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  • #690

    In the graphene theme, how do I remove the “comments closed” text from the bottom of a page? I’ve been looking through the php files like “comments”, but I haven’t seen a reference to this yet. Any thoughts would be appreciated. Thanks.

    #13264
    Syahir Hakim
    Keymaster

    The “Comments closed” text is only shown if there’s already some comments on a page, but the commenting feature has been disabled. It won’t show it otherwise.

    #13265
    bumpa
    Member

    I don’t want it there because it makes my site look like a blog and it’s not….

    is it a secret? 🙂

    #13266
    bumpa
    Member

    the solution: remove the “comments_template” line from loop.php

    #13267
    Syahir Hakim
    Keymaster

    Have you tried the settings in Graphene Options > General > Comments Options ?

    #13268

    Use custom CSS:

    #respond {display:none}

    This has the advantage that whether you disable comments or not, neither the comment entry box nor the “comments are closed” message will appear.

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