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CGI-BIN Scripts by Owner (Part 3)


  • Some CGI Perl scripts by Dansie Website Design. (http://www.dansie.net/perl.html)(non free)
    • Dansie Shopping Cart - A premium, comprehensive, Perl shopping cart.
    • Dansie Search Engine - A local search engine script that will allow your visitors to search your site. Powerful and easy to use. Organizes search results in an easy to read fashion. Great for large websites.
    • Dansie Website Space Detector - How much disk space is your website using? Find out at the click of a mouse
  • Simple Perl DataBases (http://www.inlink.com/~perlguy/simple/)- This is a tutorial intended to teach you some of the powerful features of Perl while also showing you a very practical example of a set of CGI programs that you can add to your web site.
  • EveryChat (http://www.everychat.ml.org/)is the premiere freeware perl CGI chat script specifically designed to work on every browser available, from Lynx to Netscape! It requires absolutely no special software on the client side and doesn't require plug-ins such as Java, Javascript, or ActiveX. The the only software required on the server side is perl, and most servers already have it installed. Furthermore, its simple lightweight design minimizes script usage to make it easy on your server and easy to use. The goal of EveryChat is to remove unnecessary features such as private messages and large login screens to create a fast, professional chat environment.
  • Access Counter (http://www.webtools.org/counter/counter)
  • Andrea Leed's Archive (http://www.dnaco.net/~aleed/scripts.html) - (Last time it was checked, scripts included a groupware Calendar and Browser matcher which will tell you which browser you are using).
  • Benjamin Sittler's Scripts (http://www.nmt.edu/~bsittler/projects.html) - a few CGI's without much documentation or examples, but fun to read anyways.
  • BiblioBasket (http://web.syr.edu/~jlhollin/bib.html) - a simple, free-ware, perl script which enables an interactive sorting of bibliographic citations on the web. It sorts incoming citations by relevant section, and also saves each citation to a separate flat-file in "BASIC" text format.
  • BookMark v1.0 (http://www.selah.net/files/bookmark.txt)
  • caberNET's CGI Archive (http://ulc199.residence.gatech.edu/keith/cgi/) - Home of Web Email Lite. Easy to use, no programming and no installation necessary. Create forms on your web site and submit them to CaberNET's Web Email Lite. Free!
  • Cadiac.com (http://www.cadic.com/) - a good resource for Perl freeware.
  • Calculation Scrips (http://www.communitycu.org/OnlineServ/Calculators/C2.html) - you can click on any of the Financial Wizard(TM) calculators to get instant online assistance in determining optimum loan payments, maximum mortgage affordability or even your personal retirement income strategy.
  • CCS Network Apps (http://www.ccs.net/) - several useful scripts with a consistent and interesting GUI that would be worth your while to look at. Documentation seems good and the scripts seem to work.
  •  CGI Resources (http://www.halcyon.com/sanford/cgi/) - This page describes Sanford Morton's instructional materials on CGI. They include tutorials, discussions and working scripts. The emphasis here is on explanation, so most of the scripts are discussed in some detail. Most are usable in production. The numerous scripts which are offered here may actually be quite useful since they provide decent functionality, working demos are present on the server, and these scripts are actually helpful when it comes to web page designing.
  • CGI Scripts To Go (http://www.virtualville.com/library/scripts.html) - A good collection of various CGI scripts by topic (17 topics in all). The maintainer has taken a good deal of time to describe each script and compare it to other similar ones in the topic.
  • CGI World (http://www.iservices.net/cgiworld/) - Now includes Polling Scripts, Interactive Q & A Forum script, and NetBoard, an unique message board system.
  • CGI.pm - a Perl5 CGI Library (http://www-genome.wi.mit.edu/ftp/pub/software/WWW/)
  • Chris Stephens' Shareware CGI's (http://www.cbil.vcu.edu:8080/cgi-bin/cgis.html) - One of the stand out features of this archive is its coverage of the rare AppleScript and VMS CGIs!
  • cookie.p (http://www.eff.org/cgi-bin/cookie.p) and expcookie.p (http://www.eff.org/cgi-bin/expcookie.p) are a couple of scripts written by Dan Brown which handle the management of Netscape cookies. download (http://www.eff.org/scripts/cookie.tar)
  • Countdown Script (http://www.cgi-free.com/internet/instructions.html#cgi-cd)
  • Crypt (http://www.getcruising.com/crypt/) - popular applications to automate your website. Manage rotating advertising banners, page and site hit statistics, search/browse database, bulletin board system, survey and bulk E-Mailer.
