This tutorial will show you how your visitors can write a comment. You can specify which privileges you wish to extend to your visitors. Basically, you can allow anyone to register/post, or you can require that someone must be registered before they can post a comment. In this example, let's not select either one, and let's see what happens when an unregistered visitor tries to post a comment. The visitor will click to read a post and then try to post a comment. You will see that since this is an unregistered user, the comment has been accepted into the database, but it will not be published until Admin moderation. When you login to your Admin area, you will now see that one comment requires moderation. At this point, you can email the visitor... or edit the comment... or view the comment... or delete this specific comment... or, if you have
several comments to moderate, you can apply a bulk action to all comments. Let's take a look at the results. As you can see, the comment has been successfully added.