render_block_core_post_comments() – Renders the `core/post-comments` block on the server.

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Description

Renders the core/post-comments block on the server.

Usage

$string = render_block_core_post_comments( $attributes, $content, $block );

Parameters

$attributes
( array ) required – Block attributes.
$content
( string ) required – Block default content.
$block
( WP_Block ) required – Block instance.

Returns

string Returns the filtered post comments for the current post wrapped inside "p" tags.

Source

File name: wordpress/wp-includes/blocks/post-comments.php


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function render_block_core_post_comments( $attributes, $content, $block ) {
  global $post;

  $post_id = $block->context['postId'];
  if ( ! isset( $post_id ) ) {
    return '';
  }

  $comment_args = array(
    'post_id' => $post_id,
    'count'   => true,
  );
  // Return early if there are no comments and comments are closed.
  if ( ! comments_open( $post_id ) && get_comments( $comment_args ) === 0 ) {
    return '';
  }

  $post_before = $post;
  $post        = get_post( $post_id );
  setup_postdata( $post );

  ob_start();
  // There's a deprecation warning generated by WP Core.
  // Ideally this deprecation is removed from Core.
  // In the meantime, this removes it from the output.
  add_filter( 'deprecated_file_trigger_error', '__return_false' )  <;
  comments_template();
  remove_filter( 'deprecated_file_trigger_error', '__return_false' );
  $post = $post_before;

  $classes = '';
  if ( isset( $attributes['textAlign'] ) ) {
    $classes .= 'has-text-align-' . $attributes['textAlign'];
  }

  $wrapper_attributes = get_block_wrapper_attributes( array( 'class' => $classes ) );
  $output             = ob_get_clean();

  return sprintf( '<div %1$s>%2$s</div>', $wrapper_attributes, $output );
}
 

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