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using the guestbook

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by tinbum, Jun 15, 2006.

  1. tinbum

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    can anyone tell me how I can get a guestbook up and running?
    I'm using frontpage. and when I try to copy the html script nothing shows in the WSIWYG part of frontpage and I get the impression when installing through cpanel that the script is being created and installed on a new page (http://my web site/guestbook). this page already exists on my web and so I get an error message when I try to view. I get a successful install message but when i look on IE I get the same old page from my web site with no links to a guestbook. I'm pretty much a novice but previously have created a substantial website using frontpage and pasting scripts with no dramas.
     
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    You can just try to create a hyperlink on your html or main page whic would redirect to the guestbook page.
     
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    Hmm... Thanks yes I can see how that would work however, even after deleting my original page called guestbook and installing the guestbook from cpanel sucessfully, when I am directed to go look at my new addon i just get an error page.... I have used guestbooks hosted by 3rd parties before and it was simply a matter of pasting the code and it was up and running. This should be a simple process shouldnt it?
     
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