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Auto FollowUp has been made to work with additional plugins. Some of the added features included in this are:1. A 'subscribe by email' script so users can add or remove themselves automatically from your lists by sending an email. 2. A merge script which allows you to upload comma and pipe delimited text files and merge their fields with your AutoFollowUp databases. 3.
This is truly amazing! If you've ever wasted hours of time sending out emails, only to have them bounce-- or go nowhere. . . if you've ever wished it was easier to manage unsubscribe requests, subscribe requests, keeping track of sales letters, managing multiple products-- if you're convinced that email marketing works, you just don't like doing it, then this is for you.
This is fun, and a great way to add some style to documents you need to place on the web. Upload a text file to the Internet and let users view it as a real book, even turn pages with sound effects. If you have multiple books, they are displayed in a library from which to choose the book you want. The words are set up to fit the page perfectly, and the pages are created automatically.
When I design web sites for clients, I now use this script to put the control into their hands; rather than hire me for every little content modification, they can easily make the changes themselves from any browser. Do they need to upload images? No problem; this script includes a file manager for a special upload directory. They can quickly place images in this folder, and remove old ones.
Like Scrabble? Wish you could play with family and friends who are miles away? Now it's possible with the online Crossword script. Great, realistic, Scrabble-style action Letter bag, personal tray, password protected Automatic turn sequencing and email updates Unlimited simultaneous games Online rule book Winner announcements Administrative controls such as game deletion, score adjustment, and more.
This free Dynamic IP Direct script automates the process of updating an ever-changing IP address. Dial-up; even Home DSL and Cable connections can change your IP address without warning, unless you pay big-bucks for a static IP. This script reports your IP to any subdomain site like CJB. net, and saves your real IP to a text file on the server. Have multiple domains? No problem.
FAQ Search allows you to place a searchable and easy-to-update Frequently Asked Questions database on your site in minutes. One script file, and a single database text file can be uploaded in a few minutes giving your users access to the most recent answers. One of the most important pages on a site is a Frequently Asked Questions page.
FavSync is a free program which will keep your favourites menu from various computers 'In Sync. ' Now, using this free Perl script, you can view your favourite URLs, even if you're not at your own computer.
If you use Outlook in a small office, you've probably wished more than once for a way to use the scheduling features. It just doesn't seem worthwhile to drop a lot of cash on the Exchange Server when there are only a handful of employees. There are alternatives which make use of IMAP folders, but these can be hard to deploy. Free/Busy Folder is a viewer program which allows you to remotely interact with your co-workers schedules.
With this script you can give users access to their own page and update it when they wish to. . . perhaps a member's section on a group web site, or maybe allow users to leave their own mark. The script allows the uploading of a single picture-- the user can change this picture when they wish. It has a section for favourite links, a headline and title, and a section for the body of the web page.
Need to ask for real signatures on your web site? This Perl script makes use of a free Java applet which captures signatures as a series of numbers. You allow users to sign your petition or document with the signature. pl script, and you may view the signatures later with with view_petition. pl script. New!Now you can let your visitors view the petition, without concern for privacy.
This script is free for a limited time. Does your church web site have a way for people to post prayer requests? If not, this script may be a nice enhancement. With the integrated RSS feed, people can subscribe using their RSS reader and always have the latest prayer requests available. Be alerted everytime there is a new request. Even allow the whole church to subscribe to requests (using a group, such as Yahoo groups).
This script is easy to set up. Simply use FTP to upload images in a special directory. They can be the same size or varying sizes. Then call the script from your SHTML web page using an "include. " Each load of the page will show a different image.
What to place random quotes in a footer on every page? Perhaps you'd like to change HTML in the body of your document each time someone visits your site? This script is an easy solution: it reads a text file, randomly chooses one of the clips of text, and prints it to the users browser anywhere in the document you want it to. You must be able to use SHTML pages, otherwise known as server side includes (SSI).
This script does require you to have a basic understanding of HTML and Perl so that you can modify the rooms and other information to suit your needs.
This small script will fetch X number of items from an RSS feed, parse it as plain HTML, and print it to a browser. In order to speed things up, the RSS feed is cached to a text file on the server. It checks for updates to the feed every Y number of days. The 'see it work' link below is for our news page on this site. This page is generated from my blog on CrookedBush. com. It's also used for the news page at ServiceBuilder. net.
login with guest and guestHere's a Schedule Scenario:As a worship pastor, you plan a schedule for two months in advance. You want to use as many of the musicians as possible, so you usually rotate the instrumentalists through two bands alternating each week, and the vocalists through four teams. Some of the people have given you a range of dates for which they are not available. Others have expressed a desire to play less frequently.
If you want to add a simple shopping cart to your site, this is a good start. á It keeps track of returning users without using cookies. á They check off items on your pages then click "add to cart. "á It will add shipping etc. to the final total, then when they click "purchase", you are notified. á Their email is sent to you so you can contact them about payment. To deploy, simply add a checkbox code to each item on your site.
Next time you do an overhaul to your site design, why not make it simple by using Site Skinner? Easily change graphics, layout, headers, footers, colours, and more with this amazing script. Instead of deleting an old look, simply add a new skin to replace the old one. Users can choose the style of site they prefer from your 'skin-me' page.