  • Dave Bewley's CGI Scripts (http://www.bewley.net/perl/index.html) - Dave Bewley's CGI Scripts is more intended for server administrators since it offers scripts that are only useful to such people, yet there are some useful scripts that can also be used by homepage creators even though these scripts are quite limited. Dave Bewley's CGI Script Archive does, however, offer a multitude of links to different tutorials, help guides, and other perl-related things which acts as a plus when it comes to decent perl archives.
  • Dave's Collection of CGI Scripts (http://www.cyberwhiz.com/cgi.shtml)
  • Dialogue Forums (http://www.ntadmin.com/dialogue) - dialogue Forums is a discussion-group program. The program supports threads, multiple forums and multiple user permission levels. It comes with an integrated administrative interface to keep check of users and since it is written in Perl it is easily modifiable to fit into other applications or alternative layouts.
  • Discus - Discussion board software (http://mulliken.chem.hope.edu/discus/home) - Discus discussion board software is a free message board program. Discus allows those with CGI access to add an interactive discussion board to their site easily. Discus offers many features of expensive packages for free!
  • Dream Catchers CGI Scripts (http://dreamcatchersweb.com/scripts/)
  • Eric T. Wienke's Perl CGI Scripts for Win32 (http://www.liquidsilver.com/scripts/) - Eric has a couple of VERY useful CGI scripts including a very secure form-to-email scripts and a script to generate thumbnails of locally stored backgrounds.
  • Excerpt Search Engine (http://www.alma.com/) - I have not tried this search engine out myself, but it looks pretty nice.
  • Forms in Perl (http://www.seas.upenn.edu/~mengwong/forms/)
  • Free CGI (http://www.1-web-bazaar-plaza.com/help/cgi/) - Very useful CGI modifications and Originals from Mike Carville.
  • Free N Share (http://www.tisl.ukans.edu/~skang/freenshare.html)
  • Gen Tree (http://www.sdm.de/e/www/hilfe/gen_tree-2.1.tar.gz) - This Perl script scans the tree (better: the directed graph) of HTML pages of a web site (it's not always a tree because circles and loops are possible!), starting at the home page of that site and following all hyperlinks in a recursive descent (you can also scan just a sub-tree of your web site if you want). Circles and loops are recognized through unique identification of each page by the device and i-node numbers of its corresponding file. When scanning of the web site is complete, an HTML page is generated which contains all the pages found in form of one hyperlink to each of them. The tree structure of the web site is reflected in this page by the indentation of these hyper-links. The text which is displayed in these hyperlinks is extracted from the <TITLE> ... </TITLE> tags inside the corresponding page. The script is capable of executing server side includes and of analyzing server side image maps. This way, no important hyperlinks are missed (many home pages consist of an image map and nothing else!). It is also able to analyze CGI scripts simply by calling them and analyzing their output (therefore, no HTTP server is needed!). Contact Steffen Beyer for more info.
  • Grant Neufold's Random URL Shareware CGI (http://arpp1.carleton.ca/grant/mac/cgi/random.html) - Random URL is a CGI application for WebSTAR or MacHTTP (or any other CGI sdoc compatible web server) which randomly returns an url, from a text file, to clients.
  • Hal Eason's Script Archive (http://student.org/scripts) - A few scripts from a form processor to an online HTML editor.
  • Hangman (http://www.netscape.com/people/nathan/netnoose/) - Yep, you got it...your basic CGI version of Hangman...
  • Howard Fear's Computing Library (http://www.pageplus.com/~hsf/libraries/computing/) - A very nice library of information collected by Howard fear. Not just CGI stuff, but othe programming info as well.
  • Jason Costomiris' Hacks (http://www.jasons.org/hacks/) - a few CGI scripts which you can look through and try out.
  • Jason Orcutt's Calendar Program (http://jcccnet.johnco.cc.ks.us/cgi-bin/cgiwrap/cip/cgi/calendar/calendar.cgi) - A good parsimonious application written by Jason Orcutt
  • Jason's CGI Scripts - CGI-World (http://www.cgi-world.com/pollit.html) - Jason's CGI Script archive got greedy, so now we are only able to get his pollit.pl lite script for free, but still, you may want to look at it.
