Hi Ranch member, U doing great job for java thanx and keep it up� I want to make some changes on your great site (if possible). Check it below. 1.When user post any question on (java programmer forum) then user also must select this question belong which java course objective (open combo box). for example. (Question. How to handle text files in java) then user must select his course objective like (java.io package). Benefit of this searching very easy like just select java.io package then get all question regarding this package. 2.Your main java programmer forum page displays all messages. But not mentioned actual question posted date. Plz do consider this problem. U adds another column on this forum main page. Hope u consider above-mentioned modification. Take care, Aftab Ahmed
1) Sorry, the software we use does not have that ability. But! We do have the ability to search a forum. That should do the trick for you. 2) That is something the sofware can do, but I've never activated it. Do you really think that information is that valueable?
Hi paul, thanx paul and ok, but give me any trick for searching if u have. and my second question yes i need when i post my question. coz fourm page just display current post on particular thread. i think u understand. anyway lots of thanx for your co-operation for java. waiting your reply aftab abbasi
[This message has been edited by Aftab Ahmed (edited January 02, 2001).]
Search: Click on the search link at the top of the page. Thread count: This would appear on the forum list page. It would show thread count *and* post count. But I'm not sure I want to activate it. I think the info is trivial at best and would otherwise add clutter.
I’ve looked at a lot of different solutions, and in my humble opinion Aspose is the way to go. Here’s the link: http://aspose.com