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  • naomibuch
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    @naomibuch

    Bump, Anybody?…Please…lol


    naomibuch
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    @naomibuch

    BTW: I am using Newspaper – Theme version: 8.1
    WP version 4.8.3
    Buddypress Version 2.9.2


    naomibuch
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    @naomibuch

    You are too kind 🙂


    naomibuch
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    @naomibuch

    BTW: I am running:

    WP version 4.8.3
    Newspaper theme 8.1
    BuddyPress Version 2.9.2


    naomibuch
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    @naomibuch

    Hi Again,

    Disregard the previous post, I got it to work perfectly!! 🙂

    Thanks for all your help, is there a way that I can donate to you guys, for your hard work?


    naomibuch
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    @naomibuch

    Hi Again,

    That code snippet worked almost perfectly!!! But the comments button disappeared, after I posted a comment.

    I still want to see the comment button. After a user comment to a post, I want that comment button to be “Read Only” after update.

    Can you modify the code to where it’s read only after each unique user makes a comment, because the comment button counts the number of comments to each post, and I want the users to be able to view how many comments to each post, is that doable?

    Thanks a bunch.
    Naomi


    naomibuch
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    @naomibuch

    Hi Again,

    Should I give you access to my website? Or do you have a better understanding of the problem now?


    naomibuch
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    @naomibuch

    Hi Again,

    If I understand https://buddypress.org/support/topic/how-do-i-make-the-comment-button-read-only-in-the-activity-stream/#post-269197 correctly, you mean that users ought to be able to leave a single *top-level* reply to a given activity item, but they should be able to leave as many replies-to-comments as they want. Is that correct?

    Correct. That’s exactly what I want. Similar to Facebook.

    Thanks,

    Naomi


    naomibuch
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    @naomibuch

    Hi Boone,

    You said:

    I’m unclear on what’s happening here. You say that users “are not allowed to” leave a second comment on a post, but I guess what you mean is that you don’t *want* them to be able to do it?

    Correct, I am sorry if I were not clear, no I don’t *want* them to be able to make multiple comments to 1 post, only multiple replies.

    Thanks,

    Naomi


    naomibuch
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    @naomibuch

    Hi Boone,

    I uploaded an image to the link you provided, the file is called “Comment_Overlap”. I took a peek at the Twenty Sixteen theme this is exactly how I want my Activity Stream to flow and function.

    Please advise on what you think I am doing wrong.

    Thanks,
    Naomi


    naomibuch
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    @naomibuch

    Hi Again,

    This is a list of all my plugins:

    WP Mail SMTP
    WP Crontrol
    WP All Import Pro
    WordPress Mass Email to users
    WordPress Importer
    W3 Total Cache
    tagDiv Social Counter
    tagDiv Composer
    SiteOrigin Widgets Bundle
    Shortcodes Ultimate
    rtMedia for WordPress, BuddyPress and bbPress
    RSS Importer
    Remove Dashboard Access
    PushLive – Staging Site to Live Site in One Click
    Page Builder by SiteOrigin
    Newsletter
    Knowledge Base for Documents and FAQs
    Invite Anyone, by Boones 🙂
    iframe
    Hide This
    Hide Admin Bar
    Easy Affiliate Links
    Contact Form 7
    Buddypress Shortcodes
    Buddypress Friend of a Friend (FOAF)
    BuddyPress Follow
    BuddyPress Extended Friendship Request
    BuddyPress Edit Activity
    BuddyPress Block Activity Stream Types
    BuddyPress Activity ShortCode
    BuddyPress Activity Privacy
    BuddyPress Activity Filter
    BuddyPress Activity Autoloader
    BuddyPress
    BP Show Friends
    Amazon Auto Links
    All In One SEO Pack Pro
    Akismet Anti-Spam
    Advanced Profiles Plugin 2.0 for BuddyPress
    Activity Reactions For Buddypress


    naomibuch
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    @naomibuch

    Hi Boone,

    I deactivated all plugins like you suggested and the problem is still occurring with the comment input box overlaying the the reply area.

    It only happens when I have 1 comment or more, ideally once a user makes a comment, in a muti user web environment they can’t make any more comments. Only a new user who hasn’t made a comment can comment on a new post, think facebook type posts.

    See example below:

    User A = Josh
    User B = Nancy
    User C = Carol

    User A starts a post.
    User B make the first comment on User A post , User C replies to User B comment on User A post.

    Only 1 unique User can comment on a post one at at time, but they can reply multiple times within a post.

    Currently the Activity Stream (BuddyPress) doesn’t have this functionality built in, or is there is plugin that performs this functionality?

    The problem I am currently experiencing is that each unique user can make multiple comments on a single post. They should only have the capability to make 1 comment to each post.

