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daniel_c

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i really need a chat room html sript for my site...... if so please send me them
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Sir Grand Funk

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Ask someone smart with computers. I would give you a script, (not a HTML chatroom, those don't exist) but I don't know what W3c standards are.

Oh, and no.. You have the wrong browser in mind. Opera pwns Firefox.

Edited by Sir Grand Funk, 13 August 2006 - 04:24 AM.

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Johanna

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Does your webhost provide a chatroom script?

Sir Grand Funk- I must have missed something- what does Firefox/Opera have to do wit th the question, and why are you so W3c concerned?

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daniel_c

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nope, i use pages.google.com, its still in its beta testing.
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i'd check javascriptkit.com or http://php.resourcei...e_Scripts/Chat/
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Why dont you just set up an irc room and just link to it like we do here at g2g or use an applet like the g2g one although its probably better just to say how to access it(if you use opera itll open it automatically). Also they might specifically disallow chat some of the sites similar to google pages have no chatroom script and dont alllow chat on the pages directly because of the possiblity of abuse.

PS . I think he was commenting on the big FF banner daniel c has and currently Opera is safer, faster and better than FF according to the reviewers anyway and i have to say from personal experience opera is superior.
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We use the wyldryde IRC network for our chatroom, as do many other computer tech sites. The staff their try their best to keep the network as safe as possible, are very friendly, and always willing to help users (provided they aren't busy elsewhere)

While their advacnded script requires PHP, the basic one is html. You can get a copy of the script at http://www.wyldryde.org/chat/. It will ask a few questions, and customize the script specifically for your channel based on the answers you provide.

-Ryan
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Matt T

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I found this site the other day and it's quite cool. It lets you chat with people on your website when your online http://www.meebome.com. Otherwise I would recommend what GTG does - the IRC Java App on your site.

~Matt :whistling:

Edited by Matt T, 16 December 2007 - 09:44 PM.

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canucks

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I know about this site http://www.imeep.com/ I think it's a combination of AJAX and PHP and it works well.
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thanks guys im now in the procces of testing each one on my site and see which one workz best on it.. thanks
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