Disabling comments for Article content type in Drupal 8
Comments are great for allowing members to interact with one another, creating a community feel for your site. By default, Drupal allows the registered members to post comments immediately and without administrator approval. However, you may have users that either spam, flame each other, or simply post unrelated stuff in the comments. If that is the case, you may want to ensure that the comments have to be approved by the administrator. This quick guide demonstrates how to set permissions to where comment approval is required in Drupal 8.
‹Section 8: Disabling comments for Article content type in Drupal 8
›Section 10: Disabling comment titles for users in Drupal 8
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|1.||Allowing non-members to leave comments in Drupal 8|
|2.||Allowing comment editing in Drupal 8|
|3.||Comment Introduction for Drupal 8|
|4.||Adding a comment field to a basic page in Drupal 8|
|5.||Setting maximum comments per page in Drupal 8|
|6.||Customizing your Comments field in Drupal 8|
|7.||Disabling comments for specific nodes in Drupal 8|
|8.||Disabling comments for Article content type in Drupal 8|
|9.||Forcing comment approval in Drupal 8|
|10.||Disabling comment titles for users in Drupal 8|