This script is a simple implementation of tabs. It allows the user to click on a tab and change the content without having to fetch any more data from the server.
This interactive script helps you, the webmaster, see the affects of the TABLE tag attributes. Just modify the values and you can see the example table immediately! If you know someone is having trouble learning tables, send them here!
Build tables instantly with several options and paste them into your website for free. You can even buy this generator with NO links back to SearchBliss for only $10 and increase your website stickyness by offering this free tool.
This script will put a tabular navigation tool on your site. It has 5 tabs that are different colors. Clicking the tabs will bring that same colored palette to the top. Works in IE, Netscape 6, and Opera.
This script slides a colored background behind a set of navigation tabs. Easy to customize
Tee Box is a little logic game with a golf theme. The game board is an 8x8 grid of grass surrounded by 32 golf balls teed up and ready to drive.
If you need to give a speech or read a script for a podcast, you can use this script to run your own teleprompter.
Convert temperatures from Fahrenheit to Centigrade and vise-versa. Very easy to implement. Enter the temperature in one box and either press 'enter' or click in the other box to see the converted value.
As you type in a term to search the first match is selected. Easy to add other selections.
This script creates a nice little format for displaying testimonials. The container is initially displayed in a collapsed stated, and then expanded for the entire testimonial. It can also be used to highlight comments, featured products or news stories. Easy to implement. A nice addition to any site!
Clearing lines is the name of the game. Different levels and customizable backgrounds make this a lot of fun.
This clone of the popularly trademarked Tetris allows you to set difficulty levels from 1 to 10. No images are necessary. Works in MSIE only.
Use the Up and Down arrows while in the text box to cycle through your choices. InternetExplorer users can go up and down through the list, Netscape users can only go down through the list. Neat!
Use this script to display a series of rotating news stories, including graphics and a link to the story. Easy to implement.
This script creates a ticker by parsing existing semantic markup. Easy to set-up.
Use this script to spell out a string of text, letter by letter. You can add to existing text, or replace it completely. You can even use it to repeat text, if you like. Easy to implement.
This script will only allow a set number of characters to be entered into a text field and then focus on the next element. Easy to implement.
This is a very short script for creating a link that looks like standard text (no underlining or link pointer). IE and NS6+
This script allows a user to read a volume of text, without having to scroll the page and without having to load different pages. This makes for easier maintenance as only one page needs to be updated, yet the content is visible to search engines. Very useful for large amounts of text.
You no longer need to provide large textareas in your forms. This script will resize textarea boxes to fit the text in them.
I get annoyed when I'm trying to fill in a form and I have to scroll left or right to see what I've typed. Ths litte script puts an end to that. The amazing exapnding text box!
TextChat is an input/output script. It prompts you for your name and allows you to type a message.
Need a quick, easy way to add an image to the background of a textarea? This script is a great way to dress up the bland textareas on your page. Add any image you choose.
If you would like to redirect your visitor to a different page for each day of the week, this script would be perfect. It will first detect what day of the week it is and then forward the visitor to the appropriate page.
Display the days remaining until a specified date. Short and effective.
Tell your fortune and lucky numbers with the click of a button. Well, not actually your real fortune and lucky numbers, but it will give you some nice sayings and will generate random numbers. Easily customizable for different sayings. (Updated)
Test your reflexes. The object is to stop the counter as close to 500 as possible. The lower your score, the better. Can you get a score of 0?
Use this script to place your logo on your Web site in such a way that it floats on the page as the user scrolls up and down. The display location can be set within the script. Easy to use, and very effective.
This simple and short script can be used to delay the loading of any particular image on a Web page. A smaller imageis loaded, which can be transparent or blank, in place of the larger image. After a designated amount of time the larger image can be made to load in place of the smaller one.
This script will preload images to enable your pages to load faster. Place the images in one directory and make sure they have all the same extension (defaults to "jpg").
A very simple image gallery. The script is short and includes comments to guide you along the way.
Use this script to delay the loading of a particular image. It can be used to delay the loading of large images or banner advertisements. A smaller image is loaded first, which can be transparent or blank. After a designated amount of time the larger image will load in place of the smaller one.
This script will find any instance of a chosen word and swap it out for another. Helps to keep your pages looking good. Very easy to use!
Need to draw attention to something new on your Web page? Only need to show it for a moment or two? This script will highlight it in a subtle manner (or boldly, if you choose).
Arrange your footnotes in a format that is easy-to-read and navigate. This script makes it easy for your readers to return to where they were in the document.
This script will display a default "last modified" date in the event the server is not able to configure it. A good backup solution.
A problem sometimes faced by Web developers is trying to get two (or more) columns in a multi-column layout to be the same height when the content is variable. Rather than using an arbitrary hardcoded value, the heights can be equalized (to the tallest one) with this script.
