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Hey, You All. Thank you for indulging me on these!

I really appreciate it. :D

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mollywog
Apr. 23rd, 2007 03:03 pm (UTC)
You know, it really annoys me that I can't see the results like I can with an LJ poll!!!!
I keep my RSS feeds together by using Sage, which is an RSS reader plugin for Firefox. It works better for me because you actually get to see all the stuff you haven't read yet, even if you haven't checked for a couple weeks, and I haven't found anything else that does that, even the web based ones that do that. If you don't check for a few days, you lose all that stuff because they only keep the newest hits on the list. This only is true for the couple I've tried, there maybe some I haven't tried that would work right for me.
lost_tumbleweed
Apr. 24th, 2007 05:45 am (UTC)
oh, boy, don't i know what you mean.

it's that learning curve for me.

WordPress has a poll plug-in, but I can't figure out how to insert it into an actual post. The creator made the newest version to be a sidebar widget!

I'm at the mercy of my lack of knowledge and what WP community provides.

So the polls I've been creating are through a company that makes me fork out a ton of money for posting the results. Blah. So I have no idea who voted on the polls!

http://www.perennialsurvey.com

I like how it's so clean ... but the cost is ridiculous!

Other polling websites do the same thing ... but aren't always compatible with all browsers. This one is the best for both ideals so far.

Anyway, I'm working on getting to know WP's poll plugin.

Will check out this sage you speak of.

Peace and thanks for your comments, Molly. :)
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