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LX - Reciprocal Link Exchange Script Version 1.01

Copyright © 2003 by Ryan Steventon. All Rights Reserved

You should carefully read all of the following terms and conditions
before using this program. Your use of this software indicates
your acceptance of this license agreement and warranty.

By using this program you agree to indemnify Ryan Steventon
from any liability, arising from the use of this program.

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Step 1:

Edit lxconfig.php and change the settings inside

Step 2:

Run lxsetup.php, which will setup the database for LX.
Delete lxsetup.php when the database has been setup. This is important, as otherwise it can be run again, by you, or anyone else.

Step 3:

Go to the following url in your web browser:

Using This Script:

When you run LX.php, you get a simple list of the links in your database.

You can create a webpage where you would like your links to appear and call LX.php through that.
For example, I wanted to keep my existing link page filename, so I use a .htaccess file to make my webserver treat my links.htm file as a php file. Since I use a directory on my webserver for my links page, this doesn't affect all of my other htm pages.
I then placed this inside the file: <?php include'http://www.funnypictures2.com/linkexchange/lx.php';?>

Included with LX is an example links page, with the .htaccess file to make it work.

You can also use SSI to execute LX.php to display in your page.


I hope you like this program, if you have any suggestions, feel free to email me, hide@address.com

Ryan Steventon, 23 November 2003.
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