Working with Perl/CGI in your directory:

Adding Scripts To Your Page..

Note: PERL/CGI Scripts should only attempted by the computer savy. (you know who you are)!

Perl/CGI scripts add a lot of functionality to a page on the Internet. There are several scripts that you can create and find on the Internet. If you have your own that you wish to add to your directory, first you must make sure to have the appropria te steps to have the program executable. Making these scripts executable so that they can be called from within your HTML code takes a few steps. The steps are outlined below:


To add a counter to your page is fairly simple. Add this line to your HTML page where you would like the counter to appear:
<img src="/cgi-bin/Count.cgi?df=username.dat" align=absmiddle>
where "username" is replaced by your username.

There are several additional options that you may change. For example the style of numbers or the color of the border or even whether the border exist. These are all talked about in the counter help file.

For any questions, either e-mail Adam Fishman, Webmaster or fill out the Support Request Form for further help.