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  • #909065

    Hi

    I am using a comments element on my blog posts and currently anyone can post without leaving any details. I want to enable name and email address fields. I have checked the box to include these in the ‘settings – discussion’ section of WP, however they aren’t appearing.

    Can you advise how to fix this?

    My website isn’t live yet, details are included in the private section if you need to log into WP and take a look.

    Thanks

    Kim

    #909087

    Hey goingthewholehogg,
    I believe that the name and email address fields only show for users that are not logged in. I tested this on my localhost and this is the case, but as your site can only be seen if you are logged in, we can’t check. I believe once you go live you will find this to be true.

    Best regards,
    Mike

    #909819

    Hi Mike,

    Thanks. We checked the website with ‘under construction’ off and those fields were there as you said.

    Just one more thing. We’d like to remove the website field but couldn’t find an option for that. Also we’d like to have the name and email fields centred under the comments box, ideally side by side. Could you provide some code for that?

    Thanks,

    Kim

    #909878

    Hi,

    You can simply hide the field be adding the following to quick css:

    #commentform .comment-form-url {display:none;}

    If you can deactivate your coming soon function for a bit, we can try and provide css for the other portion of your question.

    Best regards,
    Jordan Shannon

    #910105

    Hi,

    We’re working on the site just now. We can leave ‘under construction’ off for the next couple of hours. If you have time to look now, could you take a look at centring the name and email fields under the comments box for us.

    Thank you,

    Kim

    #910121

    Hi,
    Try this code in the General Styling > Quick CSS field:

    p.comment-form-author,p.comment-form-email {
        display: flex;
        justify-content: center;
        margin-right: 40px!important; 
    }
    #commentform label {
        position: relative!important; 
        left: 275px!important; 
    }

    Best regards,
    Mike

    #910126

    Thanks Mike,

    That worked perfectly. You can close the topic.

    Much appreciated,

    Kim

    #910138

    Hi,
    Glad we were able to help, we will close this now. Thank you for using Enfold.

    Best regards,
    Mike

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