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    Adding comments section to your blog

    I have a blog site that I built the content management system myself with php. Now I need to add comment section for eacharticle, but dont want to go through the trouble of programming it. Does anyone know a good ready comment management program that I can add into my site?

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    I think coding it yourself would be better (I don't know of any systems like this). It should be simple, stick the comments in a table columns with postID, author, email, uri, datetime and do a query. If you want to approve the first comment from an author, check the email field against a true/false value. Or...something. I really would have recommended starting from a ready made blog system, unless this is a learning experience, in which you really should do the coding yourself.

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    Try searching on phpclasses.org. I'm sure you'll find something suitable there.

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    TBH, to code this up wouldn't take more than a few of hours. If you want me to do it for you, give me a PM and we can go from there.

    Cheers

    The Moose

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    There is an externally hosted solution http://disqus.com/ thats got an API to connect with.
    jeremy - gnomeontherun
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