comment_form


comment_form ( $args = array(), $post_id = null )

Parameters:
  • (array) args { Optional. Default arguments and form fields to override. @type array $fields { Default comment fields, filterable by default via the {@see 'comment_form_default_fields'} hook. @type string $author Comment author field HTML. @type string $email Comment author email field HTML. @type string $url Comment author URL field HTML. @type string $cookies Comment cookie opt-in field HTML. } @type string $comment_field The comment textarea field HTML. @type string $must_log_in HTML element for a 'must be logged in to comment' message. @type string $logged_in_as HTML element for a 'logged in as [user]' message. @type string $comment_notes_before HTML element for a message displayed before the comment fields if the user is not logged in. Default 'Your email address will not be published.'. @type string $comment_notes_after HTML element for a message displayed after the textarea field. @type string $action The comment form element action attribute. Default '/wp-comments-post.php'. @type string $id_form The comment form element id attribute. Default 'commentform'. @type string $id_submit The comment submit element id attribute. Default 'submit'. @type string $class_container The comment form container class attribute. Default 'comment-respond'. @type string $class_form The comment form element class attribute. Default 'comment-form'. @type string $class_submit The comment submit element class attribute. Default 'submit'. @type string $name_submit The comment submit element name attribute. Default 'submit'. @type string $title_reply The translatable 'reply' button label. Default 'Leave a Reply'. @type string $title_reply_to The translatable 'reply-to' button label. Default 'Leave a Reply to %s', where %s is the author of the comment being replied to. @type string $title_reply_before HTML displayed before the comment form title. Default: '<h3 id="reply-title" class="comment-reply-title">'. @type string $title_reply_after HTML displayed after the comment form title. Default: '</h3>'. @type string $cancel_reply_before HTML displayed before the cancel reply link. @type string $cancel_reply_after HTML displayed after the cancel reply link. @type string $cancel_reply_link The translatable 'cancel reply' button label. Default 'Cancel reply'. @type string $label_submit The translatable 'submit' button label. Default 'Post a comment'. @type string $submit_button HTML format for the Submit button. Default: '<input name="%1$s" type="submit" id="%2$s" class="%3$s" value="%4$s" />'. @type string $submit_field HTML format for the markup surrounding the Submit button and comment hidden fields. Default: '<p class="form-submit">%1$s %2$s</p>', where %1$s is the submit button markup and %2$s is the comment hidden fields. @type string $format The comment form format. Default 'xhtml'. Accepts 'xhtml', 'html5'. }
  • (int|WP_Post) post_id Post ID or WP_Post object to generate the form for. Default current post.
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Description

Outputs a complete commenting form for use within a template.Most strings and form fields may be controlled through the $args array passed into the function, while you may also choose to use the Array filter to modify the array of default fields if you'd just like to add a new one or remove a single field. All fields are also individually passed through a filter of the Array where $name is the key used in the array of fields.

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comment_author, meta_form, comments_rss, comment_time, comment_id

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