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lorenzo

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welcome screen/search
« on: July 12, 2007, 06:05:26 AM »
so i no you can't have a search function in hfs but i got an i dea but i'm not http smart enough to no how to put it to gether if u use ie7 u no if u press ctrl f it seraches now dose anyone no how to example click here to search and make ctrl f pop up :O i would love to no and now for the welcome screen say i want a welcome screen saying welcome to my server and then and anter buttong sayen enter my server with a picture who has a code for that thanks you guys if it wasn't for this site my server would not be up i plan to finsh by the end this weekend i will post it up its looking really good i named it iServer

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Re: welcome screen/search
« Reply #1 on: July 12, 2007, 11:40:04 AM »
so i no you can't have a search function in hfs but i got an i dea but i'm not http smart enough to no how to put it to gether if u use ie7 u no if u press ctrl f it seraches now dose anyone no how to example click here to search and make ctrl f pop up :O

it's very hard to read the way you write. it takes me more than twice the normal time.
maybe you are trying to do this:
- click on the "file list" in the home, so you get the list of every file
- then use CTRL F to search in that list

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i would love to no and now for the welcome screen say i want a welcome screen saying welcome to my server and then and anter buttong sayen enter my server with a picture who has a code for that thanks you guys if it wasn't for this site my server would not be up i plan to finsh by the end this weekend i will post it up its looking really good i named it iServer

(in expert mode)
- move all your files in a subfolder "x"
- create your welcome page, named welcome.html and put it in the root
- right clik on the root -> advanced -> default file mask -> welcome.html

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Re: welcome screen/search
« Reply #2 on: July 12, 2007, 12:27:48 PM »
lorenzo, are u talking about having script that allow visitor to search in the page? read here
http://www.dynamicdrive.com/dynamicindex11/findpage.htm

copy & paste the code inside <body> where u want to put it. i havent try yet but i believe it will work. i might try as well. good luck

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Re: welcome screen/search
« Reply #3 on: July 12, 2007, 04:05:49 PM »
ive tried the code in firefox and ie6, it works. except for firefox, the "repetitive search" not work. ive tried change access key to x (since Alt+S =History in opera) but also failed. however in ie, this thing works well.

this is the code, paste in wherever you want in <body>. if u change the form name other than form1, dont forget to change also in the onSubmit="search(document.form1, frametosearch)

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<script>
<!-- Hide from old browsers

/******************************************
* Find In Page Script -- Submitted/revised by Alan Koontz (alankoontz@REMOVETHISyahoo.com)
* Visit Dynamic Drive (http://www.dynamicdrive.com/) for full source code
* This notice must stay intact for use
******************************************/

//  revised by Alan Koontz -- May 2003

var TRange = null;
var dupeRange = null;
var TestRange = null;
var win = null;


//  SELECTED BROWSER SNIFFER COMPONENTS DOCUMENTED AT
//  http://www.mozilla.org/docs/web-developer/sniffer/browser_type.html

var nom = navigator.appName.toLowerCase();
var agt = navigator.userAgent.toLowerCase();
var is_major   = parseInt(navigator.appVersion);
var is_minor   = parseFloat(navigator.appVersion);
var is_ie      = (agt.indexOf("msie") != -1);
var is_ie4up   = (is_ie && (is_major >= 4));
var is_not_moz = (agt.indexOf('netscape')!=-1)
var is_nav     = (nom.indexOf('netscape')!=-1);
var is_nav4    = (is_nav && (is_major == 4));
var is_mac     = (agt.indexOf("mac")!=-1);
var is_gecko   = (agt.indexOf('gecko') != -1);
var is_opera   = (agt.indexOf("opera") != -1);


//  GECKO REVISION

var is_rev=0
if (is_gecko) {
temp = agt.split("rv:")
is_rev = parseFloat(temp[1])
}


//  USE THE FOLLOWING VARIABLE TO CONFIGURE FRAMES TO SEARCH
//  (SELF OR CHILD FRAME)

//  If you want to search another frame, change from "self" to
//  the name of the target frame:
//  e.g., var frametosearch = 'main'

//var frametosearch = 'main';
var frametosearch = self;


function search(whichform, whichframe) {

//  TEST FOR IE5 FOR MAC (NO DOCUMENTATION)

if (is_ie4up && is_mac) return;

//  TEST FOR NAV 6 (NO DOCUMENTATION)

if (is_gecko && (is_rev <1)) return;

//  TEST FOR Opera (NO DOCUMENTATION)

if (is_opera) return;

