Support » Plugin: Disqus Recent Comments Widget » Hardcoding into a template?

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  • Plugin Author Andrew Bartel

    (@andrew-bartel)

    Hi Skribe,

    Yes, absolutely. This widget is based on Aaron J White’s excellent script using the disqus api that is completely independent of WordPress. His most recent version is on github, and the development version of this plugin is a fork of that. You would have to be a developer, or be familiar with php to utilize these resources however.

    The plugin itself currently does not support the ability to call a short code or anything like that, but we’d absolutely consider it for a 2.0 version. What were you thinking as far as implementation?

    Thanks for the prompt reply, Andrew.

    I don’t want to do anything grand. I just want to replace this:

    <?php src_simple_recent_comments(9) ?>

    which currently resides in my footer.

    skribe

    Plugin Author Andrew Bartel

    (@andrew-bartel)

    Hi Skribe,

    Sorry for the delay, busy couple weeks here at the office. We’ll look into integrating that into an upcoming version, thanks much for the feedback. We’re going to be releasing a patch here shortly to fix a couple bugs, and then rolling out a 1.2 version with Aaron’s updated script once we’ve had a chance to test it on WP 3.6, we’ll try to get this into that release.

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