Script and site usage:
All of the scripts on this site are provided free for non-commercial, personal or non-profit use. If you wish to use any of these in a commercial system, please refer to the payment plan.
Support for each of the scripts is given, free of charge, on the message board. Each script has its own message board which can be accessed by clicking on the 'project forum' link (beneath the description of each project).
Amnuts Talker Helpfile Viewer
Allows to you list and display all the helpfiles associated with an Amnuts talker, or that use the same format as the Amnuts talker helpfiles do.
Battleships By Email (BBE)
Play battleships against an opponent via email! No database required as all information is passed along a URL.
This class will display a random product from your CafePress store. You can supply a simple template to control style, and have the output link directly to the shown product or simply to your main account. You can cache the results so you don't have to connect to the CafePress website all the time. Images can also be cached locally, and can be resized before caching.
This class allows you to crop an image in a variety of ways. You can crop in an absolute or relative way (to a certain size or by a certain size), both as a pixel number or a percentage. Or you can automatically crop based on a threshold limit.
Along with this class comes a web-based interface that you can use the drag and easily resize the area you'd like to crop, set various initial cropping sizes (such as 16:9 porportion, or 200x100 pixels), and more.
Provides a number of date and time related functions.
Drop Shadowed Thumbnail Creator
This class allows you to very easily create thumbnails of images, on which you can also apply a drop-shadow effect. You can control the colour of the background so that drop-shadow will fit better onto your page and the size of the thumbnail.
You can resize in an absolute or relative way (to a certain size or by a certain size), both as a pixel number or a percentage.
EWTOO Talker Lister
Provides a way for you to list the position of one or more talkers on your website, based on the talker list results from http://charts.ewtoo.org/.
FAQ display with the use of MySQL.
A helpful collection of image processing routines. Some convert between colour spaces and others process the image. Such as converting from RGB to HLS, converting hex colour strings to RGB arrays, colourising an image or producing a threshold limited version of an image, sepia tone an image, return a ranges of colours from one colour to another... and much more besides!
This is a class allows you to apply a mask to an image much like you could do in PhotoShop, Gimp, or any other such image manipulation programme. The mask is converted to grayscale so it's best to use black/white patterns. If the mask is smaller than the image then the mask can be placed in various positions (top left, left, top right, left, centre, right, bottom left, bottom, bottom right) or the mask can be resized to the dimensions of the image.
Requires GD 2.0.1+
This class allows you to easily add a madlibs game to your website. You can load the madlib stories in via the file system or a database. The stories are chosen at random, and a form will be shown to the user to fill in their own words. You can use a few css styles to control how things look (madlibTable, madlibTitle, madlibStory, and madlibWord).
Man Page Lookup
This will allow you to view man pages on your unix/linux system through a web browser. It formats correctly, and auto-links email addresses.
Show User Quota
Class to output pie chart image that mimicks the drive capacity or user quote size as found on Windows XP and the like. The information can also be output in a friendly text format.
A collection of string related functions.
These functions work on strings, arrays of strings and any depth of arrays of strings. A very easy to implement class which can save you a lot of extra programming.
Web Page Update Check
This class allows you to check to see if a particular website has been updated recently. It doesn't show what the changes were, just the fact that it's been altered in some way since you last checked the site.