1. Comment And Graphic Sites
  2. Comment Picker


MyCommNet videos. This portal login page provides students, faculty and staff with access to: Banner Self-Service: 'Banner' is the Connecticut Community Colleges student academic database.Students can access registration services, academic records, financial and financial aid information, and much more. Select the text or item that you want to comment on, or click to insert the cursor near the text that you want to comment on. On the Review tab, under Comments, click New. Type the comment text in the comment balloon. Tip: You can also turn on Track Changes, which uses revision mark to show additions, deletions, and formatting changes. A REM comment is slightly slower to process than:: (360µs versus 58µs per comment line) A REM comment is a documented command that may be used almost anywhere within a command line. C: Echo This will work REM Echo But will this show This will work REM Echo But will this show. You can add a comment to the end of a command line using &REM or &:. Random Comment Picker is a free online tool to easily generate a winner for a Facebook lottery, giveaway, contest or promotion. By entering the URL of your Facebook post, we can retrieve all comments and filter out duplicate names. Go to Comment History. To go to the original place you posted your comment, click or tap the content. If you commented on a video that's been deleted, or if your comment was removed by YouTube for a policy violation, it won't appear in this history.

  • Discussion Settings
  • Enabling Comments on Your Site
  • Managing Incoming Comments

Comments allow your website’s visitors to have a discussion with you and each other. When you activate comments on a Page or post, WordPress inserts several text boxes after your content where users can submit their comments. Once you approve a comment, it appears underneath your content. Whether you want to customize how you receive comments or tweak how your site displays comments, WordPress provides a thorough set of options to build a community from the visitors to your site.

Comment Screen Comment Screen

All comments on a WordPress website are displayed on the Comments dashboard in your WordPress admin area. It displays all comments by default

You can switch the view to see Pending, Approved, Spam, and Trash comments:

  • Pending: comments submitted by your visitors, but won’t be visible on your blog posts unless you approve them.
  • Approved: comments published and are publicly visible on your blog posts by all your website visitors.
  • Spam: comments flagged as possibly unwanted or irrelevant, and aren’t visible to your site visitors.
  • Trash: comments marked as unwanted and will be automatically deleted for good after 30 days.

Moving your mouse over to a comment will display the action links for it. You can approve a comment to make it visible to all your site visitors, or unapprove it to put it in pending status again.

You can also reply to comments. By replying to a specific comment, your reply will appear right under that comment. This is called “threaded” or “nested” comments.

You can also choose to edit anyone’s comments on your own site. The Quick Edit option opens a text area so you can edit the comment without reloading the page. Edit, on the other hand, gives you more options to edit the name, user email, and more.

Once a visitor submits his or her comment, WordPress follows your preferences and either hold the comment for your approval or posts it immediately.

If you see a comment marked as spam that’s actually a real comment, then you can mark it as Not Spam by hovering your mouse over it.

Comments in the trash section are comments that have been deleted by you. Any comment in the trash can be restored by clicking on Restore. Comments in trash remain there for 30 days after this time WordPress deletes them permanently.

Discussion Settings Discussion Settings

Before you enable comments on posts or Pages, reviewing the options under Settings > Discussion can help make your life as a moderator easier. Use these settings to restrict comments and reduce the amount of spam you receive.

Comment And Graphic Sites

Notification Notification

If you link another site post on your site, Attempt to notify any blogs linked to from the post will enable your site to notify the website owners that you have linked to them. They can then choose to tell their users that another site linked to them through a trackback or pingback.

Just like the option above, you can enable your site to accept pingbacks and trackbacks from other websites by checking Allow link notifications from other blogs (pingbacks and trackbacks) on new posts.

Comment Rules Comment Rules

Allow people to post comments on new articles will enable you to disable comments if you don’t need comments on your websites.

Comment author must fill out name and e-mail prevents people from leaving anonymous comments.

Users must be registered and logged in to comment will only allow registered users of your site to post comments.

Automatically close comments on articles older than _____ days will close comments on a post that have reached a set time. This is a good way to limit spam comments.

Comment display Comment display

Enable threaded (nested) comments _____ levels deep: will allow your users to reply to one another. A reply to a comment is shown “nested” underneath the original comments. You can limit how many levels (a reply to a reply) of replies your site will allow by changing the number of levels.

Break comments into Pages with _____top level comments per Page and the _____ Page displayed by default will change how your comments are displayed. You can set how many comments you see per Page and if the oldest or newest comments are displayed first.

Comments should be displayed with the _____ comments at the top of each Page will place newer or older comments at the top of each page.

Comment administration Comment administration

Email me whenever … Anyone posts a comment and/or A comment is held for moderation will help you stay up to date on your comments. If you don’t check your site often.

Comment must be manually approved will help you moderate the comments published on your site.

Comment author must have a previously approved comment will help moderate the comments published on your site.

Comment Picker

Comment spam Comment spam

Hold a comment in the queue if it contains _____ links, Spam comments are designed to get users to click on links in order to drive traffic to other sites. As a result, many spam comments contain multiple links. Setting this option to hold all comments that contain 2 or more links will help catch more spam.

You can experiment with Comment Moderation and Comment Blacklist to catch spam that contains certain words or is posted from a particular IP address. Comments caught through blacklisting are not deleted but instead moved to your spam folder.

Because spam is pervasive on the Web, some of the comments you receive will most likely be spam. However, WordPress developers and administrators have already developed a number of successful strategies to help you prevent spam comments from appearing on your site. In addition to experimenting with different options in Settings > Discussion, you can install a WordPress Plugin like Akismet or make other changes to help you keep spam comments under control.

