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circle3_fade6I’ve just added this to the installation info on charrette.ws, but it’s worth repeating: be sure to limit discussions to registered users. This way, you won’t have to worry about comment spam. It also encourages your class to be logged in, which encourages more activity. At right is what my discussion settings look like in the Settings>Discussion area of the WordPress backend:

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  1. John says:

    Have the option “Allow people to post comments on new articles” checked makes commenting available on new posts. If that box is unchecked, the default on new posts will be for comments to be closed. That’s fine if you want to keep your site more one-directional. Ideally, however, all posts can be commented on and by classroom members (registered users) only.

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B How to organize these white chunks in the Outline section

The white blocks in the Outline tab are ordered by slug name. If you want to put a category first (like “Overview”), simply change the slug name in the Categories area to aOverview. The slug name does not appear on the site unless you specify it.

 

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