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Removing WP comments from posts

Removing WP comments from posts

The ability for your website visitors to leave comments on your WordPress powered site can be managed easily and quickly through your WP administration dashboard.

You can optionally turn off all comments throughout your site by going to your WP dashboard -> Settings -> Discussion, but this tutorial will deal with disabling comments on a per post/page basis.

You can disable, than later enable the ability for your visitors to leave comments at any time, without losing any of the existing comments left on any given post.

Here are the steps to removing the comments area, have a look at the screenshot below as well:

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Recommended WordPress Plugins for 2011

Recommended WordPress Plugins for 2011

Community driven, open source development is one of the main advantages of WordPress. Millions of people are using it, and as such programmers actively develop and update very useful plugins, that can enhance a WordPress powered website.

What is a WordPress Plugin?

WordPress, by itself, is a Content Management System. It gets the job done safely, and is very stable, but the standard installation lacks unique, specific functions that some webmasters might require.

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Creating Category Listings in WordPress

Creating Category Listings in WordPress

Creating a category list for a post category, for example your news feed or your blog, is very is to carry out in WordPress. And MyBandTheme makes it just a bit better, by adding a professionally designed layout to your list of posts, as you can see on this demo site.

Creating such a listing of posts is literally a 2 step process. Before anything else though, you need to have already created a WordPress post category, and have at least 1 post in the given category.

Once you have your category set up, and have written at least one post assigned to that category, you’ll need to do the following:

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What is WordPress?

What is WordPress?

WordPress was first released on May 27, 2003, and is an open source Content Management System (CMS) powered by PHP and MySQL.

It was originally used mainly as a blogging platform, but has since evolved into the preferred website platform for some of the biggest companies and websites in the world. Approximately 13% of the 1,000,000 most visited websites use WordPress, giving it the largest share of all CMS’s.

WordPress is undergoing constant development and refinement, thanks to it’s huge coding community. Thousands of plugins, modules and widgets are freely available, all of which add to the overall value of WordPress as a content management system.

What makes WordPress so great?

  • Very easy to use, the easiest of all CMS’s
  • Loads of themes, plugins and extensions contributed by the WordPress community
  • Any type of website can be created with WordPress, from recipe sites, to complex membership sites, to music and band sites
  • Well structured code
  • Efficient use of SQL tables and queries for programmers
  • Language customization integrated

Installing WordPress is as simple as 3 clicks if you have a shared hosted server with Cpanel access. Shared hosting is a very affordable way of creating an online presence.

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