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Reply #30: Feb 11, 2013 03:46 am

How about Force Matrix Option with 5 levels or 8 levels , that would be optional to the members.

Once his/her direct Referral Purchase the Matrix position, the upline must upgrade first before earning from his DR otherwise the upgrade position will go to the admin.

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Reply #31: Feb 11, 2013 07:32 am

These are all default things all scripts should include Tongue .

If only a script had them all included Tongue Most of this you can find in one script or another... but not all in the same one (yet...)

Getting to the games part... a head/tails & odd/even type game would be a nice feature dance2
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Reply #32: Feb 11, 2013 09:50 am

good luck. maybe i will buy it  Cool
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Reply #33: Feb 11, 2013 10:15 am

If only a script had them all included Tongue Most of this you can find in one script or another... but not all in the same one (yet...)

Getting to the games part... a head/tails & odd/even type game would be a nice feature dance2

Yep a script that can do everything effectively is very important, and yeah those are easy things to create haha.


Also in regards to a matrix system, I was thinking of making a MLM module for this, can someone describe in a bit of depth exactly how this matrix/mlm system should work in regards to a member purchasing things and what their referrals must do ect?




Also thanks for considering my project for purchase Smiley . It will be solid, and should grow rapidly as people purchase copies ect.. I will make sure the product is affordable to a range of groups as well. 
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Reply #34: Feb 13, 2013 06:13 pm

As its turning out the developer will be formulating how to make the script and then within 2-3 weeks the development will go down. He is full time freelancer so it should not take too long once he gets the ball rolling Smiley . This will be the first full ptc/gpt script made from scratch in a while heh... As everyone loves screenshots ill be sure to post some frequently when the time comes Smiley . All suggestions for what you want to see should be made now or forever don't complain when the product is released x) .
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Reply #35: Feb 13, 2013 06:44 pm

Open Source Code.
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Reply #36: Feb 13, 2013 10:28 pm

Open Source Code.

If I could open source it without the chance of being nulled or given out free I would. There are reasons the whole source can't be revealed.. I will try to reveal as much as I can so you can do customization's though.
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Reply #37: Feb 28, 2013 10:13 am

Well the development list is finalized and my partner is beginning the work. A revolution shall be coming to the PTC/GPT world Wink . I can not include all initial features I was planning in v1 but as the first month of our launch progresses I will apply all sales to go into more development as well. Also any admins that would like to test the script when it is developed and provide insight on things that might need to be changed and updated please PM me so I can keep you on a list, you will get exclusive viewing to see it and make suggestions before final product is released. Also for those who give really good insight into what needs updated I will possibly  give a monetary incentive Smiley .

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Reply #38: Feb 28, 2013 11:27 am

Well the development list is finalized and my partner is beginning the work. A revolution shall be coming to the PTC/GPT world Wink . I can not include all initial features I was planning in v1 but as the first month of our launch progresses I will apply all sales to go into more development as well. Also any admins that would like to test the script when it is developed and provide insight on things that might need to be changed and updated please PM me so I can keep you on a list, you will get exclusive viewing to see it and make suggestions before final product is released. Also for those who give really good insight into what needs updated I will possibly  give a monetary incentive Smiley .

Thanks.


I guess you have already had a bunch of suggestions about the possible features to implement. However, I have not seen much of advice about handling the code, so I will go ahead and give you some (rather demands than tips).

First of all, how you handle server scripting in terms of language used (it will be php I guess) and the methods used to achieve something is completely up to you and your developers. Nonetheless, the markup and presentation, in terms of methods, is very important to all those implied to your future software.

- Be semantic -- please be, I beg of you. Choose the tags based on what they define, not how they look like. A lot of GPT script writers fail to grasp the point of having a website, and yet they do have them. They even write scripts (half-assed, but still scripts)!  at wits end

- Separate content from presentation. The first point kind of implies this one, but I will mention it as a separate one. Throw out inline styles, don't make non-empty tags empty, at all. (like <div class="clear"></div> or <div style="clear:both"></div> for instance -- yeah, ridiculous float-clearing method from 2000).

