Remove comments from pages and posts

There are a couple of different ways to remove comments from your blog’s posts or your pages.

Hiding all comments and comment fields

To remove comments, as well as the ability for your visitors to leave comments, go here:
ProPhoto” > “Customize” > “Comments” > “General
Select “disable & hide all comments” – this will remove the comment display entirely from all of your posts and pages.

Hiding comment fields on individual pages/posts

You can disable comment fields on a per-post or per-page basis in WordPress.

First, make sure the “Discussion” pane is shown in your post/page editor. Review the “Screen Options” dropdown, found in the upper right-hand corner of your screen. Look for “Discussion” and make sure it is checked.

Click to ENABLE the "Discussion" pane in your editor screen

Click to ENABLE the “Discussion” pane in your editor screen

Next, scroll down the editor screen to locate the Discussion pane in your editor screen (typically below your editor box) and uncheck the “Allow Comments” option to hide the comment fields.

Toggle the check in the box to allow or disallow new comments

Toggle the check in the box to allow or disallow new comments

NOTE: This will only show/hide the fields where visitors add new comments. To hide the comments themselves, you must delete them from WordPress.

Hiding comment fields for several posts/pages quickly

If you have several posts/pages that you would like to change the “Allow comments” option, try using the Quick Edit link, seen when you hover on a post/page title in WordPress.

In the "All Posts" or "All Pages" screen, hover on a Title to see the Quick Edit link

In the “All Posts” or “All Pages” screen, hover on a Title to see the Quick Edit link

Click the Quick Edit link to show several fields, including the option to Allow comments as seen here:

Toggle the "Allow comments" option to show/hide commenting fields for your posts and pages

Toggle the “Allow comments” option to show/hide commenting fields for your posts and pages

Again, if any posts/pages already have comments from visitors, the comments will still be seen. You must manually delete comments to remove them from being seen.

Hiding comments only on the main blog posts page

Enter this code in “ProPhoto” > “Customize” > “Advanced” > “Custom Code” > “Custom CSS”

body.blog .article-comments {display: none;}

What about Facebook comments?

When you disable comment for a post or page, the Facebook commenting option should no longer be visible.  You can disable Facebook comments on ONLY your blog posts page in “ProPhoto” > “Customize” > “Comments” > “General”. In “Facebook Comments” move the slider to 0 for how many comments to show on the site home page.turn off fb comments on blog


There are a couple of different ways to remove comments from your blog’s posts or your pages.

Hiding all comments and comment fields

To remove comments, as well as the ability for your visitors to leave comments, go here:
ProPhoto” > “Customize” > “Comments” > “General
Select “disable & hide all comments” – this will remove the comment display entirely from all of your posts and pages.

Hiding comment fields on individual pages/posts

You can disable comment fields on a per-post or per-page basis in WordPress.

First, make sure the “Discussion” pane is shown in your post/page editor. Review the “Screen Options” dropdown, found in the upper right-hand corner of your screen. Look for “Discussion” and make sure it is checked.

Click to ENABLE the "Discussion" pane in your editor screen

Click to ENABLE the “Discussion” pane in your editor screen

Next, scroll down the editor screen to locate the Discussion pane in your editor screen (typically below your editor box) and uncheck the “Allow Comments” option to hide the comment fields.

Toggle the check in the box to allow or disallow new comments

Toggle the check in the box to allow or disallow new comments

NOTE: This will only show/hide the fields where visitors add new comments. To hide the comments themselves, you must delete them from WordPress.

Hiding comment fields for several posts/pages quickly

If you have several posts/pages that you would like to change the “Allow comments” option, try using the Quick Edit link, seen when you hover on a post/page title in WordPress.

In the "All Posts" or "All Pages" screen, hover on a Title to see the Quick Edit link

In the “All Posts” or “All Pages” screen, hover on a Title to see the Quick Edit link

Click the Quick Edit link to show several fields, including the option to Allow comments as seen here:

Toggle the "Allow comments" option to show/hide commenting fields for your posts and pages

Toggle the “Allow comments” option to show/hide commenting fields for your posts and pages

Again, if any posts/pages already have comments from visitors, the comments will still be seen. You must manually delete comments to remove them from being seen.

Hiding comments only on the main blog posts page

Enter this code in “ProPhoto” > “Customize” > “Advanced” > “Custom Code” > “Custom CSS”

body.blog .article-comments {display: none;}

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