I’ve just removed Disqus comments, since nobody uses them. The one time someone actually did was to correct me, and I’ve already edited that into the post itself.
I’ve noticed that nobody’s bothered to comment using Disqus on my blog since I’ve installed it. I suppose it’s easier to reblog something (or reply to it, if that’s applicable). I installed Disqus mainly to avoid indentation nightmares like this, and maybe this, concerning actual discussion posts, if people reply too many times.
I don’t know, it seems that the longest discussions still don’t have problems. In any case though, it’s there, and I’ve explained how to use it.
I’ve installed Disqus to my blog, so now you can comment on my posts. (Making a Disqus commenter account is optional. See how to comment without one below.) I originally did this for discussion posts, but this works for any post.
If you want to share stuff I post, then by all means reblog it and (optionally) add remarks. But things get messy after a while with indentations, and that’s why I didn’t want to leave it to reblogging to reply.
How do I use it? It depends on where you’re seeing my post.
If you’re on my blog, just click “# Comments and # Reactions” to head to the Disqus discussion.
If you’re on your dashboard, you have two options:
- Click the top-right corner of the post (it should turn into a folded page corner).
- Click “Share”, then “Permalink”.
I don’t want to make an account. Don’t worry, you don’t have to. After you’ve entered your comment, Click “Name” under “Pick a name”, then check “I’d rather post as guest”. No account needed. (You’ll still have to enter a name and an e-mail address, though.)
You can access this through the short URL /t/disqus