How to disable comment titles in Drupal 7
Comments can be an important feature of your site. They help develop a community where visitors can respond to each other, or to the site owners themselves by asking question or leaving opinions. However, there are those out there that will use comment areas to spam or promote their own interests, or even simply insult others or cause discontent. To this end, you may want to require comments to be approved prior to them being visible on the site. This can be set for each role, or user type. For instance, maybe you want the anonymous users set where you allow comments but require approval but the authenticated member role that does not require approval. However you want to set it up, forcing approval of comments can be easily done with the following steps.
Forcing comments to be approved in Drupal 7
‹Section 5: How to disable comment titles in Drupal 7
›Section 7: How to allow users to edit their comments 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|