Thank you very much for taking the time to create this.
Unfortunately, in my context, I can’t really comprehend what is happening here. Definitely, if you created a tutorial I would go through it and try to understand it. However, I think what can be difficult for some of us here coming from sophisticated backgrounds in code or integrations with third party tools is that others of us here who are essentially designers who need to be lead slowly though these unfamiliar territories.
It also just occurred to me that while I understand what a canonical URL is, that’s not what this code from Disqus requires—I believe it requires some code that will generate the canonical URL information dynamically for each blog page. I have no idea what that would be.
What I’m curious about more widely is that since blogs are a basic and common feature of websites, and commenting is a basic and common feature of blogs, why there isn’t more attention given to this subject generally in Webflow?
It would be great if some sort of commenting feature could be added to Webflow; or, if that is not technically possible, if the Webflow video library might create one or a series of videos on the subject, perhaps one giving an overview of the possible third-party commenting solutions, and then separate ones explaining how each is implimented.