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  1. Live: I have the same problem on my blog and I am curious can I solve this issue.

    Update: Check Discuss setting and checked – Allow Comments on New Post.

    Result:- Not Working.

    Update 2: Checking Individual Post…
    Checked “Allow Comments”
    (Let Me See Result)

    Yahh Working Mate… Thanks Bro..

  2. Live: I have the same problem on my blog and I am curious can I solve this issue.

    Update: Check Discuss setting and checked – Allow Comments on New Post.

    Result:- Not Working.

    Update 2: Checking Individual Post…
    Checked “Allow Comments”
    (Let Me See Result)

    Yahh Working Mate… Thanks Bro..

  3. Hi, Niraj. Here’s what I did: everything you say, but to no avail! However I’ve found out that if I insert a comment throught the WordPress admin page, the wpDiscuz comment shows up again. This is, no inner comment, no box.

    I had deleted my working theme, reinstalled it again and now I happen to have two copies on Appearance/Themes page; yet there is only one folder! Got any idea of what is going on? By the way, your worthy advice has been duly noted for future reference. Thanks for your time and your answer.

  4. Hi, Niraj. Here’s what I did: everything you say, but to no avail! However I’ve found out that if I insert a comment throught the WordPress admin page, the wpDiscuz comment shows up again. This is, no inner comment, no box.

    I had deleted my working theme, reinstalled it again and now I happen to have two copies on Appearance/Themes page; yet there is only one folder! Got any idea of what is going on? By the way, your worthy advice has been duly noted for future reference. Thanks for your time and your answer.

  5. The only solution tha works for me was the number 2:

    2. SQL Commands

    As discussed in WordPress support blog, running these SQL commands in your database may help you to fix WordPress Comments are Closed problems

    Open your database, navigate to wp_posts and run these SQL commands one-by-one

    UPDATE wp_posts SET comment_status = REPLACE (comment_status, 'closed', 'open') WHERE post_status = 'publish' AND post_type = 'post';

    UPDATE posts p SET comment_status = 'closed', ping_status = 'closed' WHERE comment_status = 'open';

    UPDATE posts p SET comment_status = 'open', ping_status = 'open' WHERE comment_status = 'closed';

    Just one correction. The second and third statements must be "UPDATE wp_posts" instead of "UPDATE posts",

    just like the first one.

    Of course, you must need to enter into the phpMyAdmin database in yor site, throw the control panel of your website.

    This was the only solution for my problem.

    Hope it helps other people. Thank you.

  6. The only solution tha works for me was the number 2:

    2. SQL Commands

    As discussed in WordPress support blog, running these SQL commands in your database may help you to fix WordPress Comments are Closed problems

    Open your database, navigate to wp_posts and run these SQL commands one-by-one

    UPDATE wp_posts SET comment_status = REPLACE (comment_status, \'closed\', \'open\') WHERE post_status = \'publish\' AND post_type = \'post\';

    UPDATE posts p SET comment_status = \'closed\', ping_status = \'closed\' WHERE comment_status = \'open\';

    UPDATE posts p SET comment_status = \'open\', ping_status = \'open\' WHERE comment_status = \'closed\';

    Just one correction. The second and third statements must be \"UPDATE wp_posts\" instead of \"UPDATE posts\",

    just like the first one.

    Of course, you must need to enter into the phpMyAdmin database in yor site, throw the control panel of your website.

    This was the only solution for my problem.

    Hope it helps other people. Thank you.