As of July 2022, we moved away from Disqus as our comment system.
Continue reading if you are using Disqus on your site. This article is must read for it 🙂
So, why this post?
- Sync action: ?cf_action=sync_comments&post_id=7526
In my opinion, there is
absolutely no need to load all of these resources on each page. Ideally page should load comment form only when it’s required, like on mouse scroll and when comment form is visible.
How to load Comment form conditionally then?
Answer is very simple. Try following below steps:
Download and Install Disqus Conditional Load (DCL) Plugin.
Go to DCL Setting Tab and enable below settings:
- How to Load Disqus:
- Count Script:
- Caching Support:
- Rocket Loader Support:
- Disable and Delete
Disqus Official Plugin
- Clean your site cache and reload your page
Take a look at below
GIF – Disqus is loading so many data which is absolutely not required until user reaches comment section.
I’m always here to listen your feedback.