Publishers who are already using Disqus comments on their website or blog may have tired of Disqus branding. Disqus comment system is one of the widely used commenting platforms by webmasters and bloggers.

Disqus is one of the alternatives to the native comment system of a CMS. This comment system is currently used by millions of publisher and it is the best third-party comment ever developed.

To remove additional branding, Disqus also has a premium plan for but one needs to pay high fees monthly.

It has many disadvantages too. And we are going to eliminate one of them.

This CSS code can easily tweak the plugin and reduce the branding of this comment system.

Using Disqus on a website then you can actually remove its footer that looks like this.

disqus footer remove

Yeah, it actually irritates visitors and even publishers don't like this type of branding and sometimes it also distracts visitors.

There are many benefits of removing the footer of the Disqus comment system and it will look more professional.

First, copy the below CSS code.

#disqus_thread {
  position: relative;}
#disqus_thread:after {
  content: "";
  display: block;
  height: 55px;
  width: 100%;
  position: absolute;
  bottom: 0;
  background: white;}

On Google Blogger

Almost half of the bloggers use a discus comment system and now it's time to tweak it.

If you have installed the Disqus comment system on your Blogspot blog then its time to make it better.

We can easily apply CSS styling to any Blogger's blog,

Copy the given CSS code

  • Now head over to Themes > Customize > Advanced > Add Css.

modify disqus comment system on blogger

Enter the following code and apply to the blog.

On Wordpress

If you are on WordPress self-hosted platform then it is also easy to remove Disqus branding footer.

Already installed Disqus WordPress plugin then this work can be done manually only with the help of CSS.

This method only works if you have already installed the Disqus comment system plugin in your WordPress site.

To add CSS

  • Appearance > Customize > Additional CSS

Copy the code, go to the 'Additional CSS box' and paste the above code.

additional CSS WordPress

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