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STE297

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hi i have had a great idea for a website, but i am new to building a site

i am looking for a subscription website in which people can sign up have there own profile page, but then other people can visit their page and write a review without having to sign up themselves.

can anyone give any advice on my situation

regards

steven

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STE297

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ahh yeh i think i will take the advice as it does seem more work than it is worth

cheers for the advice

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Forum Editor

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and don't do it.

Unless you are prepared to monitor your site on a more or less 24 hour a day basis, every day of the year, you'll soon find the site full of libels, profanity, and general mayhem.

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STE297

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and i was able to remove any malicious comments that have been posted.

or would it be better if the comment were emailed to myself and then i placed them on the profile

cheers

steven

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STE297

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how about if both parties had to sign up for the site but only one person had to pay the subscription and the other person could sign up for free and comment on another profile reviewing what they think of any service provided

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