Support » Plugin: Events Manager » Comments Are Disabled

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  • yes, easiest way is to use css to hide the element.

    e.g. in your theme style.css add

    .comments_closed p {
     display: none;

    *you can use chrome Inspect Elements to get the css class or id name of the comments html element

    Plugin Author Marcus


    NetWebLogic Support

    another option is to copy your theme’s single.php or page.php file and name it single-event.php, then remove the code in there that shows a comments form.

    Thanks!!! I went in and removed the code!

    BTW, Love the Plugin!!! I’ve used it for several of my sites!!!

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