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[How-To Guide] Delete Default Comment In WordPress

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Till now you have domain name, hosting space and install WordPress on it. After installing WordPress, its time to start posting content on blog. But before that, you have to delete the default post, default page and default comment. In this post, I’m focusing on deleting default comment and come up with next post in which I will tell you how to delete default post and default page.

Step1: Log-in into wp-admin panel by typing URL (mentioned below) and click on “Comments” tab as shown below:

http://www.domainname.com/wp-admin (replace domainname with your domain name)

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Step2: When you click on “Comments” tab, a new window open and click on “trash” as shown below:

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Step3: When you click on “trash”, it show a message like this (as shown below):

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Step4: In navigation menu click on “trash” as shown below:

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Step5: When you click on “trash” (in step4), it open a window (as shown below) and click on “delete permanently”.

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Step6: Congratulations, you have successfully deleted the default comment in WordPress.

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