Easy to integrate in your website/blog(works with WordPress, blogspot etc.), with some handy options too. It's also fully CSS customizable from your own template. Just go to configuration page, get the code for your settings, and you are up and running. Enjoy!
Added On: Thu, 22nd February 2007
This powerful RSS ticker script lets you easily display any RSS content on your site in a ticker fashion! This script uses a simple PHP based RSS parser called LastRSS to retrieve an RSS feed, then Ajax and DHTML to display the feed dynamically and with flare.
Added On: Fri, 3rd March 2006
Added On: Thu, 12th January 2006
gAjax RSS Ticker is a flexible RSS ticker that doesn't require you to install any server side script to run. You can display results from multiple feeds intermixed, sort them in a variety of ways, specify how many entries to show at once, what portion of each entry to show etc.
Added On: Thu, 20th September 2007
Added On: Wed, 20th April 2005
By combining DHTML with XML, this ticker script makes updating its contents a breeze, through an external XML file. Just open the file, and enter the desired messages to show. Plain text and links (with targeting) are supported, and script is functional in both IE5+ and NS6+, degrading well with the rest.
Added On: Mon, 25th November 2002
Starting out with Ajax can be a bit daunting. A lot of the scripts you'll find aren't threadsafe, can only send get requests or just plain aren't flexible.
This script allows you to send an Ajax request with just a single line of code and handling the response is a breeze!
Added On: Wed, 9th August 2006
A powerful, yet simple way for businesses to integrate SMS sending into their website, app or software using Message Hero's RESTful SMS API. Like Message Hero it's free to use the API, there are no monthly fees or charges, just a simple cost per SMS.
Added On: Wed, 20th May 2015
Added On: Mon, 24th April 2006
Did you ever wanted a smart up and down vote script for your website? Well here it comes, it can be used for comments, simple votes, contact page, website feedback and many more your imagination is the limit.
Added On: Tue, 19th September 2017
Added On: Tue, 19th September 2017
Added On: Fri, 1st September 2017
Added On: Sat, 9th July 2016
Added On: Tue, 16th December 2014
The Ultimate Gallery is fully cross-browser compliant and employs several Internet Web Development Technologies.
The Ultimate Gallery can be deployed as a DHTML Draggable Popup, or a fixed position element on any web site page.
Added On: Sun, 9th August 2009
qizphototagging is the premier application for easy picture tagging over the web, picture tag tool ideally combines all most popular tagging options similar to the facebook,flickr etc. script extremely asily can be integrated to any website with powerful design customization.
Added On: Sun, 26th July 2009
Added On: Thu, 21st June 2007
Added On: Fri, 27th April 2007
SoftXMLLib includes basic functions and properties that Microsoft.XMLDOM ActiveXObject has.
Main problem with manipulating XML files is a compatibility across different web browsers.
The purpose of the SoftXMLLib Library is to solve the problem of creating different XMLHTTP and XMLDOM objects for different browsers. So you as web developer will have only one cross-browser API.
Online demo and downloads available at:
Added On: Thu, 30th November 2006
So not having to reload the web page for each user interaction is what makes 'Ajax' so hot. What makes it NOT is having to use either cryptic XML (having find a way to represent the response in HTML DOM structure, with all the node creating and appending that it implies), or having to settle with the simplistic innerHTML (and thus having to cope with the fact that the browser doesnt parse it so your onclick's, events and scripts just won't work) in order to show the user any new content.
Enter DomAXh (pronounced Dom Ash). Using XMLDOM to XHTMLDOM translation (IE & FF compatible), DomAXh makes life easyer for the developer because his/her server response only has to be valid XHTML and DomAXh takes over rendering the response correctly in the calling web page.
Added On: Fri, 13th October 2006