I’m designing a site that should include a comments section on some post templates. Currently, the FSE (non-Cwicly) Comments block should fill that purpose beautifully, but it does nothing when included in a Cwicly template (at least with Gutenberg 13.6, which I need to craft custom content type templates).
I see that comments can be queried using the Cwicly Query block, but that doesn’t provide a comments form.
Is there any workaround here?
Whoops! I spoke to soon! I had to enable comments on my custom post type and individual posts to get this working.
The Gutenberg block works great!
Glad you got that sorted.
Have you checked our Comments possibilities? Might be overkill for your situation but useful in any case:
Also, you can set specific templates to individual posts with Cwicly
Okay, that’s pretty cool, I should have checked out your YT channel first. I only wish that you would provide a download for importing the result of these kinds of tutorials, cause that’s a lot of work .
Also, it seems to me that this method would exclude the ability to include extra protection that’s fairly rudimentary to include in the standard comments form, such as Google reCaptcha…