I'm creating a web site for a non-profit using WordPress. I know some CSS (and can figure out most of the basics), but I'm using a child theme based on Twenty Ten and one stupid small thing is bugging me: I've turned comments off for posts and pages that don't need them, but I still get the "comments are closed" message. How do I make it go away? [more inside]
Is it possible to change timestamps on comments in Wordpress? [more inside]
I'm interested in using one of these social commenting systems on my blog, but I'm unsure about their integration into wordpress, and the general future of either. Disqus is on Tumblr, but Automattic acquired IntenseDebate. Do you use either (either as a blogger or commenter)? What are your thoughts? [more inside]
WordpressFilter: Haven't blogged in about three months, and am considering a return at the same URL, but don't want to inherit all my old spam comments. Would deleting the Wordpress installation at that address then re-installing it essentially reset the spam, allowing me to better control it this time? FWIW, I've been using Akismet, etc., to monitor and catch most spam but would like as clean a slate as possible.
Can any of you recommend a Wordpress plugin that will enable me to turn comments on/off for particular blog posts? [more inside]
How can I restore my totally disgustingly porn-hacked Wordpress blog to its former pristine state? [more inside]
Does anyone have any thoughts on the best way (and the best script?) to implement a commenting system for normal web pages? I am currently torn between setting up WordPress as a CMS which would provide that functionality or trying to find a script I can add to a page (and there are to be 40 or so separate pages each needing separate comment fields). [more inside]
WORDPRESS. I've asked in the forums. Least helpful place I've ever been. If anyone here is familiar with wordpress please tell me, how do I set it up so that the page the user sees when s/he goes to a permalink has a link to the comments popup at the bottom and not the damn comment area I've been trying to do this for days now. [more inside]