How Can Wordpress Easily Provide A Voting and Commenting View For 5 Page Layout Possibilities?
November 23, 2009 9:50 PM   Subscribe

How can I allow anonymous users to access "Media" wordpress pages (ie a jpg image) so that it appears to anonymous users the same way as it appears to admins?

Right now, when I create a media item, I can view it as admin by going through the Media then clicking on view, eventually I end up at http://christian-filipina.com/blog/?attachment_id=31 which is a nice reduced version of the image (which can be clicked to appear large), and which has the nice feature that there is a place to leave comments at the bottom.

This is great - for administrators. But I want anonymous users to be able to look at 5 different, fairly similar images, and make comments on the pages separately. So I'd like for the anonymous users who navigate to http://christian-filipina.com/blog/?attachment_id=31 to find the same page the way it looks to admins. But when going to that URL as an anonymous user, I get "Sorry, no posts matched your criteria" instead of the image with comment form.

So, how can I enable this permission for anonymous users? If this is not possible, please rephrase the question as, "What is the best way to use Wordpress to get a bunch of anonymous people to vote on 5 different layouts and also to be able to comment on each of them separately, as I am trying to do at http://christian-filipina.com/blog/ ? (None of these are public URLs, please don't link to them.)

Do I need to create a page for each of those separate layouts and then use HTML to link to the variously-sized versions of the images?

Thanks very much.
posted by peter_meta_kbd to Computers & Internet (1 answer total)
 
FYI here is the answer:
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1792703/how-can-wordpress-easily-provide-a-voting-and-commenting-view-for-5-page-layout-p
posted by peter_meta_kbd at 1:43 PM on November 25, 2009


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