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User Comments for your Pages

User Comments for your Pages

This new comment feature to psd2css Online allows you to build your web page with Photoshop or Gimp and add to your page a complete and robust User Commenting system without writing any code at all. You just make a new layer, draw the spot in your design that you'd like the user comment section to be and name that layer with the '_comments' Layer Naming Convention. That's it!

Check out these examples:
The Simple Photo Gallery
The Basic Example

It Works!

Thanks for your efforts. It works!
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Great feature . its working

Great feature . its working fine i check it my self.

This is a great function but

This is a great function but I have just one question. After generating the HTML. Im trying to place this inside my web page in dreamweaver. How exactly do I do that?

Hi William - You should be

Hi William -

You should be able to just open the generated html file (probably index.html) in DreamWeaver and go from there. Are you saying that Dreamweaver is destroying the generated code for comments (I don't have a copy of Dreamweaver)? I know I have lots of users who use Dreamweaver to edit the generated code. It would be terrible if DW wrecked the comments code.

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Shaun

Am a little confused does

Am a little confused
does the js-kit commenting system cost money to use? Their site implies you need to be a paid member??

cost

not happy to pay just for comments page, never mind.. delete

Hi - No, the js-kit feature

Hi -

No, the js-kit feature is working. They aren't charging anthing.

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Can i changethe text colour for the ocmments?

This feature is sick but is there a way to change the text colour on the comments.

Hi Orcpizza - Yep - you can

Hi Orcpizza -

Yep - you can use the CSS color attribute for the comments to change the color for the DIV that contains the plugin.

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It works and thnx a lot.

It works and thnx a lot.

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