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The perfect solution if you want to have a rating script on your page! Gregory Boshoff originally wrote this PHP script some time ago specifically for Developers Resources. We have since updated and adapted it for more general usage based on "Fast Template". It should work with both static and dynamic database driven Web sites. If you do anything to improve the scripts performance or find any bugs, please feel free to contact us.
Micro Rate is a very basic and simple rating script written in PHP. Micro Rate is a very basic and simple rating script. Visitors are identified by IP and only one rate per IP is allowed. No database is required as results are stored in file.
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to build a rating system with AJAX, PHP, and jQuery. Votes will be recorded and updated in real-time with the magic of AJAX, and we’ll also leverage the power of PHP so that you don’t even need a database! Step 1.
Commentics is a free, advanced PHP comments script with many features. These currently include captcha, smilies, bb code, comment preview, email subscription, star ratings, RSS feed and more. Professionally written and with open source code, its main aims are to be integrable, customizable and secure. Actively developed (2013). It includes an extensive admin panel and an easy installer. Test the demo and download it at commentics.org ...
The component provides an easy voting system, requiring only a single click action for a speedy process. The component can be used to rate different images like landscapes, art, etc. or if the genre mode is enabled, more particular for male and female images. The upload is very easy, allowing also multiple upload.
A rating site (less commonly, a rate-me site ) is a website designed for users to vote on or rate people, content , or other things. Rating sites are typically organized around attributes such as physical appearance, body parts, voice, personality, etc. They may also be devoted to the subjects' occupational ability, for example teachers, professors, lawyers, doctors, etc. [ 1 ] [ edit ] Description [ edit ] Features Rating sites typically show a series of images (or other content) in random fashion, or chosen by computer algorithm, rather than allowing users to choose.