The Freebox Revolution has a nice management GUI which provides metrics about in/out traffic. Unfortunately, it can only be seen from the management pages when you’ve been authenticated.
Here’s a way to script the grab of the traffic pictures to show them in any Web page.
Quoting W3C, “(…)A heading element briefly describes the topic of the section it introduces. Heading information may be used by user agents, for example, to construct a table of contents for a document automatically(…)”. When write a bunch of HTML text, I usually use heading elements to separate chapters and sections. The thing is, by default, those headings aren’t numbered. And when the article is quite long, this may lead to a “where am I” sensation. Here’s a quick way to automatically generate numbered heading elements from standard HTML and CSS code.
We’ve recently seen how to create your corporate HTML website with only a few static pages. In fact, you may use this technics to create any website.
If you already read the previous article, you might remember that there is a small issue with dynamic content. As every pages where simple modified copies of each other, any modification in the common content has to be duplicated in every pages. This time, we’re gonna see how to solve this issue by using a include feature. This will require a bit a programming ; but I’ll try to use as much as possible and to explain far enough so that anyone can use it.
We’ve already seen how to create personnal and semi-pro newsletters. This time, we’re gonna see how to create a corporate website.
As usual, I am going to only use Free Software material. Don’t expect a complex website. I will demonstrated how to create a simple, fixed content, website to present yourself or your SME. A few pages with meaningful content and a simple look.