Friday, February 22, 2019

Blogger Gplus Shutting Down Comments Configure Disqus Comments For Wordpress And Blogger Hosted Sites

Blogger Gplus Shutting Down  Comments Configure Disqus  Comments For  Wordpress And Blogger Hosted Sites

Hi Everyone if you Are a Blogger user you find a Notice on your Blogger Dashboard Like Below
You can check that Full Link here

Last year in October 2018, Google Plus’s (Google+’s) data was leaked and about 500,000 Profile were affected by this leak. Google acknowledged this issue and announced that they will soon be shutting down Google+. Later, another bug was detected that could result in risking data of about 52.5 Million users. The shutdown timeline has been released by Google. .

After the termination of Google Plus, Blogger users are also becoming apprehensive about their position on the platform. However, Google sets the record straight by stating that they don’t plan to close their free blogging service anytime soon. But they Don’t Do That, Google Shutting
Down the Google Plus G+ platform

G+ Shut Down Comments Switch Disqus

DISQUS is one of the most popular commenting systems out there for blogs. It has a great design and spam filter, is easy to install and use and also automatically adds the nofollow attribute to commenters links.

how to install and configure the Disqus Comment System plugin
 how to install and configure the Disqus Comment System plugin for WordPress. This plugin enables you to easily integrate Disqus comments into a WordPress blog.
Disqus Comment System is a WordPress plugin. You must install WordPress on your site before you can install Disqus Comment System. For information about how to install WordPress,

To install the Disqus Comment System plugin, follow these steps:
Log in to your WordPress site as the administrator.
In the left-hand pane, click Plugins.
Click Add New.
In the Search text box, type disqus, and then click Search Plugins.
In the Name column, locate Disqus Comment System, and then click Install Now.
After WordPress finishes installing the plugin, click Activate Plugin.
After you install the Disqus Comment System plugin, you can configure it.
You must have a Disqus account to configure the plugin. If you do not already have a Disqus account, please visit

  • To configure the plugin, follow these steps:
  • Log in to your WordPress site as the administrator.
  • In the left-hand pane, click Comments.
  • If you receive a message about upgrading the database, click Upgrade.
  • On the Install Disqus Comments page, in the Username or email text box, type your Disqus username.
  • In the Password text box, type your Disqus password.
  • Click Next.
  • Under Select a website, select your Disqus forum, or register a new one.
  • Click Next. WordPress installs Disqus for your blog.

To view or change the plugin settings, click Plugin Settings.
For more information about Disqus, please visit
For more information about the Disqus Comment System plugin for WordPress, please visit


How to install DISQUS Comments on Blogger

a. Sign up to DISQUS here. It will ask you to provide a username, email address and password. It will then ask you your site name, your shortname (unique ID to identify your blog) and to choose a category that your blog fits into.

b. On the settings page in the Admin section it will ask you to choose your platform. You can choose WordPress, Squarespace, Tumblr and more. For this tutorial, we’ll choose Blogger.

c. Click the “Add [name] to my site” which will open a new window with the add a gadget option. Select the blog you want to add it on and click Add Widget. You’ll be redirected to Bloggers Layout page where you’ll see the new gadget. I tend to move it under the blog gadget to keep things organised but that’s not necessary.

d. On DISQUS, choose your site and go to Settings. Here you can change the colour scheme, typeface, moderation rules, avatars and other settings for your comments.

e. If you have existing comments via Blogger, you may want to transfer them into DISQUS. On DISQUS, go to Discussion > Import. You can select the platform and import your comments. It can take up to 24 hours to import depending on how many comments you had.

f. If you’re switching blogging platform (from Blogger to WordPress for example) or have changed your domain you can migrate your comments. On DISQUS, go to Discussion > Tools > Start Domain Migration Wizard and follow the instructions.

g. If you’re using Bloggers default mobile template, you’ll have to enable DISQUS for that separately.

 You can check this in the Template section under Mobile. To enable DISQUS for mobile templates go to Template > Edit HTML and search for disqus, you’ll find something similar to the following

  • <b:widget id='HTML#' locked='false' title='Disqus for #' type='HTML'> ... </b:widget>
  • After locked='false' add mobile='yes' like this
  • <b:widget id='HTML#' locked='false' mobile='yes' title='Disqus for #' type='HTML'> ... </b:widget>

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and save. If you aren’t using a mobile template and are showing the desktop version instead, then DISQUS will be automatically enabled.

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