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  1. Is there a way I can remove the ability to create a login/password for users that access my website? Or...is there a way that users can have a login/password - but it leads directly to my website instead of Word Press?

    If someone wanted to comment on my blog, they need to register as a new user. To register, it brings them to limited version of "www.hollywoytcke.com/wp-admin" site. Once logged in, the primary page becomes the Word Press Dashboard, not my website.

    Can you please help me fix this (if possible)?

    Many thanks!!

  2. bryanvillarin
    Staff

    Hi,

    hollywoytcke.com is a self-hosted WordPress.org blog, which we really can't help with.

    To clear up any confusion, WordPress.com and WordPress.org are two different entities.

    WordPress.org has complete support and documentation sites for self-hosted/installed versions of WordPress via their Codex and Support Forums.

    Is there a way I can remove the ability to create a login/password for users that access my website?

    In Settings -> General of the hollywoytcke.com blog dashboard, you can uncheck the "Anyone can register" option, then click Save Changes.

    Next, in Settings -> Discussion, in the Other comment settings section, uncheck "Users must be registered and logged in to comment", then click Save Changes.

    If that doesn't work, please contact the WordPress.org Support Forums.

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