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    Talking [DHTML] Tell A Friend Script

    1) Tell A Friend Script

    2) AUTHOR NAME/NOTES: Abraham Daniel @ http://TheXbanners.com

    3) DESCRIPTION: A quick way to allow returning visitors, or anyOne to promote your site, by telling his/her friends about it.
    It's basically an email template with all the fields filled In.
    The only thing the user have to do is click the send button on their mail client. As simple as that.

    4) URL TO CODE: Demo, download, and other stuff

    Edit: Removed Link as it was not relevant to the post any more (4/5/08)
    Last edited by thetestingsite; 04-06-2008 at 01:04 AM.

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    Nice, but a server-side approach would be more appropriate and/or user friendly.
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    link dont work

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    This is an old post and probably the website the OP linked to has been taken over by marketing companies. In any case, if you are looking for a "Tell A Friend" script, search for a server side script instead of any other client side solutions (basically for security and being more compatible). I have closed this thread and removed the link in the original post as it is no longer relevant.
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