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First of all, you need to login to your WordPress admin area and go to Settings » Discussion page. From here, scroll down to ‘E-mail me whenever’ section where you will see these two checkbox options: Anyone posts a comment A comment is held for moderation Ref: https://www.wpbeginner.com/beginners-guide/how-to-turn-off-comments-notification-in-wordpress/


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Since version 4.1.6, Akismet has a filter which allows you to disable these "mShots" (the site preview popups): <?php function disable_akismet_mshots( $value ) { return false; } add_filter( 'akismet_enable_mshots', 'disable_akismet_mshots' );


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Yes, there is, and it's named thread_comments_depth_max: add_filter( 'thread_comments_depth_max', function ( $maxdeep ) { return 15; } );


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function noindex_comments_pages() { global $cpage; if (!empty($cpage) && $cpage > 1) { echo '<meta name="robots" content="noindex">'; echo "\n"; } } add_action( 'wp_head', 'noindex_comments_pages', 9 );


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Is possible to include a column for comment_id? Yes, and there are two hooks that you'd want to use: manage_edit-comments_columns — use this hook to add custom columns to the comments list table, e.g. the custom comment ID column. manage_comments_custom_column — use this hook to display (echo) the content for a custom column added via the above hook. ...


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Just in case others are stumped with trying to learn how to reveal submitted comments onto a comments page (or any page for this matter), a good starting point to investigate is using the WordPress function wp_list_comments() There are examples provided on that resource page to get things going in a healthy direction. I would also include the following debug ...


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You are redeclaring the variable $fields after you define the email key - this basically removes all previous values - instead you need to add a new key for comment_field, for example: // retain code before.. $fields['author'] = $author_field; $fields['email'] = $email_field; $fields['comment_field'] = sprintf( '<p class="...


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thread_comments_depth is the option you need to change, and while the dropdown gives you several predefined values, the option can store any value. So if you use the dev tools to adjust the dropdown to add a 9999 option, you can set it to a max of 9999 nested comments, or more even. You can also set the option directly via update_option, or with the options....


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