0|AutoFollowup|icons/icon_ibf.gif|Follow up with customers, sending them unlimited autoresponders with a personal touch. Administrate all autoresponders from any web browser, adding unlimited letters and unlimited lists. Now this is customer service made easy!|screenshots/screenshot_autofollowup_admin.jpg||/test_area/autofollowup/followup_admin.cgi|5|/cgi-bin/auto_followup.pl?redirect=/thankyou.shtml&p=auto_followup|AutoFollowUp is a Perl mailing list program meant to run on your web server.

It was created expressly for those users who want to have an autoresponder hosted on their own site, but have severe limitations imposed by the webserver administrator. A few examples of these limitations could be a limit on the number of emails sent per hour, no creation of cron jobs (automated script executions), no Server Side Includes (SSI) or no access to SQL databases.

AutoFollowUp (AFU) automates the process of following up with your customers. You can create an unlimited number of lists, each list containing an unlimited number of consecutive emails. For example, each list could be set up to contain sequenced sales letters for different products you have available on your site. After subscribing, a user could receive a welcome email, and then potentially get another email from you every day, every week, every month, or at any interval you specify.


AFU lets you place special fields in your emails to personalize them. First name, full name, ip address, date subscribed, and email address are a few of the fields available.

Opt-In/Opt Out

You can enable a double opt-in/opt-out system using AutoFollowUp to be certain that those who are subscribed actually want to be subscribed. The ban list also ensures customers aren't accidentally resubscribed or emailed. Subscribe and unsubscribe requests are handled automatically as well-- customers can click an unsubscribe link in the sales letter, or reply with the word 'unsubscribe' in the subject line.


If you can't use MySQL databases on your webserver, you will still be able to run AFU, since it utilizes multiple flat text-file based databases: a different one for each list, and a separate file for each outgoing email.

Control Panel

The control panel in AFU gives you complete control over each list:

1. Automatically create the HTML for forms,
2. Edit the users in your list,
3. Create new lists and new letters
4. Send 'one-timers' to a particular list
5. Change the 'From' name or email for any list
6. Allow other staff/volunteers access to specific lists
7. Copy lists

and more.

Try out AFU for free today!

- Unsubscribees can select the lists they wish to be removed from
- You can limit AFU to send X number of emails in an time division (useful for hosts who allow only 10 emails per hour, etc)
- File locking issues fixed|/faq.shtml?cat=Auto FollowUp&hidereplies=1|1|auto_followup.zip|aaafu|90507-1532|5|2013-07-25 1|AFU Plugins|icons/icon_plugins.jpg|These scripts combine with Auto FollowUp. AFU allows people to subscribe to the autoresponder by email, but this collection contains a script that will actually answer an email! It will respond to email subscribe and unsubscribe requests. Other plugins include a mailing list script to mail the entire list at once, and a database plugin to import multiple formats into Auto Follow Up.|screenshots/screenshot_autofollowup_admin.jpg|||2.50||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. A mailing list script which allows you to send to all users who check the 'add to mailing list' check box in your AutoFollowUp Forms.
These additional scripts help make AFU one of the best selling scripts on our site! Buy it today.|/faq.shtml?cat=Auto FollowUp&hidereplies=1|2|AFU_plugins.zip|iafuplugins|30214-1141||2013-07-25 2|Dictionary|icons/icon_dictionary.jpg|Every site needs a dictionary... for all the special terms and words which are unique to your own industry. Easy to set up and manage, your users will love having access to those hard to understand terms.|screenshots/screenshot_dictionary_search.jpg||http://www.intelliscript.net/test_area/dictionary/|0.00|/cgi-bin/auto_followup.pl?redirect=/thankyou.shtml&p=dictionary|

This is a great way to get repeat visitors!

If the subject matter of your site contains words or phrases which are unique to your industry, why not place a searchable dictionary on your site?

Upload a text file with your words and definitions along with the script and soon you'll have a searchable dictionary.

There is a feature to allow clickable links to other terms within the dictionary which are displayed with the definitions.

This is great for music sites, which have their own unique Latin, French, and German terms, as well as medical sites, mechanical sites, and much more!

Registered Version comes with support and unlimited updates.|/faq.shtml?cat=Dictionary&hidereplies=1|3|dictionary.zip|r|101210|6|2013-07-25 3|Crossword|icons/icon_crossword.jpg|Allow your users to play this Scrabble(c)-style game on your site. Not only will they enjoy playing with other gamers all over the world, but the game emails sent on each move contain your customised advertisment. Get the 'word' out to people while they have fun!|screenshots/screenshot_crossword_board.jpg||http://www.intelliscript.net/test_area/crossword/|5.00|/cgi-bin/auto_followup.pl?redirect=/thankyou.shtml&p=crossword|

Like Scrabble? Wish you could play with family and friends who are miles away? Now it's possible with the online Crossword script.

This script has received a lot of attention. Because it's server based, and not Java based (Java and JavaScript are dependent on the users browser), WebTV users love it. There are plans in the works to add a more extensive admin section allowing the administrator to control advertisements both on the gane screen and in the emails, as well as have access to deleting, point correcting, and more.

Now is a great time to purchase the registered version of the Online Crossword Game.

Thanks to a fellow programmer, Jim Melanson, this script now calculates points automatically at each turn. INCREDIBLE! (blank-tile-bug now fixed)|/faq.shtml?cat=Crossword&hidereplies=1|4|crossword_registered.zip|aaacrossword|7.60515-0934|7|2013-07-25 4|iTreePad|icons/icon_itreepad.jpg|If you've used the famous 'TreePad' then you know what this is about! Instantly place your TreePad 'hjt' files on your web server and access them from any browser... make edits, changes, all from the comfort of your Internet-connected computer.|screenshots/screenshot_itreepad_1.jpg||http://www.intelliscript.net/test_area/itreepad/|0|/cgi-bin/auto_followup.pl?redirect=/thankyou.shtml&p=itreepad|

If you've seen TreePad, then you know it's a great way to save and organize data. (See www.treepad.com)

I describe it as an Explorer for Notepad. Now you can share this data over the Internet with an online explorer-style viewer.

Simply upload your TreePad file in ASCII, and visitors can browse your TreePad the way it was meant to be seen: as a tree.

This script allows you to open up whatever HJT files are located in the directory. If you have a family tree file, a journal, some notes, or any other files in the same directory, then the script prompts you to open the HJT file of your choice.

Registered version comes with web online editing capability, searching, password protected nodes, multi-user editing passwords for specific nodes, and unlimited support and updates!

