for the Total Non-Programmer
(Webteacher Software, LLC, Irvine, CA)
(e.g., scrolling text, special effects text, graphic
movement, date-and-time, etc.) and interactive activities (e.g., calculators,
graphics, and interactive demonstrations within its HTML-based files.
(An alternative is to download this tutorial as a .zip file).
(DevStart.com, San Diego, CA)
Ad-supported. Search or use the directories to find no cost,
calendars, clocks, cookies, counters, forms, games, navigation, page
information, passwords, text effects, user information, utilities,
on the upper left frame.
Code (for Web Sites)
(e.g., alerts, backgrounds, buttons, image and text effects, ticker
tape, and more).
(The Web Design Resource)
such as: alerts, prompts, browser detection,
calculators, clocks, color charts, e-mail scripts, image scripts,
mouseovers, navigation, password, scrollers, audio, window control, and
code (and some DHTML scripts). A sample of the content areas
include: clocks, forms, games, calendars, generators, navigation, page details, scrolls,
sniffers, images, frames, links clocks, window management (and pop-ups), browser effects, and
This directory includes freeware and commercial Java applets, and links
Web site components.
A folder directory system allows a visitor to identify no cost (and
other scripts used for the content management of Web sites.
(iNET Directories, LLC)
Ad-supported--scripts include freeware, donation requests, and
Script Archive (BigNoseBird.com)
This CGI (Common Gateway Interface) directory is included to represent,
albeit minor, the use of this scripting format for developing and
managing Web sites. CGI, usually written in Perl, is integration into
the Web server's environment (and within a cgi-bin folder). Obviously,
this integration presents potential problems for commercial Web hosting
services, including some school and university systems that provide selective
includes over a dozen no cost CGI scripts that can be used to enhance
and manage Web sites. Links are provided to tutorial and information files
related to CGI.
for the Total Non-Programmer (Webteacher Software, LLC, Irvine,
Public access, and commercial options
These no cost DHTML (Dynamic HTML) scripts can be used for personal or
commercial Web sites; however, the copyright notice within each script must
be maintained. DHTML scripts are available for: scrollers,
document effects, menus, navigation, slideshows,
mouse effects, links, buttons, clocks, dates, text animation,
browser window, games, system preferences, and other functions. Note:
DHTML scripts tend to be browser-specific, and a lesser number will work
with multiple versions of Internet Explorer and Netscape.
(Matt's Script Archive, Inc.)
Web site designers and programmers will find download options for Perl
CGI scripts, C++, HTML script template applications, and links to other
Server Pages (.asp)
ASP [Active Server Pages] Tutorial (W3Schools, Refsnes Data, Norway)
This multi-file tutorial has a text-and-graphics format, and it includes quizzes and many examples of .asp code. A guide provides the instructions for installing the IIS (Internet Information Services) or PWS (Personal Web Server) components
within your PC. Note: The appropriate server (PWS for Windows 98, Me, NT,
or IIS for Windows 2000 and XP) must be installed in order to create, edit, and manage ASP scripts.
Active Server Pages Tutorial (Microsoft Development Network)
The concept and process for creating scripts for .asp files are
outlined through an introduction and two tutorials. Step-by-step, scripts are created to provide a Web site option (e.g., guest book),
or perform an action (e.g., image rotation, link redirection, display alternative banners or text, etc.)
Code Downloads from Wrox Press (John Wiley & Sons, Inc.)
Web site developers who purchase book, Beginning Active Server Pages 3.0, Sussman, et al. 1999 (or other script-related books), can download the related code from this file within the Wrox Web site.
Note: Copyright and other conditions apply to editing or using
the code for .asp and other scripts.