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Latest Comments Block

WordPress Gutenberg Blocks – Latest Comments

This tutorial is part of our WordPress Gutenberg: The Ultimate Guide For Non-Technical WordPress Users series.

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Latest Comments Block Description

The Latest Comments Block displays a list of your site’s most recent comments.

(Add Post Comments to WordPress using the Latest Comments Block)

How To Use The Latest Comments Block

To add a Latest Comments Block:

Let’s go through the above steps:

First, create a new post or page or open an existing post or page and either:

Click on the ‘Add Block’ tool and select a ‘Latest Comments’ block …

(‘Add Block’ Tool – Add Latest Comments Block)

Or, select a Latest Comments Block in the Content Area

(Add a Latest Comments Block from the Content Area)

After adding a Latest Comments Block, you can:

How To Edit A Latest Comments Block

To edit a Latest Comments Block:

Change the alignment of your comments using the Block Editor

(Latest Comments Block – Edit comment alignment)

Change your comment settings in the Block Settings section …

(Latest Comments Block – Edit comment settings)

Remember to update and publish your post or page to save your settings.

How To Remove A Latest Comments Block

To delete or remove a Latest Comments Block:

(Remove a Latest Comments Block)

Additionally …

Latest Comments Block Tools, Options & Settings

The Latest Comments Block includes tools, options, and settings for:

Latest Comments Block Editor

(Latest Comments Block Editor)

The Latest Comments Block Editor includes tools that let you perform the following operations:

(Latest Comments Block Editor)

Latest Comments Block Settings

(Latest Comments Block Settings)

Latest Comments Block settings include:

(Latest Comments Block Settings)

Latest Comments Block – Additional Info

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Congratulations! Now you know how to use the WordPress Gutenberg content editor Latest Comments Block.

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