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Saturday, December 30, 2006

Add Commenting to Any Website or Blog with One Line of HTML

If you aren't satisfied with your current commenting system or don't feel like coding it yourself, consider using JS-Kit's one-line comments widget. Insert the line of Javascript into your template, and you have a fully functioning commenting system that you can modify to suit your needs via CSS or templates.

A cool feature is that comments are nested when replying unlike most blogging platforms that use a "flat" comments format. It's a amazingly simple widget that also supports spam protection using Akismet. Obviously, the problem is that comments are stored on JS-Kit's servers so you'll be depending on their ability to maintain uptime, but from what I've seen, it's usually very responsive.

You can play around with JS-Kit at this test blog I've set up.


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