Adding comments to eNotebook entries

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You can add comments to a Entry and respond to other comments added to a Entry. You can format the comment in the same way that you format a Entry, see Formatting an eNotebook entry. You can also add comments to images in your Entries, see Adding comments to images.

To comment on a Entry:

  1. Locate the Entry to which you want to add a comment.
  2. Click the title of the Entry or Comments at the end of the Entry to display the Entry page.
  3. Navigate to the Add comment to Post section at the bottom of the Entry.
  4. (Optional) Change the Title of the comment.
  5. Enter the Text for your comment and format as required.
  6. Click Submit to save the comment. The comment is added below the Entry.

Amending a comment

You can edit comments that you make if you decide to change or include additional content. To amend a comment:

  1. Locate the comment that you want to change.
  2. Click Edit Comment.
  3. Make the change to your comment Title or Text.
  4. Enter a Reason For Edit
  5. Click Save to save the changes to your comment.

Adding a link to a data file in a comment

You can not upload images or other files to a comment, but you can link to a data file that has already been uploaded to the Trove. Each uploaded file is assigned a unique numeric code, for example, 688. You can type the unique code in data markup to create a link to that data file within your comment. For example, to create a link to a file with the unique code 688, you would type the following into your comment at the appropriate location:

[data]688[/data]

To find the unique code for a data file:

  1. Click on the data file to open the file in the browser.
  2. Record the value shown in the title bar for the new window.
  3. The unique code for the data file is the number part of the name of the html file. For example, if the title of the window is displayed as http://yourblog/data/files/27654.html, the unique code for the data file is 27654.
You would therefore enter the following text in your Entry to create a link to that data file:
[data]27654[/data]

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