One of the common inquiries I’ve been getting since I changed my blogging platform is concerning comments – namely “where are they, and how do I contribute?”

Given the theme that I am using (Pyrmont 2), the comment count is kept at the top of the post (not the best place), along with the categorization and tags, right below the title.

In an effort to make it easier to post comments, I have duplicated that small section (MetaData) at the bottom of the post. (Again, another amazing feature of wordpress – the ability to edit the PHP page templates.

To add a comment, simply click on the comment count, and you’ll be taken to the individual post page (permalink page), and your browser will navigate to the comment section. (The comment section only appears on the individual post pages, so if you came here via a permalink, it’s at the bottom.)

Fill out your comment, and enter your name (or alias you’d prefer), and your e-mail. Your e-mail address is secure, and will never be accessible to anyone. There’s also a check-box below the submit button that will toggle the system to e-mail subsequent comments to the address you entered.

Hope this clears up any confusion!


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