Produces an aesthetically pleasing directory listing of the current directory. Uses Javscript for rollovers and has images showing different file types.
Now supports sorting of files based on their size, date and name!
This menu is a Dynamic DHTML 2 level menu. This menu is implemented with PHP OOP support. Use of classes makes it very easy to use. For easy adoption CSS is also used. It is found to be supported by Firefox, MSIE, Mozilla, Opera.
Show directory path with user definable: "Homepage Naming", "Symbol Separators", "Case Formatting", "Show Filename", "Hide File Extension", "Special Formatting", "Use Images", "Directory Aliasing", "Filename Aliasing", "Link If Index", "Use CSS Styles", "Replace Directory Underscores", "Hide Directory from Breadcrumb", "Link Filename", "Frameset Target", "Remove current directory link", Works with personal sites that use ~ in the URL
Do you have a website who's navigation system that follows it's directory structure If so, these functions can be just what you need. combined with my Absolute Include function, you can implement a navigation solution that requires very little maintenance.
This simple script opens and reads the number of records from a table in MySQL. The record fields contain the link name and path to that link. Database table records can be updated via phpMyAdmin or MySQL Control Centre - Might follow up and do a page to include add, edit and delete for this.
WinLIKE is the first professional Window-Manager for web browsers. With WinLIKE, web applications, websites and portals can contain little windows - like you are used to from your desktop.
WinLIKE is based on DHTML and is only 27 kB big. It works without any plugins in the Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5 and Netscape Navigator 6.1 or higher and other related browsers (Mozilla 0.92, Firebird 0.7, Camino, Avant etc.) and also Lynx or search engines.
Neither web servers or databases nor script languages like ASP, PHP etc. are needed, but supported. WinLIKE-sites are standard HTML-sites and even work from your hard disk.