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How to deactivate Blog comments.

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There is no switch to deactivate the comments for blog articles. But you can change the used template and remove the comments stuff.

Use:

and overwrite blog/detail_view.html

↑ blog/detail_view.html - diff:  #

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--- a/pylucid_project/pylucid_plugins/blog/templates/blog/detail_view.html
+++ b/pylucid_project/pylucid_plugins/blog/templates/blog/detail_view.html
{% sourcecode ext=".html" %}
{% extends template_name %}
-{% load comments %}
 
 {% block content %}
 <div class="{{ CSS_PLUGIN_CLASS_NAME }} blog">
{% include "blog/includes/tagcloud.html" %}
 
 <fieldset class="entry">
     {% include "blog/includes/blog_entry.html" %}
-    {% include "pylucid_comments/includes/comments_list.html" %}
 </fieldset>
 </div>
 {% endblock content %}

↑ final content:  #

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{% extends template_name %}

{% block content %}
<div class="{{ CSS_PLUGIN_CLASS_NAME }} blog">
{% include "blog/includes/tagcloud.html" %}

<fieldset class="entry">
    {% include "blog/includes/blog_entry.html" %}
</fieldset>
</div>
{% endblock content %}

The original template file can be found here: pylucid_project/pylucid_plugins/blog/templates/blog/detail_view.html

↑ reactivate  #

To reactivate the comments, just delete the dbtemplates entry named blog/detail_view.html

To do this, goto:

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