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How to implement button for counting/feedback/statistics?

  Asked By: Alyson    Date: Jun 01    Category: MOSS    Views: 969

I'm new to MOSS and have been appointed to implement a knowledge base at
work. The knowledge base is basically a couple of hundred question & answers in
a SharePoint wiki, and coworkers will continue to add more question/answers.

We have the wiki in place and the next step we'd like to do is collect some
statistics on what questions people actually use. We'd like to implement a
button like "This info answered my question" that people should click if they
used the info.

I'm looking for tips and pointers how to implement such a button, please.
Perhaps in the future we're looking to do something more like in Microsoft's
knowledge base where the reader can rate the answer and give feedback as well.

Is there functionality in MOSS that let us store statistics from a button click
or what's the approach I should use, please?

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Answer #1    Answered By: Christop Mcfadden     Answered On: Jun 01

The only real supported alternative is to include the custom style sheet
in a custom theme. Then Apply the theme to the site. _layouts pages do
pick up things from the custom themes. I don't think you can add  a new
style sheet this way, but you can put your custom style definitions in
one of the existing css files that are part of a theme.

 
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