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Hi. I'm new to blog scripts and engines, so I've got a silly question
:-)
Is there any script that could be integrated in an existing site? The
site was created with RapidWeaver (a Mac tool), and CSS styles for blog
already exist (as well as static html blog). So all I need is a script
that could produce only needed parts of the page (without html, body
tags) with specified CSS classes and support threaded comments.
Any hope I can find such tool?

May 10 '06 #1
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NC
svintuss wrote:

Is there any script that could be integrated in an existing site?
Most of blog scripts can be.
The site was created with RapidWeaver (a Mac tool), and CSS
styles for blog already exist (as well as static html blog). So all
I need is a script that could produce only needed parts of the
page (without html, body tags) with specified CSS classes and
support threaded comments. Any hope I can find such tool?


Yes and no... Yes, because the result you intend is achievable. No,
because it's not achievable in the way you seem to imagine. In most
cases, integration works in reverse to what you just described. You
install the product to be integrated and replace its default layout
with that of your choosing.

Try PluggedOut Blog by Jonathan Beckett:

http://www.pluggedout.com/blog/

Cheers,
NC

May 10 '06 #2

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NC wrote:
svintuss wrote:

Is there any script that could be integrated in an existing site?


Most of blog scripts can be.
The site was created with RapidWeaver (a Mac tool), and CSS
styles for blog already exist (as well as static html blog). So all
I need is a script that could produce only needed parts of the
page (without html, body tags) with specified CSS classes and
support threaded comments. Any hope I can find such tool?


Yes and no... Yes, because the result you intend is achievable. No,
because it's not achievable in the way you seem to imagine. In most
cases, integration works in reverse to what you just described. You
install the product to be integrated and replace its default layout
with that of your choosing.


Also, if you are willing to get down and dirty, you can hack together some
scripts using mod_rewrite (assuming you are using Apache) to process the
queries in PHP and then you can use something like <% ... %> tags in your
HTML code. But that's not an approach for the mere beginner.

It just goes to show that anything is possible...

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