Thursday, March 05, 2009

Edit: As much as LOVE having JSKit over my Today blog.. albeit a short time. I have to remove it.. this is because the coding itself is not compatible with Today blogs. The “div” code somehow gets converted by the system and because of that it won’t work the way it suppose to work. So it’s back to the old way of commenting.. boo hoo.. for the time being…heheh!

I have to say I am JS-Kit biggest fan and after promoting to a few blogger friends and since they made the move, our comments boxes have never been livelier. I think what makes it so fun to comment now is the fact that we are able to comment via email and that already cuts down on speed connection factor.

So now that ALL my blogs have JS-Kit, I was thinking how I could get it onto my Today blogs as well especially for my brand new shining blog on The Bold and The Beautiful. I mean I want it to be lively, to be interactive and the commenting system that Today has is really not to my liking.

For now JSKit offers comment integration for two types of platform, Blogger and WordPress. Integration meaning that whatever comments you leave on the JS-Kit system is going to be sync back to the respective blogs… meaning if ever you decide to leave JS-Kit, your comments remain intact!

Now the problem is with Today blogs, that is on WP, we are not allowed to install any plugin so the integration of comments is definitely out but when I turned to Alexander, the ever willing helpful engineer from JS-Kit, and he told me that it is still possible to have JS-Kit by putting a code at the end of each post and amending the code accordingly. I was excited! I didn’t mind the integration bit coz I’m not keeping scores of my top commenter or anything over at Boldie Digest. So now I have JS-Kit at that blog. Awesome!

If you are interested as well, here’s the rundown to getting it on your own Today blogs. Bear in mind though, as far as Today is concern, there is no comments on those post.

  1. After typing out our blog entry as usual, go down to the very bottom of your entry page
  2. Click on “Code”
  3. Enter the code below
  4. Make sure you change the “some/unique/value” to something unique for each post for instance for mine.. article 1: article 1:

so i can use 2009/03/04/3rd-march-everyone-has-a-motive/ to replace that “some/unique/value” in the code.

Try it and let me know if you have probs ok :)


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