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    Hello again folks.

    I'm in a bit of a bind. My client has asked for a "testimonials" page on their .aspx website. While I can admin their site with simple updates to content and meta data, I am in no way an asp developer. Since I can't find anything in asp anywhere, I figured I'd try html. Their server is hosted on Windows platform obviously. So none of my php scripts work.

    I don't need anything special. Just name and comments fields with a captcha and submit button to submit output on the same page.

    If anybody can point me in the right direction of a free script I'd appreciate it.

    Thank you to everybody in advance.

    This is the page I've put together to add it to.


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    My first reaction is to wonder why you have a client with an ASP website if you don't know ASP.

    A quick google search uncovered several possibilities. Have you tried anything yet? Did you run into any problems?
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    Hi @traq. It's not my company. I work for the company. We do SEO. So basically any customer is welcome. Any framework, any language as well. It's our job to figure it out. We don't administrate the sites. We only add minor touchup, adjust meta, <h> tags, and minor content. I wound up using a php comment system. I installed it on our server and <iframed> it on their site. Not the conventional way by any means, but it works.

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