1349 projects tagged "Site Management"

Download Website Updated 30 Jan 2001 InSite

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InSite is a Perl-based tool for managing Web site content. It performs link verification and content monitoring, and is extremely fast because it translates all URLs to local pathnames and reads the files from the local disk. It also verifies remote links in parallel.

Download Website Updated 30 Jan 2001 htmlshell

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Vit 1.00

htmlshell is an offline HTML preprocessor. It copies the output of embedded shell commands to an HTML file.

Download Website Updated 30 Jan 2001 httpmanage

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Vit 2.03

httpmanage is a PHP3 tool that provides functions to manage two versions of WWW files. With it you can easily upload files from your development server to the online server, make diffs between these versions, and keep a changelog for every file. You can also give files a certain state, e.g. "in development," "ready for upload," etc. All these functions are very easy to use, and accessible via links shown in your HTML/PHP files.

Download Website Updated 30 Jan 2001 HPFind

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Vit 1.00

HPFind searches your users' directories for homepages and displays them in a table on an html page. All outputted text and background colours, and file locations can be specified by the administrator. It is able to exclude a given list of users. This program can be used as a small search program to search for filenames.

Download No website Updated 30 Jan 2001 HPP

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Vit 1.82

The HTML Pre-Processor is a perl5 script that does basic including, #defines, and assertions for HTML, much like cpp(1) does for .c source files, but it is lacking a lot of cpp's features (and internal complexity). HPP is useful for simple site includes and conditionals on sites that do not have SSI or where its useful to have pages "pre-compiled", and may be useful just to do a unified look n feel throughout your pages.

Download Website Updated 30 Jan 2001 HTML-Tree

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Vit 1.00

HTML-Tree is a Perl program that recursively decends directories, and creates a web-page based graphical map of HTML pages on a webserver. A configuration file provides control over the "root" directory for the map, map page title and header, directories to be excluded, link substitution strings, and map page background image. This mapper may be run as a cron task to provide an up-to-date roadmap of a webserver. It is primarily useful as a web site development and administration tool, since it shows all pages available to web browsers, and can identify where links are needed.

Download Website Updated 30 Jan 2001 GHUp!

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Vit 1.04

GHUp! is a replacement for the EZ File Upload into the GeoCities FileManager form. It is only able to upload files and directories; no other features, like file deletion, are available.

Download Website Updated 30 Jan 2001 Dead Link Check

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Vit 3.07

Dead Link Check (DLC) is a Perl script designed to find information on validity of HTTP references. The script may use/generate a cache file for avoiding redoing network requests if the user wants to check added entries. The script works by reading entries from a file (or a list of links from the command line) and output results in file(s) (or STDOUT). DLC was created as an extension to Public Bookmark Generator (PBM), but can be used on its own.

Download Website Updated 30 Jan 2001 Checklinks

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Vit 1.47

Checklinks is yet Another HTML Link Checker (in Perl 5). Features include SSI (.shtml) support, direct file reads where possible, HTML 4.0, HTTP 1.1, and aliases and other server options. Other useful but more common features include regular expressions to restrict the URLs searched and results reported, and a detailed verbose report. Checklinks was written with Apache in mind, and you can feed it your srm.conf file to auto-configure many settings.

Download No website Updated 30 Jan 2001 CCTE

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Vit 1.42

CCTE is a small utility to provide a way to run automated tests on Web applications. It acts like a Web browser GETing form data to different URLs, and logging output. It has two ways to understand if a CGI did OK: HTTP status, and user-definable strings for both (success and error).

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A Webmail system based on IMAP.

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PyQt

Python bindings for the Qt GUI toolkit