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    I’m working on figuring out a way to add commenting functionality to the bottom of a page that I made using the Template Builder. The page is visible here: (Purchase code hidden if logged out)(Purchase code hidden if logged out) -players/

    I’ve found a few support threads here that mention looking for the template-fullwidth.php file, but I can’t locate that in the Propulsion Theme. How can I make this happen?



    What elements did you add on the template that you built using the template builder?





    What elements did you add on the template that you built using the template builder?




    Hey Ismael,

    Here’s a screengrab of how it’s currently set up:

    It’s basically a Fullwidth template set up with these elements:

    Text Styling

    Post Content

    Horizontal Ruler



    You can see that the comments section does successfully call when used on a normal Full Width page (no Dynamic Template):

    BTW, I’ve tried this with Disqus turned off and on, to no effect.


    Hi CarletonTorpin,

    You can try adding the get comments call to the template-dynamic.php file in your theme files just after the loop reset. So look for:

    //get the sidebar

    And replace it with:

    //get the sidebar
    //wordpress function that loads the comments template "comments.php"
    comments_template( '/includes/comments.php');




    THAT WORKED! It loads the comments right under the page now! Woo hoo! Thank you very much for helping me figure that out.

    Can I apply this same coding to the product pages to allow for Disqus comments on my products?


    No, afaik WooCommerce uses the default comment system for the reviews and thus it would conflict with Disqus. You can try to contact the woocommerce developers – maybe it’s possible and they already found a solution or I’m wrong and you can even use Disqus with WooCommerce out of the box.


    It’s been fixed!!!! A very nice person took it upon themselves to do a test installation and figured out how to call the Disqus Comment Engine up in place of the standard WooCommerce Review section!

    From user Bheadrick:

    “I managed to get it working, though on a test site just now:

    with the help of this tut”

    skip halfway down to “Integrating Disqus Into WordPress Without a Plugin”

    the function disqus_embed(‘myexampleblog’); goes inside the reviews.php template file in your theme under woocommerce/single-product/tabs”

    Here’s a link to the full thread over at the WooCommerce support forum: (Purchase code hidden if logged out) -woo-commerce-product-pages

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