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193294 Exit Chat

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I need a PHP script that does the following
when a visitor exits the page...

Click below to see an example:
[url removed, login to view]


As you can see, the visitor can decide to
stay on the page and check out a last-offer
by clicking the 'cancel' button...

Which then brings up a 'Live Chat' box
where an agent offers a discount or something
to the user.



But for this script, we just need a virtual
'automated' chat that displays pre-set
messages to the user.

1. The user should be able to 'pre-configure'
the chat-box with selected messages that
display one by one after a small-interval
(according to the length of the message),
so it appears like a real chat - where
sombody is typing something.



2. When the user types something, then the
script should display another pre-configured
message, (something like:
'This is an automated chat...'
'But if you have a question, please enter it
below along with your email and we will get
back to you at the earliest' )


3. EVerything should be editable...
The user should be able to add as many
messages as he wants to and should be able
to configure all the messages, including the
prompt and alert messages...


So you will have to do two thing:
- Write the script
- Create a 'exe' generator that generates the
script with the custom messages & everything

If you can only do the script without the
generator, no prob, just let me know and bid
accordingly.


Happy bidding :)
Ayush

PS: One last thing, the chat box should display
a URL at the bottom, saying:
By [url removed, login to view]

And the user should be able to keep or remove
that message.


PPS: Its a small script and right now am having
a bad month. So the less'er this thing costs me
the better :D


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