Does the prospect of programming turn your legs to jelly and your mind to putty? If the answer is yes, consider EZCGI from IMM Studios, a UK-based company.
EZCGI is a framework that allows users to run Web-based applications (remote apps) on a Web site without any server or programming expertise. The first remote app from EZCGI is a search engine, Aladdin. When used on a Web site, Aladdin also monitors your site for broken links and spelling errors, while remembering all the searches that have been made. It can be used on any Web site without software installation or programming.
To preview, play around with or familiarise yourself with Aladdin, visit the EZCGI site at (www.ezcgi.com). The monthly charge for Aladdin is #75, which covers the rental of the application and storage of index data on IMM Studio's server. (www.ezcgi.com).
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