Forum Replies Created
Actually, it’s already there, the timestamp is the link:
[Name of member] replied to the topic [Topic title] in the forum [Forum tile]
x minutes/hours ago[link to post comment]
Just changed the CSS to make it underlined and link-colored, so people know to click on it.
Does anyone have a solution to this?
I see that if the post is long enough, there is a Read More link that goes directly to the specific comment number #.
It would be great if either the [Topic title] link could go to the specific post or a [View comment] link be added so that users can click and be taken directly to the specific post, instead of the challenge of looking for a needle in a haystack.
@jrevillini Thanks so much! I’ve just tried your solution. As you say, adding that filter using Code Snippets plugin worked. Whereas adding that code to child theme functions.php didn’t work…I wonder why?
Thank you for your reply! I realized that after deleting them that the backslashes were actually meant to be there in the database….Oops!
I have now stopped deleting them, hopefully it won’t cause any issues for the ones that are deleted.
The problem with backslash is ongoing. After re-adding that code, it seems to be a little less, though it could just be part of the randomness of it.
The activity I refer to is just the standard activity on the /activity page. Seemingly at random, the filters do not apply and the backslash is visible on the front end for some posts. Currently now it’s only happening for update posts and posts on other person’s wall.
As such, not sure how to go about troubleshooting this.
I was able to edit the template file itself and put the code there.
Topic closed 🙂
My mistake, it was there in the plugin .pot file.
All good here, nothing to see 🙂