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None of the following suggestions worked for me. Sagive SEO's function almost worked for me. I checked my database to find that the only values for comment_status are open and closed. That function inserted 1 as a value. I revised the function and it seems to work perfect now. I hope this helps someone. function default_comments_on( $data ) { if( ...


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Following was the HTML – <!-- Comment Form HTML --> <div class="sub-figure"> <div class="sub-post-title"> <h4 class="recent-title">Comments</h4> </div> </div> <!-- Leave a comment --> <div class="sub-figure"> <div class="sub-post-title"> <h4 ...


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I think you need to change 'Comments' to 'something' but it from admin side. Please follow steps: 1> Go to Appearance -> Editor in your WordPress dashboard (In the list of theme files, on the right, click on “Theme Functions” to open your functions.php file) 2> Enter the following code in your functions.php file: add_filter('genesis_title_comments', ...


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Things added by WordPress core can not be deleted or removed, or better said, shouldn't be modified directly. Instead, you can use any of the actions and filters. Specifically, to disable comments feeds, you can use this (note the priority parameter): remove_action( 'wp_head', 'feed_links', 2 ); The above code will remove also other posts feed link, ...


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look in header.php A trial an error way of finding it is to delete the whole php page, load your wordpress page, check your source (usually ctrl+u depending on browser) and see if your code is there. If not then your code is on that page. If you cant find it still - delete half the page and check. Repeat.


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Solved! I found the optimal solution here: https://wordpress.org/support/topic/how-to-change-wording-of-leave-a-reply#post-1881213 I added my theme's textdomain like so: // individual comment form title function comment_reform ($arg) { $arg['title_reply'] = __('Leave a comment','theme-textdomain'); return $arg; } ...


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It is because you need to enqueue comment-reply.js which is required for the jQuery effect. Place the following in your header.php file within your head tag: if ( is_singular() && get_option( 'thread_comments' ) ) wp_enqueue_script( 'comment-reply' );



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