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I want to add a trackback system into my blog section on my personal website.  I have found Ran Aroussi's Trackback class for PHP on Google.  However I dont know how to use it - has anybody used Ran Aroussi's trackback class before?

http://aroussi.com/projects
http://phptrackback.sourceforge.net/
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by:nizsmo
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Something like this:

<?php
include('trackback_cls.php');
$trackback = new Trackback('your_blog_name', 'your_name', 'UTF-8');
?>

there are more additional usage examples actually in the file trackback_cls.php, have you tried following them? They seem to be quite helpful.
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by:ellandrd
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Hi Joe

Yes i hav looked at the examples of how to call the different functions but im was looking for me in-depth examples.

I managed to find http://www.webmastersherpa.com/content/web2/74/ which excepts about receiving trackbacks and storing them in the database...  this is exactly what im after but i can only find this one site...
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nizsmo earned 2000 total points
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Will this:
http://bill.lachfarm.com/blog/bblog/trackback.hpp

and this:
http://hitormiss.org/projects/trackback/

help?

By the way how did you know my name? :)
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by:ellandrd
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>>help?

I hope so - am going to look at them now...

>>By the way how did you know my name? :)

I looked at your World Rankings... I also read profiles... it helps us experts know who we are commenting, helping, speaking with... ;-)

You seem a nice guy!
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by:nizsmo
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haha thanks :) yep i like to help people around here, the best i can i guess. Met some not-so-friendly experts (obviously ranked higher than me) so trying to not become like them.

Do let me know how you go :)
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by:ellandrd
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Thanks I got a simple trackback system working now...

Sean
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by:nizsmo
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glad to have helped!
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