5 Comment Widgets that can be installed in a Wix Blog Post
The reason for this blog post was because one of our clients had an issue with blog post readers not being able to comment to her posts.
Fortunately, there are many alternatives available that can be used for commenting to blog posts.
We have found 5 comment widgets that can easily be installed to blog posts.
When you're installing such a widget, make sure that you go to the Blog Settings in the Wix Editor, then to Display, click Blog Menu, and turn off the Login/Signup Button.
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Disqus is one of the most popular comment apps with more than 50 million comments per month. It can easily be set up in Wix by getting a Disqus account, connecting your website, and adding HTMl code in the blog and some HTML in the page's body.
Check these install instructions in case you would like to add Disqus to your site.
This is how Disqus comments look like:
Free Comment Script
Another way to add comments to your Wix Blog posts is by using Free Comment Script. All you have to do is add your email address. This generates an HTML code which you can copy to an HTML box in your blog post.
If you would like to moderate comments and have an unique comment box per page, you can sign up for a paid plan starting at $2.99/month.
Widget Pack has a very nice looking comment widget. You can sign up through social media. The app then shows your social media profile picture. You can also give a rating and attach an image to the comment.
It's easy to add this widget to your blog post. Just go to Widget Pack, sign up and copy the HTML code to a HTML box in your blog post.
Pre-moderation can be turned on or off and the apps colors can be configured very easily. It's also possible to add word filters and to ban users from giving comments.
IntenseDebate is owned by Auttomatic, the makers of WordPress, but you can implement IntenseDebate comments on a Wix website as well.
Can be easily set up by registering your website and copying the HTML code to the HTML in your blog post.
HTML Comment Box
HTML Comment Box works like a charm. We installed the free version by simply signing up, and copying their HTML code to the HTML box in the Wix blog post.
Settings include comment notification by email, moderation of comments, filtering of bad words, turning on/off of anonymous comments, and posting of images.
There also is a paid version for $4.49/month, which removes the HTML Comment Box ad and Bawkbox link.