Here’s a plugin that automatically posts topics from a Blogger blog to a Discourse site, and maintains a link and comment counts on the Blogger site. It doesn’t embed comments, just links them, requiring readers to go to the associated Discourse site to discuss the topic.
It also provides an optional ‘chained flow’, where a notification post is added to the previous topic when a new topic appears, containing links to the new blog post and topic.
Just a note: Blogger will auto correct and replace the single quote ’ with
I am going to try my luck here, as I think not many people attempted Blogger integration with Discourse, so if you have any knowledge, I’d appreciate any tips.
The integration went on fine but if I view a group of posts base on a tag, or base on month, Blogger returns, say 3 articles with the same tag. Then the embedded Discourse will show 3 times in the first post, as per screenshot below.
I think it has to do with placement of the codes but I am just too tired at this moment to think about it
I just looked back at my site, and it follows what I wrote in Blogger Template Configuration in the README.
I’m not sure where you’re getting REPLACE_URL, there is reference to DISCOURSE_URL, which is the URL of your Discourse site. Maybe that’s something from the embed documentation? If so, that might have been the misunderstanding; you need to configure your Discourse site for embed, but not put anything in Blogger template for it.
The codes containing REPLACE_URL is a code snippet in the Settings of Discourse, in which you have to include into the Blogger template, according to the embed documentation. I wondered if the embed part is necessary and I guess you meant assigning the host is needed but not including the codes into the Blogger, as illustrated: