cookies, therefore the "personal counter" below will work on any page.
Use your browser's
"view source" command to see how it's done... hope your browser is Netscape,
because if you are using Internet Microsoft Explorer you are in for a
of this nice page :-)
snippet, useful in order to scare your guests paranoid :-)
The above line is done by a couple of lines, in my HTML,
that look like this:
document.write("By the way, you have been to this page "+gettimes());
Get URL Info
I stole this stuff from somewhere. Hope they don't mind.
I stand upon the backs of others to show the appearance of greatness
These scripts should enable somebody to view the mime header lines that come in from
all servers before the HTML is sent. It
could help if you are having problems setting multiple cookies :-)
or are just confused. This is for instance what the header lines look like when
viewing this page:
XSet-Cookie: Count=1; expires=Wednesday, 09-Nov-99 23:12:40 GMT; path=/; domain=.geocities.com
the X at the beginning of each line represents a line-feed. After this stuff comes the HTML page itself.
the download consists of three files
ftplib.pl (goes into lib folder)
URL.pl (goes into lib folder)
url_get.pl (modify & run this one)
If you want you can define a file for the HTML document to be saved to. If not don't uncomment that line.
Here it is
Get the autoexec.bat of your hosts!
This will scare your hosts paranoid: click and see! :-)
yes it's yours!
No Micro$oft internet exploder allowed!
And here are the coveted ANTI-Microsoft scripts... use them in order to
get rid of all people using Micro$oft Internet explorer, or ameliorate them,
I have stolen them on the Web
Go to netscape please
MSIE not allowed
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FraVia 13 May 1997