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  • Hey Bojan

    Thanks for your wise advice. I’m aware that editing core files is a serious crime; however, it taught me a lot – and I promise not to do it again.


    Many thanks Bojan.

    I finally located the text at line 2264 of the comment-template.php file in the wp-includes folder.

    It was within the defaults array:

    $defaults = array(

    then go down to:

    ‘title_reply’ => __( ‘Leave a Comment’ ),

    The default had been ‘Leave a Reply’ So now I’m happy.

    I hope this helps someone else.

    I love the Simone theme, but have much to learn about its hidden power.

    Cheers from Australia

    I’ve fixed the problem and my web log is now working !!!
    Congratulations to all concerned for creating a great system – and in PHP so I can learn so much from the code.
    My Blog is at:
    My difficulties were due to my inexperience – first time I’ve used MySQL !!
    Your simple installation system made the process really easy.
    Thanks a million.

    Progress at last !!
    It seems I must have set up the database when I did the PHP tutorial exercise. I thought it existed before, but I must have assumed too much.
    Thinking this might be the case, I tried another installation of WordPress and it worked. I can see the tables in MySQL Control Center.
    However, I messed up the installation by accepting my web address without adding the directory “WordPress” where the WordPress files are located.
    *What is the web address of your WordPress installation? (We probably guessed it for you correctly.) *
    I accepted my basic web address. Should I have added: /wordpress
    What should I do now, please?
    Sorry for this long installation process, but I think I’m sorting out a lot of problems along the way – and I hope this helps others using which I have found to be an excellent web hosting service.

    The name of the MySQL server on my host is: MYSQLDB_52422
    I know the database is working because I used a PHP tutorial to set up a contacts table on it which I can see on MySQL Control Center.
    But when I try to go into the User Administration section of MySQL Control Center to check the user settings for my database at, I get an error message saying: You don’t have enough privileges to access this section
    Sorry, I’m lost again!!

    MySQL Control Center is showing me that there is a database, but no tables in it.
    I was under the impression that the WordPress install process would build the tables required for WordPress.
    This is my first attempt to use the MySQL database provided by my hosting service. In fact, it’s my first attempt to use MySQL.
    Perhaps I should leave WordPress alone for a while until I learn more about using MySQL on my hosting service.

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