Avatars Avatars

The settings under “Avatars” control the images your site displays next to comments. For an introduction to Gravatars, read the WordPress Lesson about How to Use Gravatars in WordPress.

Enabling Comments on Your Site Enabling Comments on Your Site

Once you have decided on your discussion options, you are ready to enable comments. If you chose not to enable comments on all articles automatically, you can turn on comments for a specific post or Page in several ways.

Turning on Comments for a Single Post or Page Turning on Comments for a Single Post or Page

On the post or page you wish to add comments to, find the “Discussion” box, and check “Allow Comments.” (If you do not see the “Discussion” box on the Edit Page, click “Screen Options” in the upper right corner of the browser window. Make sure the box next to “Discussion” is checked.) Save your changes by clicking “Publish”, “Save Draft” or “Update.

Turning on Comments from the Posts or Pages Screen Turning on Comments from the Posts or Pages Screen

Navigate to the Posts/Pages screen. In the list of pages or posts, find the one you want and hover your cursor over the title of the post. You will see several links appear underneath the title. Click “Quick Edit” and check “Allow Comments.” Click “Update” to turn comments on for that post.


Turning on Comments for Multiple Posts or Pages Turning on Comments for Multiple Posts or Pages

From the Posts/Pages screen, check the boxes next to the posts or Pages on which you want to enable comments. Select “Edit” from the “Bulk Edit” Dropdown box and click Apply. Then, select “Allow” next in the Comments dropdown box and finish by clicking “update.”

Managing Incoming Comments Managing Incoming Comments

Once you start receiving comments on your site, you can check the status of comments quickly by looking at the dashboard, the admin bar, or the left navigation menu. When you log in, the dashboard’s “Activity” box will show you the status of your comments. Hover over a comment to see your moderation options. From “Activity – Comments” you can approve, reply, edit, mark as spam, or trash comments. Alternatively, you can look to see if there is a number next to the comment bubble in the admin bar or “Comments” in the left navigation. This number represents how many pending comments require your attention.

Moderating Comments with the Comment Screen Moderating Comments with the Comment Screen

WordPress makes moderating your users’ comments a simple process. The Comments Screen lays out the basic information about each comment and lets you decide what to do with it.

  1. Commenter Name
  2. Commenter Website URL
  3. Commenter Email Address
  4. Commenter IP Address
  5. Time and Date Comment was submitted
  6. Comment Text
  7. Comment Moderation Options. You can approve, spam or trash a comment with one click. Reply, Quick Edit or Edit will open up a new screen for you to write a reply to the comment or edit the comment.
  8. Post Name
  9. Number of Comments on the Post, Link to View Post

Bulk Edit Comments Bulk Edit Comments

Like the posts and Pages screens, the Comments screen supplies a Bulk Action drop-down box. Select the comments you want to edit, and then select Unapprove, Approve, Mark as Spam, or Move to Trash from the drop-down and click “Apply.”

Supporting Resources Supporting Resources

In PowerShell single line comments start with a hash symbol, everything to the right of the # will be ignored.

# comment

In PowerShell 2.0 and above multi-line block comments can be used:

<# comment
contines #>

Multi-line comments are typically used to add descriptive help at the start of a script, but also work to embed comment text within a command.

Comment-based Help was also added in PS 2.0, this allows the addition of some standardised tags to a scripts comments which allow the Script to interact with Get-Help.
See this template script, or read Help about_Comment_Based_Help for a full list of .Keywords.


Copy-Item demo.msi C:installdemo.msi #copy the installer

By using embedded comments you can document the arguments for a cmdlet:

Comment based help

Comment-based help topics can be added to functions and scripts. This is done using special help comment keywords that start with a period. Examples of these are below, you can add as many or as few of these to your script as needed to provide the relevant level of detailed help.

To display this help text, use Get-Help
get-help ./script.ps1
get-help myfunction (this will only work once the function has been loaded/Dot sourced)


Where to add the Comment-based help:

Comment-based help for a script must appear at the beginning of the script (it can also be placed at the end of the script file but only if the script is not signed.)

Comment-based help for a function can appear in one of three locations:

  • At the beginning of the function body.
  • At the end of the function body.
  • Before the Function keyword. There cannot be more than one blank line between the last line of the function help and the Function keyword.

Most people put all comments at the beginning of the script/function.

Default Help

If you call get-help for a script that does not have any comment based help but does have parameters defined with a PARAM ( ) statement, then get-help will return those parameter details.

It is also possible to get a slightly more verbose set of default help text by including just <# .SYNOPSIS #> at the top of the script.

See Help about_Comment_Based_Help for more.

Copy and Paste

Because PowerShell supports Tab Completion you need to be careful about copying and pasting Space + TAB characters (particularly just before the # comment delimiter).


Function demo() {
} # comment

^ That line is }<space><tab> #
when copied/pasted onto the PowerShell command line, this happens:

PS C:batch> Function demo() {
>> } .aaardvaark.cmd# comment
The term '.aaardvaark.cmd#' is not recognized as the name of a cmdlet, function, script file...

What is happening is that the space-tab gets expanded to match the first file in the current directory, in this case aaardvaark.cmd. If the sequence had been <space><tab><space> and the first file had been a PowerShell script or an executable then it would actually be run.

If the white space consists of nothing but <space> characters (or nothing but <tab> characters) then this will never occur.

#Now stand in the place where you work, Now face West
Think about the place where you live, Wonder why you haven't before# - REM 'Stand'

Related PowerShell Cmdlets:

Escape characters - double to escape them

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