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A plugin that transforms an article into a guestbook. Main features are reverse ordering of comments and paginated comments.

  • Create a specific section for your guestbook. Next, create an article that you want to nominate as guestbook. Fill the article body with the text to be shown at the top of your guestbook.
  • Drop the following text on the page used by your section: <txp:sdr_guestbook section="guestbook" pagelimit="10" articletitle="Guestbook" />

Further parameters:

  • articletitle: The exact name of the article nominated to be guestbook
  • pagelimit: Number of comments to be shown per page, default=10
  • form: See any txp_tag
  • commentform: default=comments, create a form (type:comment), to style the output of your comments
  • pageul: id for page navigation, which is outputted as an unordered list
  • commentsul: id for comments, which are outputted as an unordered list
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29 Nov 2004
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17 Mar 2005

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If you’re wondering how to make the pagination appear try this

txp:sdr_guestbook section="yourGBsection" pagelimit="5" articletitle="yourGBArticle" pageul="yourpaginationclassID" pagestring_placement="bottom"
how can i get the input form top of all the comments ?
right now all comments are displayed and then we get the input form ..
Thanks very much, needed it for a project I am working on

bother doesn’t it I guess me. ,

I’m not sure why but this blog is loading extremely slow for me.
Is anyone else having this issue or is it a problem on my end?
I’ll check back later and see if the problem still exists.

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