I’ve written about threading comments from one WordPress website to another before. I’ve long suspected this type of thing could be done with Twitter, but never really bothered with it or necessarily needed to do it, though I’ve often seen cases where others might have wanted to do this.
I feel that I have done something wrong, but my facepiles have been turned into names.
I thought this was somehow related to GDPR and have finally gotten to lifting the hood, but there is nothing there? Have I missed something? Is it being broken by something else? I have ticked the various types in Settings>Discussion. Disabled Jetpacked based comments.
I am wondering if something occured by moving webmentions out of Discussion
And into IndieWeb plugin settings?
I am sure that it is just me.
I really like this idea Eddie. I guess it builds on the idea of creating custom web actions
? I am not sure I would necessarily know where to start but interpreted that it is in part built around information in the URL
. I currently use Tinyletter and haven’t explored MailChimp completely, but is this solution built into the template or your original posts?
Look forward to following your journey.
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Yes RSS readers are archaic, eh? But to me it is a more manageable way to scan the comment activity than a punch of post-like things.
I was wondering how I was meant to facilitate a threaded comment. Wondering Chris, is that with the Threaded Comment plugin? I remember seeing it listed as ‘optional’. Can’t remember if I installed it.
I still want to know how to bake more code into my responses/posts etc. Is it something that you handcraft or put into the theme?
I remember when I thought I had my head around WordPress and blogging. Then I found the IndieWeb and realised I had sold myself a lie.
This is a great post Bob. Engaging with parents is such a wicked educational problem. I remember developing a focus a few years ago as a part of my Google Certified Educator experience:
How Might We ENGAGE PARENTS in a CULTURAL SHIFT to make RELATIONSHIPS and CONNECTIONS the focus of learning?
What I learnt from the experience is that it is not as simple as just inviting parents in. I developed the eBox
blog as a way of engaging, however it never really took. Since then applications like Seesaw have really opened up this space.