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I was developing a special case for my client where I needed to filter the comment author link to add some more info in it.
In the XHTML callback, we can easily do it by filtering
get_comment_author_link(), but HTML5 callback, there isn't any filter to do so.
Can you please consider adding a filter there? Something like..
printf( '<span itemprop="name">%s</span> <span class="says">%s</span>', apply_filters( 'genesis_comment_author', $author), apply_filters( 'comment_author_says_text', __( 'says', 'genesis' ) ) );
at line# 301 of
/lib/structure/comments.php in next update or so?
Sorry if this is a wrong place to ask.
Abhik - I moved this ticket from Forum Bugs & Suggestions, because although it's a suggestion, that forum is just for suggestions about the forum, not for suggestions about the framework.
Any suggestions about Genesis itself should be submitted as a ticket, because then it will be read by the appropriate people - those people aren't usually here in the forum.
Many thanks Susan.
Since I am not a paid customer of Genesis, I'd love to be one of them soon (got the framework from a client who hopefully is a customer), I can not submit a ticket.
Would you please forward this to the right people?
Apparently, this forum thinks you are a spammer 🙁
I sent you the link to contact SP. Since I also included @studiopress in the tweet, I've given them the heads up.
Thanks once again, Yeah, I noticed that after replying you there.
I am sending a email to StudioPress and hopefully it will be read. 🙂
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