|botproof email 2.0||HTML : forms||--||4963||2003-01-31 04:13:10||[ link ]|
|Hides the contact email address on a website from spambots. Users trying to contact you have to enter a code from a displayed image into a form or click a randomly generated square in a larger image. Upon correct input they are forwarded to your email address. Both methods are effective ways to stop spam harvesting robots to collect your email address from your website.|
|browser emulating fopen functions 1.0||HTTP : other||--||4000||2003-01-31 04:02:22||[ link ]|
|Some web sites (like IMDb) prevent external scripts from parsing their contents by denying request without a user-agent string. Though this can be circumvented by manually sending the necessary headers, this is usually too complicated. These functions (be_fopen and be_file) wrap the fsockopen calls and send all the necessary headers before returning a file handle usable with any PHP function.|
|PHP vCard class 2.0||networking : other||--||3787||2003-01-31 04:07:59||[ link ]|
|Generates a vCard containing personal information. vCards can be imported in most PIMs (MS Outlook, for example). Complies to version 2.1 of the vCard specification.|
|pseudo-cron 1.1||networking : other||--||3468||2003-01-31 04:10:45||[ link ]|
|Use cron jobs without having shell access! The only thing that's certain to happen quite regularly on a web page are page requests. This is where pseudo-cron comes into play: With every page request it checks if any cron jobs should have been run since the previous request. If there are, they are run and logged. Pseudo-cron uses a crontab syntax very much like the Unix cron's one.|
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