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phpMyDirectory

phpMyDirectory is a professional, full-featured tool to create a fast, secure, and user-friendly business directory (Yellow Pages). It is self-administered and supports unlimited categories, trade leads with pictures and descriptions, banners and logos, paid memberships, ratings, maps, and many other features. It includes a full- featured administrative solution. Users can be charged for paid memberships using PayPal IPN or the Authorize.net AIM feature.

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  •  03 Dec 2003 06:06

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    20 Feb 2004 07:05 jeffcovey

    Re: "project is closed"

    > maybe it's worth removing the
    > comments not to confuse people.

    Ok.

    19 Feb 2004 22:55 gvy

    Re: "project is closed"
    Well then maybe it's worth removing the comments not to confuse people. I've just rechecked (no-cache, links/lynx from thre different locations) -- and it's even more funny: two hosts yield what you've shown, but proxy host (213.186.192.181) tells that "PROJECT IS CLOSED" (links used no proxy).

    Oh well: "magnetic distortions in epsilon locality" 8-)

    19 Feb 2004 15:23 jeffcovey

    Re: "project is closed"
    Bizarre. I've tried from three geographically remote clients, but I
    don't see that, sorry.

    19 Feb 2004 15:11 gvy

    Re: "project is closed"
    Well let's hope it's some local artifact; still there should be no ancient cached page copy.


    In any case, here's a screenshot (http://linux.kiev.ua/~mike/misc/phpmydirectory.com.png) of what I've seen.

    19 Feb 2004 14:58 jeffcovey

    Re: "project is closed"

    > http://www.phpmydirectory.com/

    Right. I don't know what you're seeing there. This is what I see:


    <a
    href="http://jeffcovey.net/tmp/phpmd.png">http://jeffcovey.net/tmp/phpmd.png

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