  • Jeff Jakubowski's CGI Scripts (http://www.computersetc.com/form.html) - A couple of good scripts including a Quote and a BBS script
  • John Donohue's Perl CGI (http://www.panix.com/~wizjd/test.html)
  • Kent's Scripts (http://www.iogt.se/webmaster/scripts/) is a small archive with free Perl scripts written by Kent Boortz for multipage guestbooks, form saving and viewing, listing of CSV (comma separated values) and more. There is no HTML inside the scripts, the layout is defined in HTML templates. This way the same script can be used for different sets of data and with different layout. With manuals and runnable examples.
  • Kira's Web Developer's Toolbox: CGI Library (http://www59.metronet.com/cgi/)
  • Kristina's Scripts for Educators (http://www.linguistic-funland.com/scripts/) - an absolutely brilliant set of scripts for teachers on the web.
  • KwikStat (http://www.selah.net/files/kwikstat.tar.gz)
  • Lake Web's Perl Scripts (http://www.lakeweb.com/scripts/) - Several nicely done and well documented CGI scripts written in Perl including a CGI to send files, one to manage ACESS databases, handle cookies, and a classified add system.
  • Lincoln D. Stein's CGI Examples (http://www-genome.wi.mit.edu/WWW/examples/Ch9/) - Examples from Lincoln Stein's book on web server administration.
  • Logger.cgi (http://www.selah.net/files/logger.txt)
  • LogScribe: Web Access Logging (http://www.texas.net/~cedras/logscribe/) - The script was written to maintain logs and display them in a graphical format using an easy menu-driven interface. The script is free and comes with no restrictions on its use. Also available here (http://acm.vt.edu/~nisha).
  • Luke and Mark's CGI Archive (http://www.staff.net/cgi-scripts/) - Click count and click responder were written by Luke Pfeifer a 15 year old CGI whiz kid!
  • Mark's Perl Projects (http://friga.mer.utexas.edu/mark/perl/) - a couple of neat scripts including a tool to automatically generate documentation in a variety of formats from C++ header files and a guestbook
  • Matt Kruse's Perl Archive (http://www.netexpress.net/~mkruse/www/scripts/index.html) - Although Matt Kruse has refrained from further updating his page, he decided to keep his current page posted in the case of someone wanting to access his scripts. Matt Kruse's current script archive does, however, still offer a multitude of useful scripts for server administrators, as well as web page creators/designers which may actually prove to be quite helpful when creating CGI scripts since they may act as a basis for new scripts. Despite the fact that Matt Kruse will no longer update his page, his current scripts are still useful yet they may be out of date pretty soon.
  • Matt's Script Archive (http://worldwidemart.com/scripts/) - Matt's Script Archive has such scripts as a guestbook, countdown timer, random image/link displayer, free-for-all link page, etc.
  • meep!Board (http://www.meep.com/product/) - meep!Board is a fully customizable message board system for UNIX.
  • Mike's Scripts (http://www.cabinessence.com/cgi/) - A very well rounded set of public domain scripts including a chat script, a log analysis script, a voting script, a script to mail files, a random banner script, and others. The script are fairly well documented too.
  • Misc. Perl Scripts (http://www.netropolis.net/psylark/perl/perl.html)
  • More Examples of Scripts Created with CGI.pm (http://www-genome.wi.mit.edu/ftp/pub/software/WWW/examples/)
  • Nem W Schlecht's Perl Scripts (http://abattoir.cc.ndsu.nodak.edu/~nem/perl/scripts/) - self described as "really crappy...but what the heck..."
  • NoticeBoard (http://users.ox.ac.uk/~quee0275/perlscripts/noticeboard.html)
  • N-Talk Chat Script (http://www.physnet.uni-hamburg.de/provos/talk/) - A cute interface to N-Talk for all of you with a UNIX web server.
