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    Links directory free SQL

    hi,
    can anyone recommend a very good free directory script, structured like yahoo and requires SQL database. there are so many out there especailly on hotscripts.com and i can't really try them all.
    the linkscaffe 3.0 at gonafish.com is the best i've found

    any ideas
    thanks in advance.

    i've put this thread in php but cgi is ok too.
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    I dont understand what you are asking...

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    I dont understand what you are asking...
    neither did i until I checked out http://www.gonafish.com

    Anyway, chances are if you looked through hotscripts and this is the best one you could find based on ratings, you might as well go with it as long as it suits your needs. It looks like it does what it needs to, so there shouldn't be any problems. Hopefully you can understand their code and alter whatever you need to if you must.

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    oh wait a second.. i forgot, this one isn't free.. my bad.. will look for one for you.. try the 3.0 version and see if its to your liking. I guess the only different is that they don't offer support.
    Last edited by duniyadnd; 06-17-2003 at 01:51 PM.

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    check out sourceforge.net as well. you can see how actively developed he programs are
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