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Post by doannamthai December 5th 2015, 7:38 pm

Hello everyone, Today I am going to share you a tutorial -  quick reply without refreshing page
It seems to be a familiar tutorials with somepeople, but strange with someone too Smile.


First, let see my demo :


- No Page Change
- Fast and Minimum for sending message : 5s
- Write at least 10 characters



Now you know what it is for ? Let take the Javascript code :

In your ACP: Modules -> HTML&JAVASCRIPT -> JavaScript codes management -> [Create a new JavaScript]
Title *: [2015]Quick Reply
Placement : In the topics
Javascript Code * :


PunBB
Code:
//By doannamthai-getover || forumotion-forumvi ;
// My website - goobap.com ;
$(function () {
$('#quick_reply input[name="post"]').click(function(a){
a.preventDefault();
var g = $("#text_editor_textarea").sceditor('instance').val();
var href = $('a[href*="mode=reply"]').attr("href");
var value = $("#text_editor_textarea").sceditor("instance").val().replace(/\s/g, '').length;
if(10 <= value){
$('<div class="lreply" style="color: red;font-weight: bold; text-transform: uppercase;"><br>Your message is being posted...</div>').appendTo(".frm-buttons");
$.post(href, {
            "message" : g,
            "auth[]": $("#quick_reply input[name='auth[]']:last").val(),
            "lt" : $("#quick_reply input[name='lt']").val(),
             "tid" : $("#quick_reply input[name='tid']").val(),
            "attach_sig" : "1" ,
            "post": "Send"
}, function(t) {
console.log(t);
if(t.indexOf("Flood") != -1){
alert("Error!\nYou must wait 5 second before replying");
$(".lreply").fadeOut(300);
}
if(t.indexOf("A new") != -1){
alert("Error!\nSomeone had replied before you posted\nYou must refresh the page to continue.\nNotice : You should save or copy your message if you don't want it gone");
$(".lreply").fadeOut(300);
}
if($(t).find(".message a:first").attr('href').length >1) {
var f = $(t).find(".message a:first").attr('href');
$.get(f , function(z){
$("#quick_reply input[name='auth[]']:last").val($(z).find("#quick_reply input[name='auth[]']:last").val());
$("#quick_reply input[name='lt']").val($(z).find("#quick_reply input[name='lt']").val());
$(z).find(".post:last").hide().insertAfter(".post:last").slideDown(400);
});
$("#text_editor_textarea").sceditor('instance').val("");
$(".lreply").fadeOut(300);
}
});
}
else {
alert("Sorry\nThe content is too short to send!\nYou must write at least 10 characters.");
}
});
});


Invison
Code:
// Invision Version;
//By doannamthai-getover || forumotion-forumvi ;
// My website - goobap.com ;
$(function () {
$('#quick_reply input[name="post"]').click(function(a){
a.preventDefault();
var g = $("#text_editor_textarea").sceditor('instance').val();
var href = $('a[href*="mode=reply"]').attr("href");
var value = $("#text_editor_textarea").sceditor("instance").val().replace(/\s/g, '').length;
if(10 <= value){
$('<div class="lreply" style="color: red;font-weight: bold; text-transform: uppercase;"><br>Your message is being posted...</div>').appendTo("#quick_reply .center");
$.post(href, {
            "message" : g,
            "auth[]": $("#quick_reply input[name='auth[]']:last").val(),
            "lt" : $("#quick_reply input[name='lt']").val(),
            "tid" : $("#quick_reply input[name='tid']").val(),
            "attach_sig" : "1" ,
            "post": "Send"
}, function(t) {
if(t.indexOf("Flood") != -1){
alert("Error!\nYou must wait 5 second before replying");
$(".lreply").fadeOut(300);
}
if(t.indexOf("A new") != -1){
alert("Error!\nSomeone had replied before you posted\nYou must refresh the page to continue.\nNotice : You should save or copy your message if you don't want it gone");
$(".lreply").fadeOut(300);
}
if($(t).find('.box-content  .msg a[href*="/viewtopic"]').attr('href').length >1) {
var f = $(t).find('.box-content  .msg a[href*="/viewtopic"]:first').attr('href');
var postid = f.split('#')[1];
$.get(f , function(z){
$("#quick_reply input[name='auth[]']:last").val($(z).find("#quick_reply input[name='auth[]']:last").val());
$("#quick_reply input[name='lt']").val($(z).find("#quick_reply input[name='lt']").val());
$(z).find("#p"+postid).hide().insertAfter(".post:last").slideDown(400);
});
$("#text_editor_textarea").sceditor('instance').val("");
$(".lreply").fadeOut(300);
}
});
}
else {
alert("Sorry\nThe content is too short to send!\nYou must write at least 10 characters.");
}
});
});


