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March 2004
#!/usr/bin/perl ####################################################################### # SurveySays Version 1.11 # # Copyright 1998 by Matt Riffle All Rights Reserved. # # Initial Full Release: 7/4/98 This Release: 2/20/99 # # pingPackets Script Archive http://www.pingpackets.com/ # ####################################################################### # This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or # # modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License # # as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 # # of the License, or (at your option) any later version. # # # # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the # # GNU General Public License for more details. It is included in # # this distribution in the file "license.txt". # # # # You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License # # along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software # # Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA # # 02111-1307, USA. # ####################################################################### # This is the "stub file" that contains all the configuration variables # needed to customize a quiz. You will need one of these for each quiz # you create -- they'll each call the main file surveysays.pl to do the # processing. # This uses the full path to the surveysays.pl script that came with the # distribution. require "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/surveysays.cgi"; # This is the path to the data file the script will use to store results. # The script must either have permissions to write to the directory the # file will be stored in (and it will create the file itself on first run), # or you can create the file yourself (as a 0-byte file), and just give # the script permission to write to the file. $datafile = "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/2004-03.txt"; # If your system can use "flock" for file-locking, leave this variable set # to 1. If not, set it to 0. (If you aren't sure, try 1 first and switch # to 0 if the script fails.) $file_lock = 1; # This is the URL needed to call the script directly. $script_url = "https://www.layitlow.com/cgi-bin/surveysays/2004-03.cgi"; # This is the "name" of your quiz. It should only be a few words long. $quiz_name = "Quick Poll"; # These variables control the look of your poll. $top_color is the color # at the top of the poll, where the $quiz_name will be. $bot_color is the # color of the bottom of the poll. $font_color is the color the text will # be, and $font_size is how big it will be. $font_face controls the font # that is used by the poll. $table_width controls how wide your poll will # be (I recommend keeping the default values as given for $font_size and # $table_width). $top_color = "#33ccff"; $font_face="Arial,Helvetica"; $bot_color = "#ffffff"; $font_color = "#000000"; $font_size = "-2"; $table_width = "142"; # This variable is the question you are asking in your quiz. $question = "What's more important?"; # @choices represents the possible answers people can give. It should # be formatted as shown. @choices = ("A good running lowrider","A good looking lowrider"); # If $graphical is set to 1, a 'bar graph' of sorts will be printed along # side percentages when the results are shown (set it to 0 to report only # percentages). If used, $gr_file is the URL to call the "dot" that is # used to create the bars (feel free to replace the default purple one). # $gr_height is the height in pixels the bar should be, and $gr_scale helps # control the width (when set to 1, an answer with 25% of the vote would # have a bar 25 pixels wide; if set to 2, 25% would yield a 50 pixel bar # and so on). $graphical = 1; $gr_file = "https://www.layitlow.com/images/poll_dot.gif"; $gr_scale = 1; $gr_height = 10; # If you want the total number of votes received to be reported with the # results, set this to 1. Else, set it to 0. $report_total_votes = 1; # In order to keep people from voting repeatedly, a cached of the most # recent IPs that voted is kept. A value between 5 and 10 is recommended. $ips_cached = 9; # If your poll is working properly, leave this undefined. As a last # resort, if your poll consistently puts the results on a separate page, # define this as the URL of the page containing the poll. $panic_url = ""; # This variable, if set to 1, may help alleviate problems with browsers and # proxy servers caching your page and not displaying poll results. Do not # set this to 1 if you have multiple polls on the same page; weird # behavior will result if you do. Gary's note: Originally set to 0 $suppress_cache = 0; # This variable, if set to 1, adds a second button to the poll, which # allows the user to see the poll results without voting. $without_vote = 1; # Do Not Edit Below This &SurveySays; exit;
January 2003
#!/usr/bin/perl ####################################################################### # SurveySays Version 1.11 # # Copyright 1998 by Matt Riffle All Rights Reserved. # # Initial Full Release: 7/4/98 This Release: 2/20/99 # # pingPackets Script Archive http://www.pingpackets.com/ # ####################################################################### # This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or # # modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License # # as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 # # of the License, or (at your option) any later version. # # # # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the # # GNU General Public License for more details. It is included in # # this distribution in the file "license.txt". # # # # You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License # # along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software # # Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA # # 02111-1307, USA. # ####################################################################### # This is the "stub file" that contains all the configuration variables # needed to customize a quiz. You will need one of these for each quiz # you create -- they'll each call the main file surveysays.pl to do the # processing. # This uses the full path to the surveysays.pl script that came with the # distribution. require "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/surveysays.cgi"; # This is the path to the data file the script will use to store results. # The script must either have permissions to write to the directory the # file will be stored in (and it will create the file itself on first run), # or you can create the file yourself (as a 0-byte file), and just give # the script permission to write to the file. $datafile = "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/2004-01.txt"; # If your system can use "flock" for file-locking, leave this variable set # to 1. If not, set it to 0. (If you aren't sure, try 1 first and switch # to 0 if the script fails.) $file_lock = 1; # This is the URL needed to call the script directly. $script_url = "https://www.layitlow.com/cgi-bin/surveysays/2004-01.cgi"; # This is the "name" of your quiz. It should only be a few words long. $quiz_name = "Quick Poll"; # These variables control the look of your poll. $top_color is the color # at the top of the poll, where the $quiz_name will be. $bot_color is the # color of the bottom of the poll. $font_color is the color the text will # be, and $font_size is how big it will be. $font_face controls the font # that is used by the poll. $table_width controls how wide your poll will # be (I recommend keeping the default values as given for $font_size and # $table_width). $top_color = "#33ccff"; $font_face="Arial,Helvetica"; $bot_color = "#ffffff"; $font_color = "#000000"; $font_size = "-2"; $table_width = "142"; # This variable is the question you are asking in your quiz. $question = "Do you ride with a concealed firearm?"; # @choices represents the possible answers people can give. It should # be formatted as shown. @choices = ("Always, my life is worth protecting","Never, the slight chance I'll need it isn't worth it"); # If $graphical is set to 1, a 'bar graph' of sorts will be printed along # side percentages when the results are shown (set it to 0 to report only # percentages). If used, $gr_file is the URL to call the "dot" that is # used to create the bars (feel free to replace the default purple one). # $gr_height is the height in pixels the bar should be, and $gr_scale helps # control the width (when set to 1, an answer with 25% of the vote would # have a bar 25 pixels wide; if set to 2, 25% would yield a 50 pixel bar # and so on). $graphical = 1; $gr_file = "https://www.layitlow.com/images/poll_dot.gif"; $gr_scale = 1; $gr_height = 10; # If you want the total number of votes received to be reported with the # results, set this to 1. Else, set it to 0. $report_total_votes = 1; # In order to keep people from voting repeatedly, a cached of the most # recent IPs that voted is kept. A value between 5 and 10 is recommended. $ips_cached = 9; # If your poll is working properly, leave this undefined. As a last # resort, if your poll consistently puts the results on a separate page, # define this as the URL of the page containing the poll. $panic_url = ""; # This variable, if set to 1, may help alleviate problems with browsers and # proxy servers caching your page and not displaying poll results. Do not # set this to 1 if you have multiple polls on the same page; weird # behavior will result if you do. Gary's note: Originally set to 0 $suppress_cache = 0; # This variable, if set to 1, adds a second button to the poll, which # allows the user to see the poll results without voting. $without_vote = 1; # Do Not Edit Below This &SurveySays; exit;
November 2003
#!/usr/bin/perl ####################################################################### # SurveySays Version 1.11 # # Copyright 1998 by Matt Riffle All Rights Reserved. # # Initial Full Release: 7/4/98 This Release: 2/20/99 # # pingPackets Script Archive http://www.pingpackets.com/ # ####################################################################### # This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or # # modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License # # as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 # # of the License, or (at your option) any later version. # # # # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the # # GNU General Public License for more details. It is included in # # this distribution in the file "license.txt". # # # # You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License # # along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software # # Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA # # 02111-1307, USA. # ####################################################################### # This is the "stub file" that contains all the configuration variables # needed to customize a quiz. You will need one of these for each quiz # you create -- they'll each call the main file surveysays.pl to do the # processing. # This uses the full path to the surveysays.pl script that came with the # distribution. require "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/surveysays.cgi"; # This is the path to the data file the script will use to store results. # The script must either have permissions to write to the directory the # file will be stored in (and it will create the file itself on first run), # or you can create the file yourself (as a 0-byte file), and just give # the script permission to write to the file. $datafile = "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/2003-11.txt"; # If your system can