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Version: 2.3.1

Released: Oct 29, 1995

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Matt's Script Archive: Guestbook

This Guestbook program allows visitors to your site to input their name, email, url, location and comments into a form. The results are then written to your guestbook file.

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A good script if you're looking for a simple guestbook.

Posted by JamesJones on Jun 10, 2003 Reply

Simple, but effective.

Posted by lingerie on Feb 10, 2003 Reply

It's a nice and simple guestbook - it doesn't do anything wrong, but it definitely isn't the best out there. Easy to set up and if you want a simple, plain guestbook, this is the one for you.

Posted by JcT on May 21, 2000 Reply

A nice script. Works fine, extremely easy to set up (only takes minutes) and it doesn't contain dozens of files as most other similar scripts, but the layout could be a little better. It's very easy to customize everything though.

Posted by hofverberg on May 11, 2000 Reply

A decent, but outdated, guestbook script, which provides a good basis for customization. My own modifications include improved message formatting, and converted for use with SSI to separate the comments file from the main HTML file.

Posted by nrudish on Mar 28, 2000 Reply

It's great if you just want a simple easy to use script.

Posted by Raven885 on Jan 09, 2000 Reply

Simple to set up. Very weak security, it's a compromise waiting to happen. Customization requires editing the source code, rather inflexible. Good for those with simple needs, but not robust enough for those that want more.

Posted by ism on May 24, 1999 Reply

I like Matt's Scripts in general, and this is a robust guestbook script that is also easy to set up. However, it is a little harder to customize the HTML, since it's all inside the script, instead of in templates.

Posted by zannah on Jan 19, 1999 Reply

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