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WordPress gives you full control over how your readers can comment on your posts.

To adjust your settings, click the "Discussion" link under the Settings tab.

The third option lets you choose if you want to enable comments at all.

If you are allowing comments you can select the options under the "Other comment settings" section that force people to fill out their name and email or register.

To keep comments fresh and relevant to the article written you can also choose to close comments after a set amount of time.

Once done, click "Save Changes" at the bottom of the screen.

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