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  • Select List Colors



    Example

    This client wanted to be able to change the colors (foreground and background) of the select lists on his page.

  • Applet Convert



    Example

    This was a project that was started to prototype the conversion of text typed
    from one window and copied into the other in an applet. Neat to look at.

  • SR’s Contact Page



    Example

    This project involved the client wanting to have a contact page where multiple emails could be choosen to contact her. She wanted the user to select the emails after entering their information and clicking on the “submit” button. This project used a popup window to allow the user to select her email. After the user chooses the destination of the contact, the popup window closes, fills in the data in the first page’s form (it was hidden in the project) and then submits the form to a CGI program that JS-X also developed.

  • Virtual World



    Example

    This project used Perl scripts to create a sequence of gathering data from a perspective client for VirtualWorld.
    It required storing the information, keeping track of which page the user was on, (page 1 gets name, page 2 gets address …etc),
    as well as using sendmail to distribute the information to those that need to take action when the user completed signing up.


    The example shown is just the first page HTML rendering of the CGI program.

  • Web Site Prototype



    Example

    This company was looking for a new look to their web site. This example is one of the prototype layouts that JS-X came up with. It allows for the entire site-static content (which appears on every page) to be located in one file. It also allows a drill-down web surfer 2 clicks to reach any page on their site — 1 click to get to the correct section of the site. Its light and airy, and shows off their products on the web sites first page. The dynamic menu will work in almost any web browser.

  • Where Did They Come From?



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    This project involved setting up a method to determine where a user came from before they arrived at the page to purchase the projects. This client has many different possible entry points into his web site. We arranged for the code to pick up (all in JavaScript) the previous URL and any affiliate id that might have been used. The example on this site is scaled down, and demonstrates the capability to capture this information. After this information is gathered, it is combined with the purchasing information as it is delivered.

  • Golfing WebSite



    Example

    This client wanted a website for his son to show off his talent in golf. It is a complete website design based in PHP using a flat file system for ease in updating the content. He wanted to be able to very easily add in new accomplishments and awards. This data is in a file separate from the web site structure data (menus, top section, etc.) A easy to use javascript construct was devised to allow for his quick updates from time to time.

  • First Visit Only



    Example

    This client wanted to have a web page that would only be viewed one time. Cookies were used to determine if this user is making a subsequent visit and should be re-directed to another page.

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