WordPress comments are an integral part of any blog powered by WordPress. They give your audience a voice and encourage them to engage with your site. In this post, we’re going to go over how to enable and disable WordPress comments as well as how to manage them and prevent comment spam. WordPress comments also tend to take a toll on your site’s performance, causing your most popular blog posts to load slower than most. We’ll be going over to optimize the comment section for site speed because of this. We’ll also go over a couple of the best alternative comment systems available to use in WordPress. In technical terms, WordPress comments are the built-in commenting system coded into WordPress core. It allows you to add comments to your blog without needing to worry about integrating a third-party comment system unless you find WordPress’ to be shortcoming in anyway. We’ll get into the reasons why you may prefer to use a third-party solution a little later. Comments on a WordPress blog appear in the same place they appear in on any other website – at the bottom of every blog post. The style your comment section uses is dependent on your WordPress
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