Enable Comment On Static Site Hosted On Google Cloud Free Tier

Add comment on Static Site Hosted on Google Cloud Free Tier has been a major problem.

And this problem requires a solution. Do you know you can actually enable comments of on a static site without using any plugin or code?

How To Add Comment To Static Site Hosted On Google Cloud

How To Enable Comment On Static Site Hosted On Google Cloud Free Tier

Majority of low traffic and upcoming or newbie bloggers are jumping into google cloud free tier web hosting.

Because as starters in the blogging world, they do not have the huge amount of money to spend on webhosting services like goddady, hostgator, bluehost, interserver and the rest of them,

Since the google cloud free tier web hosting prevents a static site or website from using dynamic functions,

Bloggers have been searching for a solution on this, but could not find a solution.

As a result of this problem, I have also searched for solutions online but could not find any.

All the help I could find referred me to using plugins and in some instances,

I was also referred to implement some hmtl and css codes on the back end of my website, but no exact tutorial on how to do this.

The free cloud hosting is good, but these non techy bloggers who wants a career in the blogging ecosystem lack the knowledge on how to enable users to write comments on their articles via the comment section.

Because of the rising request popping up on google search and other search engines out there “on static site comment not working,”

I have decided to break the silence by researching on how to resolve this issue that is breaking down bloggers who decided to host their blogs or websites on the google cloud free tier web hosting platform.

You may also see how to Create Free Wordpress Website or Blog on Google Cloud for free here.

Adding Comment

This solution is only for static sites hosted on google cloud using wordpress installation.

Step 1.

On your web browser, simply enter your website URL/wp-admin (which is the default format), but if you have changed your website admin login URL to something else.

Simply enter that, and login to your website admin backend with your username and password.

Step 2.

After you have login into your website admin backend, simply navigate to the section on the left side of your screen, and toggle on the Menu button Jetpack, which will display Dashboard, Settings, Site Stats and Akismet Anti-Spam options.

Simply click on Settings, it will take you to the Jetpack settings section. See the image below for better understanding.

Now that you are in jetpack settings dashboard, simply click on Discussion as shown in the screenshot above.

Step 3.

In this part, simply click on the Let visitors use a WordPress.com, Twitter, Facebook, or Google account to comment as shown in the screenshots below, from on to off.

Step 4.

Go back to you main admin home dashboard, and click on settings, then navigate to discussion, and click on it. The screenshot below will give you a proper guide on what to do.

Simply follow it:

wordpress discussion comment setting to add comment on Static Site

Step 5.

Refresh your any of your previous blog post to see the active comment section. Give it a trial and drop your comments in the comment section below.

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