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 Using Facebook Connect with Disqus
COREG FOR SALE, The primary reason I switched from Intense Debate to Disqus, is Disqus’s integration with Facebook Connect. Below I describe why this is important. I then provide a step-by-step ‘how-to’ guide on how to integrate Facebook Connect with Disqus.

[This Post was Updated on April 18, cheap COREG no rx, 2009 to reflect the changes made to the setup process, Buy cheap COREG, both on Disqus and the Facebook developer pages.]

1. Why Facebook Connect is a Big Deal

Discussion via comments draws users back for repeated visits to their site while engaging them in conversation with the blogger and other commenters. Bloggers want traffic to drive more ad sales and, COREG online cod, frankly, Canada, mexico, india, they want more people reading their content. Otherwise, what’s the point?

Users are understandably reluctant to leave comments on blogs, COREG FOR SALE. Most bloggers, including myself, COREG dosage, require users to leave a name, Doses COREG work, email address and an optional URL. The reason for this, at least in my case, is COREG safe, is to weed out spam commenters and to develop a sense of community among commenters. Kjøpe COREG på nett, köpa COREG online, Requiring such information has the unfortunate side effect of dissuading most readers from commenting because they don’t want:

  1. the ‘sign up’ hassle just to leave a comment; and
  2. to provide personally identifying information.

Facebook Connect solves these two problems and provides other terrific benefits.

If the user is already logged into their Facebook account (and if they had previously granted appropriate permissions (see section 3 below)) when they read a blog post they’ll see an “Add New Comment” box like this:

disqus - facebook connect - logged in

They’ll automatically be logged in, ready to leave comments – the blue and white ‘f’ box in the bottom right corner of their picture indicates they are logged in with Facebook, COREG recreational. COREG FOR SALE, All the user has to do is type a comment and click on the ‘Post Comment’ button. That’s it.

With Facebook Connect:

  1. commenters are automatically logged into a blog’s comment system – without doing anything;
  2. commenters do not need to sign up for anything beyond the authorization step described in point 3 below;
  3. commenters do not need to disclose any personally identifying information to the blog;
  4. commenters do not need to have a gravatar account in order to associate their picture with a comment -their Facebook picture is automatically linked to their comment;
  5. the commenter’s name above the comment is automatically linked back to the commenter’s Facebook profile; and most importantly
  6. at the commenter’s option (see picture below), COREG treatment, links to the comment can, appear on the commenter’s Facebook wall/feed for their Facebook friends to see. This has the potential to draw new readers to the blog from a huge pool of Facebook users that would never have found the blog on their own, COREG long term.

facebook connect post confirmation

Sweet!

The few people left on Earth without Facebook accounts can choose to login with a Disqus account, COREG from canadian pharmacy, if they have one, or they can leave posts anonymously by clicking on the ‘Unclaimed’ option.

I’m convinced!

2. What Happens When a Facebook User is Not Logged into Facebook?

If a Facebook user is not currently logged into their Facebook account, COREG gel, ointment, cream, pill, spray, continuous-release, extended-release, they are presented with the generic Disqus ‘Add New Comment’ box:

disqus - facebook connect - add new comment box

Clicking on the ‘F Connect’ button, What is COREG, will log the reader into their Facebook account (via the permissions dialogue – see point 3 below) after which the Facebook-specific ‘Add New Comment’ box with the Facebook photo and ‘f’ icon, depicted two images above, will appear.

3, COREG pictures. Granting Permissions

The first time the user chooses the Facebook Connect option on a given blog, they are presented with the following ‘permission screen’ notifying the user of the consequences of using Facebook Connect on the blog:

 

disqus - facebook connect - permissions screen

4.  How to Integrate Facebook Connect with Disqus

You can view Disqus’ very short original updated set of instructions on how to integrate Facebook Connect in this ‘Disqus – Facebook Connect Setup Page’, COREG FOR SALE. [April 18, COREG brand name, 2009 Update: Despite being updated, as of April 18, 2009, COREG used for, this page still contains factual errors in its setup instructions. Online buying COREG hcl, I have notified the Disqus team and hopefully it will be updated soon].

