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Classic elegance, some new features, and a lot more speed. . .
Tested with HFS 2.3K and 2.3L

Features:
Phone and Tablet screen-support, including good tap targets and easily readable fonts. 
Tested with both iPhone and Android.

Much faster file listings in lengthy folders because there's no slow checkboxes.
Efficient and colorful unicode icons display twice as fast.

Automated error correction for users.  When needed, it displays very polite messages briefly, and then quickly sends the user back to what they wanted to do.  It maintains the appearance of good working order.  So, you're free to use options like the "max connections" and "maximum simultaneous downloads from single address" limits to manage your bandwidth. 

Quickly disconnects hack scans; and that feature lowers the cpu load, improving speed.

Easy for users, with simplified interface, column layout, black background, and readable fonts.  Classic! 
So, easy to use that it is Cat-operable on a tablet, apparently.

Works nicely on a variety of screen sizes, from pocket size to wall size displays.

How to use: Save the tpl file in the same folder as hfs.exe, and then: Menu, HTML-template, Change-file, and choose the tpl file.
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About adding 'Remote upload'...
« Reply #1 on: May 11, 2018, 09:28:48 AM »
Nice, an old-school template! (and it loads very fast!) :)


A little bit off-topic...

Since you seem to know about template stuff, I have this question for you: do you know how to add a 'remote upload' box? For example, you have this URL: http://linux.com/distro.iso and want to download this ISO file directly to the server, in the current shared folder. So, you write that URL in a input box and press a 'Save' submit button, and then the HFS server starts downloading the file, and when it ends, it puts the file in the current shared folder. How handy this may come in? Imagine you are on a mobile connection and want to leave the server downloading a file, so when you come home, you have the file ready (and it's automatically shared on that folder). Is this doable?...

> Update: I was thinking in something like this: (click on image to enlarge)


I've only added this to your template:

Code: [Select]
<div class=lil><b>Remote upload URL:</b>
<input type='text' name='search' value=''>
<input type='submit' name='submit' value='Transload'></div>

Full code on how it looks like (it's currently a mock-up):
(This is only a preview code, it needs the actual functions)
Code: [Select]
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd">
<html>
<head>
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1">
<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1">
<title>HFS %folder%</title>
<style type="text/css">%style%</style>
<script type="text/javascript" language="javascript">
//browseAbleFolderTree
function browseAbleFolderTree(folder) {
var infoFolder=folder;
var path=folder.split("/");
var pathTree="/";
var pathTreeResult="";
for(pta=1;pta<path.length;pta++) {
pathTree=pathTree+path[pta]+"/";
pathTreeResult=pathTreeResult +'/<a href="'+pathTree+'" class=\"swapDir\">'+path[pta]+'</a>';
}
document.getElementById('swapDir').innerHTML = pathTreeResult;
}
</script>
</head>
<body>
<div>
%upload-link%
%login-link%%loggedin%
<div class=lil><b>Remote upload URL:</b>
<input type='text' name='search' value=''>
<input type='submit' name='submit' value='Transload'></div>
<div class=lil><b>Current Directory:</b></div>
<div class=big><a href="/">Home</a><span id=swapDir>%folder%</span><script type="text/javascript" language="javascript">browseAbleFolderTree("%folder%")</script></div>
<div class=body>%folder-comment%%files%</div>
</div>
</body>
</html>

[login-link]
<div class=btn><a href="%encoded-folder%~login" class=inbtn><img align=top src="/~img27"><font color="yellow"> CLICK HERE TO LOG IN</font></a></div>

[loggedin]
<div class=btn><span class=inbtn><img align=top src="/~img27" alt=""> %user%</span></div>

[style]
body{padding:10px;font-weight:normal;font-family:"geneva",arial,"helvetica",sans-serif;background:black;margin:3}
.rw,.body,.inpt,.flg,.cmnt,th,comment,.flg,.inbtn,.col{background:#000}
.col,body,.rw,.body,#hm{color:#AAA}
body,.big,.lil,th,comment{font-size:9pt}
.inbtn{font-size:12pt}
.inpt,.flg,.cmnt,a,body,.inbtn,th,comment,.flg,.lil{color:#8D8}
.big{font-size:14pt}
.flg,.inbtn,.col,.rw,a,.big{font-weight:normal}
a{font-size:14pt}
.flg,.lil{font-size:8pt}
.inbtn,.body{border:3px solid #222}
.btn,.body{padding:15px}
.body{margin:15px}a{text-decoration:none}
a:visited{color:#CCC}
a:hover{color:yellow}
img{border:0}
.rw{font-size:11pt;border:2px solid #222}
.cmnt{font-size:7pt;padding:3px;margin-top:2px}
.inpt,.cmnt{border:1px inset #000}
.col{font-size:13pt}
.inbtn{padding:5px}
.btn{float:right}
.flg{text-align:center;border:1px solid;}