  • On-the-Fly W3 Polling (http://weber.u.washington.edu/~rif/whats_new_vote.html)
  • Otis' CGI Library (http://www.middlebury.edu/~otisg/Scripts/index.shtml) A really good collection of CGI's (multimailer, lottery, log analyzers, animation)
  • Password Checker (http://alex-va-n001c009.moon.jic.com/lucas/password/password.html) - a password protector allowing multiple owners, files, usernames and passwords. It even has simple logging capability. The perl script itself is heavily commented, so for more extensive information, check there. (source (http://alex-va-n001c009.moon.jic.com/lucas/password/PW-WIN95-3.zip) available) For more info, contact Lucas Moten
  • PERL scripts by Paulo (http://www.loni.ucla.edu/~dutra/script/perl.html)
  • Perl Scripts by Sarang Gupta (http://www.sarangworld.com/perlscript.shtml) - Sarang has quite a nice collection of webadmin tools for manipulating web related strings and docs. These scripts are particularly good examples of search and/or replace syntax and because they are short, they are easy to study.
  • Perl WWW (http://www.oac.uci.edu/indiv/ehood/perlWWW/) - The Perl WWW site appears to be quite bleak at first glance yet once you actually read what scripts this site has to offer, you'll be amazed at how ingenious, practical, and useful these CGI scripts actually are. Among the CGI scripts are Guestbooks, animations, mail forms, and numerous other useful .
  • PerlShop Shopping Cart Script Home Page (http://www.arpanet.com/perlshop/)
  • PickMail.cgi (http://www.aa.net/~rclark/scripts/pickmail.txt)
  • Poll it v1.0 (http://www.33online.com/scripts/poll_it/poll_it.cgi.txt)
  • RandPic 1.0 (http://www.selah.net/files/randpic.txt)
  • RDB (http://www.embl-heidelberg.de/~scharf/RDB/RDB.html) - RDB is a fast, portable, Relational DataBase Management System without arbitary limits, (other than memory and processor speed) written in Perl. Get the script here (http://www.embl-heidelberg.de/~scharf/RDB/rdb).
  • Redirect 1.0 (http://www.selah.net/files/redirect.txt)
  • Register.pl v1.2 (http://www.selah.net/files/register.txt)
  • Rod Clark's CGI Scripts (http://www.aa.net/~rclark/scripts/) - Rod Clark's CGI Scripts actually prove to be quite useful due to their ease of use, the working examples on the server, the careful explanations, and the actual helpfulness of the scripts themselves to the web designer.
  •  Russ Adam's Excellent Perl Search Engine (http://www.adams1.com/pub/russadam/hukisoft.html) - Hukilau Search Engine is pretty nice.
  • Schelm's Recommended Scripts (http://www.nextron.ch/schelm/progs.htm)
  • Scott's Script Archive (http://www.gymn.ehins.com/scott/scripts) - Some excellent new ideas on some traditional apps.
  • ScriptSearch (http://www.scriptsearch.com/) - Search for Perl (and other) scripts by keyword, language, etc.
  • Seth Golub's Text 2 HTML (http://www.cs.wustl.edu/~seth/txt2html/) Perl Converter - a little bit complicated to use, but extremely powerful if you have a lot of conversion to do.
  • SimpleCount 1.0 (http://www.selah.net/files/count.txt)
  • SMH Software's SendCGI (http://www.igs.net/~hooper/smh/sendcgi/sendcgi.pl) - This is a modified version of Matt Wright's FormMail script that allows information to be sent to the user by e-mail by simply filling out their e-mail address and pressing SUBMIT
  • SoftSeek (http://www.softseek.com/Programming/Perl/index.html) - Includes links to some interesting randomizing scripts, and a credit card pseudo-verifier (also available at www.perl.com, if you ferret around there long enough).
  • Split Infinity Script Archive (http://www.splitinfinity.com/) - Perl scripts for: Image Navigation, Thumbnail creation, Link Engines, Banner Servers that payout by SUBSCRIPTION or SALE, Top100 lists, Keyword Searchable Image Libraries, Click Through Counters and etc.
  • ST-Software (http://www.comgr.com/stsoft/) - At ST-Software's freeware site you will find many CGI scripts (HTTP and FTP log analyzers, Web-counters etc.) as well as some Unix utilities. ST-Software is also mirrored in Greece (http://users.hol.gr/~vtonic/). For questions ask S. Trivizas.
