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Title ePoll
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Price $29
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Category Perl & CGI » Scripts and Programs » Polls and Voting
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Description No mess, no fuss, easy to use Voting script. Create as many polls as you like. Create a Poll in less than 60 seconds, guaranteed! Choice of three statistical displays, add extra fileds, option to require unique votes, real time preview, option to display actual number of votes or just percentages. Place the scripts on your web site and run as many polls as you like.

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