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Found a way of doing it! Wrap it in PermalinkPagination blocks: {block:PermalinkPagination} ...disqus code... {/block:PermalinkPagination} PermalinkPagination only shows on posts (actually, it only shows on posts if they have a previous and/or a next post, so it won't work on blogs with only one post) and not static pages. You can use it within the ...


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Wrapping the comment script in {block:Date} {/block:Date} seems to work, although it is a bit of a nasty hack. This works because {block:Date} is only rendered for posts with a date, which don't exist on the ask, submit, and static pages.


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Are you sure Disqus is adding it ? It's some kind of stat tracking hashtag and I am a bit sure it is by AddThis (might be some other site too). If you have AddThis share widget on your web page then you probably have enabled tracking for it, to get rid of it just remove this line of code from the AddThis snippet : <script type="text/javascript">var ...


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You would want to register a new shortname to get a completely clean slate. You can do this by uninstalling the plugin, then reinstalling. Then during configuration, select "Create new site" instead of choosing an existing one.


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Screening comments is only available in "Disqus Classic", not Disquis 2012, as noted in this help article. There is more information on Disquis 2012 and how to turn it on and off at this FAQ. To enable screening, the instructions in the first link suggest: Screening options can be found at the Disqus admin > Settings > Moderators page. You can choose ...


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Don't know if this is the one you're referring to, but we have been looking into UserVoice, which can outsource feature requests, "Feedback", and "Helpdesk" for your site. I like the fact that it resembles Stack Exchange. :)


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It's managed in Disqus settings not in Tumblr. Log into your Disqus account Go to the account that needs the change (the first page when logged in is the dashboard) Click on Settings (the right-most tab) Click on Appearance Scroll down to the Comment Count Link group of settings (almost at the ened of the page) There you'll see three editable text fields ...


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I have personally never used Disqus on a web-developer/administration level, but as a user (reading + posting) on several Blogs such as Notch's Minecraft Blog (oops he disabled commenting!), I've noticed that it tends to have some serious issues handling large amounts of users/posts. The most apparent issue is the random disappearance of comments, ...


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We made a one at http://forum.mctraveler.eu/ It is simple visitors can create threads/posts which then will be threaded in the disqus style. The "forum" is only made out of static files, html and javascript. We have also hosted it on Amazon S3 in the past. You can copy it, you will need to save the index.html and forum.js. Change the shortname and API ...


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According to the Disqus help docs it looks like you either get all of the notifications or none of them. http://help.disqus.com/customer/portal/articles/466221-managing-notifications


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By installing an extension/add-on that does it, like Ghostery. It blocks/removes a lot of things, but you can just select Disqus out of the preferences list and that’s it. Note that blocking some “bugs,” as they are called by Ghostery, means blocking JavaScript scripts, which might lead to some related errors on different pages, depending on various ...


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Now that Disqus 2012 is out, if you want to change the text of your comment count, you have to temporarily disable Disqus 2012 to access the "Appearance" tab.


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I looked into this as well. From what I could find you can not pin a specific comment to always be at the top of the comment thread. You can however set the order of the comments to be more "Recent" or "Best". Using the "Best" sort option might give you somethings close to what you are looking for though.


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This refers to the date that the thread was created in the Disqus system. The Disqus thread being loaded for "Cube" has a createdAt timestamp of "2013-05-10T17:37:29" despite listing a post timestamp of 2013-02-10 Just to recap, a thread is created when the page is first visited when the Disqus embed is loaded. In cases of websites that just added Disqus, ...


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Yes you can. The option is available in your Disqus settings, the URL is http://siteID.disqus.com/admin/settings/ (replace siteID with yours site's profile id). Now switch to the Discovery tab and choose a Discovery Level for your Disqus comments. If you don't want any comment feed under your comments, then choose "Just comments" from the options. Save ...


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Disqus 2012 gives you the option to sort the comments. Click on the drop down next to Discussion and select how you want comments to be sorted.


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Go to your Disqus Admin panel Find the comment from the thread you want to close. Click anywhere on the comment to expand it. Hover the mouse over the Find... button and list menu will appear where the last option is All comments from this thread, click it. In the new page, there will be the Close button in the right sidebar.


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I used the fact that the {PostID} variable is empty for static pages. So declare a CSS class like this: .hiddenOnStaticPages { display: none; } Then wrap the comments link (and the actual comments) in a div like this: <div class="hiddenOnStaticPages{PostID}"> Comment HTML goes here... </div>


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I'm wondering if jfusion could do this. Jfusion will automatically generate forum topics for new blog posts, and I believe it will also sync comments between the blog and forum. Haven't used it for a few years though, so I'm not sure if its deprecated



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