Every visitor can create a new entry guestbook entry here!

Give it "a title" in this box , click on the "Add an Entry.." Button (this creates a page named "guestbook:your title") and write down what you want to say to us!


by (user deleted) 29 Oct 2008 16:33

It is time to follow the steps of many and open my thoughts and lessons of life.

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new friends

by alyssa13021alyssa13021 26 Oct 2008 15:26

I love this web site do you


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by LexkatLexkat 23 Oct 2008 08:06

Your text here.

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Excited to learn all about Wiki

by NBRayNBRay 11 Oct 2008 13:59

Very new to the Wiki world thanks for the warm welcome

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by KovalenkoKovalenko 04 Oct 2008 01:05

Hello, Wikidot!

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Hello I'M Shawn Hartnell

by hartnellhartnell 28 Apr 2008 14:26

Hi, I'm Shawn Hartnell. Interesting idea.

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by DaveCDaveC 22 Mar 2008 13:20

Just thought I would try the guestbook, hello from the UK

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by Jerry SchneiderJerry Schneider 30 Jan 2008 01:15

Originally written by atglabsatglabs
[Note from gerdami]

I created an entry because I'm interested in how to "log" users who visit my wikidot site.
(Because we have a small private web for our homeowners association, it's a terrible, terrible pain for them to join, since they have to first become members of wikidot, and then join my wiki site, etc.)

I was hoping that the [[*user ??????]] would automatically fill in the user's login name, which would make it easy for me to add something that might let me see which ones have managed to get through all the joining stuff and actually get to my site. I could email or phone the ones that have been frightened off and offer to help them.

So, I'll save this page and see how well it generates the user's name.

=== came back and added this:

So, it looks like each guest needs to fill in their own information in the user name and date above. It's not obvious to me that the ???? fields won't be automatically updated, as I had originally hoped.

I'll try entering my stuff manually and see if it works better.

=== ok, one more edit

I think we need a simple widget that would be replaced with the logged-in user's name, something like


perhaps with a "log option" to allow the user name, date, and maybe IP be written to a file in the user area. Something like:

[[user-name log="MyVisitorsLog.txt"]]

That way, I could see who visited and when they last were on, to get an idea of how frequently people went to the site. Having the IP they logged in from would make it easier to spot bogus logins to the supposedly private site.

I could see using it in something like this on a Welcome Page:

+ Welcome [[user-name log="MyVisitorsLog.txt"]]

which would be a heading like:

Welcome Atglabs

and add a like like this to my visitor logfile:

01/29/2008 01:14 Atglabs

And while I'm thinking about it, how about a widget that just generates the current date/time, like:

[[date]] and/or [[time]]

Anyone else have similar needs?

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Vancouver says Hi!

by Sylvain MartelSylvain Martel 27 Jan 2008 22:11

This is a very interesting template I will sure want to use.
Thank you all the developers for the hard work — I am still coping with a steep wiki learning curve but I am looking forward to contribute.

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Changes To Template

by Phil ChettPhil Chett 02 Jan 2008 10:29

Changes to template made at request of gerdamigerdami

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Greetings From Vienna

by Helmut_pdorfHelmut_pdorf 31 Dec 2007 09:10

Greetings from Vienna!
( for all visitors far away: that is in Austria on Europe )

I believe, this platform is the best to implement all your ideas of a collaboration place, or even a commercial site for little businesses.

Thanks to Michal for the creation of the idea and the long way he did until today !

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Second Test

by Anonymous 31 Dec 2007 00:54

Phil ChettPhil Chett

I'm going to stick loads more text here just so you can see how it is displayed.
It is slightly annoying that the text summary includes the "Back to the Guestbook" for short articles.
Michal has promised a new feature in the Pages module to display [[summary] text for summary [... in Wikidot 2.0//

It might be an idea to have the "user name and date at the start of the text, (this can be changed by editing the template).
Do it, Phil !//
However, these are minor details. gerdamigerdami has once again demonstrated that one idea can be adapted to suit lots of requests.

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Hello From Britian

by Anonymous 31 Dec 2007 00:48

Phil ChettPhil Chett


Just helping to demonstrate the guest book.

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Hello From Belgium

by gerdamigerdami 30 Dec 2007 17:27

Wikidot is really an awesome wiki engine which lets anyone create websites, edit other's webpages, contribute in forums, etc.

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