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Site sold for $1,500.00. What is the script?

Discussion in 'General Programming Chat' started by xmastex, May 2, 2008.

  1. xmastex

    xmastex Registered Member

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    Code:
    hxxp://www.timemachiner.com
    is the site sold for $1,500.00
    Watch it: hxxp://marketplace.sitepoint.com/auctions/33279

    what script is it running?

    Same (almost) site here:
    Code:
    hxxp://www.futureme.org
    
    Thanks!
     
  2. zabSE

    zabSE Newbie

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    both running bespoke code,
    I looked in timemachiner, grabbed the css and noticed a /inc/ dir.. if u goto timemachiner.com/inc/ you will see folders.. look in each of the files, no real specific footprints there,

    then i went to futureme.com and there is a totally different directory structure..

    so these sites are unique I think.
     
  3. MaestroDelWeb

    MaestroDelWeb Executive VIP

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    Or you could just create a form and add fake fields and have them sent nowhere and possibly get the same results. Of course this is assuming the buyer doesn't know how to read the code used. Of course if you want it to really work it can probably be programmed for very cheap since I don't see it being a difficult task to make a form and have it run off a cron job. This sounds like a custom programming job that can be done for under $100 for a unique site.
     
  4. junkjester

    junkjester Newbie

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    one gets the mail in the future and the other one gets it now just read the bottom text

    so easy

    LOL
     
  5. xmastex

    xmastex Registered Member

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    what?? i can't really understand!
     
  6. DrJekyll

    DrJekyll Senior Member Premium Member

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    This might be of use, and its free


    hxxp://sourceforge.net/projects/e-reminders/
     
  7. Shameless

    Shameless Newbie

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    I think it's very easy to code. But I would consider to make a more secure script because that timemachiner thingie I can blow up with one little script, and site will be offline tomorow I guess.
     
  8. tattoo

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    sort of a neat idea, i think. yeah it looks like a simple script. you're just saving messages to the database with a future timestamp, then cron it to check what needs to be sent that day. it's a little tough to put an ad on an email that someone will see in 20 years though...
     
  9. pussyback

    pussyback Regular Member

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    very cool script ,I'm very forgetful so this look cool to me