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Ooh, my approach was different. I created seperate procedures for the categories as well. That would have cost a few more roundtrips.

Your approach seems indeed the better one, as just one servercall is needed.

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In fact, this idea was given by Jimi in one post from the past.

I simply extended it for n-level forums...

I'm glad this could help your journey!

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Did any1 realized the subscribe to forum & subscribe to topic functions?

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yes, i thought about that, it's very easy to implement...

Every time that a new thread is open*, the system will check if there are
subscribed emails address in the current forum... If they exist, then send the emails in the background!

But I'm not thinking about implement this because I'll need an extra and faithful email box and i don't have it at this moment...

But the principal reason is because I want the users came to my forum in order to see if there are new messages ;)

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* - everytime that a new thread/reply is written
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And what abot private messages?
I have a beta version now working for the whole site, not only for the forum... You can see it here http://www.terminal2.ru/ Login with grom/12345 and You will see three icons in loginstatus panel at the top. One of them is the link to private messages. The available features are: the new messages reminder (as popUp window) at the login; new message; reply message; delete message; view conversation history; the blinking icon in the login status panel; new/red status; date/user/status sorting; refreshing the number of new/red items in the inbox & outbox after I wrote a new or read a new message (closing the popUp). Also I'm going to have the paging settings for the inbox & outbox messages gridview and the e-mail user notification of the PM arrival.

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Very nice!

I don't understand your site language :( I don't speak russian!!

But I made my login! :)

I like your design, but you should clear the popup's...
The user should see the private message in the current in the same window!

Many people(like me) has the "popup blocked" in their internet settings!

Other thing:
Did you try to open in your site in firefox browser?
Your design only work for IE.
In Firefox the css wasn't well formatted and i saw some errors!

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Yes it is known issue! The css for the Firefox & Opera is subject to explore ... :-)
PopUps are annoing, that' true! But I need to remake a lot of code to make it on Java... So I leave it as it is now... But may be I'll fix it later.


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Why do you need java? Just make another page. You don't need java for that!

>> Yes it is known issue! The css for the Firefox & Opera is subject to explore ... :-)

This is wrong. No other browser than firefox runs CSS well written!
The problem is IE and all of the bugs ;)

It's always a better idea to configure first for firefox and only at the end rectify the bugs that IE have.
If you leave it to the end you never will have your site configurated for firefox! Remember, more than 60-70% of the people uses firefox!

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I have fixed the CSS bugs for the Firefox... It's ok now. Also I finished the paging for the PM gridView.

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Howdy y'all!

Maxxim, I was wondering if you'd be willing to post your forum code up for us to take a look at it. I'm just getting to the Forum section in the book, and I'd like to look at it as I go along (I'm using VB.NET as well).

As it is, I'd like to hear some updates from you all; it seems this thread kind of dropped off for a few months! You guys are doing amazing things and I can only hope that someday my skills will be close to what you all can do.

 


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