phpBB3
Code:
// phpBB3 version;
//By doannamthai-getover || forumotion-forumvi ;
// My website - goobap.com ;
$(function () {
$('#quick_reply input[name="post"]').click(function(a){
a.preventDefault();
var g = $("#text_editor_textarea").sceditor('instance').val();
var href = $('a[href*="mode=reply"]').attr("href");
var value = $("#text_editor_textarea").sceditor("instance").val().replace(/\s/g, '').length;
if(10 <= value){
$('<span class="lreply" style="color: red;font-weight: bold; text-transform: uppercase;"><br>Your message is being posted...</span>').appendTo("#quick_reply div:last");
$.post(href, {
            "message" : g,
            "auth[]": $("#quick_reply input[name='auth[]']:last").val(),
            "lt" : $("#quick_reply input[name='lt']").val(),
            "tid" : $("#quick_reply input[name='tid']").val(),
            "attach_sig" : "1" ,
            "post": "Send"
}, function(t) {
if(t.indexOf("Flood") != -1){
alert("Error!\nYou must wait 5 second before replying");
$(".lreply").fadeOut(300);
}
if(t.indexOf("A new") != -1){
alert("Error!\nSomeone had replied before you posted\nYou must refresh the page to continue.\nNotice : You should save or copy your message if you don't want it gone");
$(".lreply").fadeOut(300);
}
if($(t).find('.panel a[href*="/viewtopic"]:first').attr('href').length >1) {
var f = $(t).find('.panel a[href*="/viewtopic"]:first').attr('href');
var postid = f.split('#')[1];
$.get(f , function(z){
$("#quick_reply input[name='auth[]']:last").val($(z).find("#quick_reply input[name='auth[]']:last").val());
$("#quick_reply input[name='lt']").val($(z).find("#quick_reply input[name='lt']").val());
$(z).find("#p"+postid).hide().insertAfter(".post:last").slideDown(400);
});
$("#text_editor_textarea").sceditor('instance').val("");
$(".lreply").fadeOut(300);
}
});
}
else {
alert("Sorry\nThe content is too short to send!\nYou must write at least 10 characters.");
}
});
});

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Post by doannamthai December 6th 2015, 5:58 am

Updated for Invision !
Code:
// Invision Version;
//By doannamthai-getover || forumotion-forumvi ;
$(function () {
$('#quick_reply input[name="post"]').click(function(a){
a.preventDefault();
var g = $("#text_editor_textarea").sceditor('instance').val();
var href = $('a[href*="mode=reply"]').attr("href");
var value = $("#text_editor_textarea").sceditor("instance").val().replace(/\s/g, '').length;
if(10 <= value){
$('<div class="lreply" style="color: red;font-weight: bold; text-transform: uppercase;"><br>Your message is being posted...</div>').appendTo("#quick_reply .center");
$.post(href, {
            "message" : g,
            "auth[]": $("#quick_reply input[name='auth[]']:last").val(),
            "lt" : $("#quick_reply input[name='lt']").val(),
            "tid" : $("#quick_reply input[name='tid']").val(),
            "attach_sig" : "1" ,
            "post": "Send"
}, function(t) {
if(t.indexOf("Flood") != -1){
alert("Error!\nYou must wait 5 second before replying");
$(".lreply").fadeOut(300);
}
if(t.indexOf("A new") != -1){
alert("Error!\nSomeone had replied before you posted\nYou must refresh the page to continue.\nNotice : You should save or copy your message if you don't want it gone");
$(".lreply").fadeOut(300);
}
if($(t).find('.box-content  .msg a[href*="/viewtopic"]').attr('href').length >1) {
var f = $(t).find('.box-content  .msg a[href*="/viewtopic"]:first').attr('href');
var postid = f.split('#')[1];
$.get(f , function(z){
$("#quick_reply input[name='auth[]']:last").val($(z).find("#quick_reply input[name='auth[]']:last").val());
$("#quick_reply input[name='lt']").val($(z).find("#quick_reply input[name='lt']").val());
$(z).find("#p"+postid).hide().insertAfter(".post:last").slideDown(400);
});
$("#text_editor_textarea").sceditor('instance').val("");
$(".lreply").fadeOut(300);
}
});
}
else {
alert("Sorry\nThe content is too short to send!\nYou must write at least 10 characters.");
}
});
});
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Post by Guest December 6th 2015, 8:07 pm

Interesting. Good job, #doannamthai Wink
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Post by Take Notes December 7th 2015, 5:19 am

Awesome! Thank you very much, will definitely add this.
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Post by doannamthai December 8th 2015, 2:57 pm

