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  • davidxramirezz
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I need major help, I have a website and i'm trying to have a comment section where my clients and add comments and everybody can see it. It's like myspace where you can post comments.
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That can't be done in just HTML.

You'll need PHP support and a MySQL database.

You can find a tutorial for a guestbook here.
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Fabinator wrote:
That can't be done in just HTML.

You'll need PHP support and a MySQL database.

You can find a tutorial for a guestbook here.


PHP is not mandatory. You can use any serverside scripting language such as Ruby on Rails, ASP.NET, Perl, or PHP.

There are also multiple databases: MySQL, PostgreSQL, MSSQL, and Oracle.
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if your gunna invest the time in something I would say ruby on rails because it seems to be a real interesting concept and should be relatively easy to pick up if your not use to any other coding scheme I have heard a lot of my friends talk about it and if I had the time that's what I would put my money on.

http://www.digitalmediaminute.com/article/1816/top-ruby-on-rails-tutorials
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I think maybe you can use some free guestbook
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sin0cide wrote:
if your gunna invest the time in something I would say ruby on rails because it seems to be a real interesting concept and should be relatively easy to pick up if your not use to any other coding scheme I have heard a lot of my friends talk about it and if I had the time that's what I would put my money on.

http://www.digitalmediaminute.com/article/1816/top-ruby-on-rails-tutorials


I would never choose for ruby on rails.. it's not as wel supported as PHP. If you want to choose for something else then PHP choose for ASP... And MySQL is the most convenient kind of database to use for ASP or PHP.

With the tutorial I posted earlier, you can create a nice guestbook

If you want a free one see this search
But you'll have links to the site where you got from or advertisements included.
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My recommendations would be to use PHP and a MySQL since they are best supported in my opinion.

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