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CommentPress breaks up content into a commentable form in two ways: by default, it splits according to paragraph breaks and lists (
<ul> ). WordPress automatically inserts paragraph tags into your document when it detects two line breaks. This works well for most texts.
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You can also split content by using a ‘quicktag’ separator in the text (
<--commentblock-->). The HTML and Rich-text Editors in WordPress both have a ‘commentblock’ button to help you do this should you choose this method. Please note: you can use either splitting method on a page, but not both.
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- Lets go ahead and
- Test whether we get
- Comment icons on
- An unordered list
¶ 5 Leave a comment on paragraph 5 5 We realize that when you reorganize things in this way the term “paragraph” begins to get a bit wobbly. We thought of calling them “lexias” (units of reading) but that seemed a little too obscure. Let us know if you have any other ideas.
¶ 6 Leave a comment on paragraph 6 0 Please note: headings and other more elaborate formatting will not be picked up as a text block on which comments can be left. Part of the reason for this is the way a text block is represented — headings often do not have enough content to distinguish one from another. We would appreciate feedback on which tags would be most useful to make commentable.
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If you want to make video and Flash embeds and images commentable, then wrap them in a paragraph. If you want Flash embeds to scroll nicely under the header, don’t forget to add the
<param name="wmode" value="opaque" /> parameter. For example:
¶ 10 Leave a comment on paragraph 10 0 Paragraph links: you can link to a particular paragraph in the same document by copying the adjoining speech bubble’s link and then add the ‘cp_para_link’ class to make it scroll nicely. Links to other pages work just the same.
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