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There are several scenarios: If you had authored your child theme from scratch, using only your custom code then it is clearly your product. If you had used code from parent theme in your child theme then it's your derivative of it, it's still yours but you also need to credit code used in line with its licensing requirements. If you had taken third party ...


What you need to do to achieve this is to provide the second parameter of wp_list_comments(), which would be $comments and is described like this: (array) (optional) Array obtained by get_comments query. Default: The default return of get_comments. Which actually makes it clear what you need to do, which would be utilizing get_comments(). Below ...

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