//  INITIALIZATIONS FOR FIND-IN-PAGE SEARCHES

if(whichform.findthis.value!=null && whichform.findthis.value!='') {

       str = whichform.findthis.value;
       win = whichframe;
       var frameval=false;
       if(win!=self)
{

       frameval=true;  // this will enable Nav7 to search child frame
       win = parent.frames[whichframe];

}

   
}

else return;  //  i.e., no search string was entered

var strFound;

//  NAVIGATOR 4 SPECIFIC CODE

if(is_nav4 && (is_minor < 5)) {
   
  strFound=win.find(str); // case insensitive, forward search by default

//  There are 3 arguments available:
//  searchString: type string and it's the item to be searched
//  caseSensitive: boolean -- is search case sensitive?
//  backwards: boolean --should we also search backwards?
//  strFound=win.find(str, false, false) is the explicit
//  version of the above
//  The Mac version of Nav4 has wrapAround, but
//  cannot be specified in JS

 
        }

//  NAVIGATOR 7 and Mozilla rev 1+ SPECIFIC CODE (WILL NOT WORK WITH NAVIGATOR 6)

if (is_gecko && (is_rev >= 1)) {
   
    if(frameval!=false) win.focus(); // force search in specified child frame
    strFound=win.find(str, false, false, true, false, frameval, false);

//  The following statement enables reversion of focus
//  back to the search box after each search event
//  allowing the user to press the ENTER key instead
//  of clicking the search button to continue search.
//  Note: tends to be buggy in Mozilla as of 1.3.1
//  (see www.mozilla.org) so is excluded from users
//  of that browser.

    if (is_not_moz)  whichform.findthis.focus();

//  There are 7 arguments available:
//  searchString: type string and it's the item to be searched
//  caseSensitive: boolean -- is search case sensitive?
//  backwards: boolean --should we also search backwards?
//  wrapAround: boolean -- should we wrap the search?
//  wholeWord: boolean: should we search only for whole words
//  searchInFrames: boolean -- should we search in frames?
//  showDialog: boolean -- should we show the Find Dialog?


}

 if (is_ie4up) {

  // EXPLORER-SPECIFIC CODE revised 5/21/03

  if (TRange!=null) {
 
   TestRange=win.document.body.createTextRange();
 
 

   if (dupeRange.inRange(TestRange)) {

   TRange.collapse(false);
   strFound=TRange.findText(str);
    if (strFound) {
        //the following line added by Mike and Susan Keenan, 7 June 2003
        win.document.body.scrollTop = win.document.body.scrollTop + TRange.offsetTop;
        TRange.select();
        }


   }
   
   else {

     TRange=win.document.body.createTextRange();
     TRange.collapse(false);
     strFound=TRange.findText(str);
     if (strFound) {
        //the following line added by Mike and Susan Keenan, 7 June 2003
        win.document.body.scrollTop = TRange.offsetTop;
        TRange.select();
        }



   }
  }
 
   if (TRange==null || strFound==0) {
   TRange=win.document.body.createTextRange();
   dupeRange = TRange.duplicate();
   strFound=TRange.findText(str);
    if (strFound) {
        //the following line added by Mike and Susan Keenan, 7 June 2003
        win.document.body.scrollTop = TRange.offsetTop;
        TRange.select();
        }

   
   }

 }

  if (!strFound) alert ("String '"+str+"' not found!") // string not found

       
}
// -->
</script>

<!--  EXAMPLE FORM OF FIND-IN-PAGE SEARCH USING SUBMIT (ALLOWING 'ENTER/RETURN' KEY PRESS EVENT) -->
<form name="form1" onSubmit="search(document.form1, frametosearch); return false"><input type="text" name="findthis" size="15" title="Press 'ALT s' after clicking submit to repeatedly search page"> <input type="submit" value="Find in Page" ACCESSKEY="s"></form>

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Re: welcome screen/search
« Reply #4 on: July 22, 2007, 05:09:24 PM »
Here's a simple (yet slow as hell) way to search whole contents of HFS:

1) Goto root folder of the site
2) Add ~files.lst?recursive at the end of the current address (f.ex. http://192.168.0.1/~files.lst?recursive)
3) Wait quite a long time (if there are many files shared)
4) Click Ctrl+F or F3 or . (opera only) and search!

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Re: welcome screen/search
« Reply #5 on: July 23, 2007, 07:51:20 AM »
your steps 1,2,3 is my
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- click on the "file list" in the home, so you get the list of every file

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Re: welcome screen/search
« Reply #6 on: July 24, 2007, 10:02:24 AM »
Ok...I just tought that filelist link was not recursive by default but it was just my template...