Or, keep reading. I fill in the gaps and walk you through the process step-by-step below.

4.1 Login to your Disqus Admin/Account Settings page: To begin, COREG samples, login to to your Disqus Admin/Account Settings settings page.

4.2 Check the Facebook Connect Box: Check the box beside the ‘'f  Facebook Connect’ box shown below. Online COREG without a prescription, Notice the ‘(How do I get this ?)’ link (circled in red) under the ‘Enter Facebook API Key’ box. Clicking on this link exposes the five bullet point instructions and the sample Facebook ‘Create App’ form shown below:

disqus - facebook connect settings page

4.3 Objective: Your objective here is to obtain the API Key from Facebook to copy and paste back into the designated field.

4.4 Getting The API Key: COREG FOR SALE, To get the API Key, you’ll need to ‘Set up a New Application’ on Facebook as a Facebook developer. Either click on the ‘fill out a new ‘Create App’ form pointed to by the green arrow above, or click here to go there directly.

If you are not logged into Facebook you’ll be taken through the Facebook login screen.

4.5 If you Are Not Already a Facebook Developer: If you are not already a member of the Facebook Developer group, COREG schedule, you’ll be presented with this ‘Allow Access?’ screen (skip to section 4.6 below if you are already a Facebook developer):

facebook connect - allow access screen
Click ‘Allow’ to proceed. Effects of COREG, If you are not willing to join the Facebook Developer group, you will not be able to enable Facebook Connect in your blog.

Clicking ‘Allow’ brings you to the ‘My Applications’ page:

disqus - facebook connect - my applications screen

Click on the ‘+ Set Up New Applications’ button circled in red above.

4.6 Set Up New Facebook Application:

If you:

  • followed the steps in section 4.5; or
  • were already a Facebook developer, after clicking on the link in section 4.4 above; 

you will be taken to the following Facebook ‘Create Application’ screen:

disqus - facebook connect - create applicatoin screen

  • Fill out the ‘Application Name’ field: In my case ‘The Daleisphere’
  • Click on the radio button beside 'Agree’ if you agree to the Terms of Service; and
  • Click the ‘Save Changes’ button

You’ll be taken to the ‘Basic’ tab Facebook Application settings screen depicted below:

facebook connect - edit settings screen

4.7 Copy/Paste Facebook API Key: Copy and paste the API Keys(blurred and circled in red above)  into the corresponding fields (indicated in section 4.2 above) on the Disqus settings page, COREG images. Don’t forget to click the ‘Save” button at the bottom of your Disqus options page (you may have to wait until after completing step 4.8 before clicking the save button however).

4.8 Edit and Save the Connect & Account Reclamation URL: Fields:

Next click on the ‘Connect’ tab on the Facebook Application settings screen – depicted below:

connect tab on facebook application settings screen

Type in the full URL, Buy COREG online cod, including the ‘http://’ part of your blog’s domain into the ‘Connect URL’ field. Type in just the root/base domain of your blog’s URL in the ‘Account Reclamation URL’ field as indicated in the picture above. 

Scroll down to the bottom of that page and click on the “Save Changes’ button.

4.9 That’s It. Assuming everything went as planned, that should be it.

Your Facebook commenters will be able to leave comments as described in section1 above.

5, COREG FOR SALE. Problems

5.1 Newsfeed Functionality currently Disabled: As of January 26, taking COREG, 2009, COREG price, comments made using Facebook Connect are not fed into a commenter’s Facebook newsfeed/wall. In response to my query on this issue, Disqus Community Manager, after COREG, Giannii, COREG natural, made this remark on the Disqus-Facebook newsfeed being disabled issue:

“Currently, the functionality for comments to post to your newsfeed is
disabled. We are waiting on a few items from Facebook and it will be
good to go.”

Note: As of April 18, get COREG, 2009 the problem identified in the prior section 5.1 is resolved. Where can i find COREG online, I’ll need to do more testing before I can determine whether or not the issues identified in points 5.2 and 5.3 below are solved. They appear to be after some very basic testing.

