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Version: 1.0

Released: Dec 01, 1997


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Unix, Windows 95/NT

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BNB Virtual Card Creator

Easy to install and customize virtual card script. Supports an unlimited number of card creation pages, midi music, card preview, background colors and images, text colors and more. Old cards are automatically purged.

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I love this script, it's the best postcard script out there and it works on NT.

Posted by stacy on Mar 15, 2000 Reply

Posted by anyhoo on Feb 28, 2000 Reply

Just excellent. Highly configurable. Potential to add tons of traffic.

Posted by FastFelix on Jan 07, 2000 Reply

Very easy to set up, a simple way to attract return visitors to your site. Simple to chose your own theme and have your own images. Well done!

Posted by auzziebob on Nov 20, 1999 Reply

Being the first script I ever worked with, I was surprised at how easy it was to set-up. I even changed a few things, without any prior Perl knowledge! If you want a fast, easy and attractive post card script for your site, this is the one.

Posted by Tiffiny on Nov 12, 1999 Reply

Fantastic! Easy to set up, and modify! Highly recommended!

Posted by Cameran on Nov 02, 1999 Reply

This is an excellent program. It does require some work with image files, but mostly cut and paste with minor mods.

Posted by CgiCoder on Oct 03, 1999 Reply

This script can be easily modified to fit any of your needs if you know a little HTML and Perl. This script is modular (as all should be) allowing to you to customize only the subroutines you want. BNB use the "here document" to generate the HTML in the script so it can be easily modified as well. A good script to study for beginners. I recommend renaming the log file, so spammers can't access the file.

Posted by DaleTaylor on Sep 20, 1999 Reply

What an excellent script!!! This was the first CGI script I worked with and it was difficult at first, but once you figure it out, you'll learn so much! The script is also 100% customizable. I recommend it to anyone, it does wonders to your site!

Posted by MTVpages on Sep 18, 1999 Reply

Used BNB for a while. Came back to see if anything better hit the scene. Looks like BNB is still king. Little hard to configure at first, but if you know your way around perl, you can easily hack it to match your site. Latest version fixes the sendmail problem, and is even better. Bravo!

Posted by Joe2 on Sep 09, 1999 Reply

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