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Dynamic Member Based Site

dynamic member based php site



4:43 pm on Jun 26, 2005 (gmt 0)

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I was wondering if any of your web jedis have a recommendation for the best dynamic 'member based' php mysql database script package available out there?

Something similar to www.hotscripts.com where members can add their links, and then I will be sent an email to approve or deny the listing? it needs to be a dynamic member management system that allows my visitors to add their link / listing to my site...and then I will get an email for approval or denial of the link...If I approve it will automatically write to the site. EAch visitor who adds their listing will be taken through a series of signup screens, aftering adding the listing, admin will be sent an email to approve or deny the listing. If approved, both a short listing in the catagory view and a brand new 'stand alone' details page will be created and added to the site.

Isnt there some popular code packages out there for this? Like I know there are auction site codes, but? i am not sure if thats what I need.....your advice is greatly appreciated...

thanks in advance...



5:26 pm on Jun 26, 2005 (gmt 0)

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Hi Taylor,

Sounds like you might be after some kind of portal system. Have you looked into those? Try Hotscripts.com, they have loads there.

Good luck.


6:32 pm on Jun 26, 2005 (gmt 0)

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If you want some sort of link indexing script, take a look at HotScripts.com (Go to PHP - Scripts and Programs - Link Indexing). I think you want that kind of scripts.


7:07 pm on Jun 26, 2005 (gmt 0)

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yes, I have looked at hotscripts before, I searched it last night for 6 hours...no dice...

ironically, the actual website of hotscripts is the exact "portal" style that I need...but I cant find a package style code like that at the Hotscripts website,

anyone have any other suggestions?



3:25 am on Jun 28, 2005 (gmt 0)

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try slashcode, the engine behind slashdot.

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