Website visitors like to engage with content through comments. That’s why WordPress created a default comment system for its websites. However, this system is a little outdated for our modern social culture. For example, your visitors can’t vote on comments, share the comments on social media, or subscribe to comment replies — all functionalities that could boost engagement.
For a more user-friendly, modern comment system, you’ll want to expand the comment system functionality in WordPress. The wpDiscuz plugin adds interactive comment boxes to your pages, enables comment voting for visitors, and customizes to fit your brand style. You get all these functions and more without writing a single line of code.
In this post, we’ll cover the key features of wpDiscuz so you can add the comment functionality on your site.
What is wpDiscuz?
wpDiscuz is an interactive comment plugin for WordPress. This responsive comment system offers a real-time discussion function for your visitors to post, share, and vote on comments. You can also customize comment form settings, filter comments by posting date, and enable sharing options for visitors to promote comments.
wpDiscuz makes it possible for visitors to engage with each other and with your brand on your site. Here are a few key features of the plugin.
Comment Form Builder
wpDiscuz comes with an intuitive admin interface to build your comment forms. Using the form builder, you can change comment form layouts, comment fields, and submit buttons. You can even drag and drop comment fields to change the order or move to other columns.
This plugin includes general settings options to configure all your comment forms. You can hide the Leave a Reply header text, show the logged-in username above the comment text field, and set a minimum or maximum number of characters for a comment. You can also enable built-in invisible anti-spam protection to prevent spambots from flooding your site with unwanted comments
Comment forms in wpDiscuz can be customized to match your brand appearance. There are two general styles: Default and Dark. If your website’s background color is dark, you’ll want to use the Dark style. The plugin also detects all available user roles to allow you to manage commenter labels and name colors by roles. For instance, an editor role who comments on your site could be designated as green while an author is labeled as blue.
wpDiscuz extends the functionality of your comment system with premium addons. The Ads Manager addon creates advertising banners on different locations of your comment box for your business to earn additional revenue. Plus, the Emoticons addon allows your commenters to express their thoughts with emojis (you can even add your own custom emoticons to the toolbar).
The wpDiscuz plugin offers an intuitive interface to design your comment boxes, adapts to your visitors’ mobile screens, and includes premium add-ons for extra functionality. On top of that, you don’t even need any coding skills. Give your visitors a reason to stay on your website.
Originally published Dec 3, 2019 12:30:49 PM, updated December 03 2019