Disabling Comments on a Specific Content Type in Drupal 7
By default, comments are allowed in Drupal 7. Users must first be registered and logged in, however, before they can post comments.
Once a user is logged in, at the bottom of pages that allow comments will be a comment form. Users can type in a subject and comment, choose a text filter type, and then click submit.
|The comment form||What comments look like after submitted|
Under each comment is a link that says reply. Clicking the reply link will load a new page and allow users to respond to a specific comment. As you can see in the screenshots below, a reply comment shows under the original comment and is indented slightly.
|The comment response form||A reply comment that has been posted|
As a site administrator, you do have the ability to disable comments on your website. Please see the following links for more help with disabling comments on specific content types or individual pages.
›Section 2: Disabling Comments on a Specific Content Type in Drupal 7
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|1.||An introduction to comments in Drupal 7|
|2.||Disabling Comments on a Specific Content Type in Drupal 7|
|3.||How to turn off commenting for specific articles in Drupal 7|
|4.||How to set the maximum comments per page in Drupal 7|
|5.||How to disable comment titles in Drupal 7|
|6.||How to force approval for comments in Drupal 7|
|7.||How to allow users to edit their comments in Drupal 7|