WordPress Comment Setting Advice

We shifted some of our default comment settings in rampages. This is an attempt to give students better insight into what setting options they have and why they might make certain choices. DISCUSSIONS IN WORDPRESS Commenting is one feature of WordPress that you can control so that it behaves in ways that match your personal goals. You have lots of choices between shutting commenting off entirely and opening comments completely. You can find your discussion preferences at Dashboard>Settings>Discussion. A screenshot of what you’ll see there is included below. Default article settings The first portion, default article settings, are of these options all checked by default. Article tends to just mean blog post but might also apply to other things. The first option, attempt to notify any blogs linked to from the article, is about your post notifying another site that you linked to them in your blog post. That’s handy if you’re looking to make connections between your site and others but may be something you want to uncheck if you’re discussing sensitive topics or simply don’t wish to seek out conversation with individuals outside VCU. The second option, allow link notifications from other blogs, allows other blogs to alert you that your post or page was referenced in their post. Once again, this could help build community and it […]