The password protection and editing features have been improved in this new version, and other changes such as node numbering have been added. Also, it is no longer necessary to upload HJT files in ASCII format.|/faq.shtml?cat=iTreePad&hidereplies=1|5|itreepad.zip|aaitreepad|60419-2317|8|2009-09-23 5|AlbumAdvanced|icons/icon_albumadvanced.jpg|Got a digital camera and want an easy way to share photos with family and friends? Try AlbumAdvanced- a fun and painless way to display photos on your web server. Create descriptions, customise folders, create slide shows, and more!|screenshots/screenshot_albumadvanced_1.jpg||http://www.intelliscript.net/test_area/album_advanced/|0|/cgi-bin/auto_followup.pl?redirect=/thankyou.shtml&p=album_advanced|

This AlbumAdvanced Photo Album looks through your web server in the directories in which you specify for both gif and jpeg images. It displays them as thumbs, as well as showing all child directories. As the user browses these directories, they can view the photos and images in them as thumbnails as well. If an image is clicked, then you can view it full size, or specify the size to shrink it or enlarge it however you want, all from a browser.

Each directory can have it's own password, it's own body information (background colours and link colours etc.) so that it's a breeze setting up albums for all your friends. They can login to this photo album, upload their own photos, and you never have to lift a finger. The script ensures that the total size of photos and pictures in each directory doesn't pass the limit you specify.

You could give a folder to your sister, but limit her uploads to just two or three photos. Your girlfriend could have another directory to upload to, with no limits on her uploads at all. It's up to you! Administrate it all from any browser.

Go to the friends_directory and use the login and password combo: admin/password to test the upload and settings options.

Major Update
This script has seen some extreme changes, including the ability to have smaller sized thumbnails which load faster in thumbnail view. You can see it developing on my own photo site here.|/faq.shtml?cat=AlbumAdvanced&hidereplies=1|6|AlbumAdvanced_registered.zip|dalbumadvanced|50620.1458|9|2013-07-25 6|Blog - Poster|icons/icon_blog.jpg|An easy blog posting script which works with Blosxom and allows you to post from any web browser, or by sending an email to your pop account. Make posts with a PDA simply by mailing to your blog and syncing up. Blogs are saved as simple text files, easy to backup, easy to edit. Move blogs from one folder to another, delete them, edit them... all the time keeping a record of your edits.|screenshots/screenshot_blog_1.jpg|screenshots/screenshot_blog_2.jpg|http://www.crookedbush.com/|0|/cgi-bin/auto_followup.pl?redirect=/thankyou.shtml&p=Blog|

The "postblog" script makes use of Blosxom, a free Perl script which reads text files and displays them as weblogs. The shortcoming of Blosxom is that there is no intrinsic way to post new blogs to a web server via a browser. That's where this Blog Poster script comes in. It intelligently 'guesses' where to save the blog and keeps tracks of edits. Delete posts, move posts, edit posts and redate posts from any browser. When edits are made, blogs are renamed, not deleted so you can view the history of your edits any time.

This script is an inexpensive way to start your blogging. You'll love Blosxom for it's versatility and the many plugins that are already available.

Post to this Blog script using a simple email message. If you can't connect to the web to post, but have email access, just send a quick note to your blog and it will post it. Password protected so your blogs are safe.

The installation package contains various Blosxom plugins as well, in case you haven't yet set Blosxom up on your server. Everything you need is included here to get started.||7|blog.zip|ablog|1.70317-1447|10|2013-07-25 7|FAQ Search|icons/icon_faqsearch.jpg|Put a Frequently Asked Questions script on your site to help you manage your user help assistance. This help desk will allow your users to quickly find answers to their questions. You can administrate it online, adding your own questions and answers. Users can vote on the appropriateness of the reply.|screenshots/screenshot_faqsearch.jpg||http://www.intelliscript.net/faq.shtml|0|/cgi-bin/auto_followup.pl?redirect=/thankyou.shtml&p=FAQ-Search|

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. If done well, it serves two important purposes:

  1. Users can find the answers to all of their questions in a few minutes and make their decision to purchase more quickly.
  2. You save time from answering the same questions over and over again by email. People are also less likely to become 'cold' contacts.
The bonus is that it saves you time as well. Adding new questions is as easy as adding a new line to the text file.

The problem we all face with these kinds of pages is keeping them up-to-date. It's a chore to determine what question is worthy of adding to the page, and then you have to build a static page, perhaps adding more HTML to an existing page to answer these questions.

Many webmasters don't do anything at all.

Take a look at FAQ-Search. You'll appreciate the ease with which you can interact with your Frequently Asked Questions. You'll love the time it saves you in answering email.

D e t a i l s

The idea is to continue to develop this so that it fully manages your support. Here's what it does now:
  1. Allows searching of database.
  2. Allows basic interaction with the database: users can ask new questions that are not in the database.
  3. Questions and answers are sorted by categories.
Here's what I plan to add:
  1. Script answers support email automatically. Based on keywords in the email, users are replied-to with a selection of possible answers.
  2. New questions people ask online will be added to the database as 'pending'.
  3. You will be able to answer the question online with a web form. You can either approve the question for the FAQs or delete it.
  4. Your online response to the question in the FAQ database (as outlined above) will automatically email the individual who posted the question.
Because the script is new and has upcoming development, I'm offering it at a discounted price. If you buy now you can get the full featured script for free.||8|faqsearch.zip|lfaqsearch|61121-2238||2013-07-25 8|BookViewer|icons/icon_bookviewer.jpg|Create an old-fashioned library old style books from any text file. Many choices of book style are available. Automatically generate an index, with chapters and pages... the book even has a page-turning sound. Create any type of book by take a photograph of the cover and inside pages and splitting the image up into chunks for the script to process.|screenshots/screenshot_bookviewer_cover_1.jpg||http://www.intelliscript.net/test_area/bookviewer/|0|/cgi-bin/auto_followup.pl?redirect=/thankyou.shtml&p=book_viewer|

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. The script divides the book up into pages on the fly, and you may scroll through the contents by clicking on the sides of the page. There are a variety of books styles available, and by scanning in YOUR covers and pages it is simple to create your own templates.

This script will create a table of contents automatically for books which have chapters.

What could it be used for? Maybe you want to post an online journal, short stories you've written, or even a whole novel!|/faq.shtml?cat=BookViewer&hidereplies=1|9|bookviewer3.zip|p|3.01||2013-07-25 9|DIP Update|icons/icon_dip.jpg|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.|screenshots/screenshot_-_dip_update.jpg|screenshots/screenshot_-_dip_update_2.jpg||0||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. This script will sequentially report to the domains when your IP address changes, so no matter how your web visitors find your site, you can rest assured they'll get there without any problems.

