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osDate & osDate Evo
« on: December 10, 2017, 09:13:53 AM »
Dear friends,
I am new here :)

I need 5 things to know and discuss please help me out.

1st, is the official osDate site closed down? is this forum someone made or a part of the official osDate software?

2nd thing, what is the difference between osDate & osDate Evo ?

3rd thing, I need to start a new dating site, which one I should select osDate & osDate Evo ?

4th thing, is osDate & osDate Evo is totally free to download from this forum and use it?

5th thing, i like this forum, looks promising :)

Appreciate your replies, and information. So I can go in the right direction to start using the osDate for my new site.

Many thanks in advance.
Cheers

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Re: osDate & osDate Evo
« Reply #1 on: December 10, 2017, 09:24:53 PM »
Hi Kan,

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1st, is the official osDate site closed down? is this forum someone made or a part of the official osDate software?

Yes the official osDate is no more, hasn't been for about 7 years.

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2nd thing, what is the difference between osDate & osDate Evo ?

They are the same but, osDateEvo has many fixes and updates so it will work in PHP 5.6, it has responsive templates and more mods.
The older osDates don't work in PHP 5.6 and haven't had any updates.

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3rd thing, I need to start a new dating site, which one I should select osDate & osDate Evo ?

Use osDateEvo and there are some really nice templates built with Bootstrap by KHDev.

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4th thing, is osDate & osDate Evo is totally free to download from this forum and use it?

Yes it is still free so far ;)

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5th thing, i like this forum, looks promising :)

Thank you, we try.
Regards,
Pharg ( Phill )

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Re: osDate & osDate Evo
« Reply #2 on: December 11, 2017, 08:41:39 AM »
Great reply, thank you for the details and I understand now.
Will try to install osDateEvo and test that out.