Show Hide Comments Link

This particular option can be found by logging into your site's admin area and going to:
"ProPhoto" > "Customize" > "Comments" > "Header"

Your comments area header will always display your comments count as a link that can hide and show your individual comments. ProPhoto clarifies this feature for your visitors by displaying a small, square “up/down” arrow graphic after your comment count text, like below.

The default show/hide button

Alternatively, you can select to display “show/hide” text that will change depending upon whether your comments area is showing or hidden.

Select the text option and enter custom text if you choose...

Select the text option and enter custom text if you choose…

… and the text will display before your comment count.

 

This particular option can be found by logging into your site's admin area and going to:
"ProPhoto 4" > "Customize" > "Comments" > "Header"

Your comments area header will always display your comments count as a link that can hide and show your individual comments. ProPhoto clarifies this feature for your visitors by displaying a small, square “up/down” arrow graphic after your comment count text, like below.

The default show/hide button

Alternatively, you can select to display “show/hide” text that will change depending upon whether your comments area is showing or hidden.

wp38_comments show-hide

Select the text option and enter custom text if you choose…

… and the text will display before your comment count.

 

This particular option can be found by logging into your site's admin area and going to:
"Appearance" > "P3 Customize" > "Comments" > "Header"

Your comments area header will always display your comments count as a link that can hide and show your individual comments. ProPhoto clarifies this feature for your visitors by displaying a small, square “up/down” arrow graphic after your comment count text, like below.

The default show/hide button

Alternatively, you can select to display “show/hide” text that will change depending upon whether your comments area is showing or hidden.

Select the text option and enter custom text if you choose…

… and the text will display before your comment count.

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