DISQUS is a third-party comments platform that helps you build an active community from your website's audience. It has awesome features, powerful tools, and it's easy to install.
Display recent comments, popular threads, and other widgets in blocks
Provide comments on any node type or user
Views integration (number of comments)
Single Sign-On ability for your users
Threaded comments and replies
Notifications and reply by email
Subscribe and RSS options
Aggregated comments and social mentions
Powerful moderation and admin tools
Full spam filtering, blacklists and whitelists
Support for Disqus community widgets
Connected with a large discussion community
Increased exposure and readership
This module can automatically update and/or delete your Disqus threads when you
delete/update your nodes.
Visit Disqus configuration page after you installed Disqus API to configure it's
CONTENTS OF THIS FILE
- Known Issues
- Special Thanks
- Coming From Drupal?
Working in Backdrop 1.1 -- needs testing with real accounts and copious content in a large production environment to fully test for all options.
None critical for Backdrop yet.
Sponsors include Disqus, ImageX Media, AETN, Acquia and Examiner.com.
An account at Disqus.com
Install this module using the official Backdrop CMS instructions at https://backdropcms.org/guide/modules
Scott from Level Up Tuts put together a great tutorial on how to install Disqus. He walks you through these steps:
Register your site at Disqus.com
Visit admin/settings/disqus and set your configuration options depending on what you registered with on Disqus, as well as what node types you'd like Disqus comments to be present on.
Enable the "view disqus comments" permission at admin/user/access or admin/user/permission for users you'd like to see the comments
(optional) Disable permissions for site visitors to use normal comments. This is recommended if you are replacing all new comments on your site with the Disqus system. Otherwise, normal comments will remain open on your existing content
(optional) Install the Global Redirect module to enable URL Alias redirects with links from Disqus
Because the libraries module/concept is not yet fully set or taught, the actual Disqus code library is packaged with this module until a 3rd-party code library is agreed upon in Backdrop.
COMING FROM DRUPAL?
Nothing substantially different.
In your Layouts screen, this module installs several Disqus blocks if you would like to use them.
This project is GPL v2 software. See the LICENSE.txt file in this directory for complete text.
This module is based on the Disqus module for Drupal, originally written and maintained by a large number of contributors, including:
Current Maintainers on Drupal:
Ported to Backdrop by:
- biolithic https://github.com/biolithic