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  • Free
  • $150

Version: 2.0

Released: Feb 19, 1999


Requirements
Unix, Windows 95/NT

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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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Posted by hackan on Jun 24, 2000 Reply

Posted by hayfever on Jun 24, 2000 Reply

This is a good script, doesn't like Cobalt servers. You need to edit some files. I found it difficult and time comsuming to intregrate into my web pages.

Posted by jimmyd on Jun 22, 2000 Reply

Although the author took a while to do the modifications I requested, he told me in advance he was busy, and that was ok for me. Good programmers are always busy anyway. At the end Links SQL delivered what it promised. It actually delivered more than what it had promised. For instance, this search engine allows configurations to deliver what other programmers call "intelligent query." I was also able to add a "keywords" field to Links SQL, so a visitor could find a site with a search word.

Posted by CarlosChapa on Jun 20, 2000 Reply

Posted by samueldu on Jun 14, 2000 Reply

AMAZING SCRIPT! I love it! Now for Links SQL...

Posted by Matt_kaufman on Mar 04, 2000 Reply

Well, it's a very good script, but if you want to really make a web directory, a flat text database is very slow, and you cant sort the data...

Posted by Azra3L on Feb 29, 2000 Reply

I found this program to be one of the most powerful free scripts on the net. Setting up does take a while, but it is certainly worth it. Any problems can usually be resolved on their online forum. Hundreds of mods available for free.

Posted by RevenueMakers on Feb 25, 2000 Reply

If you are looking to create you own Yahoo or Portal Site, this is the script for you. Easy to use, easy to install... need I say more?

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