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.
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, ...
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.
Go to your Disqus code, There are three script tags, Remove the last one
var bloggerjs = document.createElement('script');
bloggerjs.async = true;
bloggerjs.src = '//' + disqus_shortname + '.disqus.com/...
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You are allowed to have and use multiple accounts, what is a violation of the ToS though is using them to skirt sanctions that were put in place or use them for automated scripts such as voting bots.
You need to (manually) HTML entity encode the HTML entity in order to display a literal HTML entity! In other words:
In fact, you need to manually HTML entity encode most HTML if you want to display the literal HTML in the comment, since Disqus allows you to use several HTML tags in order to format your comments.
Install Disqus to Blogger as you normally would:
Login to Disqus
Add Disqus To Your Site
Register site and add the provided widget code to your Blogger site.
Then, add Google+ commenting to Blogger by editing two multiline sections of the HTML template:
Blogger ➜ Dashboard ➜ Template ➜ Html editor
Replace the code block of
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.
You may be able to join the Polish translation team and provide additional translations for the cases you're looking for.
However, if the tool itself is built with only three conditional cases, Disqus would need to add language-specific cases within "more" in the tool itself before ...