Simple web page commenting via on-rev?

stephen barncard stephenREVOLUTION2 at barncard.com
Sat Oct 29 16:49:10 EDT 2011


Again if one is creating a blog or CMS in Livecode I'd recommend *RevIgniter
*. It's a complete toolbox of everything you'd find in the best CMSs in the
world, except the documentation, code, and stability are better. There's a
learning curve, but it's all logical.

On 29 October 2011 12:43, Alex Tweedly <alex at tweedly.net> wrote:

> I think the overall descriptive article is still there -
> http://andregarzia.com/page/**bootstrappingacms<http://andregarzia.com/page/bootstrappingacms>
> though there is no detail about the comment system (and no code - I don't
> remember if it was ever available or not).
>
> -- Alex.
>
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> On 29/10/2011 19:09, stephen barncard wrote:
>
>> I was going to suggest you check out Andre Garzia's article about
>> RevImpossible, a CMS system he set out to build in 24 hours (or was it
>> 48?)
>> and he described about all the methods and shortcuts he devised, including
>> a
>> very simple comment system for his blog. Basically it looked as good as a
>> Joomla better CMS but as we are programmers, the editing interface was
>> trimmed down to bare minimum but still was just as fast to use.
>>
>> Alas, he has taken the article down, but you can see the results at
>>
>> http://andregarzia.com
>>
>> sqb
>>
>> On 29 October 2011 08:34, Tim Selander<selander at tkf.att.ne.**jp<selander at tkf.att.ne.jp>>
>>  wrote:
>>
>>  I joined on-rev.com as a founder when they were getting started as it
>>> was
>>> a great deal on hosting, but have not done a lot with the .irev
>>> scripting...
>>>
>>> Today I was looking for an easy way to let users leave comments on web
>>> pages I host on on-rev... very low traffic stuff, basically letting old
>>> classmates comment on re-union photos. I was looking at cut and paste php
>>> scripts, widget providers, etc, when it occurred to me that it might be
>>> relatively easy to do the .irev way.
>>>
>>> I'm thinking you'd have a form, get the person's name and comment, append
>>> it to a text file on the server. When the page holding the comments is
>>> loaded, read said text file and send it to the browser mixed with
>>> appropriate html tags.
>>>
>>> Has anyone done something like this, and would you be willing to share
>>> your
>>> code for my study?
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>>
>>> Tim Selander
>>> Tokyo, Japan
>>>
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