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April 17, 2004 at 12:23 am #3375blueskyesParticipant
I don’t know how to get started in a chat room or how to find one. I know this is kind of stupid but I don’t know what to do next to be able to talk to anyone. [email protected] Or Instant messenger blueskyes19592004April 18, 2004 at 7:17 pm #3376PJ_ParticipantEngland
Nah it’s not stupid at all. If you just want use a chat room (instead of creating your own), these are chat sites I know of: http://www.zoneteenchat.com, http://www.buzzchat.com – no sign-up is needed for any of these. Another is http://www.talkcity.com (quick registration required – you can also provide a fake e-mail address and it will still let you register)
If you want to create your own chat room, first you need a website. To create a website, go to http://www.yahoo.com, click “geocities” (under the “connect” heading), and sign up for a website (choose pagebuilder, NOT pagewizard). Then launch pagebuilder.
Then create a chat script by going to the “Create Chat Room” section of this website. Once you’ve chosen your script, follow these steps on geocities pagebuilder:
1. Click “add ons”
2. Click “forms and scripts”
3. Click “HTML code.
4. Paste the chat script (the script you got from this website) into the HTML code box (you can leave the description field blank).
5. Click “save” and save the page as “index”.
That’s it! You now have a chat room! Using the commands on this website, you can then control the room – kick people out, mute them, etc.
I was not tested on animals by or for Asda.April 18, 2004 at 7:46 pm #3379PJ_ParticipantEngland
Oh and if you’re in a chat room with other people, just wait a while to see what the conversation’s about, then either join in with the conversation (unlike real life, this is usually O.K.) or say “hi, anyone want to chat to a 16/f/uk” (or whatever your age sex and location is – but don’t give out any other details, not even your street name or school/college/university)
I was not tested on animals by or for Asda.May 30, 2004 at 4:32 pm #3486maxmaxParticipantusa the big apple
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