[upload-link]
<div class=btn><a href="%encoded-folder%~upload" class=inbtn><img align=top src="/~img32" alt=""><b><font color="yellow"> CLICK HERE TO UPLOAD FILES</font></b></a></div>

[up]

[nofiles]

[files]
<table class=lil width=100%>
<tr>
<td><b>%number-folders% Folders, %number-files% Files - Total Size: %total-size%</td>
<td align=right><b>At %timestamp%  %speed-out%/%number-addresses-downloading%KB</b></td>
</tr>
</table>
<table width="100%">
<tr>
<th class=col><a href="%encoded-folder%?sort=n" style="color:#AAA;font-size:14px;">FileName</a></th>
<th class=col><a href="%encoded-folder%?sort=s" style="color:#AAA;font-size:14px;">Size</a></th>
<th class=col><a href="%encoded-folder%?sort=t" style="color:#AAA;font-size:14px;">Date</a></th>
<th></th>
</tr>
%list%
</table>

[file]
<tr>
<td class=rw>%new% <a href="%item-url%">&nbsp;<font color="white">&#9671;</font>&nbsp;%item-name%</a>%comment%</td>
<td class=rw align=center>%item-size%</td>
<td class=rw align=center>%item-modified%</td>
{.if|{.get|can delete.}|<td class=rw align=center><form method='post' id='filelist'><input type='hidden' name='selection' value='%item-url%'><input type='submit' name='action' value='delete' onclick='return confirm("Sure?")' ></form></td>.}
</tr>

[file.mp3 = file.m4a = file.wma]
<tr>
<td class=rw>%new% <a href="%item-url%">&nbsp;<font color="#ADE8F9">&#9836;</font>&nbsp;%item-name%</a>%comment%</td>
<td class=rw align=center>%item-size%</td>
<td class=rw align=center>&nbsp;<a href="mms://%host%%encoded-folder%%item-url%">MediaPlayer</a>&nbsp;</td>
{.if|{.get|can delete.}|<td class=rw align=center><form method='post' id='filelist'><input type='hidden' name='selection' value='%item-url%'><input type='submit' name='action' value='delete' onclick='return confirm("Sure?")' ></form></td>.}
</tr>

[link]
<tr>
<td class=rw>%new%<a href="%item-url%">&nbsp;<font color="white">&#8663;</font>&nbsp;%item-name%</a>%comment%</td>
<td colspan=3 class=rw><i>&nbsp;Hyperlink</i></td>
</tr>

[folder]
<tr>
<td class=rw>%new%<a href="%item-url%">&nbsp;<font color="#FFFDA8" size="3">&#128193;</font>&nbsp;<b>%item-name%</b></a></td>
<td class=rw align=center><i>Folder</i></td>
<td class=rw align=center>%item-modified%</td>
<td></td>
</tr>

[comment]
<div class=cmnt>%item-comment%</div>

[folder-comment]
<div class=cmnt>%item-comment%</div>

[error-page]
{.if|{.match|*.php*;*.js|%url%.}|{:{.disconnect.}:}.}{.add header|Cache-Control: no-cache, max-age=0.}<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN">
<html><head><meta http-equiv="content-type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8">%content%</html>

[not found]
<META HTTP-EQUIV="Refresh" CONTENT="2;URL=./"><TITLE>404</TITLE><body bgcolor="black" text="white" alink="white" link="white" vlink="white">
<center><h2><br>You have found the 404 page.</h2>Returning to previous page.</center></body>

[overload]
<META HTTP-EQUIV="Refresh" CONTENT="3;URL=./"><TITLE>Overload</TITLE><body bgcolor="black" text="white" alink="white" link="white" vlink="white">
<center><h2><br>High traffic mode engaged.</h2>Returning to previous page after overload has cleared.</center></body>

[max contemp downloads]
<META HTTP-EQUIV="Refresh" CONTENT="2;URL=./"><TITLE>Downloads</TITLE><body bgcolor="black" text="white" alink="white" link="white" vlink="white">
<center><h2><br>There are ongoing downloads.</h2>More available <i>after</i> current downloads finish.</center></body>

