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liquidmonkey
04-11-2008, 03:08 PM
hi,
i'd like to add a comments box or widget on my site so that visitors can tell me what they think of the video and pictures.

any idea or suggestions on how to do this?
thanks in advance!

Cary
04-12-2008, 01:12 AM
I would use PHP... after I learned it, of course.

liquidmonkey
04-14-2008, 06:22 PM
what would be the advantage of PHP when compared to http://js-kit.com/
.

have no idea to use php as you guessed so just wondering the benefits :)

Rob_Che
04-14-2008, 08:03 PM
I would use PHP... after I learned it, of course.

Quote of the day ! . . .

Death Dream
04-14-2008, 09:45 PM
Quote of the day ! . . .

Spam of the hour!

Spam of the hour!

Spam of the day!

~Death Dream~

liquidmonkey
04-14-2008, 09:54 PM
WTF??!
u guys gonna offer some advice or just b geeks :)

Rob_Che
04-14-2008, 10:28 PM
WTF??!
u guys gonna offer some advice or just b geeks :)

sorry... you're right. annoying when people trash your post.

I think the general rule is that if you want to integrate a comments system then you're gonna need a decent level of coding knowledge eg; PHP.
(too much for me...)

If you want to use a plug-n-play then search for one on t'interwebs.
I don't think that anyone on here will wnat to de-bug someone elses code, so if you choose plug-n-play you might be on your own...

Let's start with one you've seen... I think they offer comment plug-ins for blogs don't they ?

Rob

PS: you missed the 'y+o' from 'You' & the 'e' from 'Be' in your post.

Death Dream
04-14-2008, 10:51 PM
PS: you missed the 'y+o' from 'You' & the 'e' from 'Be' in your post.

ROFL! hahaha

aaaaaaaaaaaaaanyways ...
I will be adding a comments onto my site I am working on but I think I'm going to push it over to the forums with the news post there as well, keep it simple kind of you know. Good thing to do if you don't know php to well.

~Death Dream~

Cary
04-15-2008, 12:28 AM
what would be the advantage of PHP when compared to http://js-kit.com/.

For your purposes there may not be any advantage. I don't know anything about js-kit, but if it serves your purposes than try it.

have no idea to use php as you guessed so just wondering the benefits :)

It is apparent that js-kit is tailored for specific needs. Knowledge of PHP or ASP.NET or some other sever-side language would allow a coder to do anything he wants.

liquidmonkey
04-15-2008, 02:14 PM
yeah ok, learning php right now is NOT going to happen, still on CSS, dreamweaver, FLASH and actionscript.

thanks for the advice :)