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khaled says...

script is not working on godaddy, i tried many times to install, install is done but comments not shown at all only blank page , what is the problem?

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There's likely an error so try checking your server's error log to see what's happening or search the FAQs here on this site to find out how to enable error reporting.

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Gene says...

Hello,

Your script looks great and I hope that maybe I can use it.

I'm wondering if it is possible to configure this to have more than 1 star rating category.

For example I would like people to be able to rate a product or service based on several factors ...

Star rating for : Customer Service

Star rating for : Quality of product

Star rating for : Delivery time

I had a quick look through the administration panel but couldn't see if this was possible.

I very much hope I hear back from you.

Thank you.

GH

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Hi Gene, it's on theĀ roadmap meaning it's being considered for a future version depending on demand. I'll make a note it has been requested again. Would you be wanting to be able to have different factors on different pages or always the same set of customer service, quality etc? Any preference on where the results are displayed inside the comment?

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Gene says...

Thanks for your quick reply. I think I'd probably want different factors for different types of products/services as some would only be relevant to certain products/services. As for where the results are displayed - I think if all the star ratings have their label next them - then all together at the bottom (but I haven't massively thought that through yet).

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Joe Stuff
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Joe Stuff says...

I love your work. Would you be willing to do some minor custom work ans, if so, what is your charge?

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Steven says...

Possibly, what is it you'd like doing? You can open a ticket if you want.

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Doug says...

Hey is the new version compatible with the database from the old version? In other words will everything transport over. Also what if we changed the css file?

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Steven says...

Hi Doug. Yes but only comments and pages are kept. You'll need to re-apply your CSS changes to the new stylesheet.

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Ken (UK) says...

So no luck throwing the JavaScript code in a separate file to clean up the html source?

As of right now, the code to text ratio is not SEO friendly.

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Steven (UK) says...

Hi Ken, I had a serious look at this during development. As you can tell, there is a separate file called /frontend/view/default/javascript/common.js which has the bulk of the JavaScript. The remaining JavaScript that you see in the source code has to be there because it's constructed by dynamic PHP variables. Naturally this page will have a low code-to-text ratio because this page isn't about content so it doesn't have any. If it had content you'll probably find the percentage is well within the recommended guidelines.

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