How to disable the comments on a page in WordPress
Widgets are plugins that are used to customize the appearance of the WordPress site. If you have not already, please visit the What are Plugins and Widgets? for more information. Default WordPress sites can have widgets that are undesirable and can make the site look poor.
In this tutorial, the sidebar/footer widgets will be customized to display a more palatable site. The theme used in this article will be the birdsite theme. Let's go forward in customizing the WordPress widgets.
Important! Removing all the widgets will cause the Wordpress site to display a default sidebar link setting (Search, Categories, Archives, Meta). To remove the widgets completely, the code will need to be edited.
|Available Widgets||The Available Widgets section will not display on the site. They are available for use by dragging them to the widget-area.|
|widget-area||The widget-area is the list of current widgets that are displaying on the site.|
|Inactive widgets||The Inactive widgets are for removing widgets from the site, while keeping the settings.|
Drag a Widget from the widgets-area to the Available Widgets. Drag back and forth the different Widgets you want to display on the site. In this tutorial, the Blogroll, Pages, and Meta widgets will only be used.
Dragging the widgets to the Available widgets area will automatically save. No publishing is required.
To learn more about Widgets, please visit Introduction to Plugins & Widgets
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›Section 8: Completely disabling the sidebar links/widgets in WordPress
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|1.||What are Plugins and Widgets?|
|2.||Searching for & Installing Plugins|
|3.||Updating a WordPress Plugin|
|4.||Finding and Installing Widgets in WordPress|
|5.||How to use the WordPress Text Widget|
|6.||How to disable the comments on a page in WordPress|
|7.||Deactivating widgets from the sidebar in WordPress|
|8.||Completely disabling the sidebar links/widgets in WordPress|
|9.||Completely disabling Comments from WordPress in the code|
|10.||How to disable blogging features in WordPress|