Experiments with HTML extensions and drafts

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Eye Clock
A little experimental clock using DHTML, based on a british product called Eye Clock, you can find the link oppening my Eye Clock page.

Millenium clock
Another little experimental clock using DHTML, based on the clock of a MP3 player. I named it this way because it remind me of the oppening of the tv series.

Experiment with "Client pull"
A little experiment using the Netscape extension called "Client pull".
To be able to use it is necessary to have Netscape version 1.1 or higher, or Microsoft Internet Explorer 2.0 or higher.
This presentation has four screens, after loading each one the system waits 20 seconds before proceeding to the next one.

The use of Server Side Includes (SSI)
These tags allow to create web pages that can return an e-mail or the current time and date, without using a program (C, PERL or other) behind.

An experiment with Frames
This is a small experiment on the use of frames. Frames are a Netscape extension to al HTML, it requires Netscape version 2.02 or higher, or Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.0 or higher. As I did not tested it in other browsers I am not sure which other browser supports it.


Please send any comments to:
dragonlight@terra.com.mx