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Comment widget and everything you need to know about it

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Vuukle Comment Widget


Enable Vuukle Comment widget using WordPress plugin:

In your WordPress Admin panel, go into Settings > Vuukle > Comment widget settings and choose “On” for “Enable comments”

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For Blogger:

It’s auto enabled in blogger, please check the integration article

You can disable the comment widget by editing JS parameters in the Blogger template.

More information below in the JS variables section.

For JavaScript:

In your website’s HTML, insert the following code where you want the Comments widget to display

<div id="vuukle-comments" />


JS variables:

        comments: {
            transliteration: { //Enables transliteration
                language: "en",
                enabledByDefault: true,
            auth: {
                facebook: false,
                google: false,
                twitter: false,
                disqus: true,
                password: true,
                vuukle: true,
            editorOptions: ['image', 'gif', 'bold', 'italic', 'underline', 'url', 'blockquote', 'code', 'list'], // you can enable/disable ability to paste image or gif, choose the style of text
            hideRecommendedArticles: false, //Hides "Talk of the town" section
            hideMoreNews: true, // hide button 'Show more articles'
            hideCommentInputBox: false, // Hides Comment input field (can be expanded by pressing on the "add comment button")
            enabled: true, //Enables comment widget
            commentingClosed: false, // Closes commenting (Users can view already posted comments but can't post new ones)
            maxChars: 3000, //Comment char limit (You can set a limit up to 3000 characters)
            countToLoad: 10, // number of comments to load initialy on the page
            toxicityLimit: 80, // 1-99 - you can set how strict is the automoderation. 100 - disables the parameter
            spamLimit: 50, //1-99 - you can set how strict is the spam limit. 100  - disables the parameter
            hideCommentInputBoxWithButton: false, //Hides Comment input field (without "add comment button")
            sorting: latest / oldest //sorts by latest or oldest comments on initial loading
            customText: {}, // please check this article for custom texts
        theme: {
            color: "#10e9ba",
            darkMode: true,

WordPress Settings

Here you can enable/disable comments and choose where the comment widget should be displayed on your site

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You can customize Vuukle Comment Widget through the Vuukle Admin panel as the same as the JS variable list but with User-friendly settings look:

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