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WP Comment Humility

Description

WP Comment Humility relocates the “Comments” top level menu underneath the “Posts” top level menu.

Because comments are off by default for Pages, this plugin puts comments where they make the most sense now.

Screenshots

  • The menu

Installation

  • Download and install using the built in WordPress plugin installer.
  • Activate in the “Plugins” area of your admin by clicking the “Activate” link.
  • No further setup or configuration is necessary.

FAQ

How does this work with custom post types?

Fine, but the user experience might be weird. If you have a post type (other than “post”) that supports comments, it may make more sense to not use this plugin.

Give it a try and deactivate it if it doesn’t seem right. This plugin is non-destructive, so you can toggle it without issue.

Where can I get support?

The WordPress support forums: https://wordpress.org/support/plugin/wp-comment-humility/

Where can I find documentation?

http://github.com/stuttter/wp-comment-humility/

Reviews

18 May 2018
I assume some people would freak if it got added in core! But it should be this way, then require a plugin to move it "back" out. Excellent plugin!
12 January 2017
I never understood that. Thanks!
03 September 2016
I'm all for a clean WP Dashboard and since comments are finally exclusively for Posts (or at least by default disabled for Pages), it only makes sense to declutter the Dashboard and moving comments to where they belong. Thanks for developing WP Comment Humility! The only suggestion I have is to rename it as the word humility may make sense to native English speakers, it does much less to non-native English speaking people, the other 95% of the world population 😉
03 September 2016
This never occurred to me before, but as soon as I saw the plugin I couldn't unsee it. Having "Comments" under "Posts" in the navigation of my personal site's admin just makes sense. I don't use custom post types that have comments.
03 September 2016
This plugin does exactly what's stated on the box, moving "Comments" under the "Posts" heading. @JJJ makes an excellent point regarding custom post types with comments enabled, but for standard WordPress installations this plugin's fantastic.
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Contributors & Developers

“WP Comment Humility” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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Changelog

0.1.0

  • Initial release