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Multiple 5-star rating systems on one page - accept and remember user ratings

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Hi every body

I wanna find someone in here who'd create me a 5-star rating system for my website using Javascript. The script should accept the rating a user made and place a cookie on the computer to remember what rating the user made. More than 10 of them should work on one page as well! Please help me.

PS: Only use javascript and html of course.
May 11 '08 #1
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I wanna find someone in here who'd create me a 5-star rating system for my website using Javascript. The script should accept the rating a user made and place a cookie on the computer to remember what rating the user made. More than 10 of them should work on one page as well!
A rating system using just cookies is useless, so I'm guessing this is an academic exercise.
If not then SmartStars provides multiple ratings and although not intended for use with cookies, is easy to interface with cookie functions.
May 12 '08 #2

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I wanna find someone in here who'd create me a 5-star rating system for my website using Javascript. The script should accept the rating a user made and place a cookie on the computer to remember what rating the user made. More than 10 of them should work on one page as well! Please help me.
You can't expect someone to just write it for you. You could ask if someone knows of a good script. How much have you tried yourself, including looking for one?
May 12 '08 #3

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thanks very much Logician for your suggestion, i will try it..
As for you acoder, how can jump to conclude that i did not search!??

I have multipuls of things, but iam not satisfied with them, SO DON't Judge like this on people..

thanks
May 13 '08 #4

gits
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... As for you acoder, how can jump to conclude that i did not search!??

I have multipuls of things, but iam not satisfied with them, SO DON't Judge like this on people..
hi ...

first of all ... you are welcome here and welcome to post questions in the forum ... but please take note of the following points:

your original question didn't show anything that could be understood in a way that you made any effort to solve the problem for yourself nor that you searched something ... it just stated that you want someone to code for you ... and the policy of this forum states that we don't provide full-solutions without knowing! that the OP would have made an attempt for his/her own that is shown here. having posted that you searched and found solutions that didn't satisfy your needs and showing what you have done so far would have avoided that misunderstanding ...

so i would suggest that you simply post a note on what you have done so far before asking a question that sounds like: 'give me the solution' ...

kind regards
gits
May 13 '08 #5

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