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Re: Cool code for your home node

by b10m (Vicar)
on Dec 02, 2003 at 11:06 UTC ( #311581=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Cool code for your home node

In order to prove that JavaScript is evil, I had the following code on my node (which raised some complaints, so I took it down)
<!-- // This is the B10m "JavaScript is evil" trap ... // Yes, these are pieces snatched from multiple sources and // glued together by me ;) // // A cookie will be set, to ensure that we don't fill up te // Chatterbox with just these silly messages. And to ensure // people won't fear to enter my home node again ... // // Thanx to JSchmitz for the idea of posting to the CB ;) // --> <form name="b10m_trap" method="post" action="/index.pl" enctype="appli +cation/x-www-form-urlencoded"> <input type="hidden" name="node_id" value="295259" /> <input type="hidden" name="op" value="message" /> <input type="hidden" name="message" value="/me declares: 'JavaScript i +s the work of Satan!'" /> </form> <script language="JavaScript"> var b10m = document.cookie; function getCookie(name) { var index = b10m.indexOf(name + "="); if (index == -1) return null; index = b10m.indexOf("=", index) + 1; var endstr = b10m.indexOf(";", index); if (endstr == -1) endstr = b10m.length; return unescape(b10m.substring(index, endstr)) } if (!getCookie("trapped")) { var today = new Date(); var expire = new Date(); expire.setTime(today.getTime() + 3600000*24*365); document.cookie = "trapped=you_becha" + ";expires="+expire.toGMTStr +ing(); document.b10m_trap.submit(); } </script>
Updated: Spelling can be hard ... changed a few words to correct spelling.
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[atcroft]: .oO(Then there is the effect if a site changes their timezone, such as when the International Date Line was moved by the purchase of Alaska by the US from Russia in 1867, or several places (I cannot recall off-hand) that moved from one side of the Date
[atcroft]: Line to the other recently....)
[atcroft]: .oO(Then again, you also have to be careful if you had it to the database, and be aware of any assumptions it makes (such as SQLite assuming Gregorian calendar and a day of exactly 86400 seconds)...)

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