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This tag outputs a complete commenting form for use within a template. Most strings and form fields may be controlled through the $args array passed into the function, while you may also choose to use the comment_form_default_fields filter to modify the array of default fields if you'd just like to add a new one or remove a single field.

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There are a couple other hooks in the comment form that you can use. Where you're hooking on only displays if the user isn't logged in. If you want that field for all users (logged in or not), you n …
answered Sep 27 '11 by chrisguitarguy
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This works fine for me: <?php add_filter('comment_form_default_fields', 'wpse53687_filter_fields'); /** * Unsets the email field from the comment form. */ function wpse53687_filter_fields($fields) …
answered May 30 '12 by chrisguitarguy
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I think you're a bit confused about how comment_form works. So let's take a look (this is in wp-includes/comment-template.php): <?php function comment_form( $args = array(), $post_id = null ) { …
answered Oct 15 '12 by chrisguitarguy