How to Make a Comment Box for Your Websiteby eHow ContributorUpdated July 21, 2017
Making a comment box for a website can be quite challenging if you don't have a working knowledge of HTML. Fortunately, a shortcut is available that eliminates this requirement and simplifies the task. Add a comment box to any Web page on your site in just a few minutes using a basic “cut and paste” technique.
Open a Web browser and navigate to HtmlCommentBox.com
Copy the HTML code displayed on the page that loads in your browser. Left-click at the beginning of the code, hold down your left mouse button and drag to the end of the code. Right-click on the selected text and click “Copy” on the context menu to copy the code to your system clipboard.
Load any Web page into the program that you use to edit your website. Position your mouse at the point where you want to insert the comment box. Click once in the open space, then right-click and choose “Paste” from the context menu. The HTML code is copied from your clipboard and inserted into your Web page at the specified location.
Click “Save” to save your changes. Load and view the Web page in your browser to see the comment box.
Adding a comment box to your website will give visitors an opportunity to leave feedback about your content and website design.