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Posted on 07-04-07 20:49
can some one send me a css/html guestbook how can show me how to make one like step by step .
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Posted on 07-04-07 20:53
I'm not sure if it's there, but check HellBoundHackers.org > Learn > Code Bank , then look around for the guest book you want.


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Posted on 07-04-07 21:13
You can't create a guestbook with only css and html, you would need some form of Server side backing PHP, ASP, Ruby

I would recommend PHP although Ruby on Rails is amazing


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Posted on 08-04-07 01:33
oooo all I have is WAMP5
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Posted on 08-04-07 05:21
Just out of curiosity, wouldn't it be possible to make a guestbook with AJAX, since AJAX can communicate with the server?



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Posted on 08-04-07 07:16
ROFL,

Yes, but AJAX would need to communicate with a script like PHP, ASP etc


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Posted on 08-04-07 08:20
Actually, I saw a guest book done all in javascript. I forget how it worked, but it was pretty crazy. At least, I think I remember a javascript guest book :/ I'm tiered... not a good idea to try to think i guess lol.


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Posted on 08-04-07 13:14
I think you must have remembered wrong. There is absolutely no way that a client side language could write to a webserver and therefore store data for a guestbook


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Posted on 08-04-07 15:39
regit wrote:
Actually, I saw a guest book done all in javascript. I forget how it worked, but it was pretty crazy. At least, I think I remember a javascript guest book :/ I'm tiered... not a good idea to try to think i guess lol.

You can include heaploads of javascript in a guestbook and just make the server do simple read/write-operations, but you still need a serverside script to handle some of it.
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Posted on 08-04-07 18:39
Had I not already said that?


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Posted on 10-04-07 05:51
Mozzer, Mozzer, Mozzer! haha.




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Posted on 11-04-07 01:59
vince2478 wrote:
oooo all I have is WAMP5


i believe that php comes with that
make a file called guestbook.txt, CHMOD it to 777
then use this:
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<?php
$post = htmlentities($_POST["post"]);
$name = htmlentities($_POST["Name"]);
if ($post=="" && $Name=="")
echo "";
else
$filewrite = @fopen("guestbook.txt","a");
@fwrite($filewrite, "<html><body>Name: $Name<br>");
@fwrite($filewrite, " Post: $post<br></body></html>");
@fclose($filewrite);
?>