This is an incredibly simple script. It pulls each H4 element and creates a clickable index to it. It stuffs the headings it finds in a division named indexDiv and if it didn't find any H4 tags it will even make the indexDiv invisible. You can also change it to use any other heading element.
Use this script to display the percentage of page data loaded. The progress bar is displayed in the status bar at the bottom of the browser.
This very simple script detects the screen resolution of the user, and redirects them to the appropriate URL. It only needs to detect the screen width, making it compact and quick.
Use this script in your onload events to kick-start your Web pages with the right relative font size. It checks the screen resolution (not the browser size) and sets the base 'em' size accordingly.
Display a new image every day of the week, with a link to a specified URL for that day.
This script will automatically redirect the visitor to another page after a given number of seconds if the requested page is no longer available or has been moved to a new location.
A very simple, one line image enlarger. Nice and neat!
Allows the visitor to easily browse with Previous and Next through several thumbnail images (all of which are preloaded so they show up instantly). Then they can click the Go button to be taken to the selected thumbnail's full size image.
Save page space by opening a new window to display larger images on your site when a thumbnail image or a picture text link is clicked. The same window is re-used when the images are the same size. Cool!
Try your luck at an interactive game of good old tic-tac-toe!! Automatic scoring and alternating "first moves" are built in. Fun!
Play this 3-D version of tic-tac-toe. Play against a friend or the computer. Get 4 in a row to win! (04/12/2001)
An attractive news bar script. Messages are automatically rotated and displayed, with the ability to manually cycle back and forth through them. This script was created entirely using form buttons.
Start the game timer and try to click the button in exactly 10 seconds. It is not easy as you think!
If you want to show your visitors how long they have been on your page but don't exactly like those clock displays, then you might like this script. When the visitor leaves or clicks the button, they are alerted to the time they have been on your page. Many times, they won't even expect it!
Occassionally, it might be interesting to show the visitor how long they have been on your page. So, you can use this script to write a clock to the screen that will tell them exactly that!
Limit the time allowed for form input with this short script. Easy!
This script displays an alert message when a page is closed, telling the visitor how long (in seconds) they have been on the page. It can also display the time on the page in the title bar.
This function verifies that a string is a valid time, in the form hh:mm:ss am/pm, where seconds are optional. It accepts military time (hour between 0 and 23) as long as am/pm isn't specified. It requires am/pm when the hour is less than or equal to 12.
Use this script to change a picture (or banner) depending on the time of the day. Very simple to use!
This neat script runs a handy clock in the title bar.
Display an updated clock in the title bar of your website with this neat script! Easy to install, just cut, paste, and change the title! Now works in most browsers.
Keep your To Do list up to date with this script. Demonstrates how to display, add, and delete items from a list of cookies.
Add this snippet to your forms when you need additional information but don't want to display the input boxes unless it is necessary. Easy to implement and expand.
Using checkboxes, this script will highlight/unhighlight rows in a table. Useful for selections in data tables. Very simple.
This is a sharp looking navigation menu. Works in all browsers.
Enter up to 8 players in a tournament and this script will help track the tournament results. Just enter each players name, then indicate if they won that level of tournament, click the checkbox or the button with their name. If they won, they advance to the next level. Cool!
See how you do in this wonderful game of skill and logic. Try to move all the disks onto another pole. Thing is, you can only move one disk at a time and you must follow size order (a bigger disk can't go on a smaller disk). Good luck!
The problem of adding times is interesting. This script generates a train schedule by adding the time of the trip to the departure time. Because of possible carries to the hours time is shown in military format.
This text has each letter scroll through the alphabet until it comes across the correct letter just like the way the messages at train stations change.
This script will help you calculate your training heart rate. That figure is used to determine the target zone for aerobic training.
A super-easy script which eliminates any extra leading spaces entered inside a textbox. To check it out in action, try entering a few spaces before the text in the box.
A super-easy script which eliminates any extra trailing spaces entered inside a textbox. To check it out in action, try entering a few spaces after the text in the box.
Answer the question correctly to advance to the next round. Includes a hidden form system that prevents the user from jumping to different questions.
This script will brighten or darken colors, preserving the true color hue. The color's hexadecimal numbers are displayed for further use.
This script helps to insure the integrity of the date entered in drop-down menus. Dates, such as Feb 31st can't be selected. Today's date is automatically selected.
This script is a clever way of automatically truncating the text of a paragraph, without dividing in the middle of a word. You can truncate the text to a length of your choosing. A link is added to expand the text.
The object of the game is to type as fast as the computer is spitting out letters. Press the same button as the first letter on the line. The game slowly speeds up and gets more difficult. Good luck!
Ever want to limit characters in a text box? If that is the case, you'll love this script. This version limits the characters and tells you that you've gone over the limit with a sound of your choice!
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