How to easily add comments to your SynthaSite pages

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We’ve had several people ask recently how to add comments to your website. While we don’t yet have an integrated solution, the folks over at http://js-kit.com have a great solution that’s easy to implement. There’s no intricate setup needed on your part, and the comments will automatically take on the appearance (such as text color) of the rest of your site.

To allow your users to add comments to your page:
1. Open your site in the SynthaSite site builder
2. On the page that you want to add comments to, drag the “HTML” icon onto the correct location in your page – the html widget will pop up.
3. Copy the following two lines of code onto that page and click “OK”:


&lt;div class="js-kit-comments" permalink=""&gt;&lt;/div&gt;<br />
&lt;script src="http://js-kit.com/comments.js"&gt;&lt;/script&gt;


The comments will be tracked automatically by js-kit and be tied to that page’s URL – if you add it to other pages, those pages will have their own set of comments. When you create the page, js-kit will know that you’re the owner – only you will have the ability to moderate posts.

This easy solution should meet the needs of most people I’ve seen asking, but I look forward to seeing your feedback!
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I wanted to add that the code above can also be used in blogs.

Please follow our blogging tutorial (http://www.synthasite.com/tutorials/b...) to see our instructions for adding comments to your blog. If you'd like, you can use the code I included above rather than the Disqus code - try out both services and see which one fits your needs best!