The ability to add user comments to specific pages of your site drives traffic, and creates useful feedback.
Firstly, if you have not done so already, go to disqus.com and create a user account. Then, add a website identifier for your site. This should be any lowercase single word which represents the website.
Set the sitename parameter in Mara's /sitecfg/sitieini.php file to match this identifier.
Now add the code:
at the point where you wish the commenting interface to appear.
Note that you must put this text in the page source code, writing it into the online editor will literally put the textual equivalent of the code into the page, which will do nothing.
Since pages with Disqus comments are pages containing a script, they can only be edited online by Managers or Admins.
If you need to include the commenting facility in multiple pages, you can instead put a call to the plugin into the theme's footer area. Commenting enabled then becomes the default for all pages. Since Mara generates page IDs automatically from the filename, this will still provide individual page comment threads. To then disallow commenting in specific pages, set 'cms_hide' to 'bottom' in the meta tags for those pages.
Site: maracms Thread: d.php
You can of course add more text below the plugin, if you like.