    And when a user makes a second comment (which they are not allowed to do) that’s when the malfunction occurs and the input box overlaps the reply box.

    Thanks so much for your help in this matter.

    P.S. I am so thankful for you Boone and the original developers of BuddyPress for being here to support the community.

    Naomi


    naomibuch
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    @naomibuch

    Hi Boone,

    For some reason it’s not allowing me to edit my post, the changes are not appearing, so I am having to create separate posts!

    I always do my code editing in the Newspaper child theme (
    Newspaper 7 Child theme: Theme Functions (functions.php)

    The only other option I have is the edit Twenty Seventeen theme? But I have never used this theme for updating code, I always had success using the Newspaper child theme.

    Thanks,

    Naomi


    naomibuch
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    @naomibuch

    Hi Boone,

    BTW: I am using Newspaper – Theme version: 8.1
    WP version 4.8.3
    Buddypress Version 2.9.2

    I always do my code editing in the Newspaper child theme (
    Newspaper 7 Child theme: Theme Functions (functions.php)

    Thanks,

    Naomi


    naomibuch
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    @naomibuch

    Hi Boone,

    Thanks for getting back to me.

    I was unable to provide a screenshot of the issue, because there is no way to upload a screen shot of the image from my computer and the IMG link only shows a blank.

    Ideally, this is how I want the logic to work:

    If the comment button counter is set to 0, read only = false, I want the comment button to be editable for the user to make the first comment on a post.

    After the first comment is made, make the comment button read only = true. Not editable. Where users can only reply to replies on a post.

    Hope that makes more sense.

    Thanks,

    Naomi


    naomibuch
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    @naomibuch

    Comments Overlapping


    naomibuch
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    @naomibuch

    Hi Boone,

    Thanks for getting back to me, the css code you provided doesn’t work when I tested it. I think what I was trying to achieve required a direct modification to the code.

    After thorough testing I realized that some of the code I removed caused an impact on the ability to save a username in the compose box.

    After fine tuning the code module, I finally got it to work, I will share the revised cover-image-header.php file here.

    But please make a copy of the original cover-image-header.php file and save it to a text file before making any changes to the original cover-image-header.php file.

    This is where you can find the cover-image-header.php file: public_html/wp-content/plugins/buddypress/bp-templates/bp-legacy/buddypress/members/single/cover-image-header.php

    <?php
    /**
    * BuddyPress – Users Cover Image Header
    *
    * @package BuddyPress
    * @subpackage bp-legacy
    */

    ?>

    <?php

    /**
    * Fires before the display of a member’s header.
    *
    * @since 1.2.0
    */
    do_action( ‘bp_before_member_header’ ); ?>

    <div id=”cover-image-container”>
    “>

    <div id=”item-header-cover-image”>
    <div id=”item-header-avatar”>
    “>

    <?php bp_displayed_user_avatar( ‘type=full’ ); ?>


    </div><!– #item-header-avatar –>

    <div id=”item-header-content”>

    <?php if ( bp_is_active( ‘activity’ ) && bp_activity_do_mentions() ) : ?>
    <h2 class=”user-nicename”>@<?php bp_displayed_user_mentionname(); ?></h2>
    <?php endif; ?>

    <div id=”item-buttons”><?php

    /**
    * Fires in the member header actions section.
    *
    * @since 1.2.6
    */
    do_action( ‘bp_member_header_actions’ ); ?></div><!– #item-buttons –>

    <span class=”activity” data-livestamp=”<?php bp_core_iso8601_date( bp_get_user_last_activity( bp_displayed_user_id() ) ); ?>”><?php bp_last_activity( bp_displayed_user_id() ); ?></span>

    <?php

    /**
    * Fires before the display of the member’s header meta.
    *
    * @since 1.2.0
    */
    do_action( ‘bp_before_member_header_meta’ ); ?>

    <div id=”item-meta”>

    </div><!– #item-meta –>

    </div><!– #item-header-content –>

    </div><!– #item-header-cover-image –>
    </div><!– #cover-image-container –>

    <?php

    /**
    * Fires after the display of a member’s header.
    *
    * @since 1.2.0
    */
    do_action( ‘bp_after_member_header’ ); ?>

    <div id=”template-notices” role=”alert” aria-atomic=”true”>
    <?php

    /** This action is documented in bp-templates/bp-legacy/buddypress/activity/index.php */
    do_action( ‘template_notices’ ); ?>

    </div>


    naomibuch
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    @naomibuch

    I finally figured out how to remove the view link.

    I will just say I had to remove a lot of code from the “cover-image-header.php” file, through trial and error, without breaking my site.

    Cheers

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