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  1. In Topic: Looking for a VPS host

    Posted 10 Feb 2013

    You'll be hard-pressed to find better bang for your buck than GoDaddy:


    I'm not sure about listening to specific sockets, but you could give customer service a call and see what they say.
  2. In Topic: Code Snippets section 404ing

    Posted 9 Feb 2013

    Not sure if I should post this here or the old one, but how long are they going to be down for? A previous post had asked if it was indefinite but received no reply...
  3. In Topic: Adding Blogger Comments to External Website

    Posted 3 Feb 2013

    Ugh, I feel so inadequate. In an act of despiration, I simply copy/pasted the comment form code from the Blogger page itself just to see what would happen, and it worked, so for future reference to anyone who may need it: just copy/paste works so long as you change the blog id and post id as necessary:

    <div class='comment-form'>
    	<a href='http://www.blogger.com/comment-iframe.g?blogID=<?php echo $blogID ;?>&postID=<?php echo $postID ;?>' id='comment-editor-src'></a>
    	<iframe allowtransparency='true' class='blogger-iframe-colorize blogger-comment-from-post' frameborder='0' height='410' id='comment-editor' name='comment-editor' src='' width='100%'></iframe>
    	<script type='text/javascript' src='//www.blogger.com/static/v1/jsbin/3643097517-comment_from_post_iframe.js'></script>
    	<script type='text/javascript'>
    		  BLOG_CMT_createIframe('http://www.blogger.com/rpc_relay.html', '03485901868105668148');
  4. In Topic: Adding Blogger Comments to External Website

    Posted 3 Feb 2013

    View Postmodi123_1, on 03 February 2013 - 12:41 PM, said:

    What is happening? What language is it in?

    It is all in PHP. I am using SimplePie to pull in the Atom feed from the posts and then process everything "locally" to get individual posts/comments/whatnot. However, since I am using feeds, I have to separately handle how users actually add comments to each post. I am guessing that Javascript would be the best possible approach so I was looking through the Blogger API documentation but I do not see anything about this except for a person who is logged in a specified application, which does not really fit my situation...
  5. In Topic: Two part form in PHP

    Posted 2 Feb 2013

    I wish I would have seen this before; might be too little, too late, but I prefer a redirect over a location header. This allows code to be output for debugging, peace of mind, and whathaveyou, so long as the header is declared before any output. You use it exactly like the location header, however you specify the time in seconds after which you want to redirect it to:
    header("refresh: 5; url = http://whatever.com");

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