Check it out! It's easy to set up and install and BEST OF ALL, It's free!|/faq.shtml?cat=DIPUpdate&hidereplies=1|10|dip_update.zip|qdipupdate|31124-2104||2003-10-27 10|textonly|icons/icon_textonly.jpg|
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.||||0|/cgi-bin/auto_followup.pl?redirect=/thankyou.shtml&p=textonly|

This script automatically converts pages on your site to 'text only' on the fly for those who want faster access and don't have a quick modem.

It maintains most links within the site, removing images and table tags and doesn't harm links outside of the site. Simply put a link to the script on each page, and the script does the rest. It reads the data on the page, removing non-text information.

A good way to use the script is to include a link to it in a "server side include" that goes on every page automatically. I always do this on my sites for headers, footers, middle page ads, and links. That way I can change all the information on the whole site very quickly and easily.

By adding a link to this script in your links list you can automatically convert pages to plain text.

The way the script works? It's quite simple, really. It checks to see which page it came from (unless there's a page specified for it in the URL). It opens one of these two pages and removes all the HTML tags that aren't plain content. It then redisplays the page in the browser.
This scripts needs updating in a BAD way|/faq.shtml?cat=TextOnly&hidereplies=1|11|text_only.zip|ztextonly|1.1||2005-07-30 11|VirtualTour|icons/icon_virtualtour.jpg|If you've ever thought about a virtual tour, but don't know where to start, then consider trying this CGI script. Take a few photos, upload them to your web server, create a text file with descriptions, and your tour is ready!|screenshots/screenshot_-_virtualtour.jpg||http://www.intelliscript.net/test_area/virtualtour/|0|/cgi-bin/auto_followup.pl?redirect=/thankyou.shtml&p=virtualtour|

Ever want to show your place to the world? This is a fun and easy way to make a tour. Just take some pictures around your house with your digital camera. Stand in your front hall, take a picture, turn 90 degrees, take another picture, turn 90 degrees, take a third picture, and so on-- all through your house. Upload them to your web server, and your tour is almost ready.

The actual process of assembling the tour together can be a little confusing... I need to improve the process so it's more intuitive. The directions are laid out in the script, so when you download it, take a look... if you're still confused then email me and I'll try to get you started.

Each room can have a description, as well as five exits. The exits are displayed as buttons: North, South, East, West, and Door. Each room can also have a hyperlink which points to anywhere on the internet.

This script can keep track of visitors, allowing you to 'hide' objects in rooms that can be picked up; it remembers what room returning visitors were in, what they had in their posession, and more. The potential is good for making interactive games.|/faq.shtml?cat=VirtualTour&hidereplies=1|12|virtualtour.zip|nvirtualtour|4.0||2005-09-26 12|Petition|icons/icon_petition.jpg|New! Allow your web visitors to sign a petition with their real signature. Need real signatures? No problem! This script makes use of a free Java drawing applet allowing your signees to scribble their John Hancock with a mouse! How cool is that? |screenshots/screenshot_-_signature.jpg||http://www.intelliscript.net/test_area/petition/|1.50||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.

Now you can let your visitors view the petition, without concern for privacy. Unless you include the password, the view_petition script will only display the name and the signature.

Also added in the last release is the ability to specify the number of signatures per page, and 'next' or 'last' buttons at the bottom depending on whether there are more signatures to view. Also you may request email addresses with this latest release.

Download Petition now, and let me know what you think!|/faq.shtml?cat=Petition&hidereplies=1|13|petition.zip|aaapetition|50108||2013-07-25 13|FantasyBetting|icons/icon_fantasybetting.jpg|This script brings the fun of gambling to your site, without the worry of using real money. You set up the amount of credits your players get, the ratio, and some insider information for the 'pros' and let the games begin!|screenshots/screenshot_fantasy_betting_login.jpg|screenshots/screenshot_fantasy_betting_admin.jpg|http://www.intelliscript.net/test_area/fantasybetting|4.99|/cgi-bin/auto_followup.pl?redirect=/thankyou.shtml&p=fantasy_betting|

New Version: Fantasy Betting 2

I've just released a new version of this script, with amazing community features. Check it out here.

Fantasy Betting 1

This Fantasy Betting is a just-for-fun way to manage fantasy betting on your site. Every user who logs in gets a set amount of 'dollars' or 'quid' or 'bangles' (you decide the currency) and then have an opportunity to place a fun wager on items of your choice.

The script is completely customizable, meaning that with very little knowledge you can make it look like the rest of your site.

You can set up the bets in different ways:

When you announce the winner, all users are sent an email asking them to re-visit your site to claim their 'winnings.' Thus this becomes a great way to get repeat customers. Users who did not bet on compulsory items will also be contacted, to let them know how close they came to winning if only they had bet on the non-optional wagers.

When a user logs in, then are shown the amount of credits in their bank account, and they will have the option of accepting any outstanding winnings or transfers. Use this for baseball, football, or other sports for fun betting. When a team wins, log in, announce the winner, and watch the hits go up on your site.

If you have insider clues which can help a user make a more insightful bid, then make use of the 'insider information' feature. There are three potential levels of player, and you set the boundaries when you install the script.

You may also limit the number of bets a user can make per term-- say, 12 bets each week. At the end of the week you can login and reset everyone's bet count with a simple click.

Other options include editing and deleting users, manually increasing account balances, or changing usernames, emails, and other pertinent information.


If you have other ideas for this script, why not sponsor it? For a modest amount I'll add the feature and all Fantasy Betting users can benefit from it!

|/faq.shtml?cat=Fantasy Betting&hidereplies=1|14|fantasy_betting.zip|aafantasybetting|80227-1905||2013-07-25 14|Shopping Cart|icons/icon_shoppingcart.jpg|If your products are saved in spreadsheet format, just export them as delimited files and your shopping cart is ready. A simple text file database serves this shopping cart.|screenshots/screenshot_-_shopping_cart.jpg||http://www.intelliscript.net/test_area/shoppingcart/|0.00|/cgi-bin/auto_followup.pl?redirect=/thankyou.shtml&p=shoppingcart|

If you want to add a simple shopping cart to your site, this is a good start.

It keeps track of returning users without using cookies. They check off items on your pages then click "add to cart."

It will add shipping etc. to the final total, then when they click "purchase", you are notified.

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. As the user checks off items, they're automatically remembered for checkout. Considering how simple this script is to set up and install, it is quite amazing how many features are available.

