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crozer says

Hey,
I am finishing my comments.php and just noticed that my theme does not have a reply link on each comment. I started browsing and looking for any discrepancies within my comments.php file – when comparing it to the original file, I noticed mine does not have wp_list_comments.

However, I took the exact same comments.php as the one used by Jeffrey Way on his tutorial; so am I missing something? I have also enabled the threaded comments (3 levels deep) in my admin dashboard and I have added the code below to my header:

<?php if ( is_singular() AND comments_open() AND (get_option('thread_comments') == 1))
  wp_enqueue_script( 'comment-reply' );
wp_head(); ?>

So am I missing something? If I should post any additional info, please let me know! Thanks in advance :)
Chris

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crozer says

- sorry, I don’t really like to bump threads but I am really running out of time ;( Please?

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Ivor Envato team says
- sorry, I don’t really like to bump threads but I am really running out of time ;( Please?

You need to include the comment-reply.js script within your functions.php

http://bigredtin.com/behind-the-websites/including-wordpress-comment-reply-js/

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crozer says
- sorry, I don’t really like to bump threads but I am really running out of time ;( Please?

You need to include the comment-reply.js script within your functions.php

http://bigredtin.com/behind-the-websites/including-wordpress-comment-reply-js/

I have :(
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crozer says

Any ideas :S?

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crozer says
http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/comment_reply_link

Hey mate, I actually wanted to have a quick chat with you. I have added this code within my comments.php and the argument ‘reply_text’, so it looks like this:

<?php comment_reply_link('reply_text') ?>

Still, it doesn’t work :( Have I done anything wrong?

Thank you very much in advance.
Chris

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