[unauthorized]
<META HTTP-EQUIV="Refresh" CONTENT="3;URL=./"><TITLE>Login</TITLE><body bgcolor="black" text="white" alink="white" link="white" vlink="white">
<center><h2><br>You're not logged in.</h2>Name and password do not match.<br><br>If there's no login, try a different<br>browser for your phone.</center></body>
{.if|%user%|{:{.set|n|{.from table|#tries|%ip%.}.}{.inc|n.}{.if|{.{.^n.} > 20.}|{:{.set ini|{.no pipe|ban-list={.from table|#ini|ban-list.}%ip%#attack? {.time.}|.}.}{.set table|#tries|%ip%=0.}:}|{:{.set table|#tries|%ip%={.^n.}.}:}/if.}:}.}

[deny]
{.redirect|/.}

[ban]
{.disconnect.}

[upload]
<html>
<head>
<title>Upload to: %folder%</title>
<style type="text/css">%style%</style>
<script type="text/javascript" language="javascript">
//add upload input
var counter = 0;
function addUpload() {
counter++;
if (counter < 7)
document.getElementById("addupload").innerHTML += "<br><input name=\"fileupload"+counter+"\" size=\"50\" type=\"file\">";
if (counter == 6) {
document.getElementById("addUploadLink").innerHTML = "<a style=\"cursor:text;color:yellow;\">- PLEASE PUT MULTIPLE FILES INTO A ZIP FILE -</a>";
}
}
</script>
</head>
<body>
<div class=btn><span class=inbtn><img align=top src="/~img27" alt=""> %user%</span></div>
<div class=lil><b>Upload to:</b></div>
<div class=big><a href="/" target=_parent class=swapDir>Home</a>%folder%</div>
<div class=body>
<center>
<b>Free Space Available For Upload: %diskfree%</b><br><br>
<form action="%encoded-folder%" target=_parent method=post enctype="multipart/form-data" onSubmit="frm.upbtn.disabled=true; return true;"><div id=addupload><input name="fileupload1" size=50 type=file></div><a id=addUploadLink style="cursor:pointer;" onclick="addUpload();">- Add Upload -</a><br><br><input name=upbtn type=submit value="Upload Selected File(s)"></form>
</center>
</div>
</body>
</html>

[upload-results]
<html>
<head>
<title>Upload results for: %folder%</title>
<style type="text/css">%style%</style>
</head>
<body>
%loggedin%
<div class=lil>Upload results for:</div>
<div class=big>%folder%</div><div class=body>%uploaded-files%<br><br><a href="%encoded-folder%" target=_parent class=big><img align=bottom src="/~img14" alt=""> Go Back</a></div>
</body>
</html>

[upload-success]
<li><b>SUCCESS!</b> Uploaded: %item-name% --- %item-size% (Speed: %speed% KB/s)

[upload-failed]
<li><b>FAILED!</b> Error while uploading: %item-name%: --- %reason%

[newfile]
&nbsp;<span class=flg>&nbsp;NEW&nbsp;</span>

Any idea on how to make this work?... ???
« Last Edit: May 11, 2018, 09:40:12 AM by LeoNeeson »
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« Reply #2 on: May 11, 2018, 11:06:52 AM »
Nice, an old-school template! (and it loads very fast!) :)

Thanks! 
It has been an adventure!  I had wanted to make HFS look and run like I remembered from long ago.  A friend had it on his server, and it was fast back then. 

To regain the speed, I've been using my stopwatch, and the pingdom test (which has per-element timings).  Currently, the point is twofold--reduce micro-pauses that occur per each file in a listing (so they won't add up to a large pause), and make the template as small and clean as possible.

After that, it is a good head start to add features and still run fast too.
Since you seem to know about template stuff, I have this question for you: do you know how to add a 'remote upload' box? For example, you have this URL: http://linux.com/distro.iso and want to download this ISO file directly to the server, in the current shared folder. So, you write that URL in a input box and press a 'Save' submit button, and then the HFS server starts downloading the file, and when it ends, it puts the file in the current shared folder. How handy this may come in? Imagine you are on a mobile connection and want to leave the server downloading a file, so when you come home, you have the file ready (and it's automatically shared on that folder). Is this doable?...
That's a server-side script, possibly ajax?  I don't know how to do that.  But, if I find out, first thing on the list is a real login Form, due to diminishing support of browser-provided login box for basic auth. 
Anyway, I do that remoting task myself, not with a web server, but with tightvnc (or realvnc) on the server and bvnc on the phone.  For better security, avoid commonly scanned ports (there's usually a published list), so not 5900.  Screen resolution plays an important role in bandwidth consumption and usability--at the server, 1024x600 is fastest or 1280x720 will work to vnc a server from a phone. At the phone, in bvnc, you can change the color mode to 256, so that the bandwidth consumption is minimal. 
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Re: Introducing: The really fast Throwback (retro) template. Updated.
« Reply #3 on: May 11, 2018, 11:18:16 PM »
Love the simplicty, and ease / look
( if eel like i can finaly use standard html coding to hfs again :)

