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My Classifieds

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Perl/CGI classifieds script for use on small to medium sites using flatfile data storage.
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My Classifieds is a Perl CGI implementation of online classifieds, similar to other classifieds or auction sites. It displays all aspects of the classifieds and creates all of the files for you. Admin just needs to specify the categories, colors, template, and a few other site-specific variables and preferences. This is done through an intuitive manage script. The script supports email and deletion/modification of ads by users, as well as searching ads, and auto-delete after an admin-specified number of days. The admin can also delete or edit ads, delete or ban users, and change users passwords. My Classifieds also has an intuitive language module that is easy to edit. Already supported are English, Spanish, Puerto Rican Spanish, Norwegian, Portuguese, Danish, and Dutch.

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Submitted on
7th April 2000
Last Updated
11th February 2009
Licence Type
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(14 ratings)
Average User Rating: 2.8/5
tried this one too.
Reviewed byAnonymousonTue, 15th July 2003
Rating 5 - Excellent
This is the same as MyClassifieds. I'm writing the same review I did for MyClassifieds. It's great. It looks good, easy to install, and easy to use.
This scripts needs serious updating
Reviewed byAnonymousonFri, 28th March 2003
Rating 2 - Fair
First of All: *The Images Do not Show *I was unable to delete/updates ads *Can Not Use HTML in categories *Modifying fields in pain in the butt *Limited desgin capability (other than the icons) I hade to configure the code a lot to get it in compliance with my site, and after all that work it still not working corrctly! Waste of time.
Fri, 16th April 2004
Both the images and updating/deleting ads is a configuration problem on your part. Why in the world would you want to use html in the names of your categories? I am the author, and I respond to every request for help that I get. My name and contact information are in the readme. Had you contacted me, I could have fixed your problems myself or explained to you how to do it.
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