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  • Hello, I run a WordPress subscription site with pages that, while the subscriber level can view the pages, no comments options are visible at the bottom even though I have two boxes on that page checked. Allow pingbacks, and allow comments are both checked.

    I am lost as to why I’m not seeing the comments box as an admin, nor are the users/subscribers seeing it. Can you help?

    Thank you. I tried to search out this issue before posting, and was unable to find anything relevant to this issue.

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  • Here are my Discussion settings as well – activated are highlighted in bold text:

    Default article settings

    Attempt to notify any blogs linked to from the article (slows down posting.)
    Allow link notifications from other blogs (pingbacks and trackbacks.)
    Allow people to post comments on new articles
    (These settings may be overridden for individual articles.)
    Other comment settings
    Comment author must fill out name and e-mail
    Users must be registered and logged in to comment
    Automatically close comments on articles older than days
    Enable threaded (nested) comments 5 levels deep
    Break comments into pages with top level comments per page and the page displayed by default
    Comments should be displayed with the comments at the top of each page
    E-mail me whenever
    Anyone posts a comment
    A comment is held for moderation

    Before a comment appears
    An administrator must always approve the comment
    Comment author must have a previously approved comment



    Forum Moderator

    is the relavant code in the page tamplates?
    <?php comments_template(); ?>

    @alchymyth – someone else said it was single.php where this code should go, are you saying it should also be in page.php, and where in that file should it be placed?




    Forum Moderator

    @sean0913 was referring to ‘subscription site with pages’ – therefore my reply.
    as @sean0913 did not post again, i have no idea if that reply was helpful.

    yes, this code should be in single.php, and if you want to allow comments on pages, this code should also be in page.php or your page template.

    should be placed within the loop, usually it would be placed after the end of the post content.

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