There is also a database script available which can integrate with this shopping cart.|/faq.shtml?cat=ShoppingCart&hidereplies=1|15|shoppingcart.zip|oshoppingcart|UNSUPPORTED||2009-09-22 15|Free-Busy Folder|icons/icon_freebusy.jpg|Make use of Outlook's Free/Busy information when scheduling appointments without buying the expensive Exchange Server. This exchange server alternative allows you to view the busy times of your co-workers.|screenshots/screenshot_freebusy.jpg||http://www.intelliscript.net/test_area/freebusy|0|/cgi-bin/auto_followup.pl?product=FreeBusy&remind=ON&newsletter=ON&redirect=/thankyou.shtml|

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 freebusy data published automatically from Outlook. It has lots of great features like interactive time zones, searching for specific individuals, day-at-a-glance, and more.

Take a look at how I implement this script for my office by clicking the [try] link below. If you would like to see another feature, please don't hesitate to ask.|/faq.shtml?cat=FreeBusy&hidereplies=1|16|freebusy.zip|afreebusy|50504-0002||2013-07-25 16|Questionnaire|icons/icon_questionnaire.jpg|One Perl script located in your cgi-bin, multiple quizes located all over your site! Personality tests, opinion surveys, and more!|screenshots/screenshot_questionnaire.jpg||http://www.intelliscript.net/test_area/questionnaire/|0||With this Perl script you can post multiple quizzes and surveys on your site. Evaluate the answers; email results to anyone-- every quiz can be different! Whether it's a personality test, an opinion survey, or a silly quiz this script can handle them all. Use multiple choice in your forms, or memo fields for longer responses; use text fields for a single answer; limit the size of the input for each question; make it required or optional, and lots more!

This popular Perl script is sure to attract many new visitors who are excited to participate with your interactive content!

A new feature lets you create special formulas for complex form results. For example, if you need to add certain answers, subtract others, multiply, divide, etc. process an email address, send to recipients, etc. then you can add these features with only a basic understanding of Perl scripts and installation.|/faq.shtml?cat=Questionnaire&hidereplies=1|17|questionnaire.zip|aaquestionnaire|50706-1201||2013-07-25 17|Site Skinner|icons/icon_siteskinner.jpg|More and more software can be skinned. Skinning is the process of adding your own colours, images, and style to a program. Now sites can be skinned too! Install Site Skinner, and web site design will never be the same!|screenshots/screenshot_site_skinner.gif||http://intelliscript.net/test_area/siteskinner/|0||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.

Also see a demo of it here: Test Area.|/faq.shtml?cat=SiteSkinner&hidereplies=1|18|siteskinner.zip|vsiteskinner|50803||2013-07-25 18|SiteShadow|icons/icon_siteshadow.jpg|SiteShadow pulls information from other web sites, and places it within your own content as if it were your own. Put a favourite web site on your own web site, changing graphics, header, footer, or names. Or pull content from a free web host and save server space. You can even erase code, like those annoying pop-up banners.|screenshots/screenshot_siteshadow.jpg||http://www.intelliscript.net/test_area/siteshadow.cgi|0||This is a neat way to mimic content from another site.

Your web server can pose as a web browser, visit a web site of your choice, extrapolate content, modify it, and then feed it back to a user on your site.

Using a search and replace routine, you can tell the script exactly what to look for and what to put in it's place. A snippet of JavaScript can be instantly removed, or the name of the site can be automatically modified. Don't like the style of the site? It's easy to instruct this script to grab only a portion of the remote site, to change images, and then display it with a header and footer of your choice.

Warning: this could be illegal if your intent is to steal content and pose it as your own. You should ask permission of the original site owner before proceeding.|/faq.shtml?cat=SiteShadow&hidereplies=1|19|siteshadow.zip|nsiteshadow|50821-2052||2013-07-25 19|HomePage2|icons/icon_homepage2.jpg|Allow your visitors to create their own informational page on your site. They need only fill in some personal details and the script does the rest, generating the HTML automatically.|||http://www.intelliscript.net/test_area/homepage2/|0||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. It is easy to use and configure, and can be integrated into your existing web site quickly and easily.|/faq.shtml?cat=HomePage2&hidereplies=1|20|homepage2.zip|aahomepage2|2.50901||2013-07-25 20|PostCard|icons/icon_postcard.jpg|Send a postcard to a friend with this script. Use any picture on your server to create a card, then send a link to a friend so they can come back to your site to pick it up!|||http://www.intelliscript.net/test_area/album_advanced/card.cgi?action=MAKECARD&pic_select=http://www.intelliscript.net/test_area/album_advanced/photos//seth_in_tub_looking_at_camera.jpg|5.99||Allow your visitors to send any image on your site as a postcard. They can even customize the colours and the style, as well as choose their own background music.

Like many of the scripts on this site, this is useful for generating traffic to your site, because the card recipient must visit your site to view their card. |/faq.shtml?cat=PostCard&hidereplies=1|21|postcard.zip|cpostcard|56028.2134||2005-07-18 21|RoomReservation|icons/icon_room_reservation.jpg|If you are the type of organisation which makes rooms available to the public, this online reservation tool may be for you. ||||0.00||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.|/faq.shtml?cat=RoomReservation&hidereplies=1|22|room_reservation.zip|zroomreservation|40316-0830||2007-01-05 22|iAward|icons/icon_iaward.jpg|Allow users to sign up for an award on your site. You will have the opportunity to approve or reject the site and they will be sent the code automatically to place the award image on their home page.|||http://www.intelliscript.net//test_area/iaward/|0||Exchanging links back to your site is still one of the key ways to increase traffic. Finding creative ways to get these links has always been difficult.

With this script, you can starting giving out your own 'site award.' Visitors will be sent special HTML code which they can insert in their pages, and this code links back to you!

Want targeted traffic? Only give out awards to sites with relevant content. Do you have a site about ezines? Give your 'EZine Appreciation Award' to these sites so they'll link back to you. It's a great way to get noticed, and your visitors will appreciate the attention you give them.|/faq.shtml?cat=iAward&hidereplies=1|23|iAward.zip|z1|60813-0811||2013-07-25 23|FileCABINET|icons/icon_file_cabinet.jpg|FileCABINET is the software that runs THIS site. It's a full featured shopping cart database ideal for software. We use this script at Intelliscript.net. Implement any pay system into it easily, enable RSS feeds, Froogle reports, OPML, instant PAD files, Customer Reviews, and more.|||http://www.intelliscript.net/|9.99||FileCABINET is a full featured shopping cart database ideal for software. As software designers, one of the challenges we face is keeping the information about our software accessable to our users.

Our time is often taken up with updating PAD files, maintaining version numbers, generating accurate Froogle feeds, tracking updates, or managing mailing lists. FileCABINET takes our attention off of these mundane tasks, so we can concentrate on what we love: programming the software.

