Attention ninjas: It’s time for another Q & A session, so break out those WordPress skills and get ready to help a fellow WPMU reader solve his problem.
We received today’s question from a WPMU reader named Mike, who’s trying to cut some unnecessary weight from his WordPres site. He says:
I need to completely disable comments on my site, for both posts and pages, with no remnants of a comment system ever being there. I also need clean, empty pages with no sidebars anywhere on my site.
What is the simplest and least-technical way of accomplishing this?
It’s helping time! Can you throw a bit of WordPress wisdom in Mike’s direction? Please add a comment after this article and share your suggestions.
Keep in mind that we’re looking for a beginner-level solution here; something that any WordPress user will be comfortable with. If you can suggest three different ways to do what Mike is asking, just give us the easiest one.
The Word Q & A sessions continue!
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The best questions we receive will be published on the blog for community review, and the author wins a 3 month membership at WPMU DEV. Not a bad deal, eh? Submit your WordPress question here.
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