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Today's Column: How to add a chat room to your web page.


Dear Chloe,

My web site needs a chat room on its home page. Any ideas on how I can do this?




Dear Rxtreme,

Here are some things you can do:

Bravenet offers a lot of free goodies in addition to chat rooms that you can add to your web site. Another free service, Chatterday, allows you to add a chat room and it looked fairly simple to set up. Another option you might want to try is a guestbook. I like gbook's service, which is popular with a lot of people at Diaryland. You can sign up for a gbook guestbook here. I got my guestbook through here. But your best bet may be AIM Remote. (You have to be a registered with AOL Instant Messenger, naturally.) As well as giving you a chat room, AIM Remote allows visitors to your site the option of sending you Instant Messages. Pretty cool.

Have fun!

Hugs and kisses,


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