FileCABINET centralizes information into one flat text database, so your data is always up-to-date. Live PAD files for quickly submitting your files to software and shareware sites are generated dynamically.

Static HTML pages are created so that more search engines find your software easily. Meta tags like Title, Description, and Keywords are created automaticaly, as well as a static HTML index page which links to all the downloads in the database. An important plus is that though these pages are static, they still contain dynamic content, so making a change to a file's description is reflected immediately in your static pages! Everything is always up-to-date!

FileCABINET also has a random display feature which allows you to highlight a different item every time a page is called.

There are many fields included for each item, like a link to each products unique FAQ page, the download file, a trial page, an icon, two screen shots, a readme file, and more.

A purchase shopping cart is built into it too! Add any payment system quickly and easily.

Allow users to subscribe to an RSS feed, so that every time you update your software, their news-reader will let them know. Also allow your visitors to download an OPML file for subscribing to all programs in the database at once.

Create a Froogle upload file in one step! It meets Google's specifications, meaning a faster turn-around time to get your products listed on Froogle.

FileCABINET also generates a Google Sitemap automatically. This XML format will let search engines know what content can be found within your web site, and will place the proper file date information and page rank information automatically.

Every download has a unique link for price information and version information. This data can be fetched from other scripts or executable programs for easy integration with other carts and other sites.

Place remote copies of this script on other sites, but use the same data file-- FileCABINET will allow its datafile to be fetched like this.

Customers love to leave feedback, and with FileCABINET, it's easy to request, approve, and manage reviews for all the items in your database.

Download FileCABINET today and give it a try. You're going to love how easy this makes your job.|/faq.shtml?cat=FileCABINET&hidereplies=1|24|filecabinet.zip|jfilecabinet|50722-2130||2013-07-25 24|FavSync Perl|icons/icon_favsync_perl.jpg|Together with the FavSync program, you may View the contents of your Internet Explorer Favourites menu on your web server.||||0||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.|/faq.shtml?cat=FavSync&hidereplies=1|25|favsync_perl.zip|z2|1.0||2005-08-06 25|MP3 Database|icons/icon_mp3database.gif|An MP3 database script much like the service that used to be available to artists at MP3.com. It manages streaming, downloading, song history, story, lyrics, and more. |||http://www.intelliscript.net/test_area/mp3_database/database.cgi?action=album&search=A%20Moment%20in%20Worship|0||If you have a band, and want a simple way to manage your mp3s FROM YOUR OWN SITE, then this script is for you. Upload MP3's to a directory, then fill a quick database using Excel. Include features like song image, story behind the song, stream link, download link, purchase amount, and more! This script automatically manages streaming, downloading, song history, story, lyrics, and more. Even let your users purchase songs automatically through PayPal!

If you have any questions, just shoot me an email.|/faq.shtml?cat=MP3Database&hidereplies=1|26|mp3_database.zip|mmp3database|80812-1143||2013-07-25 26|RSS News Fetch|icons/icon_rss_fetch.gif|This small script will fetch X number of items from an RSS feed and display them within the content of your site. Great for putting updates on your site, or news, or even blog excerpts.|||http://www.intelliscript.net/test_area/rss_news_fetch/|0||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.

Update - I've written a new version of this script which parses the XML feed without use of any of the XML or RSS modules. It's not included in the zip file, so if you need it let me know and I'll email it to you.|/faq.shtml?cat=RSS%20Fetch&hidereplies=1|27|rss_news_fetch.zip|jrssfetch|40430-0950||2013-07-25 27|Outlook TabCal|icons/icon_tabcal.gif|This little script lets you share your Outlook Calendar with the world. Once a day, just export your calendar and TabCal will fetch it automatically, read the data, and display it in searchable format from a browser, or as a regular monthly calendar.||||0||Have you ever wanted a way to make your Outlook calendar data more accessible? What about a way to integrate your calendar with the same look and feel into your web site?

Outlook TabCal takes care of it all. As the name suggests, TabCal reads tab formatted calendar files.

From Outlook, click File, Import and Export, Export to a File, then Tab Separated Values. Outlook will save your calendar in tab format.

Either upload this file to your FTP server, or let TabCal fetch it from your hard drive once a day using File Transfer Protocol. You'll need an FTP server on your machine to have your calendar fetched automatically..

I have a free FTP server running on my computer, so I simply save the tab file to the anonymous folder. TabCal grabs this file daily, and saves it to the web server.

There's also a smaller version of the script which you can insert on any page. This shows any upcoming appointments for the current day only. This can be implemented into your sidebar for a quick summary of what's going on today.

NEW! - Now TabCal displays the data in regular monthly calendar format!

I'm considering integrating this script with the Free/Busy Folder script.|/faq.shtml?cat=TabCal&hidereplies=1|28|tabcal.zip|itabcal|50615.0453||2013-07-25 28|Random Image|icons/icon_random_image.gif|This simple script searches a special directory for images, then displays a random one every time the page is loaded.|||http://www.intelliscript.net/test_area/randomimage|0.00||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.|/faq.shtml?cat=Random%20Image&hidereplies=1|29|random_image.zip|crandomimage|1.0||2009-09-22 29|Random Text|icons/icon_random_text.gif|This simple script will show random text or HTML every time a page is loaded. The database is a simple text file with chunks of text separated by special characters.||||0.00||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 which you've created ahead of time, randomly chooses one of these clips of text, and prints it to the users browser anywhere in the document you want it to.

Include a snippet of HTML, like a random link, or the code for an image. Put a random testimonial on your pages... the options are virtually endless.

You must be able to use SHTML pages, otherwise known as server side includes (SSI). A server side include is a way to include the results of a Perl script in a page in real time.|/faq.shtml?cat=Random%20Text&hidereplies=1|30|random_text.zip|drandomtext|1.0||2005-09-02 30|Browser Page Editor|icons/icon_browser_page_editor.gif|Set up your client's web site so they can edit content from any browser. They don't need to worry about messing up your design, because they can only change the content.|screenshots/screenshot_content_editor.jpg|screenshots/screenshot_content_editor2.jpg|http://www.intelliscript.net/test_area/editor/|0||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.

It's password protected, so only the right people can make changes. It's easy to integrate, even into pre-existing sites.

