I have a multi-user site. When a new user registers, several nodes (such as gallery node, etc.) are automatically created for him/her.
There is a panel page for each user that displays a profile of its owner. The panel is composed of various view panes.
Very much like in other community sites, a visitor to the profile page will be able to leave comments (text + pictures.)
To that effect, and hoping this is the right approach, I am trying to include in the panel a comment form. Comment forms are attached to their respective nodes so that comments left on John's panel page do not show on Jack's panel page. Comments will be displayed under the form in a view. The view is obviously universal and the same for all panel pages.
Now, on to the comment form. There is a node, specially for comments, created at the time the user registers.
How do I include the comment form of that node in a panel context knowing that it has to be different for each user?
I see that a node context can be passed into the panel. However, it requires a node ID. So that limits it to one node. Does it support some kind of token so that a different node ID loads on different users pages? If so, how would I write it?
If i am using the wrong approach on this, how should I go about it?
Any idea anyone?
Thank you. :)