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As shown in the image, below the comment text-area there is an information section I do not want to show. How do I remove the part highlighted in red?

Druapl core comment format

I want the comments to appears as they do on StackExchange, where user just have a text-area for entering their comments.

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  • That is the part selecting which input format the users are using. Why would you take it off? – kiamlaluno Feb 20 '16 at 21:26
  • In terms of look and feel, it appearance very odd, you can see the stakexchange's comment box, clean and clear. hence I need that way in drupal 7. – CodeNext Feb 20 '16 at 21:31
  • Stack Exchange doesn't allow to use more than one input format; that is the reason it doesn't have that part. – kiamlaluno Feb 20 '16 at 22:09
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Simplify module is what you are looking for. Besides hiding the text format selection, it has a few more settings to hide, which really "simplifies" the user interface.

Simplify allows particular fields to be hidden from the user interface. This helps to de-clutter forms and present a more user-friendly experience to content editors.

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Stack Exchange doesn't allow to use more than one input format

You can use the better formats module to allow 1 format, just like SE, which will get rid of the text format box.

Better Formats

  • Set allowed text formats per field.
  • Set default order of text formats per field.
  • Hide format tips per role.
  • Hide more format tips link per role.
  • Hide format selection per role per entity.
  • Currently only works on Field API fields on fieldable entities implementing core style text processing. The good thing is that is most things in core and contrib.

The rest you will have to css { display none: } it away

If anyone knows a better way, I'd like to hear it.

Actually, reading this I just realised there is a hide format tips per role :O

Perhaps that will get rid off the rest? :O

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