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dating script needed


Dec 28, 1999, 4:04 AM

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dating script needed

I need a program which will help with the running of a dating site. At the moment i have a search script running which outputs details,but if new users add a profile i have to amend the database manually.Could do with an automated script that adds new users and yet still allows searching.
See current site-www.lovelinks.co.uk
Also search script only works on unix-need it-or new script to work on NT.
any help appreciated-will pay for custom script


Dec 27, 1999, 10:36 PM

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Re: dating script needed


There are a few programs already made for personals-type sites.

Midmart Penpal List - Free
This script allows your visitors to place a personal ad, or browse the profile of other users. You can use it as a penpal list, or a simple dating or personals site."

Midmart Matchmaker - $199
Unlimited number of users; Free or fee based system; Email verification while membership; Photo upload possibility; Powerful search; Built in anonymous mailer; Users have their own unique username and password; Users can edit their accounts; Users can delete their accounts; "Forgot your password?" utility"

Personals - $99
"Start your own computer dating or personals site - fully automated, anonymous email, browse profiles etc. Simple setup."

e-Singles match making software - $349+
e-singles is a web based application that can serve as your "match making" software. It is a software solution that behaves in very much the same way that some of the other popular dating websites do. It can plug into any unix web server that supports perl.

Though I realize you're looking for an NT program, I was not able to discern the OS requirements for most of the programs listed above. Contacting the program developer is the best way to learn if their program will operate on your server.

If none of the above program suit your needs, please repost with your program particulars, and a custom programmer may pick up the gauntlet.

- Jasmine

[This message has been edited by Jasmine (edited 12-28-1999).]