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How to Enable, Disable, Show Existing, and Hide Existing Comments in Blogger Specific Page and Post

Blogger comments is one way of communicating to your audience and readers. There are some bloggers who are looking for topics asked by their commentators. Many of us are using comments system to talk about the specific article on how we see and understand it including your own experiences in the said article. That is how important comments are for us but there are some instances that we don't want others to comment on some of article and pages that we create ex. is contact, about us, and other pages we do not want to be commented.


Here are steps on how you can disable or enable comment system on your specific post or page. You can also hide or show if there is already comments.

Just follow the step by step instructions.
Step 1 Go to https://www.blogger.com and Sign in to your account

Step 2 From Blogger Dashboard enter into specific post or any static page where you want to disable or hide comment.

Step 3 now you would see at the right sidebar of writing panel or post editor Post Settings Option.

Step 4 Under Post Settings->Readers comments Post select Don't Allow, Show Existing or Don't Allow, Hide Existing


Step 5 And finally press on Done button. And check your selected post or page for seeing the effect. Your Blogger comment box is not visible.

If you want to allow comment again for that specific post just return and select "Allow"

If you want to disable comments in all your post and pages just go to Layout-Blog post (edit) and uncheck comments then save.



Read here on how to use Blogger, Facebook and Disqus comment system in blogs.
http://www.blogs911.com/2013/09/how-to-use-facebook-disqus-and-blogger.html

Comments

  1. i just read your "I Don't Have Visitors, I’m Going to Quit Blogging!" post. That was awsome!

    sorry for giving you such irrelevant comment because i need to

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  2. @Mading thanks for you comment!

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