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  • #5512

    cfb1972
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    Is there possible to switch the comments ON/OFF on specific pages? I want only some pages to support comments. Can this be done in WordPress?

    #5513

    anitac
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    Yes, you can set a default in the Genesis Settings and you can also set them per page/post on each of the pages/posts. If you don’t see it on the page/post – scroll up to the Support tab – top right corner – and make sure the Discussion has a checkmark in the box. You may not have all the settings turned on.


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    #5520

    cfb1972
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    It doesn’t work like that. Once you’ve disabled comments in Genesis>Theme settings you cannot overwrite on a page basis. You even have the comments enabled or disabled and this is dictated by Genesis. I was wondering if there is a way to overwrite that setting…

    #5528

    anitac
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    I beg to differ with you. I do it all the time and I am looking at my own screen. I just performed it the very steps I gave you. I hope you find the solution you are looking for.


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    #5694

    cfb1972
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    Yeas, you are right! I was checking the feature on a site that is on maintenance mode. It seems that on a live site you are right, you can enable and disable the comments form on particular pages.

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