Updated for phpBB3

Code:
// phpBB3 version;
//By doannamthai-getover || forumotion-forumvi ;
$(function () {
$('#quick_reply input[name="post"]').click(function(a){
a.preventDefault();
var g = $("#text_editor_textarea").sceditor('instance').val();
var href = $('a[href*="mode=reply"]').attr("href");
var value = $("#text_editor_textarea").sceditor("instance").val().replace(/\s/g, '').length;
if(10 <= value){
$('<span class="lreply" style="color: red;font-weight: bold; text-transform: uppercase;"><br>Your message is being posted...</span>').appendTo("#quick_reply div:last");
$.post(href, {
            "message" : g,
            "auth[]": $("#quick_reply input[name='auth[]']:last").val(),
            "lt" : $("#quick_reply input[name='lt']").val(),
            "tid" : $("#quick_reply input[name='tid']").val(),
            "attach_sig" : "1" ,
            "post": "Send"
}, function(t) {
if(t.indexOf("Flood") != -1){
alert("Error!\nYou must wait 5 second before replying");
$(".lreply").fadeOut(300);
}
if(t.indexOf("A new") != -1){
alert("Error!\nSomeone had replied before you posted\nYou must refresh the page to continue.\nNotice : You should save or copy your message if you don't want it gone");
$(".lreply").fadeOut(300);
}
if($(t).find('.panel a[href*="/viewtopic"]:first').attr('href').length >1) {
var f = $(t).find('.panel a[href*="/viewtopic"]:first').attr('href');
var postid = f.split('#')[1];
$.get(f , function(z){
$("#quick_reply input[name='auth[]']:last").val($(z).find("#quick_reply input[name='auth[]']:last").val());
$("#quick_reply input[name='lt']").val($(z).find("#quick_reply input[name='lt']").val());
$(z).find("#p"+postid).hide().insertAfter(".post:last").slideDown(400);
});
$("#text_editor_textarea").sceditor('instance').val("");
$(".lreply").fadeOut(300);
}
});
}
else {
alert("Sorry\nThe content is too short to send!\nYou must write at least 10 characters.");
}
});
});
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Post by Guest December 13th 2015, 6:57 pm

Very cool stuff this Very good

We encountered one little issue with it on our forum, phpbb3. If a topic has several pages and you are not at the end but on page 1 for example. And if you then make a post it shows up on page 1 for the person making that post. It does end up at the end of the topic as it should, so all is fine. But for some members, especially the some older people this is pretty confusing. Because later if they check the topic they do not see their post where it did appear for them at the time of posting. Huh
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Post by doannamthai December 14th 2015, 3:51 pm

Meesleepbeest wrote:Very cool stuff this Very good

We encountered one little issue with it on our forum, phpbb3. If a topic has several pages and you are not at the end but on page 1 for example. And if you then make a post it shows up on page 1 for the person making that post. It does end up at the end of the topic as it should, so all is fine. But for some members, especially the some older people this is pretty confusing. Because later if they check the topic they do not see their post where it did appear for them at the time of posting. Huh

Thanks for giving your opinion !
I knew this problem, I don't want window refresh when a member reply because of being confuse but if you want you can use this code for phpb33 instead of :
Code:
// phpBB3 version;
//By doannamthai-getover || forumotion-forumvi ;
$(function () {
$('#quick_reply input[name="post"]').click(function(a){
a.preventDefault();
var g = $("#text_editor_textarea").sceditor('instance').val();
var href = $('a[href*="mode=reply"]').attr("href");
var value = $("#text_editor_textarea").sceditor("instance").val().replace(/\s/g, '').length;
if(10 <= value){
$('<span class="lreply" style="color: red;font-weight: bold; text-transform: uppercase;"><br>Your message is being posted...</span>').appendTo("#quick_reply div:last");
$.post(href, {
            "message" : g,
            "auth[]": $("#quick_reply input[name='auth[]']:last").val(),
            "lt" : $("#quick_reply input[name='lt']").val(),
            "tid" : $("#quick_reply input[name='tid']").val(),
            "attach_sig" : "1" ,
            "post": "Send"
}, function(t) {
if(t.indexOf("Flood") != -1){
alert("Error!\nYou must wait 5 second before replying");
$(".lreply").fadeOut(300);
}
if(t.indexOf("A new") != -1){
alert("Error!\nSomeone had replied before you posted\nYou must refresh the page to continue.\nNotice : You should save or copy your message if you don't want it gone");
$(".lreply").fadeOut(300);
}
if($(t).find('.panel a[href*="/viewtopic"]:first').attr('href').length >1) {
var f = $(t).find('.panel a[href*="/viewtopic"]:first').attr('href');
var postid = f.split('#')[1];
$.get(f , function(z){
$("#quick_reply input[name='auth[]']:last").val($(z).find("#quick_reply input[name='auth[]']:last").val());
$("#quick_reply input[name='lt']").val($(z).find("#quick_reply input[name='lt']").val());
$(z).find("#p"+postid).hide().insertAfter(".post:last").slideDown(400);
location.href = f;
});
$("#text_editor_textarea").sceditor('instance').val("");
$(".lreply").fadeOut(300);
}
});
}
else {
alert("Sorry\nThe content is too short to send!\nYou must write at least 10 characters.");
}
});
});
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Post by Rhino.Freak December 14th 2015, 6:01 pm

Awesome stuff man Smile thanks a lot! keep it up!

