the page. what is the best way to do this? Will it be using another mysql field called review? or is there some other way of doing this? please can someone point me in the right direction for a tutorial (youtube preferably)? thanks for your help. Kev.
  5. Here is an image of my comment format: http://oi40.tinypic.com/8w07jt.jpg The hyperlink to each individual comment is the date and time with the url in the format of, for example: /nottingham/#comment-184 After going through my comment templates I found that these two functions do the following, get_comments_link : Retrieves the link to the current post comments AND comments_link: Displays the link to the current post comments The problem is I have no idea where to include these functions so it creates a hyperlink to every comment within every comment. Once this link has been created I'd also like to assign a div to it so I can format it to be in the bottom right corner of each comment. My final goal is to manipulate the link so rather than the comment link itself it will automatically work in the facebook.com/sharer.php which I feel I can do myself once I figure out the previous part. Essentially it will be a share on facebook button, but I have found no plugins which do this yet and thought describing it as a hyperlink would be an easier way to explain what I'm trying to do. Elsewhere I've been told the following: but not sure how to implement this... I hope I've made the question clear, please ask if I haven't. Thanks in advance!
  6. Hi, I'm creating a blog here: http://test4.neshayasmin.com/ The theme I've used has the comment link at the top of the post, beneath the post title. I want to move it to the post footer on the left. But my knowledge of php isn't too good so I'm not sure what php file to look in for the code snippet of the comment link, or what the code looks like. Any help would be appreciated.
  7. I am currently using the plugin WP-CommentNavi for comments pagination but whenever a page is clicked it goes to the highest comments page (oldest comments). My comments are purposely displayed newest first and therefore I need the default pagination page to be 1 whenever a link is clicked. I notice there is the same default for other pagination plugins too whereby the highest pagination page (ie if there are 5 pages) page 5 is displayed. At the moment when I load page tellhi####.com/newcastle the page that will be loaded is tellhi####.com/newcastle/comment-page-2/ whereas I want tellhi####.com/newcastle/comment-page-1/ to be loaded I can't be sure this is the relevant code to what I am trying to achieve but I feel the answer might lie in here (below). If not, please tell me and disregard this code. ### Function: Comment Navigation: Boxed Style Paging function wp_commentnavi($before = '', $after = '') { global $wp_query; $comments_per_page = intval(get_query_var('comments_per_page')); $paged = intval(get_query_var('cpage')); $commentnavi_options = get_option('commentnavi_options'); $numcomments = intval($wp_query->comment_count); $max_page = intval($wp_query->max_num_comment_pages); if(empty($paged) || $paged == 0) { $paged = 1; } $pages_to_show = intval($commentnavi_options['num_pages']); $pages_to_show_minus_1 = $pages_to_show-1; $half_page_start = floor($pages_to_show_minus_1/2); $half_page_end = ceil($pages_to_show_minus_1/2); $start_page = $paged - $half_page_start; if($start_page <= 0) { $start_page = 1; } $end_page = $paged + $half_page_end; if(($end_page - $start_page) != $pages_to_show_minus_1) { $end_page = $start_page + $pages_to_show_minus_1; } if($end_page > $max_page) { $start_page = $max_page - $pages_to_show_minus_1; $end_page = $max_page; } if($start_page <= 0) { $start_page = 1; } if($max_page > 1 || intval($commentnavi_options['always_show']) == 1) { $pages_text = str_replace("%CURRENT_PAGE%", number_format_i18n($paged), $commentnavi_options['pages_text']); $pages_text = str_replace("%TOTAL_PAGES%", number_format_i18n($max_page), $pages_text); echo $before.'<div class="wp-commentnavi">'."\n"; switch(intval($commentnavi_options['style'])) { case 1: if(!empty($pages_text)) { echo '<span class="pages">'.$pages_text.'</span>'; } if ($start_page >= 2 && $pages_to_show < $max_page) { $first_page_text = str_replace("%TOTAL_PAGES%", number_format_i18n($max_page), $commentnavi_options['first_text']); echo '<a href="'.clean_url(get_comments_pagenum_link()).'" class="first" title="'.$first_page_text.'">'.$first_page_text.'</a>'; if(!empty($commentnavi_options['dotleft_text'])) { echo '<span class="extend">'.$commentnavi_options['dotleft_text'].'</span>'; } } previous_comments_link($commentnavi_options['prev_text']); for($i = $start_page; $i <= $end_page; $i++) { if($i == $paged) { $current_page_text = str_replace("%PAGE_NUMBER%", number_format_i18n($i), $commentnavi_options['current_text']); echo '<span class="current">'.$current_page_text.'</span>'; } else { $page_text = str_replace("%PAGE_NUMBER%", number_format_i18n($i), $commentnavi_options['page_text']); echo '<a href="'.clean_url(get_comments_pagenum_link($i)).'" class="page" title="'.$page_text.'">'.$page_text.'</a>'; } } next_comments_link($commentnavi_options['next_text'], $max_page); if ($end_page < $max_page) { if(!empty($commentnavi_options['dotright_text'])) { echo '<span class="extend">'.$commentnavi_options['dotright_text'].'</span>'; } $last_page_text = str_replace("%TOTAL_PAGES%", number_format_i18n($max_page), $commentnavi_options['last_text']); echo '<a href="'.clean_url(get_comments_pagenum_link($max_page)).'" class="last" title="'.$last_page_text.'">'.$last_page_text.'</a>'; } break; case 2; echo '<form action="'.admin_url('admin.php?page='.plugin_basename(__FILE__)).'" method="get">'."\n"; echo '<select size="1" onchange="document.location.href = this.options[this.selectedIndex].value;">'."\n"; for($i = 1; $i <= $max_page; $i++) { $page_num = $i; if($page_num == 1) { $page_num = 0; } if($i == $paged) { $current_page_text = str_replace("%PAGE_NUMBER%", number_format_i18n($i), $commentnavi_options['current_text']); echo '<option value="'.clean_url(get_comments_pagenum_link($page_num)).'" selected="selected" class="current">'.$current_page_text."</option>\n"; } else { $page_text = str_replace("%PAGE_NUMBER%", number_format_i18n($i), $commentnavi_options['page_text']); echo '<option value="'.clean_url(get_comments_pagenum_link($page_num)).'">'.$page_text."</option>\n"; } } echo "</select>\n"; echo "</form>\n"; break; } echo '</div>'.$after."\n"; } } In short I need, anytime a page is clicked, for the comments pagination to be on page 1, not the highest page available. Just so you know I have tried the discussion settings on the wordpress dashboard. Nothing on google either! Failing a full answer, does anyone know the actual php code that determines what pagination page is loaded by default? I received this response via an e-mail but due to my PHP knowledge am unable to implement it, any ideas? ... Just reverse the loop. That'll fix it. Here's the relevant part: http://pastie.org/8166399 You need to go back, i.e. use $i-- Hope I have been clear in my question! Thanks in advance, Paul
  8. Hi Can any of you recommend an easy to install and modern comment feature that I can add for a static web page? Ideally without a database needing to be installed.
  9. As long as it's SQL injection proof, would it be alright for me to let non-members add comments to a post and give the Author the ability to delete them?
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