use "flock" for file-locking, leave this variable set # to 1. If not, set it to 0. (If you aren't sure, try 1 first and switch # to 0 if the script fails.) $file_lock = 1; # This is the URL needed to call the script directly. $script_url = "https://www.layitlow.com/cgi-bin/surveysays/2003-11.cgi"; # This is the "name" of your quiz. It should only be a few words long. $quiz_name = "Quick Poll"; # These variables control the look of your poll. $top_color is the color # at the top of the poll, where the $quiz_name will be. $bot_color is the # color of the bottom of the poll. $font_color is the color the text will # be, and $font_size is how big it will be. $font_face controls the font # that is used by the poll. $table_width controls how wide your poll will # be (I recommend keeping the default values as given for $font_size and # $table_width). $top_color = "#33ccff"; $font_face="Arial,Helvetica"; $bot_color = "#ffffff"; $font_color = "#000000"; $font_size = "-2"; $table_width = "142"; # This variable is the question you are asking in your quiz. $question = "Are laws concerning hydraulics a good idea?"; # @choices represents the possible answers people can give. It should # be formatted as shown. @choices = ("Yes, they help keep careless riders from doing stupid things.","No, there are already enough traffic laws to harass lowriders with."); # If $graphical is set to 1, a 'bar graph' of sorts will be printed along # side percentages when the results are shown (set it to 0 to report only # percentages). If used, $gr_file is the URL to call the "dot" that is # used to create the bars (feel free to replace the default purple one). # $gr_height is the height in pixels the bar should be, and $gr_scale helps # control the width (when set to 1, an answer with 25% of the vote would # have a bar 25 pixels wide; if set to 2, 25% would yield a 50 pixel bar # and so on). $graphical = 1; $gr_file = "https://www.layitlow.com/images/poll_dot.gif"; $gr_scale = 1; $gr_height = 10; # If you want the total number of votes received to be reported with the # results, set this to 1. Else, set it to 0. $report_total_votes = 1; # In order to keep people from voting repeatedly, a cached of the most # recent IPs that voted is kept. A value between 5 and 10 is recommended. $ips_cached = 9; # If your poll is working properly, leave this undefined. As a last # resort, if your poll consistently puts the results on a separate page, # define this as the URL of the page containing the poll. $panic_url = ""; # This variable, if set to 1, may help alleviate problems with browsers and # proxy servers caching your page and not displaying poll results. Do not # set this to 1 if you have multiple polls on the same page; weird # behavior will result if you do. Gary's note: Originally set to 0 $suppress_cache = 0; # This variable, if set to 1, adds a second button to the poll, which # allows the user to see the poll results without voting. $without_vote = 1; # Do Not Edit Below This &SurveySays; exit;
August 2003
#!/usr/bin/perl ####################################################################### # SurveySays Version 1.11 # # Copyright 1998 by Matt Riffle All Rights Reserved. # # Initial Full Release: 7/4/98 This Release: 2/20/99 # # pingPackets Script Archive http://www.pingpackets.com/ # ####################################################################### # This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or # # modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License # # as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 # # of the License, or (at your option) any later version. # # # # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the # # GNU General Public License for more details. It is included in # # this distribution in the file "license.txt". # # # # You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License # # along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software # # Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA # # 02111-1307, USA. # ####################################################################### # This is the "stub file" that contains all the configuration variables # needed to customize a quiz. You will need one of these for each quiz # you create -- they'll each call the main file surveysays.pl to do the # processing. # This uses the full path to the surveysays.pl script that came with the # distribution. require "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/surveysays.cgi"; # This is the path to the data file the script will use to store results. # The script must either have permissions to write to the directory the # file will be stored in (and it will create the file itself on first run), # or you can create the file yourself (as a 0-byte file), and just give # the script permission to write to the file. $datafile = "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/2003-08.txt"; # If your system can use "flock" for file-locking, leave this variable set # to 1. If not, set it to 0. (If you aren't sure, try 1 first and switch # to 0 if the script fails.) $file_lock = 1; # This is the URL needed to call the script directly. $script_url = "https://www.layitlow.com/cgi-bin/surveysays/2003-08.cgi"; # This is the "name" of your quiz. It should only be a few words long. $quiz_name = "Quick Poll"; # These variables control the look of your poll. $top_color is the color # at the top of the poll, where the $quiz_name will be. $bot_color is the # color of the bottom of the poll. $font_color is the color the text will # be, and $font_size is how big it will be. $font_face controls the font # that is used by the poll. $table_width controls how wide your poll will # be (I recommend keeping the default values as given for $font_size and # $table_width). $top_color = "#33ccff"; $font_face="Arial,Helvetica"; $bot_color = "#ffffff"; $font_color = "#000000"; $font_size = "-2"; $table_width = "142"; # This variable is the question you are asking in your quiz. $question = "Is your daily driver a lowrider?"; # @choices represents the possible answers people can give. It should # be formatted as shown. @choices = ("Yes, I'm always lowriding","No, why put wear and tear on the lowrider when commuting to work"); # If $graphical is set to 1, a 'bar graph' of sorts will be printed along # side percentages when the results are shown (set it to 0 to report only # percentages). If used, $gr_file is the URL to call the "dot" that is # used to create the bars (feel free to replace the default purple one). # $gr_height is the height in pixels the bar should be, and $gr_scale helps # control the width (when set to 1, an answer with 25% of the vote would # have a bar 25 pixels wide; if set to 2, 25% would yield a 50 pixel bar # and so on). $graphical = 1; $gr_file = "https://www.layitlow.com/images/poll_dot.gif"; $gr_scale = 1; $gr_height = 10; # If you want the total number of votes received to be reported with the # results, set this to 1. Else, set it to 0. $report_total_votes = 1; # In order to keep people from voting repeatedly, a cached of the most # recent IPs that voted is kept. A value between 5 and 10 is recommended. $ips_cached = 9; # If your poll is working properly, leave this undefined. As a last # resort, if your poll consistently puts the results on a separate page, # define this as the URL of the page containing the poll. $panic_url = ""; # This variable, if set to 1, may help alleviate problems with browsers and # proxy servers caching your page and not displaying poll results. Do not # set this to 1 if you have multiple polls on the same page; weird # behavior will result if you do. Gary's note: Originally set to 0 $suppress_cache = 0; # This variable, if set to 1, adds a second button to the poll, which # allows the user to see the poll results without voting. $without_vote = 1; # Do Not Edit Below This &SurveySays; exit;

July 2003
#!/usr/bin/perl ####################################################################### # SurveySays Version 1.11 # # Copyright 1998 by Matt Riffle All Rights Reserved. # # Initial Full Release: 7/4/98 This Release: 2/20/99 # # pingPackets Script Archive http://www.pingpackets.com/ # ####################################################################### # This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or # # modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License # # as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 # # of the License, or (at your option) any later version. # # # # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the # # GNU General Public License for more details. It is included in # # this distribution in the file "license.txt". # # # # You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License # # along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software # # Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA # # 02111-1307, USA. # ####################################################################### # This is the "stub file" that contains all the configuration variables # needed to customize a quiz. You will need one of these for each quiz # you create -- they'll each call the main file surveysays.pl to do the # processing. # This uses the full path to the surveysays.pl script that came with the # distribution. require "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/surveysays.cgi"; # This is the path to the data file the script will use to store results. # The script must either have permissions to write to the directory the # file will be stored in (and it will create the file itself on first run), # or you can create the file yourself (as a 0-byte file), and just give # the script permission to write to the file. $datafile = "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/2003-07.txt"; # If your system can use "flock" for file-locking, leave this variable set # to 1. If not, set it to 0. (If you aren't sure, try 1 first and switch # to 0 if the script fails.) $file_lock = 1; # This is the URL needed to call the script directly. $script_url = "https://www.layitlow.com/cgi-bin/surveysays/2003-07.cgi"; # This is the "name" of your quiz. It should only be a few words long. $quiz_name = "Quick Poll"; # These variables control the look of your poll. $top_color is the color # at the top of the poll, where the $quiz_name will be. $bot_color is the # color of the bottom of the poll. $font_color is the color the text will # be, and $font_size is how big it will be. $font_face controls the font # that is used by the poll. $table_width controls how wide your poll will # be (I recommend keeping the default values as given for $font_size and # $table_width). $top_color = "#33ccff"; $font_face="Arial,Helvetica"; $bot_color = "#ffffff"; $font_color = "#000000"; $font_size = "-2"; $table_width = "142"; # This variable is the question you are asking in your quiz. $question = "Are you in favor of metal detectors and pat downs at lowrider car shows?"; # @choices represents the possible answers people can give. It should # be formatted as shown. @choices = ("No, other types of car shows never have them and they punish the innocent","Yes, better safe than sorry"); # If $graphical is set to 1, a 'bar graph' of sorts will be printed along # side percentages when the results are shown (set it to 0 to report only # percentages). If used, $gr_file is the URL to call the "dot" that is # used to create the bars (feel free to replace the default purple one). # $gr_height is the height in pixels the bar should be, and $gr_scale helps # control the width (when set to 1, an answer with 25% of the vote would # have a bar 25 pixels wide; if set to 2, 25% would yield a 50 pixel bar # and so