On another not,

I think the CSS and HTML code (JavaScript could active the login box, here is what w3 schools has about it.0

https://www.w3schools.com/howto/howto_css_login_form.asp

looking into this

I only know of a php soulion to the web form, w3 scholls claims thaetre is a jhavascript (ajax/arco/etc)
way to acomplis a login form

thanks fr your help/support and work danny
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Updated for even more speed.
« Reply #4 on: May 12, 2018, 09:35:56 AM »
Revised to double the speed.  Updates at post#1

Now, it goes maximum speed by default.  The pingdom test reports: Faster than 99% of websites. 

P.S.
This got put to work on my own server. 
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Updated for even more speed.
« Reply #5 on: May 12, 2018, 10:34:57 AM »
P.S. My other project is startfetch.com  Picture this, you're at your pc, your phone messenger goes off (facebook, hangouts, whatsapp), and do you go get it to type on the little screen if the battery permits, or do you go to startfetch.com, click once and enjoy the full size keyboard?  Peek under the hood (view source) and check the code.  That another case of "looks simple, after it is done" and that all fits in just 24k.
That was fast! opening StartFetch.com was blazing fast (I see you've encoded icons in Base64 to speed things up, nice trick). I really miss those good old days where every website was almost as fast as that. But on these days, only checking emails via webmail, could take 1.5MB at best (and all thanks to WebFonts and JavaScript libraries). Thanks God there is still POP3/IMAP to check emails, but for all the rest, I get used to overload my browser to view just a simple website. And the same happens with software and games, everything it's made to make our PCs slow without sense. That's why I love HFS, because it's small enough to be a full featured-packed program.

Anyway, I do that remoting task myself, not with a web server, but with tightvnc (or realvnc) on the server and bvnc on the phone.
Thanks, I'll have a look to bVNC (it looks good).

That's a server-side script, possibly ajax? I don't know how to do that.
Don't worry. I'll leave the question open if someone else knows what server-side script (macro) use.

Revised to double the speed.  Updates at post#1 and 2. 
Good work! :)
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Update. faster page loading
« Reply #6 on: May 15, 2018, 10:00:30 AM »
Updates are located at the first post. 

I completed the transition to Unicode icons so that Throwback4.tpl never uses an http request for icon display.  That provides significantly faster support for multiple users.  Brisk browsing is possible despite multiple concurrent downloads.

Edit: 
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Update. more thorough iPhone and Android support
« Reply #7 on: May 23, 2018, 08:37:24 AM »
TB5.tpl

Changes:
I simplified the css and layout to better support phones.
Features streamlined so that it is easier to use.
The Classic HFS look now displays well on any size screen.  Even a phone screen vertical, still looks right.

P.S.
We were at the grocery store, forgot the list and used the phone to fetch a recipe from home (so that we could buy the supplies without having to drive back home for the list).  This event is what had inspired me to make an update.
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Re: Introducing: The really fast Throwback (retro) template. Updated.
« Reply #8 on: May 23, 2018, 11:00:42 AM »
I didn't have the chance to test 'Throwback4.tpl' (perhaps you could attach it on this message if you want), but 'TB5.tpl' works great and fast. :)
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The really fast Throwback (retro) template. Updated. again.
« Reply #9 on: May 23, 2018, 04:29:43 PM »
I didn't have the chance to test 'Throwback4.tpl' (perhaps you could attach it on this message if you want), but 'TB5.tpl' works great and fast. :)
Thanks. And, you gave me a great idea!   I have uploaded TB6.tpl

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Re: Introducing: The really fast Throwback (retro) template. Updated.
« Reply #10 on: May 24, 2018, 10:12:42 AM »
Small enhancements:

Throwback6x.tpl - Change log:
- Font smoothing
- One line per file
- New background color

Throwback6y.tpl - Change log:
- New transparent delete button.
- Now displays only the file date
- Small tweaks on column width
 
Still missing:

- Hides columns if screen is small
- Use divs instead of tables? (info)
- "Parent Directory" like apache has.

