1. How do I comment on a photo or video? By default, anyone who a member can comment on photos or videos uploaded to iKnifeCollector. If you see the "comment wall" under a photo or video, you can comment on it. Just start typing in the box underneath the photo or video you want to comment on!
2. Who can comment on my profile? Comments to your profile appear under your My Page tab at the bottom of the middle column. Any person who is a member can comment on your profile, and you can comment on any person's profile. You can, however, turn on comment moderation for your profile. Go to your My Page tab and locate the Comment Wall. Click the "Edit" button in the header and click the "Yes - approve comments first" option. Click save. You will now be able to review comments to your profile before they are made public.
3. Can I delete a comment I make on someone's profile? Yes, just click on the red "X" button next to the comment you want to delete.
4. Can I delete someone's comment on my profile? Yes, just click on the red "X" button next to the comment you want to delete.
5. Who can comment on my photos and videos? By default, any member can comment on your photos and videos. To change this setting, click the "My Settings" link in the right column of the page. You can choose to have anyone, just your friends, or just you comment on your photos and videos. I just posted a comment on someone's blog. Why does it say it has to be approved? If that person has decided to moderate comments, your comment will only show up once they have viewed and approved it.
6. Why does a blog post say comments are closed? Members have the power to control whether or not people can comment on their posts. If the blogger has decided not to allow comments for a post, you will not be able to comment on it.
7. Why don't I see the comment wall under a specific blog post, photo, or video? If you are a member of iKnifeCollector and don't see the comment wall for a specific blog post, photo, or video, the member who wrote the post changed the privacy setting of comments for that blog post.