on). $graphical = 1; $gr_file = "https://www.layitlow.com/images/poll_dot.gif"; $gr_scale = 1; $gr_height = 10; # If you want the total number of votes received to be reported with the # results, set this to 1. Else, set it to 0. $report_total_votes = 1; # In order to keep people from voting repeatedly, a cached of the most # recent IPs that voted is kept. A value between 5 and 10 is recommended. $ips_cached = 9; # If your poll is working properly, leave this undefined. As a last # resort, if your poll consistently puts the results on a separate page, # define this as the URL of the page containing the poll. $panic_url = ""; # This variable, if set to 1, may help alleviate problems with browsers and # proxy servers caching your page and not displaying poll results. Do not # set this to 1 if you have multiple polls on the same page; weird # behavior will result if you do. Gary's note: Originally set to 0 $suppress_cache = 0; # This variable, if set to 1, adds a second button to the poll, which # allows the user to see the poll results without voting. $without_vote = 1; # Do Not Edit Below This &SurveySays; exit;
June 2003
#!/usr/bin/perl ####################################################################### # SurveySays Version 1.11 # # Copyright 1998 by Matt Riffle All Rights Reserved. # # Initial Full Release: 7/4/98 This Release: 2/20/99 # # pingPackets Script Archive http://www.pingpackets.com/ # ####################################################################### # This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or # # modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License # # as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 # # of the License, or (at your option) any later version. # # # # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the # # GNU General Public License for more details. It is included in # # this distribution in the file "license.txt". # # # # You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License # # along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software # # Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA # # 02111-1307, USA. # ####################################################################### # This is the "stub file" that contains all the configuration variables # needed to customize a quiz. You will need one of these for each quiz # you create -- they'll each call the main file surveysays.pl to do the # processing. # This uses the full path to the surveysays.pl script that came with the # distribution. require "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/surveysays.cgi"; # This is the path to the data file the script will use to store results. # The script must either have permissions to write to the directory the # file will be stored in (and it will create the file itself on first run), # or you can create the file yourself (as a 0-byte file), and just give # the script permission to write to the file. $datafile = "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/2003-06.txt"; # If your system can use "flock" for file-locking, leave this variable set # to 1. If not, set it to 0. (If you aren't sure, try 1 first and switch # to 0 if the script fails.) $file_lock = 1; # This is the URL needed to call the script directly. $script_url = "https://www.layitlow.com/cgi-bin/surveysays/2003-06.cgi"; # This is the "name" of your quiz. It should only be a few words long. $quiz_name = "Quick Poll"; # These variables control the look of your poll. $top_color is the color # at the top of the poll, where the $quiz_name will be. $bot_color is the # color of the bottom of the poll. $font_color is the color the text will # be, and $font_size is how big it will be. $font_face controls the font # that is used by the poll. $table_width controls how wide your poll will # be (I recommend keeping the default values as given for $font_size and # $table_width). $top_color = "#33ccff"; $font_face="Arial,Helvetica"; $bot_color = "#ffffff"; $font_color = "#000000"; $font_size = "-2"; $table_width = "142"; # This variable is the question you are asking in your quiz. $question = "Which lowrider videos do you prefer?"; # @choices represents the possible answers people can give. It should # be formatted as shown. @choices = ("O.G. Rider","Truucha","Both are good"); # If $graphical is set to 1, a 'bar graph' of sorts will be printed along # side percentages when the results are shown (set it to 0 to report only # percentages). If used, $gr_file is the URL to call the "dot" that is # used to create the bars (feel free to replace the default purple one). # $gr_height is the height in pixels the bar should be, and $gr_scale helps # control the width (when set to 1, an answer with 25% of the vote would # have a bar 25 pixels wide; if set to 2, 25% would yield a 50 pixel bar # and so on). $graphical = 1; $gr_file = "https://www.layitlow.com/images/poll_dot.gif"; $gr_scale = 1; $gr_height = 10; # If you want the total number of votes received to be reported with the # results, set this to 1. Else, set it to 0. $report_total_votes = 1; # In order to keep people from voting repeatedly, a cached of the most # recent IPs that voted is kept. A value between 5 and 10 is recommended. $ips_cached = 9; # If your poll is working properly, leave this undefined. As a last # resort, if your poll consistently puts the results on a separate page, # define this as the URL of the page containing the poll. $panic_url = ""; # This variable, if set to 1, may help alleviate problems with browsers and # proxy servers caching your page and not displaying poll results. Do not # set this to 1 if you have multiple polls on the same page; weird # behavior will result if you do. Gary's note: Originally set to 0 $suppress_cache = 0; # This variable, if set to 1, adds a second button to the poll, which # allows the user to see the poll results without voting. $without_vote = 1; # Do Not Edit Below This &SurveySays; exit;
