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Step: #1

First of all, by selecting the blog for which you want to do comment setting, open the Dashboard of that blog and click on Settings on the left.

Step: #2

Now Settings will expand in front of you, from here you click on Posts, Comments and Sharing Settings.

Step: #3

After doing this, you will have Posts, Comments and Sharing Settings in front of you. From here you go to Comment Location Settings inside Comments. Which is Embedded By Default.

Step: #4

Now you click on Embedded. Some more options will open in front of you. Which would be the following:

Embedded: This option is turned on automatically. Comments are also allowed on all posts, pages. Comments are enabled by this option and the comment box appears at the bottom of the post.

Full page: Comments are also enabled by this option and the Comment Box opens on a new page. There is only one link on the post page which takes readers to the comment box.

Popup window: By this option the comment box opens above the post page and closes after commenting. Comment continues by this option also.

Hide: This option hides the comment box and closes the comment for readers.

From these, you click on Hide and save the setting by clicking on Save settings. Comments on all posts and pages will be closed.
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