Moving comment form to top of page
I have been browsing the files to figure out how to move the form from the bottom of the post to the top of the post.
For many of my users, it is not intuitive to have the comment form at the bottom of the page after they have clicked on the << be first to comment>> Link. Although the link works the page they come to has the same post as if it just reloads the same page. Many friends that have checked the site for me have asked how to comment because the could not find the form not thinking to scroll down to the bottom of the page.
Modular code is best, but leaves something to be desired for those unfamiliar with naming convention, or what does what, just to many files to look in, and I am getting lost. I don’t know if I need to look in the style folder or the many system folders. I don’t know if the comments.php is called from a template of if I am just failing to understand the calls.
What template/file defines the page used to make comments?
What call or function do I need to move under the form to get the post under the form.
Is there a file on the wordpress docs that tell me what each file does? or does one just have to poke around until they find a line of code that turns on the light.
I am using the simple-la-bob-10 template on my site, in case this is where the problem lies.
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