Setting up a shopping cart and doing e-commerce for your website need not be difficult. There are many
options out there on the Internet, but Hevanet has found one that is extremely easy and simple to set up. Best
of all, the basic version is FREE!
Check out the Mal's e-commerce site and join up, set up and start selling!
The HTML you need for a counter is:
Where user.dat is the name of the file for the count number. Use your
Hevanet account name so that the filename is unique. If you make more than
one counter, just name a different file, eg. user2.dat, etc. More information
about the Counter (options, etc.) can be found at: Web
Counter Home page
The Mailmerge.cgi script is now available for use by Hevanet subscribers.
Mailmerge is very similar to FormMail, but allows greater
flexibility as far as how the output is formatted.
Mailmerge is a Perl CGI script for handling simple HTML forms without
doing any actual scripting. You can use it to create user comment forms,
surveys, software registration pages, and bug reports.
It's basically an e-mail gateway: you write the form in HTML, users
fill it out and submit it, and the contents of the form are then e-mailed
to you or to the recipient of your choice. However, unlike other scripts
of this sort, Mailmerge gives you control over the way in which the outgoing
mail is formatted by letting you supply printmerge-style templates that
specify the appearance of both the input form and the outgoing
As of version 1.1, mailmerge can also be used to write messages out
to a file, so that you can create voting scripts, guestbooks, and so
Here are some examples of how to use Mailmerge.cgi
Use this utility to generate the encrypted username:password pair for your .htpasswd file. For a tutorial on how to set up password protection on web pages, click here.