(Feel free to fix/enhance it, if you find something wrong)

Cheers,
Leo.-
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Re: Introducing: The really fast Throwback (retro) template. Updated.
« Reply #11 on: May 24, 2018, 06:25:21 PM »
Small enhancements:

- Font smoothing
- One line per file
- New background color

Still missing:
- "Parent Directory" like apache has.

(Feel free to fix/enhance it, if you find something wrong)

Cheers,
Leo.-

I thought hfs bind to folder was the appacbr equilevent to parent folder.

So path c:/webroot/hfs.exe
Has a folder (parent directory of site)
C:/webroot/hfs

Right click on the house k. The hfs and bind folders, chose the path. ???

Does this not accomplish that?
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I like some of the ideas there!

But, I did run into a few curiosities. . .
 
The table can't have every col as a % because then the delete button won't appear.  On the phone, it is intentionally expanded off the right side, when the phone is held vertical; and that's because it is more important to see the filenames than to have the table stay within the bounds of the screen (especially 5cm screen). 

The fog colored background is pretty cool, but background of table cells and background of buttons probably need to be darkened, considerably. Then it gets very good because the space-waste border is redundant and should be shrank to 1px or omitted.  Yes, that would work much better on phones (less screen spent on boxes, more room for text). 

Single line filename truncation is not suitable, because this: 
Fantastic home movie 1
Fantastic home movie 2
Fantastic home movie 3
is rendered as:
Fantastic ho...
Fantastic ho...
Fantastic ho...
 :o

So, it looks like we'd rather mash the date stamp instead.  It is the battleship in our bathtub. 
The unnecessary clock is the real problem--we need only M/D/Y.
The macro for that would multiply the processing delay*users*downloads*files server-side, causing decreased server capacity, Or. . .
Javascript for that would multiply the processing delay*files client-side, resulting in slightly increased server capacity.  Not bad.
Evidentially, it needs to be in javascript (scalable because it runs on the user's cpu). 

Here's the variable to attack:  %item-modified%  wasn't made with phone screens in mind. 
This needs changed by javascript, so that it shows the date in M/D/Y format: 
<script type="text/javascript">document.write('%item-modified%')</script>
needs a filter
I wonder if a javascript similar to this:  http://befused.com/javascript/get-filename-url could be used to trim %item-modified% down to M/D/Y format by identifying the space " " and omitting both the space and the unnecessary clock after it? 

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Throwback (retro) template (experimental revision)
« Reply #13 on: May 25, 2018, 01:30:50 AM »
The table can't have every col as a % because then the delete button won't appear.  On the phone, it is intentionally expanded off the right side, when the phone is held vertical; and that's because it is more important to see the filenames than to have the table stay within the bounds of the screen (especially 5cm screen).
@Danny: I agree, my mistake, sorry, I didn't have enabled the delete button when doing edits (take all this like my customized and very experimental version, you don't have to incorporate my changes to your version, which is already working great).

I choose to cut file names, because I usually have very long file names and they look like a mess on small screens. With JavaScript, I was also planning to use the tag 'title' to show the complete filename on mouse over, but on phones I guess that won't work).

To show %item-modified% as MM/DD/YYYY, change this:
%item-modified%

...to this:
{.cut|1|10|%item-added%.}

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@BMartino1: I was thinking in adding a "Parent Directory" item (like another item on the file list), at the top of the file list (except on root), like Apache usually does. See how this works, on this live example: https://unicode.org/Public/emoji/



I still have to see how to hide columns on small screen sizes (too much work for today, perhaps I'll do it on the next few days)

(I've uploaded a new revision, here. Report any bugs, if you find them)
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Re: Throwback (retro) template (experimental revision)
« Reply #14 on: May 25, 2018, 03:55:38 AM »
To show %item-modified% as MM/DD/YYYY, change this:
%item-modified%
...to this:
{.cut|1|10|%item-added%.}
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Sorry, but I've got some bad news.  That task repeats per each file.
Unfortunately, that macro, runs on the server's cpu, for reduced multi-user capacity and slower file listings. 
Instead, we need to use the client's cpu for that, with javascript. 
« Last Edit: May 25, 2018, 04:12:18 PM by danny »