If comments disallowed
The if_comments_disallowed tag is a conditional tag and always used as an opening and closing pair, like this…
<txp:if_comments_disallowed> …conditional statement… </txp:if_comments_disallowed>
The tag will execute the contained statements if comments are disallowed for a given article.
The if_comments_disallowed tag can be used in pages, and in article and comment forms. When used in a page template, it will test the article identified by the attribute for status and act, or not, according to that status. It will not pass the
id attribute to the contained statement, such as comments or comments_form; they must be added as attributes to the contained tag.
Although you can use an
id attribute in a comment form, the default behaviour (no attribute) will ensure consistency in comment/article matching when viewing an individual article.
This tag is mainly used in combination with if_comments_allowed.
This tag has no attributes of its own. It accepts only the global attributes .
Example 1: Give an indication of comments status
<txp:if_comments_allowed> <txp:comments_form /> </txp:if_comments_allowed> <txp:if_comments_disallowed> <p>Comments are turned off for this article.</p> </txp:if_comments_disallowed>
Comments for articles can be turned off or on at the author’s discretion for any article that is published; by using the following scheme in an article form, you can still have the on/off control over comments while also giving an indication of the comment status.
Example 2: List of comment links
<txp:if_comments_disallowed> <txp:comments form="lineitem" break="li" wraptag="ul" /> </txp:if_comments_disallowed>
And the form ‘lineitem’ (type: comment):
<txp:comment_permlink> <txp:comment_id /> </txp:comment_permlink>
Displays a list of links to comments for the current article, using the comment
id as text, but only if comments are currently not allowed.