Please ensure your Quip is already working and running all nicely
- Check out this sweet code... modify your !Quip calls and add one jQuery function.
- Optional: the demo uses the best accordion script in the planet; tweak the code above to remove the dependency.
Normally when you hit the reply link, &replyResourceId=`75` will force the page to redirect to resource 75, causing a very nasty experience.
One ugly solution which worked for us in the past was to call resource 75 via AJAX on clicking reply.
Jesse Couch proposed a solution in the forum, but the implementation, though ingenious and working, has the potential of having HTML forms littered every which way; although these forms are hidden by an accordion script and created on the fly, it makes for a not smooth experience, in my opinion. I don't think a user needs to reply to multiple comments simultaneously.
Do what Wordpress has been doing, use one form for everything.
Keep &replyResourceId=`75` in case of whatnot, but alter the reply link.
Use jQuery's insertBefore to relocate the main form to a reply link whenever $this reply link is clicked. Enjoy!