ADN launches comments widget (one line of JavaScript for much simplicity)

It doesn’t look much easier than this to get comments on a page:

http://blog.app.net/2014/02/13/what-is-the-app-net-comments-widget/

Scroll to the bottom, copy the one line of code, and add a markup item where you want the comments to happen. (Or a CrowBar, if you’re working on an inline layout, as you should.)

Of course you have an ADN account, right? If not, sign up at http://app.net

Walter


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Forgot to mention – no damned ads or “suggested content” in this widget. ADN is a paid service, and (shockingly) takes money from its users and uses it to pay its bills. Your visitors may log in with their ADN account or a Facebook account if they don’t have that.

ADN is often thought of as a Twitter clone, but it’s really not that. It’s unfortunate that the first app they shipped on their API was a Twitter-like product, because people have conflated the product with the network, but it’s really much more than that. At its base, ADN is a public API (application programming interface) that enables networked applications.

Walter

On Feb 14, 2014, at 10:41 AM, Walter Lee Davis wrote:

It doesn’t look much easier than this to get comments on a page:

http://blog.app.net/2014/02/13/what-is-the-app-net-comments-widget/

Scroll to the bottom, copy the one line of code, and add a markup item where you want the comments to happen. (Or a CrowBar, if you’re working on an inline layout, as you should.)

Of course you have an ADN account, right? If not, sign up at http://app.net

Walter


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