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Adding Disqus comments

by Sierra on November 2, 2009 · 16 comments

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A few of you probably noticed this over the weekend: ChildWild has a new comment system. I’ve enabled Disqus comments on my blog, in the hopes of making things more conversational.

The main reason I chose it was so that readers can login and be notified when people respond to their comments. I’m hoping this will get more juicy discussions going. Disqus has a lot of other neat option too. You can have a photo or icon appear next to your comments now.

I encourage you to check it out. Set up a profile, play around, leave a comment.

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  • amadea

    OK!

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  • mirrorlove

    How do we set up profiles and all that?

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  • http://twitter.com/veek Vika Zafrin

    Wow, ok. So if I post a comment using my Twitter authentication, does the comment get posted to my Twitter feed? No == happy.

    (Edited to add: Ooh, yay! It just uses the user credentials, and doesn't touch the feed!)

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  • http://childwild.com Sierra

    great! I came over to answer your question, but you seem to have solved the puzzle!

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  • mikecotton

    Can do.

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  • http://northlighthero.livejournal.com/ NorthLight

    Hmm. Can I learn another new system? Do I need another new web identity? Well, why not?

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  • http://northlighthero.livejournal.com/ NorthLight

    I'd add a picture if I could … but I'm here under Open ID. The box says I'm “Registered” (in a nice yellow panel), and invites me to change name or picture. But when I click 'picture' I get a log-in panel. It asks for my e-mail and 'password' (but I didn't choose a password) and offers the question 'Open ID?' When I click the Open ID link it opens a new blank …

    But no combination I can think of is working. The new blank is unlabeled. I don't want to give Disqus my LJ password or my e-mail account password.

    How should this work for an Open ID sign-in?

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  • moominmolly

    Hiiii!

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  • onecrazymother

    checking it out, playing around, leaving a comment…. and with your recent post, feeling nostalgic for toddlers.

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  • http://www.travel-xian.com/ xian tour

    It's great and really does work to me.

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  • http://www.bweq.com/ Danny

    Disqus goes great with Facebook awesome work Disqus.

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    I like this blog and I used to DISQUS the real benefit in using DISQUS is it gives a commenter a way to login to comment via multiple different services. For example,Twitter,Facebook etc…

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    I like this blog and I used to DISQUS the real benefit in using DISQUS is it gives a commenter a way to login to comment via multiple different services. For example,Twitter,Facebook etc…

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    I like this blog and I used to DISQUS the real benefit in using DISQUS is it gives a commenter a way to login to comment via multiple different services. For example,Twitter,Facebook etc…

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    It’s excellent and really does perform to me.

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    It’s fantastic and really does execute to me.

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