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#1

[Image: ln1.gif][Image: ln2.gif][Image: ln3.gif]

 

[Image: ln4.gif][Image: ln5.gif][Image: ln6.gif]

 

[Image: ln7.gif][Image: ln8.gif][Image: ln8-new.gif]

 

[Image: ln9.gif]

 

 

Love it, Hate it...let me know. All comments are welcome.

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#2

thank you VERY much dude

 

now...... all i ask is

 

more ;)

 

you WILL get credit

 

cheers

 

anyweb

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#3
nice job dude
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#4

ok, now what i want to do is to rotate the logo every day via a cronjob

 

there are 8 logos below lets say i called them

1.gif, 2.gif, 3.gif etc

 

how can i rotate them ? anyone want to help me with a bash script ?

 

cheers

 

anyweb

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#5

Quote:ok, now what i want to do is to rotate the logo every day via a cronjob 

there are 8 logos below lets say i called them

1.gif, 2.gif, 3.gif etc

 

how can i rotate them ? anyone want to help me with a bash script ?

 

cheers

 

anyweb
 

I don't know much about using a bash script, but you can use php since it's already running this site. You can modify the code below to change the rotate intervals, but it would be on each page load. The images are small enough that it shouldn't matter....for now.

 



Code:
<?
$ris = "/img";
$picture = array();
$picture[0] = "$ris/1.jpg";
$picture[1] = "$ris/3.jpg";
$picture[2] = "$ris/4.jpg";
$picture[3] = "$ris/5.jpg";
$picture[4] = "$ris/6.jpg";
$picture[5] = "$ris/7.jpg";
$picture[6] = "$ris/8.jpg";
$picture[7] = "$ris/9.jpg";
$picture[8] = "$ris/10.jpg";
$count = count($picture) - 1;
$num = rand(0,$count);
echo ('<img src="'.$picture[$num].'" alt=" " width=" " height=" " border="0" />');
?>




 

Hope that helps.

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#6
you'll need to add that as a php file to the server, then create it to be run as a task from the admin control panel
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#7
I like those logos, especially with the use of the tux, but from a technical point of view, the dont look visually as good as they should, the outlined fonts look very rough, and the type setting and font choice could be improved, so on that note i'm going to power up photoshop and do some new versions.
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#8

This logo is a optimized .gif what i done in photoshop, feel free to use. I will do some variations of it when i get time.

 

<a class="ipsAttachLink ipsAttachLink_image" href="<fileStore.core_Attachment>/monthly_01_2008/post-1713-1200400673.gif" data-fileid="1015">[img]<fileStore.core_Attachment>/monthly_01_2008/post-1713-1200400673.gif[/img]</a>



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#9

very nice, except that the logo must be 225 pixles by 68 pixels,

 

can you try again ?

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#10

hello,

 

anyone interested in trying some new designs for the logo ?

 

the forums will change look and feel soon so perhaps now is a good time to change the logo also

 

for an idea of the new look, please see here

 

let me know :)

 

cheers

anyweb

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