Tweak Your Aspire – Case of missing “Embedded Comment Form”  

Posted by Jaideep Walia in , ,

About two days back, I received an email by one of my reader Javier Esteban González Andújar and user of “Aspire” template, pointing to the fact that the embedded comment form has stopped working. He is a writer and had won prize for his work under Short Story category (Congrats!!!). He posted the news of his winning on his blog  and was expecting Comments from his readers when he found out that the embedded comment form is not there.
So to make things right again especially for him….


When everything was right, this is what embedded comment form looked like

And this is what it looked like with no comment form.

Let’s make things right again.
Click Design => Edit HTML => Expand Widget Templates
edit
Then Search for the code:-
<iframe allowtransparency='true' class='blogger-iframe-colorize blogger-comment-from-post' frameborder='0' height='410' id='comment-editor' name='comment-editor' src='' width='100%'/>
This is what the code should look like around the searched code
 
<iframe allowtransparency='true' class='blogger-iframe-colorize 
blogger-comment-from-post' frameborder='0' height='410' 
id='comment-editor' name='comment-editor' src='' width='100%'/>
 
</b:if>
 
</div>
</b:includable>
<b:includable id='backlinkDeleteIcon' var='backlink'>
<span expr:class='&quot;item-control &quot; + data:backlink.adminClass'>
<a expr:href='data:backlink.deleteUrl' expr:title='data:top.deleteBacklinkMsg'>
 
 
Now ADD code so that the final code looks like
<iframe allowtransparency='true' class='blogger-iframe-colorize 
blogger-comment-from-post' frameborder='0' height='410' 
id='comment-editor' name='comment-editor' src='' width='100%'/>
 
</b:if>
 
 
<data:post.friendConnectJs/>
<data:post.cmtfpIframe/>
<script type='text/javascript'>
     
    BLOG_CMT_createIframe(&#39;<data:post.appRpcRelayPath/>&#39;, &#39;
    <data:post.communityId/>&#39;);
</script>
 
 
</div>
</b:includable>
<b:includable id='backlinkDeleteIcon' var='backlink'>
<span expr:class='&quot;item-control &quot; + data:backlink.adminClass'>
<a expr:href='data:backlink.deleteUrl' expr:title='data:top.deleteBacklinkMsg'>
 


And that’s it…. save the template and you will again see you embedded comments form.
Hope this will help you…..
And don’t forget to leave comment ;)

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4 comments

Hello Jaideep! Thanks for the post!! and for the congrats too!! :) Is good to see you back on your blog. I tried to use this solution on my blog, but nothing happened there. Maybe there is some difference between your blog and mine... I tweaked it so many times. Here the comment form is working just fine, no cuestion about it. Anyway I'll try again tomorrow and then I'll tell what happen. Regards. Javier

June 1, 2011 at 11:49 AM

I'm really glad you came back, I was concerned you abandoned this great blog.

I am also using an Aspire template (http://zamo.ca) and presently fighting a bug that causes my smaller columns to overflow the Post area when the article is too short. Is there a chance you will be publishing your mod for the single 2X spanning column or even the entire first part of the .xml? That would sure help those of us who took the template mod in the wrong direction..

June 1, 2011 at 8:55 PM

I tried again now, and some how it worked just fine!! Don't know what went wrong the other times... Thanks a lot!! :D :D

June 11, 2011 at 2:46 PM

I already added the code but still does not work, Please help, Mr.Jaideep

December 15, 2012 at 9:17 PM

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