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Microsoft Free Fridays: reject MSIE on Friday.<br>
More information: <a href="http://davenet.userland.com/2001/06/13" >http://davenet.userland.com/2001/06/13</a>
A little something to make a directory
of pure raw textfiles into HTML, with
capabilities to be usable. Page design
is a matter of template tweaking.
Floating Code Module
I love a lot HTML4 layers.... We can do a lot of smart stuff and having fun with such things... ;-)
A friend of mine is working on very interesting site on PC stuff (like motherboard, CPUs, Hardisks, etc.). He really want to find a new way for "special" sponsors. The top, left, right, bottom banners are good but not really a new concepts. Most of the new PCs or Mac have a HTML4 compliant browser (ie Mozilla 4+), so the main idea to exploit the layers with such browsers...
This module allow you include whatever you want RXML, HTML code between <float> .... </float> RXML tags and present this code (banners, ads, ...) on the top of the page with left to right scroll or right to left scroll. This can works with frames...
This is a bit original for banner, and really I love this !
BUGS : Seems to works only on Netscape 4+, not on MSIE 4+ (I didn''t try with MSIE 5+, but I suppose it doesn''t works...).
Intelligent Error Module
This module replaces the common Roxen
error message. Whenever a nonexistent
page is linked to by someone from within
your website/websites, it may send you
a mail, notifying you of the event or
log the event in the eventlog, as you
If, however, the referring document
originated from a search engine -- say
Altavista -- the module will try to
report this url as a bad link to the
engine, in an effort to make the web a
little less 404-ridden. (Don't you just
hate those 404:s?)
When the referring document was not on
your site(s) and not a known search
engine, the module will quietly log the
referring document, the requested
document and start counting how many
times this link has been followed here.
Currently the module exists only on the
drawing-board; coding is in a very early
This module allows easy creation of slideshows and presentations.
Allows the users of your site to vote at polls, suggest new
poll questions. It also contains a simple administrators
interface and enough automatic behaviour to be easy to use
for any stressed web master.
Copyright (C) 1998 Thomas F Abrahamsson
The Elfwood Project, firstname.lastname@example.org (alt: email@example.com)
Simple RXML forums
Provides simple threaded forum discussion areas reminiscent of the old "BBS" message areas. Consists solely of RXML scripts -- no modules to add. Considerable configurabilty without editing the RXML (and a lot more if you do :-). Requires MySQL and Roxen. Free for any use whatsoever.
This is a module that can be used as an <accessed> replacement that store hits in an SQL Database.
This module create some fancy stars which follows the mouse on the top of the HTML page on HTML4 compliant browser.