Archive for the 'HTML Tips' Category

Top Text Bar for Your Pages

Saturday, July 12th, 2008

People are using so many toolbars with their browsers… They read accustomed notifications showed by the toolbars. So more and more marketers begin using their ads look similar to the top bar notifications.


If you’d like to try this kind of text bar ( popup / “fly-in” ) with your ad / offer, this script will help you.
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How to Make a 2-Steps Opt-In form

Friday, March 28th, 2008

If you like the KISS principle you may want to have short opt-in forms on your pages. But what if you need to capture more details then just name and email?… How to not scare prospects with a big form like this:

Name:
Email:
Street:
City:
State:
Zip:

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Edit Existent Pop-In Window with the Pop-In-Builder

Thursday, December 6th, 2007

The Pop-In-Builder allows now to upload existent Pop-In windows and edit them instead of creation a window from zero.
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Exit Popup is now allowed in the Pop-In-Builder

Thursday, November 22nd, 2007

You may have used the Pop-In-Builder online application to create unblockable popups for free. Popular Exit Popup feature is now available.

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Normalize Their Names In A Web-Form

Friday, November 10th, 2006

When people input their names the data goes in the same format to the Data Base, and I have to correct each time manually.

I will explain you what I would like with examples:
  If the name input is: “RAUL”, I need it transformed to: “Raul”
  If the name input is: “RAúL”, I need it transformed to: “Raúl”
  If the name input is: “raúl”, I need it transformed to: “Raúl”
  If the name input is: “rAUl”, I need it transformed to: “Raul”
  If the name input is: “raUL”, I need it transformed to: “Raul”

… from correspondence

Some of autoresponders can capitalize the first letter of names, another can’t. You can force this with any autoresponder and opt-in / squeeze forms.

This simple JavaScript code allows you to normalize the format of names before your web-form is sent to a server.

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Content rotation

Monday, October 30th, 2006

There are many scripts which allow you to rotate banners, ad-blocks and canned paragraphs. This scripts provide you with lot of features such as statistics, split testing, cloaked links, etc. You may have a beautiful admin panel to control your campaigns…

But sometimes, all you need is rotate some content at your page. And you can implement it quick and simple without installation of a professional script.

Let’s suppose you have a main web-page where you’d like to rotate some content on.
You can create a number of files with the HTML-snippets to rotate them at your page: page1.html, page2.html, page3.html, page4.html

page1.html:
<a href="http://digg.com/submit?phase=2&url=http://askmichel.icoder.com/2006/10/30/content-rotation/ &title=Content+rotation"> <img border="0" src="/wp-content/plugins/sociable/images/digg.png" width="80" height="70" /></a><br />Digg.com
page2.html:
<a href="http://del.icio.us/post?url=http://askmichel.icoder.com/2006/10/30/content-rotation/ &title=Content+rotation"> <img border="0" src="/wp-content/plugins/sociable/images/delicious.png" width="80" height="80" /></a><br />del.icio.us
page3.html:
<a href="http://reddit.com/submit?url=http://askmichel.icoder.com/2006/10/30/content-rotation/ &title=Content+rotation"> <img border="0" src="/wp-content/plugins/sociable/images/reddit.png" width="90" height="90" /></a><br />reddit.com
page4.html:
<a href="http://co.mments.com/track?url=http://askmichel.icoder.com/2006/10/30/content-rotation/ &title=Content+rotation"> <img border="0" src="/wp-content/plugins/sociable/images/co.mments.gif" width="80" height="80" /></a><br />co.mments.com

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Custom Error Pages for Different Addon Domains

Sunday, October 1st, 2006

I’d like software or a script that lets me use different custom error pages for different addon domains. In Cpanel at the moment you can only use the same custom error page for all addon domains and the main domain they are under. I don’t even know if what i ask is possible but I thought I’d post it anyway :-)

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Many things are possible when you know what do you want ;-)

Let’s consider various domains you may have at the same hosting in addition to your main domain (site).

A Parked Domain is pointed to the same folder as your main domain and shares the files / pages of your main site.

An Addon Domain is similar to Parked Domains. But it is pointed to a sub-folder of your main domain (site), and can have it’s own settings. However you can’t create error pages for Addon Domains through your Control panel, you can do it by hand.

A Subdomain doesn’t have an independent domain name. It’s a composite domain name which is pointed to a sub-folder of your main domain (site).

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Comprehensive Feedback Form with Attachments

Thursday, September 7th, 2006

You know that spam harvesters are able to take e-mails from websites if they are just coded in standard HTML. You could encode your email as I’ve described earlier. But a feedback form is the best approach.

The most of feedback forms allow them to enter their name, email and type a message. Sometime you may need to send an attached file (a photo, a screenshot…).

This Feedback-Form script provides you with an option to send an attached file with the form message.

Download: feedback-form.zip

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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.

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Protect your email address placed at a web-page

Thursday, June 22nd, 2006

Bad guys scan the web in looking for email addresses for their spam bases.
Their bot-scripts can detect your email address when you place it at a web-page.

Now what? Do you give the email address to your visitors?
You can protect your address at your web-pages.

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