I want to use wpDiscuz to handle my comments, but it appears it needs <?php comments_template() ?> in the page.php and single.php files that may be missing or not working right in Catch Responsive Pro.
That is kind of a guess. It could be something else, but I couldn’t find these files, so am thinking it is maybe that. (The guy who answers the questions on the wpDiscuz forum is one of those people who go to a non-English speaking country and just keeps saying the same thing in English over and over louder and louder like repetition and volume will make people suddenly understand him. He’s not very helpful.) Here’s the link to one of the discussions of this — https://gvectors.com/forum/how-to-and-troubleshooting/resolved-wpdiscuz-comment-form-is-missing/paged/3/
@thetravelgal: I tried using the plugin for comment form and it seems to be working fine.
Go to => Appearance => Customize => Theme Options => Comment Options => Make sure you have not selected Disable Comepletely option.
Also Go to => Dashboard => Edit a post/page => At the top right corner you will find Screen Options => Click on it and check the Discussion box. Now you will find a discussion option at the bottom of the page. Check the Allow Comments option. Only then comments will be enabled on that particular post/page.
Let me know if this helps you out!
Thanks for looking into it. I still wasn’t getting it to work when I tested it again today (weird that it worked for you), so I gave up and went back to basic WP comments! But as always, your customer service is totally awesome.
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