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I am building a custom blog for educational purposes. I have an idea for how I would like to moderate my comments but I am current unsure how to complete the following:
An administrator in the Umbraco Admin area would have a dashboard like Blog4Umbraco (easy) but on top of this if a user clicks on a blog post I want a tab called Comments with a list of the comments.
Does anyone have any recomendation on how to implement this?
You could quite easily build your own dashboard control for this I think, just have a look at the current implementation of the list of comments that need to be moderated: http://blog4umbraco.codeplex.com/SourceControl/changeset/view/61225#690486
Sorry my explination was a little unclear and I was unable to edit my post, XSLT error!
What I want is for an administrator in Umbraco to be able to click on a post in the content tree and then one of the tabs to be comments, this tab will display a list of comments specific to this post.
I was thinking about building a usercontrol and using the macro container data type. Can you/anyone think of a better solution?
Also is there a reason why you would add the comments to the database and not as child nodes?
I just recently had the same issue, solved it creating a custom data type by using the feature in 4.6.1 to easily create a custom data editor.
NOTE: even if the tab isn't active, it's still loaded, so don't go loading every single comment in the Page_Load() and filter in code, try to filter in the DB
I setup a solution that switched between "Pending", "Rejected" and "Approved" filters with links to change the status of a comment.
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