Place the edit link on the pages you want users to be able to change. The script figures out the path to this page, displays the content in a WYSIWYG format (for WIndows IE users only). Familiar commands like control-B for bold or shift-Enter for line breaks make this simple to learn and use.|/faq.shtml?cat=Browser%20Page%20Editor&hidereplies=1|31|browser_page_editor.zip|aabrowserpageeditor|30615.0951||2013-07-25 31|AFU Form Submit|icons/icon_afu_form_submit.gif|This script gives you form processing power! Request any information from your user and have it emailed to you automatically in text and HTML format. But it also forwards the fields you specify to any list in your auto responder!||||0||Many times you may want to collect a lot of information from a user that isn't covered in Auto FollowUp, like phone number, address, city, credit card information, etc. There are five customised fields in AFU, but perhaps some of this information doesn't belong in a customized field.

That's when this script comes in. Create any form you want, with as many fields as you would like. The contents will be emailed to you and the information you want to keep in your autoresponder will be inserted automatically.

How does it work? It's simple, really. Just include some hidden fields in your form: the name of the list to add to, and the name of the fields to insert into AFU. The script does the rest.|/faq.shtml?cat=AFU Form Submit&hidereplies=1|32|AFU_Form_Submit.zip|gafu_form_submit|40531-0940||2013-07-25 32|Link Engine|icons/icon_linkengine.gif|This link engine lets an administrator post URLs to an administration page along with titles and descriptions. They can be sorted by category in a plain view, or searched and filtered based on keywords and categories.|||http://www.intelliscript.net/test_area/link_engine/|0.00||Everyone likes to exchange links, but keeping track of links isn't always the easiest thing to do.

It's easy now!

From any browser login to the admin screen and add as many links as you want to as many categories as you want. The script will let you search the links list, or display it in a simple one page format. You can also display a "Link of the Day" on any page with a server side include.

To try the admin screen, login with username admin and password password.|/faq.shtml?cat=Link Engine&hidereplies=1|33|linkengine.zip|alinkengine|||2007-01-05 34|CounterMail|icons/icon_countermail.gif|CounterMail is a web stats and counter script in one, but with a slight twist. It will read visitor's ip address, referring pages, time of visit, and more-- saving to a cache file. After a preset number of visits the contents are emailed to you, and the cache is cleared.||||0.00||Not all web hosts allow server side includes, and many do not provide statistical information about your visitors. You'd like to know who is visiting your page, what route they're taking through your site, what browser they are using, and what time they were there?

Maybe you want to know the sites which are linking to you and which links are generating the most traffic.

Now this is all possible, even with limited CGI access. If you can run basic Perl scripts, and have access to SendMail on this server, CounterMail can retrieve the information from your visitors, and email it to you.

You get to choose when the email comes; every visit, after 10 visits, 50 visits, or any number of visits-- it doesn't matter.

Want to show a counter on your page? This script can be called using SSI, to show a simple count of unique visitors. A visitor won't be counted twice, even if the counter is placed on all your pages.

Call it with an img tag, and add the string /blank.gif to the end of the script to display a one pixel gif. Or, call it with a Server Side Include to show the visitor count.

This script also sorts the visit data by IP address, so it's easier than ever to see the exact path someone used on your site. I find this terrific to use with search engines. For example, someone searches on Google for "Cool Widget" and then goes to 5 pages on your site. It shows how long they were on each page, and how long they were on your site altogether. You can also see which page they exited from, and more!

This is a new script, so try it out and let me know what you think.|/faq.shtml?cat=CounterMail&hidereplies=1|35|countermail.zip|cacountermail|50409-1418||2009-04-15 35|Text Chart Tranposer|icons/icon_text_chart_tranposer.gif|This tranposer script will convert text chord charts (the kind popular to guitar players), and tranpose them up or down any number of half-steps. Great for putting those chords in the right key!|||http://www.intelliscript.net/test_area/chord_tranpose/text_chart_transposer.cgi|14.95||Do you ever wish you could change the key of a song so that it's not too high, or not so low? We've finally found the solution to your problem!

Now Text Chart Tranposer will put these charts in any key. Choose how many half-steps you want it to go up or down, for example, 5 or -6-- then whether you prefer flats or sharps. One press of a button and the work is done. Your song will instantly moved to the new key!

Text music charts are available all over the Internet. Guitar players and other instrumentalists know how easy it is to read and play from these musical charts. Usually they contain lyrics, with chords over the words. Lots of different web sites provide these chord charts for free.

But sometimes we need to transpose these charts to a new key, and that's when Text Chart Transposer comes in!

This script was originally written to be implemented into the ServiceBuilder software.||36|text_chart_transposer.zip|ctextcharttransposer|1||2007-01-05 36|PrayerWall|icons/icon_prayerwall.gif|This script is great for churches: put a prayer wall up on your web site. Allow anyone to post a prayer request by submitting a form. Keep your congregation praying, and in touch with the prayer needs in your church.|||http://www.intelliscript.net/test_area/prayerwall-preview/|0.00||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). When there are new requests, the group gets an email and the RSS feed is automatically updated.

There's a sample script running in the 'test area,' so give it a try. Login as 'admin/password' to view the adminsration area.

The format for saving requests has changed, so if you're updating this script from a previous version, you will need to re-enter your old requests.||37|prayerwall.zip|aprayerwall|60912-2115||2009-09-22 37|Bible in One Year|icons/icon_bible_in_one_year.gif|Another script for your church site: this allows your congregation to read through the Bible in a year, either by visiting your site each day, or subscribing to the RSS feed.|||http://intelliscript.net/test_area/bible-in-year/|0||Like many of the scripts I design now, an RSS feed is integrated right into it.

This script allows the user to read four or five chapters a day, usually two from the old and two from the new. In this manner, the entire Bible can be read in a year.

It can be viewed in a browser, using the style of your site, or it can be read in an RSS reader.

Currently it fetches The Message from the Gospelcom.net site, but it can be modified quite easily to fetch any translation or language.||38|bible_in_one_year.zip|abibleoneyear|91002-1505||2013-07-25 40|BookViewer Skins|icons/icon_bookviewer.jpg|BookViewer Skins is a plugin for the regular BookViewer script. This download includes a number of styles to choose from. Simply indicate which style you wish to appear with this book at the top of the books text file. This script does the rest, customizing the page layout, the page size, the numbering, the chapters, and more.|screenshots/screenshot_-_bookviewer_style2.jpg||http://www.intelliscript.net/test_area/bookviewer/bookviewer.cgi|0|/cgi-bin/auto_followup.pl?redirect=/thankyou.shtml&p=book_viewer|BookViewer Skins is a plugin for the regular BookViewer script.

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. The script divides the book up into pages on the fly, and you may scroll through the contents by clicking on the sides of the page. There are a variety of books styles available, and by scanning in YOUR covers and pages it is simple to create your own templates.

This script will create a table of contents automatically for books which have chapters.

