From scretch mobiki does not support commenting, because it is designed to be minimalistic. But this does not mean it is impossible to integrate with external commenting systems, like Disqus for example.
Everybody who had ever tried to drive his own mail server knows very well, how much work it is to make this system immune against spamming attacks. The same is valid for commenting on websites. As soon as you allow others to write comments on your website, you constantly need to have an eye on it. Integrating external systems has the advantage of all the integrated anti-spam features and having centrally registered and validated users.
How to start
- the name for your site,
- a unique id which is not yet used (remember this, you will need it later) and
- a generic category for your blog or wiki
Press finish registration and the first part is done.
Integrate Disqus-code in your template
Don't forget the <hr> and <aside> tags, they are not needed, but will give a better look with correct padding and so on.
Everything in this code snippet is prepared for Disqus. As of the 4th of July 2015 mobiki provides a page title, a page id and the URL of the page for Disqus. The only thing to mention is, that you need to insert your unique disqus_shortname you hopefully remembered from the site's registration.
Well, congratulation, that's it, your done! To see it in action just take a look at my own blog Willnix. It is in german language.