Comments are a way for visitors to add feedback to your posts and pages and can be enabled or disabled.
Comments as a whole are disabled by default and if turned on, are set to be turned off after 14 days from the published date. If you wish to have them enabled, please contact the web team.
Comments can be enabled on a post by post basis. If you choose to enable comments on a post, then a comment form will appear at the bottom of the post and people can respond to what you have written.
Read the WordPress Support - Enable or Disable Comments for instructions on how to enable/disable comments when editing a post via the discussion module to the right of your screen.
You can also turn off comments if you don't want to receive any.
Read the WordPress Support - Enable or Disable Comments website for instructions.
Comments always get held for moderation. The post author will be notified of any comments on their post via email and can then approve/disapprove the comment(s). Approved comments are displayed on the individual posts, not on the blog home page. Click on a post title to see comments.
To view all the comments from your blog posts, click on the Comments link in the dashboard menu.
See the WordPress Support - Manage Comments for instructions.