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[SOLVED] Error sending comment (FieldtypeComments)


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Hi all, I duplicated the FieldtypeComments module by adding it in site/modules to get the Uikit3 html output.

Problem: I can't post a comment.

Where am I doing wrong?

<?php echo $page->commenti->renderForm(); ?>

 

 

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