Comment Policy

Code Play Love is a resource that provides tips and tools for learning to code and playing with WordPress. One of the best ways to help you is to encourage interaction on this site by allowing comments. To give you a great experience while you’re here, we have created a policy to make sure everyone plays nice.

We love and appreciate every comment, and will read every one. However, if your comment does not follow our comment policy, it will be edited or deleted. If you continue to post comments that do not follow our policy, this could result in a permanent ban of your IP address, domain, and/or your email address.


How can I get support for a problem on my site?

If you have a specific question about a tutorial posted on the site, please post a comment on that post. We will try to answer all questions posted.

If you have a question about code issues on your own site that do not pertain to the current tutorial, please do not post this in the comments. Instead, please visit us on our next Techy Tuesday and ask your question then. Or, you can contact us directly through our Contact Form. If you need help with a bigger project, please contact Laurie at Code Diva. Please do not post any personal information in the comments, or your comment will be deleted.

I left a comment and it’s disappeared. What happened?

If you’ve left a comment on a post and it does not appear within a reasonable amount of time (1 – 2  business days), and it follows our comment policy, please contact us. If your comment does not conform with our policy against spam, we have deleted it without notice.

Comment Policy

Comment Name

Please do not use the Name field to stuff keywords. Use your name or nickname for commenting. If you try to stuff the name with keywords, your comment will be flagged as spam and deleted.


Please use a valid email address, as it is required to leave your comment. Your email will not be published or shared at any time. Email addresses that look like spam or are invalid addresses will be flagged as spam and deleted.


The is an English-speaking blog, so please leave your comments in English, as we want all comments to be helpful to our readers. Please remember this is a family-friendly site (I try to never write anything I wouldn’t say in front of my grandmother), so we reserve the right to edit and/or delete any comment we feel is blatant self-promotion, over-the-top potty-mouthed, or hateful or hurtful to any of the authors on their site or the people they love, or to people in general. Please practice considerate commenting etiquette and play nice.

The Comment

Please try to stay on topic with your comment. If you run off on an inappropriate tangent, discuss something completely unrelated to the tutorial, or try to lure readers to your product or service, your comment could be edited or deleted. Spam comments will just be deleted because spam offers nothing to the conversation.


We’re always on the lookout for cool resources or new-to-us tools. That said, please do not fill your comments with links. Any more than 2 links per comment will suggest it is a spam comment and your comment will be reviewed. Please note that there is a box in the comment form for the URL of your site, which will be linked to from your name. As such, please do not sign your comment with another link to your site, as this will be removed.

Hold Harmless

All comments left on Code Play Love are the responsibility of the commenter, not any author of Code Play Love or Code Diva. By leaving a comment on our blog, you agree that the comment content is your own, and you agree to hold Code Diva and Code Play Love harmless from any and all repercussions, damages, or liability.

If you have any questions regarding this policy, please contact us.

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