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Removing link from comment box

  • Avatar of Versipellis
    Versipellis
    Participant

    @versipellis

    I want to remove the previous and next links from the comment box I have in my events section. I would assume that I need to change something in my theme, I cannot disable the comment section as each page is generated and I’d have to manually do it each time.

    The links I was to remove are like:

    Leave a reply

    If someone can point me in the right direction I’d appreciate it.

    Kind Regards,

    Versi

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  • Avatar of Hugo
    Hugo
    Moderator

    @hnla

    This isn’t really a BuddyPress issue is it!

    What is this ‘Events’ Section? BP has no events component so,  presumably, you are referring to a plugin? Plugin queries ought to be addressed to the plugin author.

    One thing you might check is whether whatever this event thing is has a named page page-events.php or similar then you could edit out the code calling comments or disable comments on the page in the backend/dashboard.

    Avatar of Versipellis
    Versipellis
    Participant

    @versipellis

    Yes but the plugin simply creates pages, which is wordpress. I need to remove something from the theme, which makes it buddypress.

    If you create any page / post in wordpress you get the ‘leave a reply’ comments section, there are links to the previous and next post in that category (in this case, events) which I want to remove, so it is actually a theme question.

    Thanks for replying.

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    @mercime
    Keymaster

    @mercime

    @versipellis What’s the name of the plugin and what’s the name of the theme?

    Avatar of Versipellis
    Versipellis
    Participant

    @versipellis

    event-manager and the theme is custom but I just copied the default and changed some colours.

    Avatar of @modemlooper
    @modemlooper
    Moderator

    @modemlooper

    Is there a comments.php file?

    Avatar of Versipellis
    Versipellis
    Participant

    @versipellis

    Yes there is a comments.php file identical to the default theme I’ve not changed that at all.

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