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  • Free

Version: 0.1

Released: Jun 01, 2000


Requirements
Unix, Windows 95/NT

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Developer

Darren_Deans_6g


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CSVwrite

Send information to a database from a webform. It is simple to set up and customize the style. Two versions available with advanced options for sending a copy of the data to the webmaster and three types of required fields. The data is stored as a CSV database.

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The CSV series of products simply work. Stop looking for any other online database products, this series is just too easily customizable. Get it now and trash all the other junk you've ever downloaded.

Posted by jimmay3 on Jan 22, 2004 Reply

Super easy to implement and customize!

Posted by cgiindex on Nov 30, 2003 Reply

Started with the freebie and was plenty happy with the level of functionality. But, things got more complicated (as they do) and the extra functionality of the upgrade really helped - being able to send data to myself and specifying required fields being the two main bonuses. Never had any problems on install - piece of cake. Good support.

Posted by arfa on Aug 06, 2003 Reply

These are great scripts! I too am a novice, however, I found these scripts easy and flexible to use. I can now offer my clients database driven websites. I also had a custom script created. Response and turnaround time are excellent.

Posted by CassieFFMG on Jun 04, 2003 Reply

Very easy to setup and easy to secure the database against prying eyes.

Posted by liltruck on May 09, 2003 Reply

Very easy to setup. Took minutes for a novice. Very good explanations on how to setup the scripts and get them working quickly. Could provide better HTML examples to help get the scripts' outputs just right.

Posted by Chunky_C on Dec 27, 2002 Reply

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