We have previously looked at the method renderComments(), a method for outputting full comments for a Blog Post. In this lesson we briefly look at findComments(), a helper method used internally by its sister method findRecentComments() which we will address in the next lesson.
<?php /** * Find comments from the given selector string * * Used internally in this class * * @access public * @param string $selector * @return $comments CommentArray * */ public function findComments($selector)
The method accepts one argument, $selector which needs to be a string. Given a selector string, the method findComments() will find Blog comments according to that selector. The method does not output any markup but returns a CommentsArray. In
We have briefly looked at the small helper method findComments($selector). This method is internally used by the method findRecentComments() to return an array of a limited number of recent Blog Comments.