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Remove "leave a reply" from Greyzed theme

  1. how can i remove the "leave a reply" from the greyzed them. (I renamed it "What's your thoughts") also. I'm not to familiar with css so i dont even know where to begin.

    The blog I need help with is ttablettalk.com.

  2. no, sorry. that thread was talking more about editing. didn't say anthing in regards to "removing" the comment section

  3. Sorry. I don't help with CSS but thought this might be important to know: "The post metadata (date, categories, tags, and leave a comment link are in a single selector in the CSS."

  4. Hiya. If you want to remove comments all together, you should just disable them using these instructions: http://en.support.wordpress.com/enable-disable-comments/

    If you turn comments off and you also want to hide the "Comments are closed" text, add this to your Appearance → Custom Design → CSS page:

    .nocomments {
    	display: none;
    }
  5. I have this same theme. I was able to get rid of the "leave a reply" at the bottom and I followed all of the instructions for disabling a comment. Unfortunately, there is still a "comment bubble" at the top of the page with a 0 in it. If you click on that, it then allows you to comment. I don't want any comments on this site! I would also like to get rid of that 0 at the top of each page. Any help would be greatly appreciated!!

  6. @tanyablanck
    The blog linked to your username is wearing Sweet Blossoms and all CSS editing is theme specific. This thread is focused on the Greyzed theme. Please post your own thread using this link http://en.forums.wordpress.com/forum/css-customization#postform and include a link to the blog with the custom design upgrade that has the "comment bubble" that you refer to.

  7. Hi, I am sorry for the confusion. I am an administrator on a site with the Greyzed theme and that is why I posted the above questions. The site is thedancefusionstudio.com

  8. To hide the comment bubble on posts in the Grezed theme, add this to your Appearance → Custom Design → CSS page:

    .postcomments {
    	display: none;
    }
  9. @tanyablanck
    Thanks for providing that link and the clarification as well. Staff does assist with CSS editing. Please be patient while waiting for help.

  10. ~~designsimply
    Good morning! :)

  11. awesome! Thank you so much!!

  12. Mornin' :)

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