WebGuestbook allows users to manipulate a guestbook HTML file dynamically by
adding their own entries to the document. Thus, you can create a virtual guestbook
that visitors can sign, leaving their contact information and perhaps comments about
your pages. WebGuestbook is configurable so that you can specify what your guestbook
file looks like and how the script-generated responses are displayed. Most of the
configuration takes little more than a knowledge of HTML, so it is fairly easy to use.
If configured to do so, WebGuestbook will email the guestbook administrator the text
of new entries as well as add them to the guestbook. The script will also respond to
new entrants with a configurable "Thank you" message. Thus, there is no need to
continually monitor the page. Finally, the application comes with the capability of
"four letter word" filtering for a child-safe guestbook. You can censor words
by adding them to a list of "bad words."
The following are actual implementations. Please do not clutter these sites with unnecessary tests and the like. The administrators were all kind enough to allow us to cite them as working examples, so be nice to them on eXtropia's behalf!