Blog and comments!

Blog:

I will pay for someone to solve this problem for me! post ur email or
msn or yim!

Basically, what i got at the moment that works is the reading, ADD and
EDIT and delete posts that people have made, i have also added a
friendship so only friends of that person can view the post.

What i want to achieve now is that users can comment on that post!
This is the hard thing and i dont understand how i can combine the
commenting system with my own reading system.

Also, i have done some tests but i really need some help! in my view/
reading i only have the add.rhtml and edit.rhtml. In the userhub page,
i have the current code:
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app/view/user/index.rhtml
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<% @user.reading.each do |reading| %>

Book: <%= reading.name %>
<u>Description:</u> <%= reading.description %></div>
<%= link_to "Edit",
      :controller => :reading,
      :action => :edit,
      :id => reading.id %> |
<%= link_to "Delete",
      :controller => :reading,
      :action => :delete,
      :id => reading.id %>

<% end %>
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Reading File?: Controller is called “reading”

Made this myself:

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reading_controller.rb
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class ReadingController < ApplicationController

before_filter :protect

def add
@title = “Add a New Reading Material”

if request.post?
  @reading = Reading.new(params[:reading])
  @reading.user_id = User.logged_in(session).id
  if @reading.save
    flash[:notice] = "Reading #{@reading.name} added!"
    redirect_to :controller => :user, :action => :index
  end
end

end

def edit
@title = “Edit a Reading material”
@reading = Reading.find(params[:id])
if request.post?
if @reading.update_attributes(params[:reading])
flash[:notice] = “Reading #{@reading.name} updated!”
redirect_to :controller => :user, :action => :index
end
end
end

def delete
@reading = Reading.find(params[:id])
flash[:notice] = “Reading #{@reading.name} deleted!”
@reading.destroy
redirect_to :controller => :user, :action => :index
end

private

Protect a page against not logged users

def protect
unless User.logged_in?(session)
flash[:notice] = “Please login first”
redirect_to :controller => :user, :action => :login
return false
end
end
end
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Anyone? Please help!

On 18 April 2010 21:50, Guru_101011 [email protected] wrote:

Anyone? Please help!

You may have to wait more than a couple of hours for a reply. What
you must remember is that at any particular moment one third of the
world is asleep, another third is working. 99% of the rest have never
heard of Ruby on Rails, and 99% of those that have are not monitoring
this list. It seems that just leaves you and me at the moment, and I
am retired and not interested in paid work.

Sorry

Colin

On 18 April 2010 22:14, Colin L. [email protected] wrote:

Actually my maths is way off, that would still leave about a quarter
of a million people monitoring the list at the moment, I wonder why
no-one else replied.

LOL! You have too much free time! :slight_smile:

On 18 April 2010 22:05, Colin L. [email protected] wrote:

On 18 April 2010 21:50, Guru_101011 [email protected] wrote:

Anyone? Please help!

You may have to wait more than a couple of hours for a reply. What
you must remember is that at any particular moment one third of the
world is asleep, another third is working. 99% of the rest have never
heard of Ruby on Rails, and 99% of those that have are not monitoring
this list. It seems that just leaves you and me at the moment, and I
am retired and not interested in paid work.

Actually my maths is way off, that would still leave about a quarter
of a million people monitoring the list at the moment, I wonder why
no-one else replied.

Colin

The “15 minute blog” screencast will show you how to set up a basic
blog:
http://media.rubyonrails.org/video/rails_blog_2.mov

If your goal is to learn Ruby on Rails, then paying somebody to write
the code for you isn’t going to be a very effecitve way to learn.

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