What could it be used for? Maybe you want to post an online journal, short stories you've written, or even a whole novel!|/faq.shtml?cat=BookViewer&hidereplies=1|8|bookviewer3_styles.zip|bookvierstyles|3||2013-07-25 41|Arranged Blind Dates|icons/icon_blinddate.gif|When moving a web site to a new server, you may now easily preserve file dates in the transfer. Especially when using Blosxom, which organizes blogs by filedate, it is important to maintain this date information.||||0.00||These two scripts make it possible to traverse all files in a subtree, even an entire site, record the dates of the original files, then apply those dates to the new server.

You should run the first script, BlindDate, on the old server. It traverses all the directories on the server and saves the file date for each file to a flat file text database.

Then you should upload all files to your new servers. All html files, Perl scripts, text files, images, etc.

When all files are uploaded to the new server, and the flat file text database of file dates is uploaded, then you should execute ArrangedDate from your browser on the new server.

The script will again traverse all directories on the new server, but this time redate all of the files on your server with the dates from the old server.

A future version will hopefully automatically FTP all files from the original server eliminating the need for the first step.||6|arranged_blind_dates.zip|zarangedblinddates|0.50907||2007-05-24 42|Million Dollar Pixels|icons/icon_million_dollar_pixels.gif|This script operates similar to MillionDollarHomepage.com. It allows visitors to select the size and location of their ad on your site, to purchase this space, and even upload their own images. If they don't have their own web site, they can set up a mini site on your webserver.|||/test_area/million_dollar_pixels/|1.50||Not too long ago a young man created the Million Dollar Homepage-- a site where people could buy individual pixels on a page, advertising their business in one spot. The story goes that he quickly earned over one million dollars, and used it to pay his tuition bills.

Now you can easily create a similar page made of advertisements. Your visitors will be able to automatically select and purchase sections on which to upload their own ad.

Do you have some advertisers who don't have web space? Not a problem! This script allows them to place header text and body text in a form field, and the resulting page automatically generated and linked to.

Get on the band wagon now, and start making some money. You'll love how easy this script sets up!|http://intelliscript.net/faq.shtml?cat=MillionDollarPixels&hidereplies=1|43|million_dollar_pixels.zip|aaamillion|60207||2013-07-25 43|In-Out|icons/icon_in-out.gif|In-Out is a neato little program which watches PC and Mac users while they work. For windows, it's a tiny Windows tray icon. When your screensaver becomes active, or after you've been idle for X minutes, it marks you as "Away" and when you return, it marks you as "In." For Mac users, it's a Widget which keeps an eye on your mouse and keyboard activity.|screenshots/screenshot_in-out_2.gif|screenshots/screenshot_in-out_1.gif|http://intelliscript.net/test_area/in-out/|5.00||The problem with virtual in-out boards is getting staff to use them. I've tried downloading and installing message boards and in-out boards for our staff, and found that people just forget to mark themselves out or in.

With In-Out, that problem is much less of an issue. It resides in the Windows clock tray, and is activated when your screensaver starts or after you've been idle for X minutes. On a Mac, it's a desktop widget that watches user activity like mouse movement. When it suspects you are away from your computer, it then automatically pings your own web server, letting this little Perl script know your status.

When you return, In-Out informs your web server that you're back.

Users can also leave personal notes and information in case they'll be away for some time, or just want to let people know about something. When they do, a note icon appears next to their name so users can see at a glance that there is new information to read, and optionally an email can be sent to one, or many people.

Users are able to manually mark themselves in or out as well, by right-clicking on the tray icon and selecting "Sign In" or "Sign Out." The widget also has this functionality.

For those who use Konfabulator widgets, you're in luck as well-- since In-Out contains two separate widgets: one to mark yourself away, and one to view all of the user's status in the office.

This is great for mobile users and desktop users. There is even a pocket browser version for phones and palm sized devices!

If you like RSS feeds (as much as I do), you're in luck with this script too! It contains a feed of the status of all staff.

A recent update also sends a single email to those who forget to mark themselves away after 8 hours in the office, giving them a link within the email which they can click to sign out. If they don't respond right away, it's not a problem-- their icon first appears with a ZZzz symbol, then after a full day, appears 'greyed-out' to represent the issue.

In-Out can also be easily configured for multiple users on a single machine.||44|in-out.zip|inout|60822|11|2009-09-22 44|Intelliscript Submit Form Mailer|icons/icon_form_mailer.gif|This script is a simple form processor which will email the contents of any web form directly to you. It's easy to set up and use. ||||0.00||

Setting this script up is quite easy.

If you don't want specialised fields, but only want a contact form with email, subject, and body fields, then just call the script directly in your browser:
...and a plain contact form will be displayed.

The script has security features enabled which prevent people from using it for spamming through your server, and also discourages them from using it to send you spam.

||45|form_processor.zip|aformmailer|70108||2007-01-08 45|SongSupport|icons/icon_songsupport.gif|This song voting script helps music directors to make the song selection process more democratic.|screenshots/screenshot_songsupport_1.jpg|screenshots/screenshot_songsupport_2.gif||1.5||

This script is for music teams to democratically vote on a variety of songs which might be performed. It allows for moderators and administrators, it has built in mailing list features, and more.

If you are a music director for a choir, or a church, any group really, then this script really helps you give ownership for song-selection to the people on your team.

||46|songsupport.zip|zsongsupport|61221||2013-07-25 46|MySpace Profile Feed|icons/icon_myspace_rss.gif|This script scrapes a variety of items from your MySpace profile: the number of friends you have, the number of comments made, and the date of your last login. For bands, it also displays the number of visits to your profile, the number of plays today, downloads today, total plays, and individual song plays each day.|||http://www.intelliscript.net/test_area/myspace_rss/fetch_friends_count.cgi?55720003|0||

RSS feeds are perfect for getting access to data you want in a quick way-- for example, you might want to put the number of comments people have made about you on your main website, as a link to your MySpace profile... that way people can click the number to read more.

Or maybe you use an RSS news reader and want to know when there are changes to your profile? Use this script to stay up-to-date with what's going on at Your Space.

It's easy to set this script up on your own web server with very little configuration. Or you can use our preview script by changing the URL to suit your situation. For example, my MySpace profile is http://myspace.com/jasondsilver. So take off the 'jasondsilver' part, and put your friend ID in it's place to get an instant feed:


Some other examples:

You can also use the MySpace friend id numbers if you prefer-- it will speed things up just a bit:

This script scrapes these items from your MySpace profile:

I also plan to add the blogs you've posted, and maybe even the actual comments with pictures on your space.

