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Many users of html documents would like to add a rating system to their content. this would help this to better understand what content is popular and what content needs improving.

One of the problems the system isn't widely implemented is due to the technical complications involved. Sites like Digg and others of the like are good in one since but, for many a simple, thumbs up or down on the content and a report mechanism on all activities is all thats needs.

Page Ratings is a simple solution for many in this category. The user would simply sign up for a Page Ratings account, copy and paste some simple HTML based code into the HTML document(including e-mails) they want their readers to rate. Their account provides all the fucntionality of the rating system. Users will be able to view reports, style their system and choose site widgets to display different views of the data their ratings system gathered.

This project is open source to utilize the power and wisdom of the crowd. The original developer believes that in today's world this type of system should be a standard and free tool for all.

This project is very new and can be classified as being in the alpha development cycle since the design is complete. I will begin uploading files and expect to have more than half of the system uploaded by the end of November 2008.

The environment is an Apache 2.2 web server, PHP 5,x, XHTML 1.x, CSS Javascript. The website and ratings applications use several Javascript and Ajax based Javascript frameworks. This project plans to utilize many of the popular APIs from Google, Yahoo and Microsoft as well as implement an OpenSocial paradigm for the systems own API. See project_intro for more information.

You may join the Google Group Page RAtings Project to join this project.

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