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Resident_Blonde

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Hi y'all

I downloaded my website program CSB "CuteSite Builder" on June 7th. And it is up and running, but still have a few minor tweaks "misspelled words :tazz: " and a few options to update yet.

www.craftsbystaci.com

But I'm looking for a program for guestbook design. (freebe would be nice ;) )

I checked out Bravenet, and added it, checked it out on the web and HATED it.

You have two icons (sign guest book and the other is a link to bravenet) and when you push "sign guestbook" it takes you to a website page of the guestbook on bravenet...

I'm look'n for one that is on my website only... (as if I made it) I dont want any added icons for promoting there site...


Thanks for any and all help...





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I used to use them for a church website that had free hosting, you can take there buttons right out of the script, and embed the forum in your page with frames. :tazz:
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Thanks ssone,

I used to use them for a church website that had free hosting, you can take there buttons right out of the script, and embed the forum in your page with frames


I will give it a try again, and see how to embed the guestbook on my site...






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and see how to embed the guestbook on my site...

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haha..I randomly checked this post again and read over your last one...looks like you were asking how to put it on ur page?

Use iFrames with no border, match the bg up with yours so you cant even tell that its bravenet's forum (except for all their ads in the forum :tazz: )

Any questions you know where to find me ;)

Edited by ssone, 11 July 2005 - 07:31 AM.

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Alright Resident_Blonde I might be able to help you out if you could tell what hosting plan you have with what company. If you have what I'm lookin for I could help you set up a very great chat program. Its needs 1 MySQL database and it runs on php (4+). It shouldn't take long to install. All you would have to do is edit some info in the config file and then go online and hit install. The chat box comes with and admin panel where you can change all sorts of settings such as amt. of posts to show at a time and viewing features . . . etc.

Thanks,
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ssone

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I believe she wants a guestbook, not chat. :tazz:
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Oh snap . . . my bad.
But I'm sure there is a guestbook with the same *stuff*.
I'll look around

-Dmitri

Edited by DmitriB, 11 July 2005 - 01:13 PM.

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yeh, i have plenty of php ones, but i was thinkin she didnt have a php enabled host cuz she was asking about bravenet.
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