If you have a suggestion for this script, I'd love to hear it. Pass it on.

||1|fetch_friends_count.zip|aamyspace|70111-1722||2013-07-25 47|Tell A Friend|icons/icon_tell_a_friend.jpg|This is an easy to install "Tell a Friend" script which allows your visitors to refer their friends to your site. It does not record their email addresses, but simply allows them to quickly send an email about your site.||||0.00||Some tell a friend scripts may be prone to hacking, allowing unsavoury individuals to spam through your mail server. This script however has anti-spam protection built into it on many levels.

It is easily implemented into your site by using Server Side Includes-- this script can be inserted into any page with your own header and footer information.

Up to three email addresses can be inserted in the "TO" box, and the sender can elect to have a copy sent to their own email address as well.

If you have questions about this script, feel free to contact me using the contact link at the bottom of the page.||1|tell_a_friend.zip|aaatellafriend|61030||2009-09-22 48|ClassyAds|/icons/icon_classy_ads.gif|ClassyAds is a classified ads script with lots of features. It uses a full MySQL database as a backend, is fast, and easy to use.|||http://www.sydenhamvillage.com/ads/?|5||This is is a MySQL/DBI Perl script, and has the following features:
  1. Clients register and must confirm email first before posting ads
  2. Clients can add ads to categories, and some categories can be charged for
  3. The payment process is automatic using PayPal, and works by depositing money in their account first, which they can use toward their ads
  4. There are RSS feeds of the various categories
  5. You may search the ads, or view ads by categories
  6. Paid categories move to the top of the list automatically
  7. You may view all ads by seller
  8. Sellers can include pictures with their ads, and they are uploaded and resized automatically
  9. Ads expire in each category at a preset time, determined specifically for each category
  10. Seller may select up to four payment options (for accepting payment) when adding items
  11. Payment is handled by the seller
  12. There are anti-spam measures in place
  13. Buyers can communicate with sellers through the site, without divulging their email address if they so choose
  14. Sellers are alerted to messages posted to them
  15. Each item has it's own message board for discussion
  16. The "look" of the script is completely customizable and very easy to change
  17. The header displays the number of sellers, items for sale, and who is currently online
  18. The script automatically generates category lists
  19. You can lists all items for sale in specific countries, provinces, and cities
  20. The script keeps track of how many page views each item has had
||1||abc123|70111||2013-07-25 49|COTCHA|icons/icon_cotcha.gif|COTCHA is an acronym for Coded Objective to Tell Computers and Humans Apart. Similar to the CAPTCHA scheme, this script can be integrated into any pre-existing web form and/or perl script to add an extra element of spam protection.||||0||Have a web form that spammers are using for their own devious purposes? Many times these forms are actually used by Robots-- programs which surf the Internet and submit junk into web forms everywhere.

The problem for these robots is that they're not very smart. Usually any sort of challenge which would be obvious to a human will completely confound a program.

My COTCHA script is one of these "challenges." It generates a numeric sequence and displays it right in your form -- even a form that you have had made for you, or one that you've downloaded from the Internet. When the user or robot submits the form, my script checks to see if this numeric code has been typed correctly. If not, the process is interrupted.

Right now the COTCHA number is plain text� the next step of this script�s development is to create an image of the �Cotcha� code using ImageMagick. Since most web servers don�t come with the ImageMagick program preinstalled, I�m going to leave it off until it�s absolutely critical or someone makes a special request for the code to be "imagefied."

So if you�re having trouble with comment spam, feel free to get this script. Subscribe to the RSS feed as well so you can be kept up to date on new releases.||1|COTCHA.zip|aaaacotcha|70326-C||2013-07-25 50|About Staff|icons/icon_about_staff.gif|This script is for putting an "About Our Staff" page on your web site. It's a more dynamic approach, so your visitors find the people they're looking for faster.|||/test_area/staff/|0||Most web sites have an "About Us" page, and usually they're deficient in some way. If they're not out of date, then they don't have enough information. Sometimes webmasters don't want to put email addresses on them to prevent spiders from discovering these addresses and spamming everyone in the company. Often there are no pictures associated with the staff, or there is just one 'catch-all' address so you can't find the person you're looking for.

This "About Staff" script is a different approach to a staff page. It uses aflat-file text database to give your visitors a dynamic experience.

Now your visitors can:

This script is easy to set up. A few configurations at the top, and upload to yourcgi-bin. The flat file text database can be made in Excel, or you can use the interactiveAJAX admin panel to add and remove staff members.

||1|about_staff.zip|caboutstaff|70427 BETA||2013-07-25 51|ESC - Excel Shopping Cart|icons/icon_esc.gif|ESC is a little script that creates an instant shopping cart on your site when you upload an Excel Spreadsheet. It's so easy to use and set up, you'll have it running in no time.|||http://www.intelliscript.net/test_area/esc/|0||

One of the biggest advantages to ESC is a very quick set up time and an ease of management. This is because ESC is based on an Excel spread sheet. The data for the cart is a tab-delimited spreadsheet which can be edited in Excel, pasted into a text editor, and uploaded to your server at anytime.

Another great advantage to ESC is the flexibilty of formatting and purposing. The data can have any number of columns, and can be displayed anyway you want. You can search specific fields easily, and create your own templates in minutes.

It allows for multiple pricing options for each product since it can hide duplicates automatically if you so desire. Examples are included in the sample database and templates.

You can have any number of images so that thumbnails are simple to set up.

You can create your own custom formulas for processing price; each product can have it's own shipping amount; you can set up any payment system to work with it, or just have it send you an email when an order is placed.

It's completely flexible!|/faq.shtml?cat=ESC|1|ExcelShoppingCart.zip|aaa-esc|90820||2013-07-25 52|Random Winners|icons/icon_random_winner.gif|Random Winners one allows users to subscribe to a list, and then gives you the ability to pick a random winner from all subscribers.|||http://intelliscript.net/test_area/random-winners/|1.50||

There are two scripts in Random Winners. The first allows your visitors to submit their email for inclusion in a random draw through an AJAX form on your page. The second is like it, except users can submit their emails to your draw by sending a message to an email account with POP access.

The script must be set up to check the pop account periodically, either through a cron job, or by inserting it in an image tag on your page.

If there is a pre-specified keyword in the subject line of the message, then the email sender is added to the list.

When it comes times to pick a random winner, the administrator can use the built in random function to make the choice.

||1|random-winners.zip|aa-randomwinners|100305||2013-07-25 53|FantasyBetting2|/icons/icon_fantasybetting2.gif|FantasyBetting2 Has many more features not available to the original FantasyBetting, including profiles, a wall, Twitter integration, and more. Aimed at capitalization of community networking, you'll captivate your users with fun game-play.|||http://intelliscript.net/test_area/fantasybetting2/|10||

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