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Dictionary 101210 Dictionary 101210 Dictionary - $0.00 Version 101210
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Description Updated 2013-07-25

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Every site needs a dictionary... for all the special terms and words which are unique to your own industry. Easy to set up and manage, your users will love having access to those hard to understand terms.

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This is a great way to get repeat visitors!

If the subject matter of your site contains words or phrases which are unique to your industry, why not place a searchable dictionary on your site?

Upload a text file with your words and definitions along with the script and soon you'll have a searchable dictionary.

There is a feature to allow clickable links to other terms within the dictionary which are displayed with the definitions.

This is great for music sites, which have their own unique Latin, French, and German terms, as well as medical sites, mechanical sites, and much more!

Registered Version comes with support and unlimited updates.

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