5.2 ‘That Wasn’t Supposed to Happen’ & Other Errors: Testing Facebook Connect with Disqus on this blog with various browsers on different computers is sometimes resulting in the following error message:

disqus - facebook connect - 'that wasn't supposed to happen' error

COREG FOR SALE, I got that message when trying to post a comment (after having successfully connected to Facebook Connect) using IE 8 in Windows 7 Beta and when using Safari on my iMac. A friend of mine is getting that error in both Firefox and IE 7, on two different XP computers. I tried once again with IE 8 the next day and it worked fine. So the performance seems spotty at best with some browsers.

5.3 Having to Connect with Facebook Connect Over and Over: Jack reported this problem in the comments below and I have also experienced it.  Sometimes when a comment is left with Facebook Connect immediately after another comment was made with Facebook Connect (even in the same blog), the user has to go through the permissioning step discussed in section 3 above, over and over. Disqus is not always remembering previously verified Facebook users. This is not how this is supposed to work. Again.

.

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Using Facebook Connect with Disqus
COREG FOR SALE, The primary reason I switched from Intense Debate to Disqus, is Disqus’s integration with Facebook Connect. Below I describe why this is important. I then provide a step-by-step ‘how-to’ guide on how to integrate Facebook Connect with Disqus.

[This Post was Updated on April 18, cheap COREG no rx, 2009 to reflect the changes made to the setup process, Buy cheap COREG, both on Disqus and the Facebook developer pages.]

1. Why Facebook Connect is a Big Deal

Discussion via comments draws users back for repeated visits to their site while engaging them in conversation with the blogger and other commenters. Bloggers want traffic to drive more ad sales and, COREG online cod, frankly, Canada, mexico, india, they want more people reading their content. Otherwise, what’s the point?

Users are understandably reluctant to leave comments on blogs, COREG FOR SALE. Most bloggers, including myself, COREG dosage, require users to leave a name, Doses COREG work, email address and an optional URL. The reason for this, at least in my case, is COREG safe, is to weed out spam commenters and to develop a sense of community among commenters. Kjøpe COREG på nett, köpa COREG online, Requiring such information has the unfortunate side effect of dissuading most readers from commenting because they don’t want:

  1. the ‘sign up’ hassle just to leave a comment; and
  2. to provide personally identifying information.

Facebook Connect solves these two problems and provides other terrific benefits.

If the user is already logged into their Facebook account (and if they had previously granted appropriate permissions (see section 3 below)) when they read a blog post they’ll see an “Add New Comment” box like this:

disqus - facebook connect - logged in

They’ll automatically be logged in, ready to leave comments – the blue and white ‘f’ box in the bottom right corner of their picture indicates they are logged in with Facebook, COREG recreational. COREG FOR SALE, All the user has to do is type a comment and click on the ‘Post Comment’ button. That’s it.

With Facebook Connect:

  1. commenters are automatically logged into a blog’s comment system – without doing anything;
  2. commenters do not need to sign up for anything beyond the authorization step described in point 3 below;
  3. commenters do not need to disclose any personally identifying information to the blog;
  4. commenters do not need to have a gravatar account in order to associate their picture with a comment -their Facebook picture is automatically linked to their comment;
  5. the commenter’s name above the comment is automatically linked back to the commenter’s Facebook profile; and most importantly
  6. at the commenter’s option (see picture below), COREG treatment, links to the comment can, appear on the commenter’s Facebook wall/feed for their Facebook friends to see. This has the potential to draw new readers to the blog from a huge pool of Facebook users that would never have found the blog on their own, COREG long term.

facebook connect post confirmation

Sweet!

The few people left on Earth without Facebook accounts can choose to login with a Disqus account, COREG from canadian pharmacy, if they have one, or they can leave posts anonymously by clicking on the ‘Unclaimed’ option.

I’m convinced!

2. What Happens When a Facebook User is Not Logged into Facebook?

If a Facebook user is not currently logged into their Facebook account, COREG gel, ointment, cream, pill, spray, continuous-release, extended-release, they are presented with the generic Disqus ‘Add New Comment’ box:

disqus - facebook connect - add new comment box

Clicking on the ‘F Connect’ button, What is COREG, will log the reader into their Facebook account (via the permissions dialogue – see point 3 below) after which the Facebook-specific ‘Add New Comment’ box with the Facebook photo and ‘f’ icon, depicted two images above, will appear.