- Make your layouts fluid. And responsive, if possible. -- Now some people will go "yeah, what's wrong with good ol' fixed layouts" and "WCAG, what the heck is that??". Being responsive is not a must, but it's very good practice, mainly due to the upraise of handheld devices.

- Avoid, or limit to a strict minimum, using of client-side scripting (mainly javascript). And of course, don't ever make it do css's job. The loading time goes up, and the content quality goes way down.

- Go strict. Transitional doctypes are a simple sign that your website's a jumble of coding practices' transition from 20th to 21st century. Also throw out HTML5. It's repeating code bloats and redundancies of HTML 3.2, exactly what HTML4 tried to undo.


Making all of the above come true would be a huge exploit for the GPT world, a real revolution. If you succeed in all of the aspects mentioned above, you would be the very first GPT script creator who figured out the point of having a website in the first place. It seems pretty easy, but in fact it is not.
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Reply #39: Feb 28, 2013 03:21 pm


I guess you have already had a bunch of suggestions about the possible features to implement. However, I have not seen much of advice about handling the code, so I will go ahead and give you some (rather demands than tips).

First of all, how you handle server scripting in terms of language used (it will be php I guess) and the methods used to achieve something is completely up to you and your developers. Nonetheless, the markup and presentation, in terms of methods, is very important to all those implied to your future software.

- Be semantic -- please be, I beg of you. Choose the tags based on what they define, not how they look like. A lot of GPT script writers fail to grasp the point of having a website, and yet they do have them. They even write scripts (half-assed, but still scripts)!  at wits end

- Separate content from presentation. The first point kind of implies this one, but I will mention it as a separate one. Throw out inline styles, don't make non-empty tags empty, at all. (like <div class="clear"></div> or <div style="clear:both"></div> for instance -- yeah, ridiculous float-clearing method from 2000).

- Make your layouts fluid. And responsive, if possible. -- Now some people will go "yeah, what's wrong with good ol' fixed layouts" and "WCAG, what the heck is that??". Being responsive is not a must, but it's very good practice, mainly due to the upraise of handheld devices.

- Avoid, or limit to a strict minimum, using of client-side scripting (mainly javascript). And of course, don't ever make it do css's job. The loading time goes up, and the content quality goes way down.

- Go strict. Transitional doctypes are a simple sign that your website's a jumble of coding practices' transition from 20th to 21st century. Also throw out HTML5. It's repeating code bloats and redundancies of HTML 3.2, exactly what HTML4 tried to undo.


Making all of the above come true would be a huge exploit for the GPT world, a real revolution. If you succeed in all of the aspects mentioned above, you would be the very first GPT script creator who figured out the point of having a website in the first place. It seems pretty easy, but in fact it is not.

Noted in our documents Thanks!  thumbs up
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Reply #40: Mar 11, 2013 02:17 pm

Development progressing daily, so far Paypal has been fully implemented as well as basic purchasing forms for paid to click systems.  thumbs up  . Will be a loooong time before any real stuff to show yall much, but it is going along Wink .
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Reply #41: Mar 11, 2013 02:18 pm

Development progressing daily, so far Paypal has been fully implemented as well as basic purchasing forms for paid to click systems.  thumbs up  . Will be a loooong time before any real stuff to show yall much, but it is going along Wink .

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Reply #42: Mar 11, 2013 03:07 pm

If you implement these casino type games, be sure to restrict which processors can fund the account to play them, Particularly PayPal will not appreciate the gambling.
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Reply #43: Mar 11, 2013 03:22 pm

If you implement these casino type games, be sure to restrict which processors can fund the account to play them, Particularly PayPal will not appreciate the gambling.

Yes ofc, processors limited to specific branches of the site are crucial.
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Reply #44: Mar 24, 2013 12:31 pm

After much thought I have decided to go with a faster/ more efficient/secure platform than php/ mysql. Using microsofts ASP.net language and mssql. Will keep you posted Smiley .
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