Pricing

  • Free

Version: 0.1

Released: May 23, 2000


Requirements
Unix, Windows 95/NT

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Developer

Darren_Deans_6g


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CSVread

Display information from a CSV database on your website. Plugs directly into your site's look with little effort. Automatically filter the information displayed. Two versions available with advanced filtering and results paging.

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Excellent script. I was searching for one like this for a long time. You can have a database running in no time!

Posted by userfriendly on Feb 27, 2004 Reply

Extremely useful companion to the csvwrite script. It displays the data from your database according to the user designed template. Includes the ability to display data in HTML tables. Setup is easy even for those with no previous CGI experience.

Posted by PatM on Feb 11, 2004 Reply

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Posted by SJL14 on Feb 02, 2004 Reply

Very helpful script. Easy to install and simple to use.

Posted by dongi on Jan 30, 2004 Reply

Very easy to impliment, I have found the support to be fast and helpful.

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Posted by jimmay3 on Jan 22, 2004 Reply

This is a great script for rendering database data to the web. I now manage several web sites from a central database with all data rendered in HTML using CSVReadPlus and CSVSearchPlus. With a slight modification to CSVSearchPlus, I created arrays of all tables for a website making database tables "relational". Using inline frames, it's also possible to display data from more than one table on an HTML template. So, there are virtually no restrictions on what one can do using these scripts.

Posted by Dave_B on Nov 30, 2003 Reply

As a web developer who used to have to pay a subcontractor to do CGI work, I was very happy to find these scripts. The scripts are extremely simple to set up - and the CSVread in particular helped me to create a very sophisticated site from a single database and a couple of templates. I have not experienced any problems with server resources and the tech support was fast and courteous - even though the problems were all caused by my ignorance. For the low cost these cannot be faulted.

Posted by Sleepyfrog on Nov 30, 2003 Reply

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