3, COREG pictures. Granting Permissions

The first time the user chooses the Facebook Connect option on a given blog, they are presented with the following ‘permission screen’ notifying the user of the consequences of using Facebook Connect on the blog:

 

disqus - facebook connect - permissions screen

4.  How to Integrate Facebook Connect with Disqus

You can view Disqus’ very short original updated set of instructions on how to integrate Facebook Connect in this ‘Disqus – Facebook Connect Setup Page’, COREG FOR SALE. [April 18, COREG brand name, 2009 Update: Despite being updated, as of April 18, 2009, COREG used for, this page still contains factual errors in its setup instructions. Online buying COREG hcl, I have notified the Disqus team and hopefully it will be updated soon].

Or, keep reading. I fill in the gaps and walk you through the process step-by-step below.

4.1 Login to your Disqus Admin/Account Settings page: To begin, COREG samples, login to to your Disqus Admin/Account Settings settings page.

4.2 Check the Facebook Connect Box: Check the box beside the ‘'f  Facebook Connect’ box shown below. Online COREG without a prescription, Notice the ‘(How do I get this ?)’ link (circled in red) under the ‘Enter Facebook API Key’ box. Clicking on this link exposes the five bullet point instructions and the sample Facebook ‘Create App’ form shown below:

disqus - facebook connect settings page

4.3 Objective: Your objective here is to obtain the API Key from Facebook to copy and paste back into the designated field.

4.4 Getting The API Key: COREG FOR SALE, To get the API Key, you’ll need to ‘Set up a New Application’ on Facebook as a Facebook developer. Either click on the ‘fill out a new ‘Create App’ form pointed to by the green arrow above, or click here to go there directly.

If you are not logged into Facebook you’ll be taken through the Facebook login screen.

4.5 If you Are Not Already a Facebook Developer: If you are not already a member of the Facebook Developer group, COREG schedule, you’ll be presented with this ‘Allow Access?’ screen (skip to section 4.6 below if you are already a Facebook developer):

facebook connect - allow access screen
Click ‘Allow’ to proceed. Effects of COREG, If you are not willing to join the Facebook Developer group, you will not be able to enable Facebook Connect in your blog.

Clicking ‘Allow’ brings you to the ‘My Applications’ page:

disqus - facebook connect - my applications screen

Click on the ‘+ Set Up New Applications’ button circled in red above.

4.6 Set Up New Facebook Application:

If you:

  • followed the steps in section 4.5; or
  • were already a Facebook developer, after clicking on the link in section 4.4 above; 

you will be taken to the following Facebook ‘Create Application’ screen:

disqus - facebook connect - create applicatoin screen

  • Fill out the ‘Application Name’ field: In my case ‘The Daleisphere’
  • Click on the radio button beside 'Agree’ if you agree to the Terms of Service; and
  • Click the ‘Save Changes’ button

You’ll be taken to the ‘Basic’ tab Facebook Application settings screen depicted below:

facebook connect - edit settings screen

4.7 Copy/Paste Facebook API Key: Copy and paste the API Keys(blurred and circled in red above)  into the corresponding fields (indicated in section 4.2 above) on the Disqus settings page, COREG images. Don’t forget to click the ‘Save” button at the bottom of your Disqus options page (you may have to wait until after completing step 4.8 before clicking the save button however).

4.8 Edit and Save the Connect & Account Reclamation URL: Fields:

Next click on the ‘Connect’ tab on the Facebook Application settings screen – depicted below:

connect tab on facebook application settings screen

Type in the full URL, Buy COREG online cod, including the ‘http://’ part of your blog’s domain into the ‘Connect URL’ field. Type in just the root/base domain of your blog’s URL in the ‘Account Reclamation URL’ field as indicated in the picture above. 

Scroll down to the bottom of that page and click on the “Save Changes’ button.

4.9 That’s It. Assuming everything went as planned, that should be it.

Your Facebook commenters will be able to leave comments as described in section1 above.

