Let your visitors e-mail your Web pages to their friends.
Let your visitors recommend your Web site to their friends. (Requires the use of your visitor's e-mail client.)
This script verifies the given value as a possible valid e-mail address.
Use a button or link to send e-mail using the visitor's e-mail program.
This script opens the default e-mail client, writes a predetermined message into the subject line, and writes the page title and link into the body of the e-mail.
This script is an elegant solution for those that want to add a "Send this Page to a Friend" feature to their site. Works in most browsers and even in frames.
This calculator has basic functions (add, subtract, multiply, divide).
Provide additional information for your visitors. This script creates tooltips using links, spans and other tags. The CSS style can be set to match your own site. Easy to implement. Heavily commented script.
Click on the arrow to reveal/hide contents. Can be used for a drop down menu or to hide/reveal content on a Web page.
This script makes it easy to maintain links and their targets from one remote page, much like you would link to an external style sheet in CSS. Ideal for people with many pages who want to update all their links easily and uniformly.
Do you have your office hours posted on your contact page? Do you have regularly scheduled chats or other Internet events? Use this script to show your visitors what time that would be in their time zone.
This script computes and displays the elapsed time between "Start" and "Finish" button clicks.
Here's a clever way to prevent email address collecting "robots" from grabbing your email address while still making your address available to your visitors.
This is an e-mail address validation function. It allows the usual user@domain syntax, but in addition allows user@[ip] format as well as "User with Spaces"@domain or [ip], all of which are legal syntax, according to W3C. It also checks that the user hasn't done anything silly like having multiple @'s or continuous .'s in the address (e.g. jim@email@example.com and jim@c..b.co.uk).
Takes an email address and returns just the domain - the stuff after the "@" sign. We've put it together with a simple WHOIS query, neat!
Allow your visitors to email the current page to a friend. They just enter a friend's name and email address. It will send them a link to the current web page address in an email message signed by you, courtesy of freedback.com. Perfect!
This is a simple e-mail address validation script. While it is not too sophisticated, it does provide the basic validation function.
This small script will disable the submit button and then re-enable it after a period of time. Useful for preventing duplicate submittals but also allows resubmission, if needed.
Use this script to display the date of the end of the week for any given period during the year. Fully customizable and easy to use.
This script show the date in the traditional English format.
No need to become bored to death while waiting for an image to load. Just try this one for the image to enlarge within a fraction of a second.
This one line script changes the image size and source on your thumbnail picture without reloading the page or using popups.
Form users can move to next text field by pressing the enter key, same as if you were to press the TAB key.
Click a country button to display currency name and full fixed euro exchange rate. Press Clear to empty the value boxes and enter either Euro or Local amount to convert. Click the appropriate button for conversion of euro To Local or of local To Euro. Conversion will display selected currency exchange rounded to two decimal places.
Evaluation radio buttons can be a real pain. This script will return the values associated with a set of radio buttons.
Create your own event calendar using this script. Just add in your special dates make a few selctions and your done. The calendar can be printed or saved as an html document.
This script generates code for an event calendar instead of having to do the tedious task of making one each month. This completely simplifies the table making involved. Just punch in your data and cut and paste the code.
An easy-to-use countdown script which can also count towards a specific amount of days (e.g., day 12 of 30). (Additional uses listed in script.)
Add event listeners for all browsers at once. Easy to use, for all browsers.
Need to display a lot of information in a limited area? This script will display/hide the information at the click of a button. There is no limit to the amount of information you can add or sections you can use. Excellent for FAQs.
This script creates a message using expanding text images. It's as simple as creating your own text images to say whatever you need.
Automatically expands the size of a textbox to fit all of the entered text. Internet Explorer Only.
(Best with Internet Explorer) Opens a small window then expands it vertically and horizontally to fill the screen with the new web page. Netscape users will not get any errors, the window simply opens the new page normally.
A very simple script which activates objects in Explorer 7 so people don't have to click on Flash to activate.
A simple script which activates objects in Internet Explorer 7 so users don't have to click on Flash to activate. In addition to object and embed tags, support is also provided for applet tags and all their param tags.
Having trouble remembering the extended character codes? It's now as easy as a press of a button.
Visitors sometimes include their email address inside the message field when they fill out forms. To deal with this, this script parses through the string and uses a Regular Expression to find then return a comma-separated list of the valid email addresses it finds. Easy!
Watch as a pair of eyes continually follow your cursor around the screen. Updated to work in Internet Explorer and Netscape. Amazing!
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