Help: Comments

How to Enable and Disable Comments for a Blog Post
*Note: This action also can be carried out while writing a blog post.
1) Login
2) In the Right Sidebar, under the Username Heading, click "My Blog".
3) Click the title of the post you would like to edit. Posts are listed in chronological order, descending from most to least recent.
4) In the center content area, click the tab "Edit"
5) In the expanded field, choose "Disabled" to remove all and prevent the addition of new comments, "Read only" to retain existing comments and prevent the addition of new comments, or "Read/Write" to retain existing comments and allow the addition of new comments. Only one option can be selected at a time, which will be indicated by a filled radio button to the left of your selection.
6) Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click "Submit" to save your changes.

How to Write a Comment
1) Login
2) Scroll to the bottom of a blog post. Click "Add new comment" or "(#) comment(s)".
3) Add a title in Subject (optional) and type text into the Comment field (required).
4) Click "Preview comment"
5) Review comment text and click "Post comment" to save.

How to Edit a Comment
1) Login
2) Browse to the blog post that contains your comment. Posts are listed in chronological order, descending from most to least recent.
3) Scroll down until you locate your comment.
4) Click "edit"
5) Make desired changes to your comment.
6) In the center content area, click "Preview comment"
7) Review comment text and click "Post comment" to save your changes.

How to delete a comment
1) Login
2) Browse to the blog post that contains your comment.
3) Click the title of the post with the comment you would like to delete. Posts are listed in chronological order, descending from most to least recent.
4) Scroll down until you locate your comment.
5) Click "edit"
6) Scroll to the bottom of the page. Click "Delete" and you will arrive at a deletion confirmation page. Click "Delete" again to remove the comment. Once deleted, a comment can never be recovered.