As of yesterday we have disabled Disqus on Crunchify and so far there is no complaint about it.
Infact Google Analytics has reported better page loading metrics too as Disqus is not loading 57 more requests per page now 🙂
As we don’t have Disqus now, for all my Crunchify readers, I wanted to have
comment subscription options as you see below.
There are multiple ways to add these options and Jetpack is one of the way. After installing Jetpack I came to know that in latest version of Jetpack they have disabled an option to disable WordPress stats from Jetpack setting page.
Do you know how to activate and deactivate Jetpack features? Well, it took some time for me to just get into that. Initially I was thinking like no more options to disable jetpack stats? Why I can’t turn off WordPress.com stats in Jetpack?
Well, below steps will help if you want to
Disable Jetpack WordPress Plugin Module.
Then how to disable Jetpack’s Stats Collection Module?
In order to disable Jetpack Stats module follow below steps:
- Click on
Jetpackfrom admin panel
- Click on
- At the very bottom of page click on
On next page click on
Access the full list of Jetpac modules available on your site link.
As you may see, Jetpack by default enables all of below
21 modules which I believe absolutely not required.
- Beautiful Math
- Contact Form
- Custom CSS Configure
- Custom content types Configure
- Enhanced Distribution
- Extra Sidebar Widgets Configure
- Gravatar Hovercards Configure
- JSON API
- Post by email Configure
- Protect Configure
- Publicize Configure
- Sharing Configure
- Shortcode Embeds
- Site Stats Configure
- Spelling and Grammar Configure
- Subscriptions Configure
- WP.me Shortlinks
- Widget Visibility
go ahead and disable Site Stats module and more and you are all set.
Let me know if you feel by default Jetpack shouldn’t enable these modules and should provide users an option to choose one 🙂
Update 08.15.2017:We have disabled Jetpack on Crunchify site because of page speed loading issue.