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Xeon3D

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Hi... having read the IP Sig thread on this forum, I've been wondering if anyone knew how to make something like what http://www.wide-screen.co.uk/ shows.

Look under the logo and you'll see something like:

A special welcome to Widescreen XP visitors from Albufeira, Portugal.

Not only it was correct for the country, as it knew the exact city (and it's a small one I must add)..

I wondered if there's some PHP Code that could be put into a siggie... :P

1st Post. :thumbup


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bsuresh_rjy

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Hi :hello: , please check out the http://www.geobytes.com/ for the details about localization., they are providing free phrases for embedding into our webpages... :thumbup

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this piece of source code of your example page
<script language="javascript" src="http://map.geoup.com/~43608/geoup?template=widescreen" class="style17"></script>


calls this site to get location. code probably uses ip address to determine location
http://www.geobytes.com/

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matrix0978

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Yes. There is a PHP code that does that. Automatically finds your location through your IP.
Images in signatures shall NOT exceed a total of 300x100 and 80kb.

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Xeon3D

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Thanks :D

Now is there any way of putting the info as text on a random sig image?

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If you direct the PHP to the site that does located your IP address. But i would have to try and write a script doing so.
Images in signatures shall NOT exceed a total of 300x100 and 80kb.




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