IQnection Internet Services of Doylestown is redefining what online users can do with comments to articles on websites. For years, webmasters??? only choice was to enable flat or threaded comments. Regardless, the users’ comments would appear at the bottom of the last page of the article.
But suppose the user was commenting on the second paragraph on the first page – or wanted to suggest a replacement for a deprecated line of code on the second page? Now there is a better way.