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Hello, I'm using Magazine Pro on a membership site.
I'm using the Sensei plugin to generate the custom posts types which are "lessons" and "courses" and WishList Member to protect the content.
It's possible to leave comments on these pages (Custom Post Types) and you can see them on the WordPress backend but you can't see them on the site.
When I change the theme to Twenty Twelve you can see the comments.
Here is an example of a page where you can leave a comment but you can't see it. http://learn.robcubbon.com/lesson/introduction-to-running-a-web-design-business/
I've just heard back from Sensei:
Sounds like you'd need to include the comments output in the wrapper templates for your Genesis theme. You may need to get help from Genesis support to find the exact code you need to include in your wrapper templates, according to the method described [here] http://docs.woothemes.com/document/sensei-theming/#section-15
Hello, very nice thread talking about my problem. In the past, 3 years ago, that's worked for me with Genesis + Sensei 1.8, but now I updated to Sensei 1.9.19 and the problem with the comments come back again. Do you know any fix about that?
Thanks in advance, I appreciate any workaround to fix that!
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