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  • Free
  • $150

Version: 2.0

Released: Feb 19, 1999


Requirements
Unix, Windows 95/NT

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9.13

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Developer

Alex_p8


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Links 2.0

An easy-to-use directory management program to run a complex link directory without being overwhelmed by editing and updating HTM pages.

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Nice script. A lot of mods for this script and support is fairly good for a free service. I'd get it again.

Posted by gnomepark on Oct 28, 2000 Reply

Posted by Dan42 on Oct 22, 2000 Reply

Reasonable price, but you have to put in a lot of time to customize the interface.

Posted by WebHiro on Oct 06, 2000 Reply

Posted by sceylani on Sep 20, 2000 Reply

Posted by vstopnice on Sep 01, 2000 Reply

Very neatly organized and professional. Many big corporations use this as their link tool. The best I've seen to date.

Posted by Flyingferret on Aug 13, 2000 Reply

Superb, active user support via bulletin board. Liked it so much I revised my site.

Posted by ArtL on Aug 06, 2000 Reply

This script is sweet. I've seen quite a few implementations and have one myself. It's highly configurable. It has templates and the possibilty to further tailor it to your individual needs and wants with any of the many modifications available. They have an excellent support forum, too. I could write a book about how great this script is. I highly recommend it if you're wanting to install your own directory.

Posted by Sanguinarius on Jul 14, 2000 Reply

I've maintained a web-portal site for three years now and there isn't much I could add to this software's "wish list." Basically, it has everything the webmaster of a small site needs.

Posted by pavka on Jul 09, 2000 Reply

The script looks good for the parts that I have working. It does give you error files that you can use to fix the problems but the readme file needs a total rework because it doesnt tell you where all the files are to be placed and gets confusing when it comes to permissions.

Posted by soundselecta on Jun 29, 2000 Reply

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