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Displaying User Comments in a Code Igniter Blog Application
December 23, 2008 @ 11:42:01

DevShed continues their series creating a simple blogging application with the CodeIgniter framework with this part of the series - adding in a display for user comments.

In this specific case, the first of these files was defined as a basic controller, and was provided with the ability to paginate the aforementioned blog entries via the corresponding pagination class included with CodeIgniter. However, in its current incarnation, the blog application is pretty limited. It doesn't let users post comments on each blog entry. Thus, in the next few lines I'll be improving the signature of the controller class to address this important issue.

The review the code from before (showing the pagination of the blog entries) and add onto it a new comments method and how to create a new view to show the messages visitors to the site have submitted.

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