I’m thinking that, just to show the concept and an implementation, I’m going to support creating dislike posts on my website.
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@c and ambivalence?…
@cn Those I already have as reads that I save privately in my database and don’t display like the others.
@c I currently use the ‘Like’ post kind with 👎
@mrkrndvs I considered doing that, but when searching the archive it makes it harder to separate the likes from the dislikes. Incidentally I noticed that your like feed has content, but appears to be empty: collect.readwriterespond.com/kind/like…
I’ve seen something like this before and there’s a possibility that somehow in your wp_postmeta database the meta_key field for them got changed from the standard “mf2_like-of”. Either this or you’ve manually changed the code in Post Kinds to something else and now your install isn’t finding the data as a result.
If it’s something worse, let @dshanske know.
@c theme based, fixed now thank