  • Sue Braiden's Postcard Script (http://www.cbil.vcu.edu:8080/) - It's for creating/sending customized multimedia postcards, recipes, art and animations. Download kit includes a sample card rack, music and graphics files. This script includes user customized messages, email notification to both the recipient and the sender when the card has been picked up, and a pickup log for tracking useful demographic information including where visitors are from, what's popular and what's not so hot. Next version to include frames and a number of other enhancements. A working example of this script is available by visiting the "Mailbox" on the first floor at: http://www.geocities.com/Paris/3208/ . This script and others can be downloaded from the Developers' Toolkit in "The Office" on the third floor at the same address.
  • Talien's CGI-BIN Dreams (http://www.industrynet.net/lorchard/cgi) - Several well documented and well executed scripts including a database management system, an administration frontend for the Basic BBS from this archive and a script to help edit HTML pages from the web.
  • Template Extended CGI Form Mailer 2.0 (http://www.xs4all.nl/~rmeijer/tecform.htm) - Tecform 2.0 is a CGI script that allows the mailing of a completely template specified Mime compliant mail through an HTML mailform. It lets you specify within the mail form (in so called hidden fields) a template in which different fields of the form are filled in. This way the output format of the mail can be exactly specified.
  • The CGI Collection (http://www.itm.com/cgicollection/) - A well described selected listing of various CGI resources recommended by Robert Niles such as Mailform, W3OClock, Guestbook, PickMail, Logger, Access Counter, and Register.
  • The Scripts Home: WebSearch (http://www.virtualcenter.com/scripts2/WebSearch.html)
  • The Scripts Homepage (http://www.virtualcenter.com/scripts2) - a very nicely presented script archive that has most of the scripts that you might want (free for non-commercial uses).
  • The Ultimate Learn and Resource Center (http://www.eprotect.com/stas/TULARC/) - A pretty long list of good CGI libraries
  • The WDVL: Perl Tools and CGIs (http://WWW.Stars.com/Software/Perl/)
  • The Zone Coasters Scripts (http://www.zonecoaster.com/) - A small, but well written script archive containing an excellent survey script, a guestbook, a bbs, a chat, and homepage.
  • Top.perl (http://www.cenatls.cena.dgac.fr/~boubaker/distrib/top.perl) is a program which displays the top number of accessed files in a server. It was written by Heddy Boubaker and can be seen in action at http://www.cenatls.cena.dgac.fr/cgi-bin/top
  • VBS: Virtual Bulletin System (http://www.pobox.com/~bsd/vbs) - VERY nice; A strong BBS system with capabilities including search, file uploads, message editing, authentication, filtering and more...
  • Web Event (http://bio.bu.edu/WebEvent/) - WebEvent is an interactive online calendar program which allows individuals or groups to share event (calendar) information via the World Wide Web. WebEvent runs on UNIX platforms using PERL and a flat database.
  • Web Search (http://amorn.baremetal.com/netscape/stuff/readme.htm) - Amorn Chomchoey has created a fantastic meta search engine script which will keyword search multiple search servers (ie Yahoo, Alta Vista, Webcrawler).
  • Webbase (http://www.on-line.de/~andreas.schulz/wb.html) - webbase is a simple database-tool to make the handling of www-contents easier. it is was written in perl - and it's free...see copyleft. it uses the cgi-interface to create, configure and edit the databases. it does work with linux, solaris..etc. and should work on any unix system.
  • WebMastering (http://www.webmastering.com/) - several useful scripts with demos. Mr. Feinberg puts several versions of script types next to each other so you can easily compare features.
  • West Raymond's Script Archive (http://www.hkstar.com/~west/perl/)- some well written and useful scripts for web site maintenance (including a nice link tracker to see which links on your web site are bad)
  • WireHead's CGI Scripts (http://w3.gcis.net/~wwd/wcgi/) - Ken Wronkiewicz has written a couple very useful redirection scripts and offered them as public domain. even if you aren't interested in the functionality, the code is a nice read anyway.
  • Wojciech Tryc's (http://solaris.tryc.on.ca/files/files.phtml) cool arcdhive including a good shopping cart and SQL gateways.
  • Wolf Haven's CGI Perl and Javascript Archives (http://kohala.huskynet.com/wolfhaven/index.html) - Here you will find links to valuable scripting guides, links to Online HTML and Graphic Design sites, links to sites which offer free Perl and JavaScript scripts, and an archive of original Perl and JavaScript scripts.
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