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PrayerWall by Intelliscript.net
(c) 2005 Jason Silver

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PrayerWall allows your visitors to place prayer requests
on your web site, as well as subscribe to a prayer RSS feed.

Report any bugs or improvement suggestions to jasonsilver@crookedbush.com.

Yours,
Jason Silver

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Overview:
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How It Works:

Uplolad the script to your cgi-bin, and then incorporate it into a
server side include page. Link to this page so that visitors can
view prayer requests, post new requests, or subscribe to an RSS
feed.

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Installation Overview:
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1. Set some options at the beginning of the scripts
2. Use FTP to upload the files
4. Set exectute permissions on the Perl script, and write permissions on the
text files
4. Test the script

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Here's How!
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1. Using a text editor like textpad, or notepad, open the .pl file(s)
Change the path to perl so that it's
configured for your server.
It's usually:
#!/usr/local/bin/perl
or
#!/usr/bin/perl

2. Change the variables,

For example,

RSS CHANNEL INFORMATION:

$channel_title = "Intelliscript's Prayer Perl Script";
$channel_description = "Subscribe to this RSS Channel to Keep Up-to-Date on Prayer Requests";
$channel_language = "EN";
$channel_copyright = "(c)2005 Intelliscript.net. All Rights Reserved.";
$managing_editor_email = 'nobody@intelliscript.net';
$webmaster_email = 'nobody@intelliscript.net';
$channel_category = 'Religion';
$prayer_feed_image = "http://www.intelliscript.net/images/icons/icon_prayerwall.gif";
$image_title = "PrayerWall - A Perl Script";
$image_link = "http://www.intelliscript.net/downloads.shtml";
$image_description = "Download this Perl script and install it on your site today!";

CGI SCRIPT INFORMATION

$emailprog = '/usr/sbin/sendmail'; # your mailer program...
$admin_email = 'nobody@intelliscript.net';
$server_file = "prayer_requests.txt";
$counter_file = "prayer_requests_counter.txt";
$records_to_display = 10;
$datapath = "";
$html_page = "/test_area/prayerwall/index.shtml"; # for using Server Side Includes
$script_url = "/test_area/prayerwall/prayer_wall.cgi"; # for saving changes in admin panel.
$default_search = "";
$hide_replies = 0; # default
$url = $ENV{'SERVER_NAME'};

CUSTOMIZATION OPTIONS

$login = 'admin';
$password = 'password';
$highlight_color = '#ececec';
$search_each_word = 1;
$search_invitation = "Login to the admin below using 'admin' and 'password'.<br>Search the prayer wall for keywords:";
my @months = ("Jan","Feb","Mar","Apr","May","Jun","Jul","Aug","Sep","Oct","Nov","Dec");
my @days = ("Sun","Mon","Tue","Wed","Thu","Fri","Sat");


3. Open the prayer_wall.shtml file and change the title and other aspects of
the page to reflect your site's design.

4. Open the header.txt and footer.txt file and paste in header and footer
content from your main site so that the pages look like they belong to the
style used in other parts of your site.

5. Use an FTP program like WS_FTP or CuteFTP (just some examples I'm aware of)
and upload the files to your server's cgi-bin.

6. Set permissions (CHMOD):
.pl files: 755
.txt files: 777, or 766 if 777 is not allowed.

NOW, TEST IT:

7. From a browser, open the .pl file or the .shtml file.


As always, let me know of problems, questions, or requests for features.
Jason Silver


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www.CrookedBush.com




 
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