How to Enable and Disable Comments in wordpress ?

Have you problem to enable or disable wordpress comments. No problem. I will show  you that how you can eable/disable comments in wordpress. Its very easy to eanble and disable wordpress comments.

Open :
Settings -> Discussion screen.

enable disable comments

Here you will find many options to set as per your requirement. If you want to edit in bulk edit, then follow following steps.

Bulk Edit Options :

  1. Go to the Posts -> All Posts screen in your blog dashboard.
  2. Select the posts you would like to modify or check the box next to “Title” column at the top to select all posts on that page.
  3. Select Edit from the Bulk Actions drop down menu.
  4. Click the Apply button.
  5. Change the options for Comments and Pings to Allow or Do not allow.
  6. Click the Update button.
  7. Repeat with your Pages.

Theses are the basic steps and information regarding enable and disable comments in wordpress. I will also publish other post to get more idea regarding enable and disable comments in wordpress.

How do i put google analytics in my wordpress

Have you question like “How do i put google analytics in my wordpress ?” like me. No problem. I will explain in short regarding how to do it directly from wordpress admin panel. Steps are very simple and easy to understand.

There are 3 ways to install Google analytics in WordPress. Direct paste, functions.php, and plugins.

Direct Paste Method :

Copy the code that you received from google analytics panel, and paste it in your theme’s footer.php right above the </body> tag.

To do this open


and then click on “footer.php” in right side.

google analytic code in wordpress

Functions.php Method :

Add the following code in your theme’s functions.php file


Plugins Method :

There are tons of plugins available to add Google Analytics to your site. Paste the Google Analytics code in the plugin’s setting page.

How to verify with Google in wordpress

In order to use Google Webmaster tools for your website, you need to verify it with Google to prove that you own the website.

There are two ways to do this:

  1. Uploading a special file to your website
  2. Adding a Meta Tag to your website.

As a search engine prowls your site, it gathers information from the title, headings, content, and Meta Tags such as description or keywords. It compares the words within each of these sections and “ranks” the site dependent upon how well the information matches. We have more information on how to maximize your meta tag references below.

You can follow to the actions proven by Don Campbell in below video and add meta tag to header.php in your file.