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ShdwRulr

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You know how on some site, you can go to say become affiliated and there is just an area of how to and a form and all? You don\'t see posted by ~~~ on ~~~. And all that other stuff (comments, print, etc..) I want to make some pages that are unalterable and you don\'t have all the other info. Is there some way to do this? Am I clear? Also I would like to set up a download page much like the one on this site. How do I do that? One Final thing, How do I set up the IRC chatroom to a specific server and chatroom?
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r_f_o_t

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1. Static Pages 2. Download the File Management Plugin from the download section. 3. Don\'t know. Smile HTH
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destr0yr

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for the IRC thing, try this: http://www.geeklog.net/filemgmt/singlefile.php?lid=125
-- destr0yr "I love deadlines. I like the whooshing sound they make as they fly by." -- Douglas Adams
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ShdwRulr

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Thanks for your replys. Also that is the IRC program I am talking about. How do u set that program up to go to a specific server and chatroom?
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ShdwRulr

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hello? Can anyone help me?
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destr0yr

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Quote by ShdwRulr: hello? Can anyone help me?
normally if nobody answers that means no... Look in the settings... this is setup for mircx.com and a free chat... you may be able to change the settings to suit your needs.
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geKow

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You can also use cgi.irc on a static page if you are able to run cgi/perl on your server, but it is not 100% Opera compatible geKow
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siridhar

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confused
I've read that cgiirc is a resource hog and isn't preferred over java applets. But it looks neat.
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