I have a simple question though, is this script "heavy" ? I mean does it slow down the forum a little? I haven't felt that so don't worry just though to ask XD
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Post by doannamthai December 16th 2015, 5:36 pm

Rhino.Freak wrote:Awesome stuff man Smile thanks a lot! keep it up!

I have a simple question though, is this script "heavy" ? I mean does it slow down the forum a little? I haven't felt that so don't worry just though to ask XD

It's up to how many script you are using in the topic place Very Happy . But almost it runs smoothly
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Post by Guest December 18th 2015, 6:32 am

Hi Doannamthai,

Is it possible to make it to post even if another person posts (for phpbb3)? The whole idea of 'quick replying' is gone if you need to refresh your page because someone else posted. Just like normal, you get a notification that another person has posted, you then can choose to still post or not.
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Post by doannamthai December 18th 2015, 6:45 am

Meesleepbeest wrote:Hi Doannamthai,

Is it possible to make it to post even if another person posts (for phpbb3)? The whole idea of 'quick replying' is gone if you need to refresh your page because someone else posted. Just like normal, you get a notification that another person has posted, you then can choose to still post or not.

Yes, of course it is possible but now I am quite busy to write another code sorry
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Post by Guest December 20th 2015, 1:17 am

No problem at all, maybe something for next year  Wink Happy holidays  santa
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Post by Diana December 20th 2015, 1:27 am

Aw, I wanted this for my phpbb2 forum Sad
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Post by Rhino.Freak December 20th 2015, 1:59 pm

Diana wrote:Aw, I wanted this for my phpbb2 forum Sad

Kind of offtopic but upgrade to phpbb3 already Very Happy Seriously you're using a forum software that's ridiculously old.
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Post by doannamthai December 20th 2015, 2:04 pm

I will not support phpBB2 forum because the different structure in templates (many forum). If you want this mode you have to pay a little, I will go to your forum and write another one . Send the request to my mail : Email Removed
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Post by Diana December 20th 2015, 4:00 pm

I'm deffinitely not paying for anything lol but thanks for the offer, I appreciate it.

@Rhino.Freak I've been through them all
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Post by SLGray December 21st 2015, 1:39 am

doannamthai wrote:I will not support phpBB2 forum because the different structure in templates (many forum). If you want this mode you have to pay a little, I will go to your forum and write another one . Send the request to my mail : Email Removed
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Post by TheCrow January 11th 2016, 11:30 am

doannamthai this works fine for my site! Great work! ^_^


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Post by Van-Helsing January 16th 2016, 11:13 am

Hello,
Its not working for my forum Sad. My forum version is PunBB, I have modified templates and I dont know if the forum language makes problem.
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Post by brandon_g January 17th 2016, 3:27 pm

Rhino.Freak wrote:
Diana wrote:Aw, I wanted this for my phpbb2 forum Sad

Kind of offtopic but upgrade to phpbb3 already Very Happy Seriously you're using a forum software that's ridiculously old.


Maybe she doesn't want to, the software still works perfectly fine. My forum still operates on phpbb2 and I plan to keep it that way. If something still works, wby go through the un needed hassle to change it?

Just wanted to point that out Wink.

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Post by sutnor March 19th 2016, 9:31 pm

Can somebody help how can I move the quick reply box from the bottom of tha page to the top?

This is my forum: regagrihun.top-talk.com

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Post by SLGray March 19th 2016, 10:09 pm

sutnor wrote:Can somebody help how can I move the quick reply box from the bottom of tha page to the top?

This is my forum: regagrihun.top-talk.com

You need to start topic in the correct support section.  This section is only about coding that members are working on.


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Post by Chromo April 10th 2016, 8:39 am

Works awesome. A nice share indeed, thank you.
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Post by Beyonder April 16th 2016, 6:43 am

Video is private.
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Post by Poser April 16th 2016, 8:04 am

It is working! Thanks for whoever revived this topic and made me see it.
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Post by doannamthai April 17th 2016, 7:59 am

Hagoromo Otsutsuki wrote:Video is private.
I forgot it Smile) .
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Post by mc nabulsy April 19th 2016, 10:48 am

can we have it for phpbb2 ? 
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Post by Abdalah_98 May 16th 2016, 8:03 am

Tested 8 times no any problem

[Punbb] with all browsers (chrome,firefox,opera,UC browser,...)

Good work .
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Post by Imeo September 7th 2016, 5:14 pm

works. Sometimes not but usually yes
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Post by doannamthai October 6th 2016, 5:13 am

Ok I would like to know whether it woks
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