Unfortunately this doesn't seem to work, either? Now if I leave a comment at http://ignitionzero.com, upload a new page, and then try to view the page I left the comment on previously (via the with the /comics/number attached, since it's no longer the current page), the comment I left has disappeared entirely.
I recently installed Disqus on my comic by sticking the universal code under the "Comic strip display" part of the HTML editing section. It works and looks fine except for the fact that it counts the general url, http://ignitionzero.com, as a separate page from the actual comic strip being commented on. If that sounds confusing written out, so just check out the difference in the comments between the main url and the longer url for the current comic:
When I post a new comic strip, the comments left on "http://ignitionzero.com/" follow/stay the same as long as you're looking at it from that URL.
I have no idea how to use HTML or any kind of code--I've gotten as far as I have by copying, pasting, deleting, and kind of logically picking at or using trial and error until stuff looks and works like I want it to. It's entirely possible that I've deleted or messed up something I wasn't supposed to. Not such a smart way of running things, I admit.
My URL in my Disqus settings is currently set to http://ignitonzero.com, if that means anything. No idea!
So, yesterday/today (Monday Aug 1 in any case), I had a guest strip over at the webcomic Girls With Slingshots, which if you're not familiar is an extremely popular comic done by Danielle Corsetto. There was also a link to my comic Ignition Zero, which I host here. I suspect the downtime was due to the sudden influx of thousands of GWS readers clicking on that link (you should see how my comic stats shoot up into thousands of page views from hundreds).
I've seen this happen before when big-name comics link to little ones...but for some reason it didn't occur to me that the high-volume traffic might shut down the site entirely for a few hours!
My sincerest apologies to anyone who was inconvenienced by the downtime, if this is what caused it. Really, really sincerely.
So, correct me if I'm wrong, but I was under the assumption that ComicFury allows the use of domains purchased elsewhere. I've got mine, but the thing is, I can't figure out how to hook it all up. I know there's something called DNS, but I really don't know anything about it. Anyone? I'd love to actually be able to link people to www.ignitionzero.com instead of one of the default CF urls.