How to Install Disqus Comment System for WordPress
comment system of all time that is being used by many WordPress bloggers.
Why Disqus Comment System
- Disqus allows site readers to connect and comment with other social media like facebook,google plus,twitter,yahoo ,OpenId and others.
- Disqus is compatible with other blogging platforms.Its easy to move the comments when migrating your blog.
- Site users are allowed to upload images when commenting.
- Disqus appearance looks great.
- There is spam protection that is built in
- Disqus comments are indexed by top search engines like google.
Steps to Install Disqus
1.First step is signing up for Disqus account here and then login.Once logged in you should see below screen.
2.Click the Add To Site gear icon and you will be redirected to below screen.
Click on Start Using Engage Button
3.Fill all the Profile settings as shown in the screen below.
Sitename enter your blog url not name and then select type of your blog,i.e Blog niche.Once all details are finished,Click Finish registration.Below screen will appear.
Below screen will appear.
Now that you have set a community for your blog.You need to install Disqus plugin on your blog.Select WordPress and you will be guide as shown in screen below.
Proceed with Installation process as show above.Go to Plugins->Installed Plugins, then Disqus Comment System.
Click on the Configure Link.A screen show below will appear.This is where some gets problems when Installing Disqus.You will get WordPres upgrade your database button leads to 404 error page .
If the upgrade is successfull,below screen will appear.Where you are supposed to enter your disqus login details i.e Username or Email and then Password
Once logged in you will be able to see all the sites that you have Disqus installed in them.Select the one that is need to be installed and you will be good to go.
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