Testimonial Page

I’d like to set up a Testimonial Page on my site. I guess that would be called Feedback. Is there a way that the client can type in his/her comment and have it post to the page in real time?

Similar to what You Tube has under their videos.

-Chod


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You might try the PHP easiForm actions, there is a tutorial at:
http://www.easibase.com/freeway/freeway_form.php

Your server will need to permit ioncube loaders to be used on their
servers.

Mike

On Apr 24, 2008, at 5:45 AM, Chod Lang wrote:

I’d like to set up a Testimonial Page on my site. I guess that
would be called Feedback. Is there a way that the client can type
in his/her comment and have it post to the page in real time?

Similar to what You Tube has under their videos.

-Chod


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I’m revisiting this question and think I found an answer that may be of use to us all.

Those of you who understand coding can help us out with the details I’m sure. Looking forward to your feedback on this tool.

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Hi Chod
for a quick test do this… copy the code below:

<div class="js-kit-comments" permalink=""></div>
<script src="http://js-kit.com/comments.js"></script>

and place it in Page/HTML Markup

and place it in Before

then publish… what you should see when you have uploaded it to a server is something like this example
http://www.max-izzat.co.uk/test_comments/


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Wow. That looks really cool. Max, I think you don’t want to put the code before /head, because first that makes your page invalid (HTML outside of the BODY) and second, it means your comments will appear above your page. Instead, simply draw a Markup Item on the page where you want the comments to go, and paste the code inside it. That will generate a DIV on the page to hold the comments. If you need more control, then I would use the CrowBar Action to add the code into a styled DIV.

You can have these sorts of script “islands” within your page body. Oh, and be sure to add a type attribute to the script tag, so it reads:

<script type="text/javascript" src="http://js-kit.com/comments.js"></script>

Walter


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sorry wrong placement
it should be:

place the script: Insert/ Markup Item

then past the

<div class="js-kit-comments" permalink=""><div>
<script src="http://js-kit.com/comments.js"></script>

code in the popup window
resize to whatever you would like the item to be and then publish
when you upload you then see the comment box

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Hi walt you beat me to it!!!
I balls up on the placement … and you were quicker on the draw than I was… AAAAAHH you got me … :o)


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Max,

Very good, and simple. What about blocking offensive comments?

David

On 24 Jul 2008, at 13:47, max wrote:

then publish… what you should see when you have uploaded it to a server is something like this example
http://www.max-izzat.co.uk/test_comments/

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I played with it before I posted. I put up a dummy page on my site and changed the note to "Comment on our service:.
There are other tools to explore with this outfit.

http://www.furnituredetailing.net/testimonials.html

I think this is going to be great for many of us.


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On 24 Jul 2008, 1:15 pm, David Owen wrote:

Max,

Very good, and simple. What about blocking offensive comments?

They’re using Akismet, which is just about as good as it gets for spam, don’t know what if anything it does for offensive. Also, it’s not clear if the owner can moderate the comments. The commenter can delete or edit his or her own individual comments.

Walter


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These links, I think, will answer most of your questions.


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