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    Hi Danny

    I am populating my blog with a post: http://balkonihijau.com/how-to-get-rid-of-rust-stubborn-stains-on-stainless-steel-stove/
    But I notice a lot of little things that is off and making the post look less professional:

    1. When I started to populate the post with content, I notice that the comment section at the bottom is missing. How can I get it back as the comment check box is already ticked.

    2. How do I get the sidebar on the right to show recent other posts?

    3. I have a few questions about weird spaces in the post:
    a. I want to decrease the space between the content of ‘Problem’ with the headline of’Solution’. The space is too big.
    b. Similarly, I want to decrease the space between the headline ‘Summary” with the counters.

    4. At the bottom page, the share icons are on the left. How can I make this center?

    Helmi

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    Danny
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    Hi Helmi,

    Thanks for writing in!

    Please find below the answer for your questions:

    1, 2: The problem was caused by you’re using the WPBakery Page Builder, the blog comment & sidebar, author info only work with the default WordPress editor. You can try to go to your Dashboard > Appearances > Customize > System, and set the “Auto activate Visual Composer for Post?” option to “No”. Then you can set the Blog Single layout with sidebar in Appearances > Customize > Blog > Single Layout.

    3ab. You’re using WPBakery Page Builder, so you can feel fee to change the padding between Rows/Sections as in the screenshot here:

    4. This is a 3rd p[arty plugin (JetPack), but not a theme feature. But you can center it by adding the code below to your Dashboard > Appearances > Customize > Addition CSS:

    .sharedaddy {text-align: center;}

    Hope this helps,
    Danny

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