Archive for August, 2006

Simple Photo Album / Slide Show Generator

Monday, August 21st, 2006

I need a script or html coding that will enable me or my users to have a slide show of images. …there is a single image on the home page, that I would like to rotate like a banner - I expect the script here would do that, but inside there are albums. I want visitors to be able to watch a slide show in any album.


OK. The main issue is to gather images from your server folder. Javascript can’t do this. So we have to use a PHP-script to scan your server folder and generate a slide-show Javascript.


Back To School with AutoResponse Plus

Monday, August 14th, 2006

I have a great news!
Neil Morgan starts the “Back To School” offer.

You get FREE Upgrade to the AutoResponse Plus RSS Module for ordering the ARP3 now.

Your subscribers now can choose how would they receive your messages.
The ARP3 with RSS Module is able not only to send emails but also provides your subscribers with a personalized RSS feed. This great new method guarantees delivery of your messages.

Neil is offering this to a limited number of people during August.
Check this link below (not an affiliate)

I hope this helps you to communicate with your customers better.

Yet another Countdown Timer

Thursday, August 10th, 2006

You may have seen those timer based on a Flash animation. You have to be familiar with Flash Studio to create your own one.

My son created a simple JavaScript replica of this timer. His Online Countdown Timer became popular because of you can just insert a few lines of code into your html-page to get it working.


Simple OTO and Countdown Timer

Monday, August 7th, 2006

You may remember my Countdown script. Now we can combine it with the Simple OTO script to show a Countdown timer only once.

There are 2 variants of the Countdown script. You can use it with a popup window and at your regular page without a popup window.
Here is a recipe to add the Simple OTO script to both variants.


Simple One-Time-Offer script

Sunday, August 6th, 2006

The most of One-Time-Offer (OTO) scripts are based on cookies.
This isn’t a best method. But it is simple and it works in most cases.

The script I’d like to show you uses the same “cookie” method. But this script has a twist.
You may have several One-Time-Offers. And they would appear one by one every time they open your page again.