Comment Counts

Showing the number of comments of each article on your index/listing pages increases the engagements on your website. This page explains how to add comments counts to your website when using Hyvor Talk.

Note: Our WordPress plugin and Blogger widget automatically set comment counts. However, some themes may require you to manually set it up.

  1. Add the following code before the </body> tag in your index/listing pages. You should replace YOUR_WEBSITE_ID with your actual website ID, which you can get from the General section of the console.

    <script type="text/javascript">
    <script async type="text/javascript" src="//"></script>
  2. Add span elements with the data-talk-id attribute. This attribute should be the page identifier of the page you need the comment count of. The number of comments will appear inside this span element.

    <span data-talk-id="PAGE_IDENTIFIER"></span>

    By default, the text of the span will be something like "13 comments" according to your comment count text format. If you only need the number, you can add data-talk-mode="number" attribute to the span element.

    <span data-talk-mode="number"></span>

Changing Comment Count Text Format

You can change the format of the comment counts in the Moderate -> Community section of the console.

Changing Comment Count Text Format