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February 29, 2012

How to Quickly and Easily Customize the WordPress Comments Form

Many WordPress themes utilize the standard WordPress comments form. Introduced in WordPress 3.0, it’s meant to be a simple tag to output a complete commenting form within a theme template. Making minor changes to…

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