Carma comments form

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CARMA Template Functions
carma_actor_photo_name
carma_comments_display
carma_comments_form
carma_count
carma_favorite
carma_gal_custom
carma_get_extended
carma_list
carma_list_favorites
carma_list_gals
carma_list_third_party_content
carma_list_videos
carma_login_log
carma_most_viewed
carma_newest
carma_news
carma_poll
carma_retrieve_sections
carma_search
carma_actors_search
carma_show_gal
carma_show_video
carma_top_actors
carma_top_rated
carma_upcoming
print_page_numbers
Template Function Aliases
carma_comment_display
carma_display_comment
carma_display_comments
carma_extended
carma_extended_data
carma_get_extended_data
carma_list_all
Common Parameters
assign
assign_prefix
count
data_only
display_on_assign
start
tpl

carma_comments_form

Display a form for members to add comments about a content set.

Parameters

(Required parameters in bold)

Parameter Description Possible Values Default Value Example
galid add comments to this gallery Any valid gallery I.D. number None. galid="123"
tpl Display comments using this template Any valid template name comments_display (Display comments using the comments_display template) tpl="my_template"
assign_prefix Prefix output variables with this word. (Click link for details) Any valid Smarty variable name None. (No prefix is used) assign_prefix="myvar"
assign Name of the Smarty variable that stores the output Any valid Smarty variable name None. Output is displayed, not stored assign="my_var"
max The maximum number of comments a member may make in one period, described below. Any whole number greater than or equal to zero 5 max="7"
time the length of a period in seconds. Any whole number greater than or equal to zero 1800 time="600"
display_on_assign Display comments even when the assign parameter (above) is used 1 None If assign is used, no comments are displayed display_on_assign=1

Example

{carma_comments_form galid=2}

Output

Display the comments_form template so members can submit their comments about a specific content set.