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  • Resolved bearinbarn


    using Elementor editor (Twenty Twenty-Two Theme).
    When creating Blog Post – Post Comment section, there is only one option to set up – Theme Skin. I have tried several other Themes (I do not care which to use), nothing has changed a bit, fonts, layout, colors, margin, padding, Submit button….nothing. I have also tried to install Plugin – Happy Addons – using their Post Comment Widget. Still the same problem, nothing can be designed.
    Trying to solve this for couple of months already….does anyone have the same problem or rather a solution?
    Thank you

    Elementor Post Comment –
    Happy addons Post Comment –
    This is the design I want –

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  • Moderator t-p


    I recommend asking at so its developers and support community can help you with this.



    Hello, I also have a problem with the post comments design. It looks very plain and boring. I have tried to change the theme skin but it did not work. I have found some resources that might help:

    • Documentation – This site has a lot of documentation on how to use WordPress, including how to use the editor and the blocks to customize your site.
    • List Category Posts Or Recent Posts – This plugin allows you to display a list of posts or pages from a specific category or tag, with different layouts and designs.
    • WordPress Theme Support – This site has some information on how to choose and customize a theme for your site.

    I hope this helps. 
    Best regards, Hanna from [link back to site deleted]

    • This reply was modified 1 month ago by t-p.
    Moderator t-p


    Side note to @hannajor
    Please don’t sign your posts, because we can see who you are via your name and avatar. See

    Also, do not include a link back to your site along with your signature.

    Thread Starter bearinbarn



    after many days I have found solution….
    This part was inherited from Jetpack. The Post Comment button was inserted as a picture and it was impossible to change it even with Custom CSS code…..
    I had to disable the Jetpack Modules for Post Comments, Contact Form, Comment likes etc….

    I hope somebody will find this useful in the future

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