Some bloggers who installed the Disqus comment system to their blogger blog platform complained that it is not loading on their blog’s mobile view. So I decide to come up with this short post to help solve that minor issue.
Are you using the blogger blog platform? Have you installed the disqus commenting system yet? If your answer is yes, then you’ll notice that the platform is not coming up when using your mobile phone to get access to your blog mobile view.
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Do you know that enabling the disqus commenting system on mobile view does not need that much skill but a good guide?
If you follow my earlier post on how to enable disqus commenting system, you’ll realize that installing the widget won’t be a problem, right? But if in any way you have not installed the comment system and you want to do so, do read my simple guide that will walk you through the process.
If you use my guide to install the widget, please do try as much to check your blog using a mobile and tell me what you get.
One reason you need to enable Disqus on your mobile view.
If it’s not enabled for your mobile users, the default comment system will either be served to your mobile users or you will not have a comment section for your mobile users. This in essence, will piss off or confuse your commentators.
Simple Fix on Disqus Not Showing on Blogger Blog Mobile View
If you have installed the disqus commenting system on your blogger blog, then do follow the simple step below to activate it on your mobile site.
The Simple Step
Go back to your blogger blog dashboard >>> Click “Template” – located by the left side of your side bar.
In your Template area, click “Edit HTML” >>> See Screenshot below
Now that we are inside of our blog’s HTML, let’s find some tags and add or edit them 🙂
To make the search easy, click inside the code area and press the Ctrl + f key simultaneously. Doing so, a search bar will be displayed by the top right hand side.
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Now search for a similar code like the one below;
[code]<b:widget id=’HTML1′ locked=’false’ title=’Disqus for My Demo Number one’ type=’HTML’>[/code]
Have you seen it? If not, see a screenshot below…
Now, to make the Disqus comment system work on mobile view, simply add mobile=’yes’ code to the above line. Doing so, it will look like the below code;
[code]<b:widget id=’HTML1′ locked=’false’ mobile=’yes’ title=’Disqus for My Demo Number one’ type=’HTML’>[/code]
See the image below to know what I mean…
Have you done that? Now, click “Save Template” and you’re done with the tutorial.
Go check your blog using a mobile phone and see if it shows.
I made the tutorial simple enough to understand, but if you did not understand, simply drop your comment below and I will surely help you ASAP.
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20 thoughts on “Simple Fix on Disqus Not Showing on Blogger Blog Mobile View”
That’s a helpful tutorial indeed 🙂
I might have used this when I was on Blogger’s and had Discus, now I have neither. However, I wonder what one can do for WordPress, just in case I plan to switch to Discus. Is the process the same, somewhat? I know many of my friends are using Discus, so this would help them, but they are on WordPress.
Thanks for sharing. Have a nice weekend 🙂
You know, they fix this issue on the WordPress platform. Except if you want to install the disqus manually.
Thanks for stopping by and dropping your comment. Do have a beautiful weekend…
Thanks for sharing. Though I am no longer using Blogger, it is a good and solid piece of advise.
Have a great week ahead and take care!
The blogger blog platform is a nice platform that most techie are focusing on more… Though, I am using WordPress but i do have mini blogs running on the blogger platform 😉
Thanks for the comment man.
What a lovely post to help we the blogger users who wants to use the disqus platform.
I do find this post helpful because i did follow your previous tutorial.
Thanks and do have a beautiful week me bro
It’s good to know that you followed my previous tutorial and it is also good to know that you’ll be fixing this common issue.
Thanks and do have a beautiful week ahead…
Wow that’s a Amazing & Beautiful 🙂 explanation about to Fix Disqus But I wanna know can this simple way also can work in WordPress ?
If you did install the disqus using a plugin, then no need for this step. But if you do install using the manual method, then it is necessary for this step 🙂
Thanks for stopping by and dropping your comment.
Do have a good weekend…
Thanks for the wonderful share. i actually faced exactly this problem initially when i was on blogger before migrating to wordpress platform. Anyways, these tips would be very much useful to guys on blogger platform. Thanks for sharing and do have a wonderful weeks ahead.
Good to know that you did faced this similar problem and you knew your way around it.
Do have a good weekend ahead…
Informative tutorial I guess. I’ve been using disqus on few of my blogs but didn’t cared much about rectifying the blogger mobile issue.
Will check this out now.
This is indeed an helpful post to all bloggers who are on the blogger blog platform.
Yo should check it out and see how it goes..
i am not using disqus only for this problem but you haves share something very gud about this i think i can use now thanx man….
If your platform is WordPress, I’ll advice you to stick with the default comment system because there is nothing like it 🙂
Thank you! I’ve been trying to resolve this since forever! 🙂
I did exactly as you said my friend, and Disqus still isn’t enabled on my mobile site. Please advise when you can.
Did you follow the procedure exactly as it was in the screenshot?
I’m afraid to Babanature. I’ve name sure that I’m adding the mobile=’yes’ code to the appropriate widget as it has Disqus’s name on it.
Please feel free to inspect the source code in my site if you can.
Thanks, that worked. Made little effort and the world is mine.
Thanks for the tutorial. How do you prevent disqus from showing up on the home page?