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    resource script for hotscript.com alike service needed


    I am going to launch a site featuring webmaster plugins/addons etc. And I need a setup to control it.

    The script should be something like what hotscript/aspin/needascript/etc are using.

    So, basically its a linkscript, but with the possibility to add more info, such as price/features/etc to each link.
    Ive been looking and looking, and I cant really seem to find anything that can do that.

    Looking for a turnkey thing, not a custom script, as the budget is limited.

    Anyone able to point me in the right direction?

    thanks a lot for your help

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    There is nothing worthwhile out there which is a turnkey solution, trust me, I looked into it before I built www.phpscriptsearch.com and after a couple of days searching I just decided to write the code myself.
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    hotscript?


    You must mean hotscripts.com because hotscript.com takes me to something called Rocket Baby ..... or is that what you want?
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    What about using one of the download managers for a CMS such as postnuke, phpnuke, phpwebsite, etc.. I have seen some that will allow users to post new scripts, DL, and rate such scripts.

    At the very least, it might serve as basis to design your own and give some sample code to look at.
    Why? Because Forms just look cooler in OS X...

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