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Please, point me to the *good* guestbook to start with.

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Contributed by Anonymous Monk on Mar 19, 2001 at 01:05 UTC
Q&A  > CGI programming


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Is there a good guestbook with admin capabilities to remove entries and answer to postings.

No matter based on flat file or SQL database.

Thanks.

Answer: Please, point me to the *good* guestbook to start with.
contributed by merlyn

Check the link at the bottom of every page. Or perhaps you want an alternative.

Answer: Please, point me to the *good* guestbook to start with.
contributed by dmckee

I think you need to decide what you're looking for: if you want to reply to postings, do you want to just be able to edit and remove entries, or have a fully fledged discussion board?

Answer: Please, point me to the *good* guestbook to start with.
contributed by alfie

How about trying to look at perl-guestbook section at cgi.resourceindex.com? That is the first page I start looking at when I am searching for something special :-)

Answer: Please, point me to the *good* guestbook to start with.
contributed by cLive ;-)

Discusware - i was gonna write my own bulletin board before I found this - Very easy to install, great for guestbook as well, although if that's all you need it for it may be a bit of a sledgehammer :)

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