2 QUESTIONS1 .HOW DO I CLOSE THE LOG IN BOX ? 2 .HOW CAN I PUT THE STATS RIGHT?
Why are you SHOUTING! at us. We are here to help but SHOUTING! is rude so turn off you cap lock key please and we will get started helping you.
1. You have complete control over comment moderation. You do not have to approve any comment your do not wish to approve. http://en.support.wordpress.com/settings/discussion-settings/#comment-moderation
Comments on all pages and posts on every WordPress blog are enabled by default. This page > Settings > Discussion
Discussion settings is where you set up defaults for comments.
We can also override the default settings and enable or disable future comments on any individual post or page.
Note: By default, new blogs on WordPress.com will have the Discussion hidden. You can reveal it by clicking on Screen Options http://en.support.wordpress.com/screen-options/ on the top right corner of your Admin page, and checking the box that says Discussion so the module is included. http://en.support.wordpress.com/modules/#list-of-modules
Depending on the theme we use when we close comments a phrase like “comments closed” or a similar phrase may appear and if so, it can only be removed by CSS editing after purchasing a custom design upgrade.
2. What makes you think the stats are not accurate? Are you relying on likes and shares?
Likes and shares are misleading when you are talking about page view stats. Your followers and anyone with a WordPress.com blog who is logged into WordPress.com can “like” and “share” your posts in several locations such as the Reader without ever clicking into your blog and creating a page view stat.
I choose to reduce my RSS Feed to “summary” here > Settings > Reading
For each article in a feed, show
Doing that compels followers to click in and read the full post on my blogs.
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