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[Resolved] [Theme: Responsive] How Do I Remove Commenting Ability From the Below Page?

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  • Emil Uzelac

    @emiluzelac

    Theme Review Admin

    Thanks, I already did that. That’s why I’m not understanding how there can be a comment section in the Reunion Details section and not the RSVP section. Thoughts? Thanks again!

    Emil Uzelac

    @emiluzelac

    Theme Review Admin

    WordPress has two parts where comments can be disabled (turned off) on is in above link (what you knew about) and second one is under each post/page. If (when WP is setup) we had comments open and created new pages/post under “open posts” settings any page/post will be open for comments.

    You will need to turn them off as well 🙂

    Emil

    anubhav_r

    @anubhav_r

    Emil.

    Sorry. I still dont get it. I still have the comments box at the bottom of each of my pages. I want to get rid of it altogether. Can you tell me how I can remove the “leave a reply box” all together from some or all of the pages in the responsive theme?

    see: http://www.vkelectric.com/?page_id=2

    –Anubhav

    Emil Uzelac

    @emiluzelac

    Theme Review Admin

    Just close the comments that’s all, it’s described on the links above and you can see more details here as well: http://themeid.com/forum/post/12860/#p12860

    Thanks,
    Emil

    anubhav_r

    @anubhav_r

    Got it.

    I just commented out the comments = true code in the full page width (no sidebar) page template file in the editor:

    I changed this
    <?php comments_template( ”, true ); ?>
    to
    <?php //comments_template( ”, true ); ?>

    Emil Uzelac

    @emiluzelac

    Theme Review Admin

    Don’t do that, it’s not really necessary, just follow the link above and close the comments, not only that this would be easier, but also the proper way.

    Please note when you edit the Theme in any way and if you’re not using a Child Theme, anything you change in parent Theme will be deleted as soon as you update the Theme.

    See:
    http://themeid.com/forum/topic/505/child-theme-example/
    http://themeid.com/forum/topic/2322/theme-updates/

    Thanks,
    Emil

    anubhav_r

    @anubhav_r

    Emil.

    I cant understand “closing” the comments from the links above. I dont see any option to close the comments either in the screen options for my page, where comments are already unchecked, or in the discussion section, which seems focussed on blogs and not pages.

    I think I need more help.

    –Anubhav

    Emil Uzelac

    @emiluzelac

    Theme Review Admin

    On individual posts/pages http://cl.ly/0J3y0h0X22151B2p2k0Y

    and if you wish to close this from future posts/pages do this: http://wordpress.tv/2009/01/05/setting-your-discussion-settings/ video will describe into details 🙂

    Thanks,
    Emil

    anubhav_r

    @anubhav_r

    Strange.. since I have 0 comments, I dont get an option to disallow comments in the comments box as shown here.
    http://cl.ly/0J3y0h0X22151B2p2k0Y

    anubhav_r

    @anubhav_r

    I figured it out. I was getting confused between comments and discussions. I needed to enable discussions in the screen options and then turn these options off.

    Thanks.

    –Anubhav

    I was updating text in a page today and after I updated, ALL my pages now have the “Leave a reply” form at the bottom of each page. On the discussion options within page editing both “Allow comments” and “Allow trackbacks and pingbacks on this page” are not checked. Why did the commenting form suddenly appear in all my pages?

    http://www.hydro.vwrrc.vt.edu

    Thanks!

    And all my comments throughout my entire site disappeared??

    Emil Uzelac

    @emiluzelac

    Theme Review Admin

    Hi,

    It’s hard to say what happened, however you can check this individually or in discussion settings.

    In either case this would not appear/disappear on its own 😉

    Thanks,
    Emil

    Emil,

    Thanks for such an immediate response and for your all effort on supporting WP and your theme.

    I think the problem was a plugin. I had just updated the Facebook plugin when it happened, but didn’t put 2 and 2 together. I deactivated the plugin and everything is working like it used to.

    Again…Thanks,
    Kevin

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