Questions Answered

Have a question? Try a search:

[show/hide replies]
[all]
[Auto FollowUp]
[Fantasy Betting]
[TextOnly]
[Crossword]
[Dictionary]
[iTreePad]
[AlbumAdvanced]
[VirtualTour]
[BookViewer]
[ShoppingCart]
[Petition]
[RSS Fetch]
[Random Text]
[SiteShadow]
[CounterMail]
[Misc]
[Questionnaire]
[MP3 Database]
[MillionDollarPixels]
[FreeBusy]
[ESC]
[Auto Followup]
 

Found 5 possible answers in category CounterMail.You may choose another category in the menu on the right.

Displaying results 1 to 5.
1. Can I call script just via [img src="/cgi-bin/countermail.pl" width=1 height=1 border=0] not the [img src="/cgi-bin/countermail.pl/blank.gif?name_of_page_it_is_on.html" width=1 height=1 border=0]    Cat: CounterMail
[reply]

2. Can I set $cache_limit = 1; if I wish that email to be set me right after the first visitor/hit?    Cat: CounterMail
[reply]

3. How I can to disable emailing feature at all? I do not see there any selector for that purpose.    Cat: CounterMail
[reply]

4. Please explain the variable $days_delete : it looks that it duplicates $cache_limit. For example, I can set $days_delete = 30; so script will wait 30 days before sending the logfile? I thought that $cache_limit already does the same thing.    Cat: CounterMail
[reply]

5. Where is the logfile, and what format (txt, html)? Is the logfile created manually or automatically? I can't find a a variable for "path to logfile" within script.    Cat: CounterMail
[reply]


FAQSearch Script - Create a Frequently Asked Questions search engine on your site.

Can't find your answer? Ask a new question.



[admin]

In the Spotlight

textonly $0.00
Add to Cart
 
It can be a time consuming task to create and upload those critical "text-only" versions of your web pages to the server. Now there's an easier way-- one little script in your cgi-bin and viola! instant text only pages created in real time.
[more & download links]

What People Say

Browser Page Editor $0
Add to Cart I looked into every solution all summer and for basic CMS this is just perfect. I only found it by using the right search term, 'browser based CMS' I think. Previously everything that pulled up were the hair pulling sql/php hair pulling things. Those solutions are like using a bazooka to swat a fly. Joomla's powerful but a nightmare when clients already have highly specific designs they don't want changed.
Dan Butler

[more & download links]

Post Page Comment