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Building a website with regular updates


morefire

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hi there everyone,

can anyone help me, i am building a website and i want to add the feature that allows you to add regular updates to a particular section of a web page that allows a history and also users to comment on your updates. such as the news on this website that you can see posts and also click on next or previous to see historical posts.

another example that i am very keen to try and duplicate is the design used on this website click here their featured post.

are there any softwares that can help me to do this or is this something i have to build the code manually.

any help is much appreciated.

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"....i am very keen to try and duplicate is the design used on this website click here their featured post."

What's the 'click here' about - why did you type that, or did you copy and paste a 'click here' link from another forum post?

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morefire

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the click here was a link to another website,

i just want to know if the way pcadvisor does their news postings is called blogging or how would i implement such a feature on a website?

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