I realised that I didnâ€™t want comments to be visible on the page in case one set of photos became wildly popular (yeah, right); which would result in a page of comments with a few photos, instead of a page of photos with maybe one or two comments. For some reason, Greybox popped into my head, and wouldnâ€™t leave. A few hours later, this happened: Hangzhou Day 1.
In this short tutorial I will describe how to use the JS-Kit commenting system in Rapidweaver. By then end of this tutorial you will have learned how to insert the code into yor blog so that each post has its own comments – the comments will show in permalinks, category and tag versions of each post. When someone comments on a post, JS-Kit will notify you by email. Included in the email that you, and other people who comment then recieve replies are sent will be a link to the permalink entry of the post in which the comment is displayed. You will be able to use JS-Kitâ€™s excellent moderating system to manage your comments.