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wpForo 1.x.x [Closed] wpforo_like_button function and post.php for Extended layout

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 fawp
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I wanted to use the function wpforo_like_button on a custom post template.

I can see that the function works fine in the Threaded layout, but if I use the function on a post template derived from the Extended layout, it does not show the 'like count'.

 

Upon further examination, it seems that the template

/wpf-themes/classic/layouts/1/post.php

is missing the following statement

$post = wpforo_post($post['postid']);

which is present in line 24 of

/wpf-themes/classic/layouts/4/post.php

 

If I add the same statement to the template where it is missing, the wpforo_like_button then works as expected.

Question

By adding that statement it seems that some post array values that weren't loaded now are being loaded.

Was there a specific reason why that statement was missing for the Extended layout?

I would not want to have unforeseen consequences by adding it.

 

Thanks,

fawp

 

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Chris
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Hi @fawp,

The reason why that statement is missing is that those are different layouts and are developed, updated separate from each other.

 

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 fawp
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Posted by: @chris

Hi @fawp,

The reason why that statement is missing is that those are different layouts and are developed, updated separate from each other.

 

Thanks Chris, my question was, am I likely to encounter problems by adding it?

 

Chris
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@fawp,

I'm sorry, but a cant say that you won't have any issues, as I don't know how the customizations you did will respond on wpForo, It's like on your own risk to make code customizations.

 fawp
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@chris fair enough. Thanks Chris.