Builder Basic Settings: Comments

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The '''Comments Settings''' section helps customize options specific to the Builder theme. Most comments settings for your site are set in your WordPress settings on the '''Settings > Discussion''' page, but this section allows you to choose which content types should display comment counts, actual comments, the comment form, and "comments are closed" messages — either on media, pages or posts. You can also choose what should be displayed if comments have been disabled for a specific entry, such as "comments are closed" or a custom message in place of the comment entry form.
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== See also ==
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* [[Builder_Settings_Video_Overview|Video Overview]]
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* [[Builder_Basic_Settings|Builder Basic Settings]]
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** [[Builder_Basic_Settings:_Analytics_and_Javascript_Code|Analytics and Javascript Code]]
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** [[Builder_Basic_Settings:_Comments|Comments]]
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** [[Builder_Basic_Settings:_Favicon|Favicon]]
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** [[Builder_Basic_Settings:_Gallery_Shortcode|Gallery Shortcode]]
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** [[Builder_Basic_Settings:_Identify_Widget_Areas|Identify Widget Areas]]
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** [[Builder_Basic_Settings:_Menu_Builder|Menu Builder]]
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** [[Builder_Basic_Settings:_Theme_Features|Theme Features]]
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** [[Builder_Basic_Settings:_Widget_Content|Widget Content]]
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* [[Builder_Import_and_Export_Tool|Import / Export Tool]]
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Latest revision as of 14:50, July 19, 2013

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The Comments Settings section helps customize options specific to the Builder theme. Most comments settings for your site are set in your WordPress settings on the Settings > Discussion page, but this section allows you to choose which content types should display comment counts, actual comments, the comment form, and "comments are closed" messages — either on media, pages or posts. You can also choose what should be displayed if comments have been disabled for a specific entry, such as "comments are closed" or a custom message in place of the comment entry form.

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