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Last post Sep 09, 2006 07:59 AM by liquidboy
Sep 01, 2006 08:46 PM|LINK
I finally finished my site that offers a service to people that wants thumbnails generated from URL's, much like the recently released alexa webservice.
Its purely .net2.0 and makes use of ajax.net (not atlas.net but am looking to change over)
Im slowly releasing the code as opensource, so keep checking the site if your interested in the technology.
ps. i also release other cool stuff and i do alot of research that i share...
Content Management System
Sep 01, 2006 09:34 PM|LINK
Sep 02, 2006 12:15 PM|LINK
Great efforts by you. I was just impressed and happy to see what aspx can do for you.
I was also happy to see the [8-|] DIG FORMS, which counts the characters with a beautiful form appearance.
I too would like to use it on my site, with your kind permission. I was unable to understand and get the
code from your site. Could you kindly send me the code on my email. so that i can understand it and place
it on my site.
Here is my email:-firstname.lastname@example.org
Sep 04, 2006 01:43 AM|LINK
Thanks for your comments.. I really love ASPX and .net2.0.
Paggy4u... ill put a zip file in the "open sources - digg like forms" that you can download that has all the code for one of my pages.. Hopefully from that you should be able to build your own digg like forms.. It will be up there by the end of this week
(8th September) hopefully thats not too late...
Sep 05, 2006 04:19 AM|LINK
Thanks for your helping attitude LiquidBoy.
One little thing i would like to know more at this stage.... Does your Digg Forms have a line break facility..?,
which gives the illusion of Paragraph Creation. Since the output is always at your end, i cannot guess it at my end.
I always wanted such forms which offers this simple formality of paragraph creation with a line break facility, rather than using a Free Text box or FCK editior for this simple facility. I would apprecaite, if you will take out some time to focus on it.
I am waiting for 8th september to arrive soon.
Sep 06, 2006 09:33 PM|LINK
Thanks Paggy4U for the support..
I hope your not confused about what "digg like forms" are. They arnt an application there just a set of styles that give your forms a digg like feel.
I have a widget called "comments ripper" which is a comment form allowing people to place comments on your page. It has the "digg like forms" applied to it.
I've packaged up a sample "digg like forms" on the site now, you'll need to go to the article to tell you where to get it..
As for the "comment ripper", im still yet to package that one up. Let me know if thats what you want..
Sep 08, 2006 03:37 PM|LINK
Dear Liquid boy,
To make my point more clear, i am placing a link below... Its one of the best feedback form i have seen with counting words and of course a decent look with pleasing effect. Its a feedback form created in aspx.
[Yes]Here it is:- http://www.gujlu.com/support.aspx
Yes, its almost like your dig forms. I would like to offer the same facility in my feedback form. I need the code for that.
I can create CSS a bit.
I hope you have understood. This is my requirement. can you help me out with this.
Sep 09, 2006 07:59 AM|LINK
The zip file on my site should contain enough to let you recreate a form like the one you want.
All you gotta do is download the example code and just cut and paste the fields to meet your needs...
ps. i like the example you showed me but i like the digg forms more..
Let me know if your having problems creating the form..