I have an htm page that has a picture of a webcam. The picture is updated every 30 seconds and the last 10 are cycled through using a jQuery slideshow.
I have had a suggestion to add a Comment section below the pic where visitors can comment on the weather.
What I'd like to do is use N-13 to do that since it obviously has a great comment section and it is used on other pages on the site. But the only way I can think of to do this would be to use something like:
<META HTTP-EQUIV="Refresh" CONTENT="5; URL=Comment.php">
<p> all of my jQuery and page code </p>
and then have Comment.php have something like:
$author = 'webcam';
Great idea except that the webcam picture is not posted as an article by the author name of webcam.
So is there another way anyone can think of that I could do this? Just have a comment section without having it be linked to an article, or having a dummy article of some sort that doesn't show, so the comments can be displayed under the webcam slideshow?
Kinda crazy I know, but I just thought I'd ask in case someone has a bright idea.
I've got an email into support for them to see if they can work with an htm page, but the way Chris has it set up integrating those programs means modifying your N-13 template for that page. Which is okay, but that means the page must be php, which it's not and N-13 doesn't work with htm.
What I need is a comment system that would work with htm or a way (iframes or something) that would allow me to keep the htm extension and incorporate a php solution.
There's probably a way - I'm just not bright enough to think of it. :)
The two comment systems I mentioned are separate, stand-alone comment systems. Chris has simply provided guidance in using these with N13, if desired.