August 14, 2019

Advanced Search Feature

localcurve

I've been working on it for weeks and I finally finished the advanced search feature. Which that lets users search by specific criteria like mobile responsiveness, traffic rank, web builder type and etc...

And signup is now finally open to the public!

Let me know if see any bugs! Feedback is always appreciated!

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