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How to remove "1 comment on (page title)"?


 
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Old Oct 2, 2009, 03:01 PM
crashley1784
 
81 posts · May 2009
How to remove "1 comment on (page title)"?

Hi all,
I am trying to figure out how to completely remove the "1 comment to (page title)" from my site. I am using a page to serve as a customer comment area and have enabled comments on that page. But I want that part to go away. I tried deleting this code from comments.php:
Code:
	<a name="comments"></a><!-- named anchor for skip links -->
<h3 id="comments"><?php // Comment Area Title
	comments_number(__('No comments yet to ', 'atahualpa'),
    __('1 comment to ', 'atahualpa'), __('% comments to ', 'atahualpa'));
	echo get_the_title(); ?></h3>
It worked, but at the bottom of the page (underneath the comment form), the page title appears. Weird. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Link to site: http://www.laurenacooper.com/cakewalk
 

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