Censura is the most robust and flexible reviews and rating engine available on the market today. Censura provides an unparalleled level of content value and site impact rating, as well as an unprecedented level of integration within existing community platforms, including XenForo, vBulletin, Invision Power Board, phpBB and SMF. Drive traffic and content to your site by empowering your visitor and users with the ability to voice their opinions. Customise your reviews site with complete control over the look and feel via Censura's template engine. Edit the language of your site with full UTF-8 international character support. Search engine friendly URLs with complete control over the styling. Flexible ratings system, customisable on a per-categry basis. Why stick with just 5 stars for your reviews? Powerful, object orientated codebase specifically written for PHP 5.2+Visit publisher site: Censura
License & Pricing Information
- License Type:
- $149.95 USD
- Additional Info:
- Lifetime license with 12 months updates and support.
Displaying 1-5 out of 5 reviews
I was using Censura for a few years and paying my license renewals. I submitted a ticket, posted on their forum but never heard back. I do not believe they are still in operation.
No Answer, no replay, bad dealing, very expensive script.... Needs management and support, Manual how to use script... i just put my money in the garbage... No way to go step in the future, so please close ur website and search for another Job
I set up both Censura and Five Star Review. Censura has more features, e.g., you can set up several questions ("overall satisfaction," "value for the price," "durability"). However, Censura has no way for users to register themselves. The administrator has to enter each user. Otherwise the users can only post anonymous reviews. The documentation says that you set up vBulletin, have your users register for the bulletin board, then have Censura access that database. That's too complicated.
Censura is a nice piece of software and has great potential, and considering there isn't much out there in the way of review software, this would be at the top of my list. However, that being said, development of this software is verrrrrry slow. Additionally, support for it is hard to come by. I gave Censura the benefit of the doubt in hoping development would move forward faster, but after a year of waiting for a simple converter, I have decided to abandon using Censura for my site. Like I said, it has great possibilities and potential, but the development and support just isn't there.
Crowded with TOP SITES like software I spend something like a month searching for any chunk of code being able to rate something else than sites. Found 5, 3 of them were damaged enough to fail all trial to install them. 1 after installation simply turned to be another top site engine, simply without any documentation... Censura right from installation was one big and nice surprise. Working, crowded with options, easy to admin, easy end-user interface... Today I manage over 10.000 reviews and +2000 items on my site - and have never been thinking there is any script simply for 99 bucks doing the job of 10.000 bucks software. Excluding Censura :)