5, COREG FOR SALE. Problems

5.1 Newsfeed Functionality currently Disabled: As of January 26, taking COREG, 2009, COREG price, comments made using Facebook Connect are not fed into a commenter’s Facebook newsfeed/wall. In response to my query on this issue, Disqus Community Manager, after COREG, Giannii, COREG natural, made this remark on the Disqus-Facebook newsfeed being disabled issue:

“Currently, the functionality for comments to post to your newsfeed is
disabled. We are waiting on a few items from Facebook and it will be
good to go.”

Note: As of April 18, get COREG, 2009 the problem identified in the prior section 5.1 is resolved. Where can i find COREG online, I’ll need to do more testing before I can determine whether or not the issues identified in points 5.2 and 5.3 below are solved. They appear to be after some very basic testing.

5.2 ‘That Wasn’t Supposed to Happen’ & Other Errors: Testing Facebook Connect with Disqus on this blog with various browsers on different computers is sometimes resulting in the following error message:

disqus - facebook connect - 'that wasn't supposed to happen' error

COREG FOR SALE, I got that message when trying to post a comment (after having successfully connected to Facebook Connect) using IE 8 in Windows 7 Beta and when using Safari on my iMac. A friend of mine is getting that error in both Firefox and IE 7, on two different XP computers. I tried once again with IE 8 the next day and it worked fine. So the performance seems spotty at best with some browsers.

5.3 Having to Connect with Facebook Connect Over and Over: Jack reported this problem in the comments below and I have also experienced it.  Sometimes when a comment is left with Facebook Connect immediately after another comment was made with Facebook Connect (even in the same blog), the user has to go through the permissioning step discussed in section 3 above, over and over. Disqus is not always remembering previously verified Facebook users. This is not how this is supposed to work. Again.

.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=776450619 Dale Dietrich

    OK, I just checked this again and you are right Jack. My comments here using Facebook Connect are NOT showing up in Facebook (either in my friend's account or mine).

    I was mixing up my friend feed feeds – they ARE showing up in Facebook but not these. I wonder if I have to do something else as a “Facebook Developer” in order to make this work. There was nothing else in the Disqus instructions suggesting I had to do anything more.

    Still not a deal breaker for me … but a bit upsetting.

    Perhaps it requires some additional time for my API keys etc. to flow through all their servers?

  • http://www.daleisphere.com Dale Dietrich

    Jack:

    Gianni got back to me about this in response to a query I left on the Disqus Forum (see new section 5.1 above). He said:

    “Currently, the functionality for comments to post to your newsfeed is
    disabled. We are waiting on a few items from Facebook and it will be
    good to go.”

    http://blog.disqus.net/2008/12/23/facebook-conn
    So it looks like this function will be coming soon. Note also that I added a new section 5.3 to reflect the fact that you have to keep logging in sometimes. I have now experienced that too. Grr.

  • http://www.daleisphere.com Dale Dietrich

    Jack:

    Gianni got back to me about this in response to a query I left on the Disqus Forum (see new section 5.1 above). He said:

    “Currently, the functionality for comments to post to your newsfeed is
    disabled. We are waiting on a few items from Facebook and it will be
    good to go.”

    http://blog.disqus.net/2008/12/23/facebook-conn
    So it looks like this function will be coming soon. Note also that I added a new section 5.3 to reflect the fact that you have to keep logging in sometimes. I have now experienced that too. Grr.

  • http://www.daleisphere.com Dale Dietrich

    Jack:

    Gianni got back to me about this in response to a query I left on the Disqus Forum (see new section 5.1 above). He said:

    “Currently, the functionality for comments to post to your newsfeed is
    disabled. We are waiting on a few items from Facebook and it will be
    good to go.”

    http://blog.disqus.net/2008/12/23/facebook-conn
    So it looks like this function will be coming soon. Note also that I added a new section 5.3 to reflect the fact that you have to keep logging in sometimes. I have now experienced that too. Grr.

  • http://www.daleisphere.com Dale Dietrich

    Jack:

    Gianni got back to me about this in response to a query I left on the Disqus Forum (see new section 5.1 above). He said:

    “Currently, the functionality for comments to post to your newsfeed is
    disabled. We are waiting on a few items from Facebook and it will be
    good to go.”

