ot: lynx friendly survey sites?

Karen Lewellen klewellen at shellworld.net
Fri Jan 11 18:44:10 UTC 2008

Hi there,
As I said in my last post, I agree about survey monkey.  Their staff is 
inconsiderate to boot.
A question about these alternatives, as I am not our web person.
What is the basic setup one would require to use any of them in house?
Sadly he is more of a Windows person with Mac rising.  our site also is 
handled via another company, but if the basics are well basic, it might 
be an option.
Thanks again,

On Fri, 11 Jan 2008, Tim Chase wrote:

>> One of the companies is
>> http://surveymonkey.com
> I've tried to use surveymonkey.com with Lynx (and Dillo) and have
> had trouble with it requiring JavaScript.  I find that odd given
> that it seems to just be basic HTML form-filling...nothing that
> couldn't be duplicated server-side.
> Depending on the nature of your need (a 3rd-party hosted survey
> vs. an in-house hosted survey), there are several PHP/Python/Perl
> scripts that allow you to host your own survey for free and
> adjust them to meet your needs.  A couple that come to mind:
> PHP Survey software:
>  PHP-Surveyor: http://sourceforge.net/projects/phpsurveyor/
>  which became
>  Lime Survey:  http://www.limesurvey.org/
>  UCCASS:  http://sourceforge.net/projects/uccass/
>  and this which I found but isn't free software
>  http://www.hotscripts.com/Detailed/73590.html
> Python:
>  writing one from scratch in Django would be pretty easy
>  http://djangoproject.com
> Perl
>  http://www.freeperlcode.com/guide/Survey_and_Voting/
> Hope this gives you some alternatives to consider.
> -tim
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