How to have "forum" or at least "comment box" at website?
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OK-how do I do that?
I wanna have a forum/etc at my site so people can suggest improvements and provide feedback.
You're not providing any useful information. What version/distro of Linux? Apache? What is your site written in (PHP? what?), do you need it interfacing with a database? Mail?
The only answer anyone here can give you at the moment is "well, go write the page to do it", since we don't have any other information. Check Hotscripts.com for some pre-written stuff...maybe they'll have something.
HEY I might have found the solution!
I found a free online forum service that links to your site!
I got it setup somewhat, so please anyone register and start posting complaints!
Really in foreign territory here, so any LQ members that have experience running a forum could help alot.
Just go to multidistro.com and click the forum link.
I need to redo the site-but just learning html...
so what's the numbers for black, blue and red?
is there a color chart?
What colors should I use?
First forum registrant gets a multidistro of their choice(CD/DVD/USB) of whatever size up to DVD.
To be honest, the colors from the original forum where better then what you are using now.
Also, the main page from your site is very confusing, and the colors make my head spin.
Perhaps you should think about what you want to achieve with the site, and start from there.
You could make several pages, info, help, download, general...
or use frames.
phpbb is a very good forum that runs on linux http://www.phpbb.com/community/viewforum.php?f=46
is the url for the phpbb forum once there you can ask for the site to download a package that includes apache progtp phpbb mysql. All you do then is unzip the packate into /opt/lampp and you have a running apache server with mysql for a database and the forum ready for configuration with titles etc
You would need to make sure your server host company allows such on their site. Some site are more limited than others.