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Title env-nav
Platform FreeBSD, Linux
Price Free
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Website Visit Website of - env-nav
Category Perl & CGI » Scripts and Programs » Site Mapping
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Description This is a Perl script for site navigation. It "unlinks" the current page in a sidebar(or wherever), essentially making a dynamic "you are here" map.

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