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Most recent edit on 2010-06-18 15:35:48 by SuzieT

Additions:
Printable instructions here [PDF | 90KB]

Deletions:
  Attachment Size Date Added
      Caf8.jpg   14.05 KB   6/18/2010 3:07 pm
      Caf9.jpg   16.16 KB   6/18/2010 3:07 pm
      Caf10.jpg   14.5 KB   6/18/2010 3:07 pm
      CommentPage.pdf   89.43 KB   6/18/2010 3:13 pm
 




Edited on 2010-06-18 15:34:17 by SuzieT

Additions:
  Attachment Size Date Added
      Caf8.jpg   14.05 KB   6/18/2010 3:07 pm
      Caf9.jpg   16.16 KB   6/18/2010 3:07 pm
      Caf10.jpg   14.5 KB   6/18/2010 3:07 pm
      CommentPage.pdf   89.43 KB   6/18/2010 3:13 pm
 




Edited on 2010-06-18 15:33:33 by SuzieT

Additions:
Almost every page on CAF includes the option for viewers of that page to leave comments. As with the other contributions to CAF, you need to be registered and logged in, in order to leave a comment. There are several ways comment on a page:

Deletions:
Almost every page on CAF includes the option for viewers of that page to leave comments. As with the other contributions to CAF, you need to be registered and logged in, in order to leave a comment. There are three ways comment on a page:



Edited on 2010-06-18 15:33:10 by SuzieT

Additions:
~1. if the comment field isn't shown at the bottom of the page, below the text 'Add a comment to this page:', click on the Add comment or Display comments link after the text 'There are ... comments on this page'

Deletions:
~1. if the comment field isn't shown at the bottom of the page, below the text 'Add a comment to this page:', click on the [Add comment] or [Display comments] link after the text 'There are ... comments on this page'



Edited on 2010-06-18 15:32:35 by SuzieT

Additions:
Almost every page on CAF includes the option for viewers of that page to leave comments. As with the other contributions to CAF, you need to be registered and logged in, in order to leave a comment. There are three ways comment on a page:
'Add Commment' and 'Display comments'
comment field
3. click on Add Comment
'Add Comment
Comments can be disabled through any page, and other access settings can also be changed. The Access Control section explains how this is done.


Deletions:
Almost every page on CAF includes the option for viewers of that page to leave comments. As with the other contributions to CAF, you need to be registered and logged in, in order to leave a comment. There are three comment on a page:
  Attachment Size Date Added
      Caf8.jpg   14.05 KB   6/18/2010 3:07 pm
      Caf9.jpg   16.16 KB   6/18/2010 3:07 pm
      Caf10.jpg   14.5 KB   6/18/2010 3:07 pm
      CommentPage.pdf   89.43 KB   6/18/2010 3:13 pm
 

3. click on Add Comment
Comments can be disabled through any page, and other access settings can also be changed. The Access Control section explains how this is done.




Oldest known version of this page was edited on 2010-06-18 14:31:32 by SuzieT []
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Comment on a page


Almost every page on CAF includes the option for viewers of that page to leave comments. As with the other contributions to CAF, you need to be registered and logged in, in order to leave a comment. There are three comment on a page:

1. if the comment field isn't shown at the bottom of the page, below the text 'Add a comment to this page:', click on the [Add comment] or [Display comments] link after the text 'There are ... comments on this page'
  Attachment Size Date Added
      Caf8.jpg   14.05 KB   6/18/2010 3:07 pm
      Caf9.jpg   16.16 KB   6/18/2010 3:07 pm
      Caf10.jpg   14.5 KB   6/18/2010 3:07 pm
      CommentPage.pdf   89.43 KB   6/18/2010 3:13 pm
 

2. if the comment field is shown, write the comment in the comment field; and note that the markup used to edit pages (which you will have seen if you have edited any pages) doesn't apply here. However, blank lines automatically result in (visual) paragraphs

3. click on Add Comment

The comment is automatically "signed" with either a registered user name or (for an anonymous user) origin node name or IP address, and a timestamp.

If there is neither a field for comments, nor an [Add comment] or [Display comments] link, like for example on RecentChanges, this can have two causes:

1. the action nocomments is in the code of the page

2. the owner of the page doesn't allow comments

Comments can be disabled through any page, and other access settings can also be changed. The Access Control section explains how this is done.


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