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Need Form and Comments Positioning Help in K2?

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Is there some way I can reposition the sp_comments form to load / show up just below the profile area in a K2 article?

See the images below to see what I mean:

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  • current-positioning.jpg
  • preferred-positioning.jpg

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More than a month ago #Permalink
No way. Sorry.

Matt Duncan

More than a month ago #Permalink
Can the comments be moved anywhere?

I use K2 as a mp3 podcast extension and the comment section displays before the audio player and Additional Info. Ideally I would like to move it all the way to the bottom below the Social Sharing icons. The way it is now it's not practical to display comments above the media.

It doesn't look bad right now because there are no comments... but if I had a bunch of comments, it would not be practical for the comments to be above the media player and Additional Info. See attached image below...


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More than a month ago #Permalink
You don't have to use sp comments. Load DISQUS manually. Instructions in attached file ;)

With this solution you can position disqus comments everywhere.

It could be very good extension if user could position comment box with standart triggers like "K2BeforeDisplay" etc. now it has very limited usage :(

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  • disqus.txt

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