Bricks Version: 1.3.1
Browser: Chrome 90
OS: macOS / Windows / Linux / etc.
URL: (a link to a page that illustrates the issue would be really helpful)
[Please describe in as much detail as possible how we can replicate this bug]
I have been testing Bricks and I couldn’t make any WP plugin work with Bricks. That’s because Bricks comments widget is hijacking the WP native comments functionality, so no other WP comments plugins can be used.
Disqus would work because it doesn’t rely on the native WP comments, but I need to use plugins based on the native WP comments.
The problem with Bricks is that is forcing their own comments’ element by replacing the native WP comments. The result is that when you use one plugin that uses the existent WP comments code like (WP Discuz, Deeper Comments, Thrive Comments…) Bricks comments element still comes on top anything that is “WP comments” even if you use any of those others plugins as a “skin”.
The result is that no other WP Plugin for comments can be used. It’s an issue that is causing the design from Bricks by messing with the WP native code that generates that kind of incompatibilities with plugins.
No code should be forced in WP, but used for accomplish the objective. The bricks comments cannot do a 10% of what other specialized plugins can do. I hope you can fix this or maybe just create a regular WP comments widget that display the native WP comments so the rest of the plugins.