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    PHP
    PHP code
    - on my www.oneDesert.com
    including
    • 1.PHP Calendar

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    Unix
    unix commands
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    Windows
    Win-clipboard
    - set clipboard from file
    (written in Visual Basic)
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    ASP.NET code


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    ASP
    ASP code
    - on a separate server
    including
    • 1.State Capitals Quiz
    • 2.Colors
    • 3.Databases
    • 4.Shopping Cart
    Perl about
    perl code perl code samples
    including
    • 1.env.cgi • 3.mydate.cgi
    • 2.display.cgi • 4.bitmap.pl
    • 5.counterc.cgi • 6.gifc.cgi
    • 7.file-not-foundc.cgi • 8.who.cgi
    • 9.fmycal.cgi • 10.m1.cgi
    input.pl
    HTML about
    special HTML <tags> about
    Cascading Style-Sheets (CSS) about



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    Javascript
    Image-Flip - changing pictures... adjust timeout, grid layout... there is also 1-image version
    Bouncing Ball

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    about Perl
    counterc.cgi is my most complex perl script here, displaying or , while logging:
    _2731  Wed Sep 24 19:25:38  216.174.171.156  tools.metric-conversions -- web.ask.com/redir?bpg=http% :)
    ____1  Wed Sep 24 19:25:33   68.154.212.111  bw.things2
    ___14  Wed Sep 24 19:25:26   68.154.212.111  bw
    _4245  Wed Sep 24 19:21:49     61.1.203.222  _index -- RB:index.html :)
    _4244  Wed Sep 24 19:21:03     61.1.203.222  _index -- google.co.in/searc :)
    _2730  Wed Sep 24 19:19:36   134.48.178.226  tools.metric-conversions -- web.ask.com/redir?bpg=http% :)
    ___25  Wed Sep 24 19:18:03   24.221.115.152  arizona.my_phoenix
    

    ... more about counterc.cgi (Hit Counter)



    Other Perl scripts include
    • 1.env.cgi - displays all the $ENV environment variables passed from HTML via CGI
    • 2.display.cgi - outputs in HTML format any text file read, without translating HTML tags
    • 3.mydate.cgi - demonstrates time reading/formatting in perl
    • 4.bitmap.pl - outputs a x-bitmap image of a number passed in

    ...more on my • perl code page


    about HTML + Javascript
    Image-Flip is my JavaScript code which handles changing pictures, with adjustable grid layout, display algorithms, and time-delay between image flips.

    To handle the picture-grid changes, Javascript needs to close the current window and open a new one (passing a parameter via #NUM after HTML page name, where NUM is number of pictures displayed).

    The initial window needs to be opened by Javascript, because otherwise the user will be prompted by the browser with a Yes/No question (a browser's security feature) about closing the current window.


    Note about JavaScript:
    make sure it works in Netscape, as Internet Explorer (IE) is a lot less forgiving, for example on the topic of buttons on a form -- there is no need for the button being on a form in IE, but Netscape insists on it. For Example:

    in Netscape:
    document.form1.bNumWindows[0].checked = 1;

    in Internet Explorer ('form' not required, but is a good programming habit):
    bNumWindows[0].checked = 1;

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    about special HTML <tags>

    tagdescription
    <nobr> .. </nobr> do not break a phrase on a single line, even if text extends outside the window
    <pre> .. </pre> exact rendering follows, including extra spaces, newlines
    // all of this text is inside of <pre> tags
    // try also <pre style="margin-bottom:0; margin-top:0"> 
    void main ( void ) {
      int i=0;
      for ( i=0; i<20; i++ )
        printf ("%d ", i );
    }
    // until here
    <tt> .. </tt> typewriter text type
    This is typewriter text type
    <code> .. </code> "monospaced teletype-style font like courier" for code segments
    $string =~ s/http:\/\/(www.{0,1}\.){0,1}//g;
    <plaintext>
    <listing>
    <xmp>
    obsolete - browser may ignore

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    about Cascading Style-Sheets (CSS)
    - Cascading Style-Sheets are used for managing the overall behavior of a document.
    They must be set before <body>, and can effect the behavior of each text font, table font, table element layout, etc... For example you could set a default for each of the following:
    • font: Verdana, 8pt, black
    • table font: Verdana, 8pt, black
    • table elements: Nowrap, cellpadding=0

    ...more about Cascading Style-Sheets (CSS)

    alternately, you could set the style individually, for the specific table, etc...
    <font  ... face="verdana,sans-serif,arial,helvetica" color="" style="font-size:8pt" >
    <table ... style="color: black; font-family: verdana; font-size: 8pt" >
    <form  ... style="margin-bottom:0; margin-top:0" >
    


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    Perl Links PHP Links ASP Links Javascript Links Misc
    perldoc.com - Perl documentation... eg. cookies
    CGI.pm reference (O'Reilly)
    PHP.net ASP history learn javascript - jennifer madden HTML 4.0
    HTML <tags>
    ActiveState - Visual Perl $295
    (plugin for Visual Studio .NET)
    Zend Studio ($195)
    Web Bureau (Free)
         

    Notes:
    http://www.keller.com/html-quickref/latin1.html - 8-Bit ASCII Codes and HTML Equivalents • HTML special characters
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    Last Updated: Sat, November 12, 2005 15:17