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- November 13, 2020 at 10:38 pm #2243kplatinum777Participant
Traditionally, a WordPress theme will have static comments, because they’ll be in some sort of comment loop that runs on the single.php template, and so will be rendered with the page.
However, I’ve noticed a number of blogs that use Disqus or other comment setups wherein the comments are loaded dynamically (over AJAX) after the page loads, or when a user clicks a “See Comments” button.
I’ve been considering this for a client of mine, who has a high-traffic site, with a fairly active comments section. I’m considering either decoupling the comments from single.php and loading the comments after the initial page render OR switching to a Nuxt/headless WordPress setup, which will do the same thing.
I’m not 100% sure but I have high doubts that much SEO comes from user submitted comments
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