Tip: Make Use of Enhanced Threaded Comments

As part of the extensive theme updates we recently launched, every single theme can now take advantage of threaded comments.

Here is an example of what threaded comments are and what you can do with them:

threadedcomments

Complete the following steps to activate threaded comments on your blog:

1. Disable the threaded comments plugin if you currently have it activated.

2.  Go to Settings > Discussion.

Settings > Discussion

3.  Select Enable threaded (nested) comments.

Enabling threaded comments

4.  Scroll to bottom of page and click Save Changes.

To see an excellent example of using threaded comments in a class setting, check out this post on a seventh grade English class blog.  There is some exciting learning going on there!

100,000 edublogs

What more can I say, last week we passed 100,000 edublogs and we’re extremely happy about it :)

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CC Mohanmon

Well, OK, I can say a bit more, in fact we’ve currently got more like 103,000 blogs, separated over four sites (63K on edublogs.org and 39K spread across the student sites).

In September at edublogs.org alone we racked up 268,638 unique visitors, who dropped by 904,053 times enjoying 13,701,840 page views while sucking up almost 500Gig bandwidth.

Phew!

And to add to that we picked another new webserver, introduced upgrades, synced up with your webmail for invites and generally had a very busy time of it.

And October is going to be just as fun – we think you’re really going to like some of the things we’ve got planned.

So thanks for being part of our first 100K… and happy edublogging!

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