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    Hi,

    I'm developing a conspiracy site for a client and what I'm after is a load of scripts which allow me to put information about the user on the screen. I have found the usual ones - browser type, OS etc. I once saw one which stated the site they came from, how many sites they'd visited, how long they'd been on line etc.

    Can anyone point me to some of these scripts?

    Thanks a lot!

    Peter

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    No. And I'm conspiring with others not to do so, either... lol.

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    I was sure I'd get loads of replies from this post.

    This is the site they want me to zoop up:
    http://www.wkac.ac.uk/ccc/

    I thought it'd be a nice touch to have a button someone can click on and then it speils out all the info about the user.

    Can anyone help?

    Peter
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    Hi Peter,

    If you are only using javascript, there is a limit to the amount of information you can access about the surfer because of security issues. You can (occasionally) use the opener and history objects to find out where the user has been. If I remember right, http://htmlgoodies.earthweb.com has a script/tutorial of all the top level type of data you can access in the javascript primer section. Another source would be http://www.w3.org (the people who set the standards) The final source would be a good book: Goodman's The Javascript Bible and O'Reilly's Javascript: The Definitive Guide.

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    Peter, if I remember rightly, there were some good tutorial materials, script snippets, etc., over on http://www.webreference.com -- might pay to do a little digging there.


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