Wednesday, March 19, 2008

New feature: recent comments

I added a new widget that show the last two comments below the random quote. I think it's useful, you? It can be edited to show date, poster, post, number of comments, etc. It still needs the rainbowcarebearfont. I also updated the labels.

13 comments:

Annom said...

test

Annom said...

test2

Annom said...

test3

Annom said...

test4

cybrbeast said...

Cool feature and good job on the labels! Though the text is a little small now. Maybe change it to a clearer font like arial?

cybrbeast said...

I think the recent comments should show the last four comments or something, and in a smaller font.

Douchebag said...

I can do the title "recent comments" in the carebearfont. But the other stuff will be too small. It needs at least a bold 16px font before it will seem like the carebearfont.

cybrbeast said...

of course only the title should be in care bear font.

pimp-a-lot bear said...

cool feature! And, douchebag, don't be such a douchebag, of course only the title should be in carebearfont.

wiki said...

nice future, great job annom.
i was lately discussing with my dad about the fast way of communication on the Internet blogs. For example:if i blog a comment on a 2 weeks old post from our blog probably nobody should notice. Until now! you brought back the deep and slow awareness in the blog.

Annom said...

I brought back the deep and slow awareness in the blog :)

cybrbeast said...

douche, while your at it could you change the onestat.com to stats, seeing as we also have FEEDJIT.

I also like the idea of the last 500 comments, Though maybe it should be changed to 100 and only display the top 5.
Can we get a similar widget for the last xx posts?

Annom said...

I can't change anything in the last 500 comments. That's what I don't like about it.

I couldn't find anything similar for the last xx posts. I know how it is made, with yahoo pipes, a very cool yahoo beta program that makes you create web content filters. Its not the easiest thing to learn though.