MSFN is made available via donations, subscriptions and advertising revenue. The use of ad-blocking software hurts the site. Please disable ad-blocking software or set an exception for MSFN. Alternatively, register and become a site sponsor/subscriber and ads will be disabled automatically.
terrypease replied to andrewwiggins20's topic in Web Development (HTML, Java, PHP, ASP, XML, etc.)I didn't get you on the banana and potato thing Jaclaz. But yes, I do agree that the usefulness of live chat depends on the kinds of services a site provides. Integrating live chat on all sites is definitely not recommended. But since Andrew here has a real estate website, embedding a live chat script is a good option.
terrypease replied to 11ryanc's topic in Web Development (HTML, Java, PHP, ASP, XML, etc.)My vote goes for html5. Flash slows down the website and my browser keeps getting freezed because of this flash.
terrypease replied to andrewwiggins20's topic in Web Development (HTML, Java, PHP, ASP, XML, etc.)Live chat script is a good idea. Embedding it in a website is a bit of a task. I have my own online boutique and had also got the live chat feature built in my website to be able to interact in a better way with my customers. However, since I know nothing about website design, I took professional help from web design company new york in this case.