| You add
all your codes here for your webpage.You can take
out the gradangle= if you want, and you can
change that number to a plus or negative number
and see what you come up with. And change all the
colors to what you want it to be. Have
Fun. Just copy and paste the code in the textbox
and paste it in between your html tags of your
Continuous Midi Playing Page to Page
Never-ending music from page to page to page and back again
just add this simple code to all your links:
so all your links will look like this:
If you just have a background song looped on your
first page (index or home) and NO OTHER background songs on
any other pages then THAT 1 song will be what is heard over
Create a file on your homepage.
Name the file scope.html
Create a scope & save
Rename the file from the list below with the extension that
works for your server. Example: scope.tmp (Geocities),
scope.shtml or .exe (TalkCity); scope.wrl (Angelfire,
Dencity,Hypermart, 50megs) No solution for Tripod, sorry!
Embed the new file in your sig box.
Use this script to make words scroll and a button and
redirect the viewer to your url. Change the words and url
to your page. See it here
Here is the script:
Two Sounds in E-Mail
On the same line as the audioscopes, Make a page and end it
in .html with just a sound (midi, wav) file in it. This is
going to be your second sound....then create another page
also ending in .html with this coding in it....
your page title here
Change the 30 to how ever many seconds the first sound
plays and the second sound should start. Then rename the
page with the extension for your homepage server (see
above) Then embed it in your e-mail signature!
Listing URL's while surfing
Making a list of URL's while surfing
Making a list of URL's to save in your mail, with out
having to send it tell you get done surfing!
step #1 Hit "go to" Than hit "show current"
Hilght the URL. Cut the URL.
step #3 surf some more then find another URL you want. Do
step #4 Hit "space bar" Paste the URL that you
Cut in step #2, High light the URL's. Cut the URL"s
step #5 When you are done surfing!
Write a message to your self,
Paste the URL's in your message then send.
Thanks to firstname.lastname@example.org for the tiop!
Listen to WebTV Mail by Phone
Neatest trick of the new year! Ok let me try to explain how to check` you webtv email with a phone where it reads it to you!!
First go to Tellme.com and sign up for the service or call 1800-555-TELL and use the voice prompts to sign up. Then go to this page and clic on EXTENSIONS to set up the voice mail for your webtv email remote mail to be fetched. http://www.tellme.com/keywords/ Fill it out and then you can check your email via phone for free from anywhere. You also need to make sure your webtv remote mail for the acct you want to check is enabled. To do that go to settings and clic on remote mail and set it up. the pop code is pop.webtv.net, your username and password you have pre-selected.
Then you are set... Also take advantage of the unlimited 2 minutes phone calls and the 15 free phone calls to you from your friends and the other free features on this site. Tellme is a great tool for phone use.
you can also REPLY to email by selecting phonebooth when you are give the menu choices.
Check your email from any phone, for free!
Now you can check your email from any phone! After you register with this page, you can dial Tellme at 1-800-555-TELL, say the word Extensions, and then dial in extension 36245 (which spells EMAIL on your touchtone pad).
This service brought to you via Tellme Studio, which lets anyone write and publish phone applications, for free!
Please report bugs,security concerns, feedback, kudos, whatever to email@example.com.
You can now reply to messages! Just say reply to sender, and send a reply in your own voice.
Please start by telling me your email address, and the password associated with your POP email account.
If you have already set up this service, enter your address and password to review or change your settings.
Email address: Password:
security concerns should email the owner at firstname.lastname@example.org
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