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Facebook comments on my website work well except the fact when someone comments on one article that same comment shows up on every article on the website. Obviously, I don't want that. What I did is basically copy and paste code offered on

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I have same problem, tried the solution offered by "juicy scripter" and I get "The comments plugin requires an href parameter." Then I found out juicy's solution should work if you use the XFBML version of the plugin.

i saw the question : Facebook comments, for each page.The answer in this question is that the problem is because of the "?" sign.It seems that "?" sign in the URL make it broken for the Facebook plugin.And I need to change form of URl writing.

It works if your dynamic content has only one query string (for example ?product=). If it has more query strings for the same page, for example &sort= for sorting options, then it won't work properly as the Facebook comment which would appear on sorting option ascending wouldn't appear on the sorting option descending, for example.

You can solve this part by assigning a base URL for that product and then showing the FB comments for that URL on all dynamic pages with that product. For example, you're requesting FB comments for the page ?product=13&sort=asc&type=34 even if &sort and &type are different on that page.

Hmm, I'm confused. You say the site is 7 years old and you cannot change it, but somehow you recently inserted the like plugin into an unchangeable web site. Now you want ways to fix this unchangeable website.

However, it is better to remove the WordPress comment system entirely if you are using the Facebook comment system on your site. Otherwise, spammers and bots will use the WordPress comments to spam your website.

We will be using the Lazy FB Comments plugin for the sake of this tutorial. This free plugin not only adds the Facebook comment system to your site, but it also lazy loads the comments to improve page speed.

After that, you should open the single.php file using a plain text editor like Notepad. Once the file is open, look for the code used by your theme to display comment count and carefully replace it with the following code.

Hi David, Hope you are well, Has this plug in for facebook comments been updated for the new wordpress 4.7.2? And perhaps you might also know of a pinterest plugin that doesnt just show the pictures but also the description below, which works with the latest version of WordPress.

I set up this plugin with a test app. Right before I was due to launch the website, I had to switch over to the new app that was set up for the business the website was built for. When I changed the app ID to the new app, all of the comments kept going to the old app I set up for testing purposes. Even after I deleted the old app, deleted and reinstalled the plugin and verified that the correct app ID was being used in the api call.

Now, I have no way to moderate the comments because that old app is deleted and all the new comments are going to that old app even though the app ID I have in the plugin settings is for the new app ID.

Websites are supposed to be a two-way street. The owner posts news, reviews and articles and the readership posts their comments. Those comments create a lively community that makes the website more engaging and a nicer place to spend time.

If you have used the internet for longer than five minutes, you will already know how divisive comments can be. Some regard comment sections as toxic pools of negativity while others consider them essential to maintain that two-way street.

The plugin supports WordPress Multisite, works with multiple languages, has an optional badge system for gamification and social network login options. There is also a cool voting system you can use to thumb up or down comments which could be useful.

Jetpack Comments is a modest WordPress comments plugin that bolts on to the very powerful Jetpack plugin. This addon enables users to log in and comment using social media accounts. It is compatible with, Twitter, Facebook, or Google accounts.

Disqus is good because a single login means you can comment on any site that uses it without having to login again. There is also the option to use social media to log in. It does have a slight downside in that logging in is mandatory, so anonymous commenting is out.

WpDevArt Facebook Comments is a WordPress comments plugin that allows users to leave comments on your website using their Facebook logins. It helps increase engagement by allowing anyone logged into Facebook to comment and by integrating comments on Facebook into your website comment section.

wpDiscuz is a complete WordPress comments plugin. It provides a new look for the comment section, allows inline comments, live notifications of comments and updates, has a post ratings feature, social media integration, rich editor, supports media, and uses reCAPTCHA to help reduce spam.

We consider wpDiscuz the best comment plugin for WordPress in terms of looks, value, and ease of use. You have different styles to choose from, comments lazy load which helps site performance but also looks cool.

Those features include a default minimum comment length to help avoid spam, an email link to reply directly to commenters, a redirect to thank first-time commenters, the ability to change the parent comment and implement a new, clean design for notification emails.

Comment Approved is a simple plugin that adds an email notification option to any user who leaves a comment on your website. It adds an extra step in the native comments section in WordPress with a checkbox that can be checked to send an email once the comment has been approved.

GraphComment also uses structured data for comments for SEO benefit and has voting options to help increase engagement and the quality of the comments. All data is stored on GraphComment servers but the plugin includes tools to copy all data to your WordPress database.

Lazy Load for Comments is another simple WordPress comments plugin that does one thing well. In this case, the clue is in the name. This plugin is designed to help improve page load speeds and reduce server requests.

No Page Comment is another simple but very effective WordPress comments plugin. This plugin lets you take back control of comments by adding a dashboard that lets you enable or disable comments on posts, pages, and media anywhere on your website.

Rather than bombard commenters with every single reply, Replyable uses machine learning to filter them and only alert on the most relevant. This improves engagement by only highlighting worthy comments. Users can also reply via email, although you may not want to use that as you want them to return.

Leave a comment on a website, get notified of replies via email, and reply to the reply directly from that email. Simple but very effective. You can also send content, comment digests, newsletters, and a whole lot more.

ReplyBox is a hosted platform with a tiny API of less than 100KB. It uses attractive comment templates, integrates with Akismet, uses markdown for emojis, has nested comments for easy navigation, social media login, custom CSS options and works with most WordPress themes like Astra.

Subscribe to Comments Reloaded seeks to tackle the thorny issue of subscribing to comments. It makes it easy for users to control what comments they subscribe to, provides a quick way to unsubscribe, and controls what they are notified about.

A website without a thriving community is just not very engaging and nobody wants that. Creating a community is the number one goal of many websites, yet many seem content to use the basic WordPress comments feature.

Any of these comment plugins for WordPress takes that basic function and improves upon it. Some do one thing well while others offer multiple features. All can help you build a thriving community for your website.

Great article. Straightforward and with lots of useful information. Akismet is my personal favorite WordPress comment plugin as It links to a global spam database to filter out known spammers and it comes installed with the WordPress.

Thank you for such an informative article on the best comment plugins for WordPress. I decided to go with CommentLuv as it is free to use, and it has features of both the WordPress comments plugin and the SEO plugin.

Hello, some posts on my site have a huge number of comments, and I read somewhere a ton of comments slow down page load time. Is there any way to solve this issue, or should I delete old comments from the blog?

Hey guys, I recommend to use Go webP plugin this plugin i use this plugin many time, Go Webp have a Best feature like Optimize your website images using webP or legacy ( .PNG .JPG .JPEG ) image extensions/Formats. This Plugin you can optimize unlimited images of any size.

Thank you for sharing these ideas. Blog commenting is the best way to gather traffic. We are very glad to know about the ideas. The Marketing Muslimah is an online agency that supports its customers to grow its website. Visit our website now.

AJAX realtime comment system with custom comment form and fields. Designed to supercharge WordPress native comments. Super fast and responsive with dozens of features. This is the best alternative to Disqus and Jetpack Comments, if you want to keep your comments in your database.

If you have an active Facebook community, then you may also want to use Facebook comments for your Ghost posts and pages to keep the conversation all in one place. You can do this using the official Facebook Comments plugin.

Click on the Get Code button on the Facebook Comments plugin settings page, and select the Facebook Page you would like to associate with your site comments. We recommend disabling the Collect Analytics feature.

If you do not see any comments on a Facebook post, it might not be an error but a policy measure. Sometimes, Facebook administration itself may temporarily block specific actions like writing comments on it if:


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