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Request for : Software / Developing firm for subdomain TLD / DNS


I would like to know if they exist software packages for subdomain TLD (ex. info.xx where xx is the country code) to use it so that it will allow me to operate a full functional site like centralnic.com

Also if you know developing firms they create such programs reply with their info too.
I need serious companies for the moment and not freelancer programmers

I tried elance.com but their service (of elance.com) is extremely unreliable.
They donĒt reply at all?to any support request, even if you are the one you give your money
Also most developers are people they thing they will write a few code quicly and get they money without giving you any solid program.

I contact OpenXRS for their solution they offered but itĒs cheaper to take a trip to the moon rather buy a solution from them

Anyway, post your ideas

WebSeeker


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