    So it looks like this function will be coming soon. Note also that I added a new section 5.3 to reflect the fact that you have to keep logging in sometimes. I have now experienced that too. Grr.

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    Dale,

    Followed you from my post at home office envy. This Disqus integration appears to have nothing to do with the FB Connect Comment Widget that was released recently (correct?)

    One of the problems I have with the latter is that it doesn't record comment counts in WP (since it was not exclusively meant for WP) – I assume Disqus is for WP blogs and so it would be integrated. Also, as I'm typing this comment, I see that there's no option to check “Post comments to my profile” – will this be posted by default to my profile? I suppose I'll find out shortly.

    Thanks.

  • Facebook User

    Dale,

    Followed you from my post at home office envy. This Disqus integration appears to have nothing to do with the FB Connect Comment Widget that was released recently (correct?)

    One of the problems I have with the latter is that it doesn't record comment counts in WP (since it was not exclusively meant for WP) – I assume Disqus is for WP blogs and so it would be integrated. Also, as I'm typing this comment, I see that there's no option to check “Post comments to my profile” – will this be posted by default to my profile? I suppose I'll find out shortly.

    Thanks.

  • Facebook User

    Dale,

    Followed you from my post at home office envy. This Disqus integration appears to have nothing to do with the FB Connect Comment Widget that was released recently (correct?)

    One of the problems I have with the latter is that it doesn't record comment counts in WP (since it was not exclusively meant for WP) – I assume Disqus is for WP blogs and so it would be integrated. Also, as I'm typing this comment, I see that there's no option to check “Post comments to my profile” – will this be posted by default to my profile? I suppose I'll find out shortly.

    Thanks.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=729092847 Long H. Duong

    Dale,

    Followed you from my post at home office envy. This Disqus integration appears to have nothing to do with the FB Connect Comment Widget that was released recently (correct?)

    One of the problems I have with the latter is that it doesn't record comment counts in WP (since it was not exclusively meant for WP) – I assume Disqus is for WP blogs and so it would be integrated. Also, as I'm typing this comment, I see that there's no option to check “Post comments to my profile” – will this be posted by default to my profile? I suppose I'll find out shortly.

    Thanks.

  • http://www.daleisphere.com Dale Dietrich

    Yes, indeed, the Facebook Connect Comment Widget is very different from what Disqus is doing.

    As I understand it, the FBC Comment Widget is designed for stand-alone bloggers and websites to integrate Facebook Connect into their sites. When I last checked it has very limited functionality compared to what Disqus provides for us. For example, in this post:

    http://www.blogjer.com/2009/02/23/comments-box-

    they say the widget does not leave the comment in your actual blog database. That's rather odd and not very useful.

    The Comment Widget, effectively is trying to solve the same problem as Disqus' Facebook Connect functionality provides … it just doesn't do it as well nor in a way that is useful to most bloggers who want to 'own' their comments.

    Diqus works on more than just WP blogs. It supports a half dozen different blogging platforms directly and provides instructions on how to use it with other less common blogs

  • http://www.daleisphere.com Dale Dietrich

    Yes, indeed, the Facebook Connect Comment Widget is very different from what Disqus is doing.

    As I understand it, the FBC Comment Widget is designed for stand-alone bloggers and websites to integrate Facebook Connect into their sites. When I last checked it has very limited functionality compared to what Disqus provides for us. For example, in this post:

    http://www.blogjer.com/2009/02/23/comments-box-

    they say the widget does not leave the comment in your actual blog database. That's rather odd and not very useful.

    The Comment Widget, effectively is trying to solve the same problem as Disqus' Facebook Connect functionality provides … it just doesn't do it as well nor in a way that is useful to most bloggers who want to 'own' their comments.

    Diqus works on more than just WP blogs. It supports a half dozen different blogging platforms directly and provides instructions on how to use it with other less common blogs

  • http://www.daleisphere.com Dale Dietrich

    Yes, indeed, the Facebook Connect Comment Widget is very different from what Disqus is doing.

