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advanced guestbook private entry links?

Discussion in 'Software Development' started by tsukinousagi, Apr 14, 2004.

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  1. tsukinousagi

    tsukinousagi Thread Starter

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    Hello. Can someone tell me how to do this?

    I am using Advanced Guestbook 2.3.1 which is a guestbook script in PHP. I want private messages to show in the guestbook as links saying "private message" or something, and I want the link to go directly to the private message by me entering my admin password. Megabook has a feature like this. When you click on the "private message" link, I want it to show the private message instead of just keeping it totally hidden. (Accessible only by the admin when they log in.) I don't like the fact that you can't immediately tell if you have a private message unless you log in. I want to see a link that says "private message" like in megabook.

    My guestbook is here: http://yumi.hello-tokyo.net/mini/

    if anyone has advanced guestbook and knows how to do that, i'd appreciate it. :)
     
  2. Rockn

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    First off, does your ISP even support PHP?
     
  3. tsukinousagi

    tsukinousagi Thread Starter

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    yes .. that is how my guestbook is installed at:

    http://yumi.hello-tokyo.net/mini/

    I don't have an installation problem; my guestbook is fully installed as you can see, what I need to know how to do is what I posted above.
     
  4. tsukinousagi

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    does anyone know how to do this or not?
     
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