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  • #18129

    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: http://selectbilliards.com/entry-level-pool-cues-a-gift-giving-guide-for-pool-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?

    #98325

    Hi,

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

    Regards,

    Ismael

    #98326

    Hi,

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

    Regards,

    Ismael

    #98327

    Hey Ismael,

    Here’s a screengrab of how it’s currently set up: https://selectbilliards.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/Dynamic-Template-Settings.tiff

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

    Text Styling

    Post Content

    Horizontal Ruler

    Products

    #98328

    You can see that the comments section does successfully call when used on a normal Full Width page (no Dynamic Template): http://selectbilliards.com/shipping-policy/

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

    #98329

    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
    wp_reset_query();

    And replace it with:

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

    Regards,

    Devin

    #98330

    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?

    #98331

    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.

    #98332

    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: http://woo.bryanheadrick.info/shop/mario/

    with the help of this tut” http://wp.tutsplus.com/tutorials/plugins/integrating-disqus-into-wordpress/

    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: http://wordpress.org/support/topic/enabling-comments-not-reviews-on-woo-commerce-product-pages

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