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Editing email notifications language when responding to a comment

  1. I receive an email notification when I leave a comment on my wordpress blog, but I find the wording a inappropriate for most of our customers. ("Your so vain, you probably think (Posting Name) is about you.") Is there a way to change the wording of this?
    Blog url: http://asociacionavivara.wordpress.com/

  2. Yes, there most certainly is > Settings > Discussion
    scroll to the very bottom of the page and locate:
    Comment Form
    Prompt ____________
    enter your own wording and then click "save changes"

  3. Sorry, that isn't the wording I was trying to change. I am trying to change the wording on the autoresponder email that is sent out when someone "likes" a post. Currently, the email says "You're so vain, you probably think (the post title) is about you." That is the wording I want to change and don't know where to do that.

  4. That message only displays when one click the like button on a post or page on their own blog. Hence, the use of the word "vain". It would make no sense otherwise.

  5. Thanks for the explanation.

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