    As I understand it, the FBC Comment Widget is designed for stand-alone bloggers and websites to integrate Facebook Connect into their sites. When I last checked it has very limited functionality compared to what Disqus provides for us. For example, in this post:

    http://www.blogjer.com/2009/02/23/comments-box-

    they say the widget does not leave the comment in your actual blog database. That's rather odd and not very useful.

    The Comment Widget, effectively is trying to solve the same problem as Disqus' Facebook Connect functionality provides … it just doesn't do it as well nor in a way that is useful to most bloggers who want to 'own' their comments.

    Diqus works on more than just WP blogs. It supports a half dozen different blogging platforms directly and provides instructions on how to use it with other less common blogs

  • http://www.daleisphere.com Dale Dietrich

    Yes, indeed, the Facebook Connect Comment Widget is very different from what Disqus is doing. The FBC Comment Widget is designed for stand-alone bloggers and websites to integrate Facebook Connect into their sites. When I last checked it has very limited functionality compared to what Disqus provides for us. The Comment Widget, effectively is trying to solve the same problem as Disqus' Facebook Connect functionality provides … it just doesn't do it as well.

    Diqus works on more than just WP blogs. It supports a half dozen different blogging platforms directly and provides instructions on how to use it with other less common blogs

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    Hi Dale,

    Just a quick one to let you know there's a limited roll-out trial of Facebook Connect on Intensedebate – you can see it in action here:
    http://diaspora.ie/starship/2009/06/intensedeba

    Feel free to try it out / leave a message.

    Slainte!

    Mick

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    Excellent. Thanks for the info Slainte.

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  • darekjones

    I like commenting using DISQUS. But I am really confused about the. Like, what would would happen to the comments, when Disqus won't be providing the service anymore?

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  • http://www.daleisphere.com Dale Dietrich

    Both Disqus and Intense Debate write comments both to their servers and to your WordPress MySQL database so that if you leave Disqus or ID all your comments remain. If this wasn't the case I wouldn't use either. The only problems with this is that if you edit or delete a comment with ID or Disqus this does not delete or edit the underlying comment left on your database. This is a big problem for those of us wanting the option to leave. So, whenever I edit or delete a comment I go into the underlying comments and edit/delete them.

    You'll also loose structure. Disqus does not save the structure of comments (ie: the indenting / threading). I'm not sure about Intense Debate. If you leave Disqus you'll loose the structure.

    …Dale

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  • http://www.daleisphere.com Dale Dietrich

    I'm not concerned that Disqus will die. I'm concerned that if I choose to leave Disqus one day for a better commentint system that I'll loose the structure of all my comments (eg: the indents in this discussion) and, to the extent I do not edit/delete comments in my database when I edit/delete them here – or when users edit their own comments, my historical comments will not syc up exactly with the comments as they were just before I left Disqus.

    These are issues Disqus obviously knows about but they don't have a big incentive to fix them because fixing them makes it easier for people to leave Disqus. The problems are not well known to prospective new Disqus users for there to be much of a demand from them to have them fixed before moving to Disqus.

    So, I expect they may never be fixed and when/if I leave Disqus one day, I'll leave with a somewhat hobbled set of comments.

  • Nate Pilling

    Thank you so much for this writeup! The step-by-step was very helpful. Thanks!

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  • http://www.daleisphere.com Dale Dietrich

    Terrific. It's good to know the post is still useful with the newer versions of Disqus and WordPress.

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    Thanks for the information. Feel a bit ridiculous that I spent half the day trying to figure it out with the Disqus help pages. Your post took me all of 10 mins. Where do I apply to Disqus to get my time value back?

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    are you using a WP theme that is based on Kubric? I'm guessing you aren't, because Disqus integrates nicely with most Kubric-based themes.

  • http://www.daleisphere.com Dale Dietrich

    You guessed right. I'm not using a Kubric-based theme. Nonetheless, Disqus integrates just fine, as you can see :)

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    I'm having a problem getting Facebook Connect to work in my blog. I've created several applications just like you instructed but when I try clicking on the facebook connect button on my blog–a facebook page loads that says “The page requested cannot be found”. Ive tried several application with different API keys to no avail.

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