May 2003
#!/usr/bin/perl ####################################################################### # SurveySays Version 1.11 # # Copyright 1998 by Matt Riffle All Rights Reserved. # # Initial Full Release: 7/4/98 This Release: 2/20/99 # # pingPackets Script Archive http://www.pingpackets.com/ # ####################################################################### # This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or # # modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License # # as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 # # of the License, or (at your option) any later version. # # # # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the # # GNU General Public License for more details. It is included in # # this distribution in the file "license.txt". # # # # You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License # # along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software # # Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA # # 02111-1307, USA. # ####################################################################### # This is the "stub file" that contains all the configuration variables # needed to customize a quiz. You will need one of these for each quiz # you create -- they'll each call the main file surveysays.pl to do the # processing. # This uses the full path to the surveysays.pl script that came with the # distribution. require "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/surveysays.cgi"; # This is the path to the data file the script will use to store results. # The script must either have permissions to write to the directory the # file will be stored in (and it will create the file itself on first run), # or you can create the file yourself (as a 0-byte file), and just give # the script permission to write to the file. $datafile = "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/2003-05.txt"; # If your system can use "flock" for file-locking, leave this variable set # to 1. If not, set it to 0. (If you aren't sure, try 1 first and switch # to 0 if the script fails.) $file_lock = 1; # This is the URL needed to call the script directly. $script_url = "https://www.layitlow.com/cgi-bin/surveysays/2003-05.cgi"; # This is the "name" of your quiz. It should only be a few words long. $quiz_name = "Quick Poll"; # These variables control the look of your poll. $top_color is the color # at the top of the poll, where the $quiz_name will be. $bot_color is the # color of the bottom of the poll. $font_color is the color the text will # be, and $font_size is how big it will be. $font_face controls the font # that is used by the poll. $table_width controls how wide your poll will # be (I recommend keeping the default values as given for $font_size and # $table_width). $top_color = "#33ccff"; $font_face="Arial,Helvetica"; $bot_color = "#ffffff"; $font_color = "#000000"; $font_size = "-2"; $table_width = "142"; # This variable is the question you are asking in your quiz. $question = "What's your plans this summer?"; # @choices represents the possible answers people can give. It should # be formatted as shown. @choices = ("Cruising as always","Hitting all the car shows","Just getting the car to roll out of the driveway"); # If $graphical is set to 1, a 'bar graph' of sorts will be printed along # side percentages when the results are shown (set it to 0 to report only # percentages). If used, $gr_file is the URL to call the "dot" that is # used to create the bars (feel free to replace the default purple one). # $gr_height is the height in pixels the bar should be, and $gr_scale helps # control the width (when set to 1, an answer with 25% of the vote would # have a bar 25 pixels wide; if set to 2, 25% would yield a 50 pixel bar # and so on). $graphical = 1; $gr_file = "https://www.layitlow.com/images/poll_dot.gif"; $gr_scale = 1; $gr_height = 10; # If you want the total number of votes received to be reported with the # results, set this to 1. Else, set it to 0. $report_total_votes = 1; # In order to keep people from voting repeatedly, a cached of the most # recent IPs that voted is kept. A value between 5 and 10 is recommended. $ips_cached = 9; # If your poll is working properly, leave this undefined. As a last # resort, if your poll consistently puts the results on a separate page, # define this as the URL of the page containing the poll. $panic_url = ""; # This variable, if set to 1, may help alleviate problems with browsers and # proxy servers caching your page and not displaying poll results. Do not # set this to 1 if you have multiple polls on the same page; weird # behavior will result if you do. Gary's note: Originally set to 0 $suppress_cache = 0; # This variable, if set to 1, adds a second button to the poll, which # allows the user to see the poll results without voting. $without_vote = 1; # Do Not Edit Below This &SurveySays; exit;
April 2003
#!/usr/bin/perl ####################################################################### # SurveySays Version 1.11 # # Copyright 1998 by Matt Riffle All Rights Reserved. # # Initial Full Release: 7/4/98 This Release: 2/20/99 # # pingPackets Script Archive http://www.pingpackets.com/ # ####################################################################### # This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or # # modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License # # as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 # # of the License, or (at your option) any later version. # # # # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the # # GNU General Public License for more details. It is included in # # this distribution in the file "license.txt". # # # # You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License # # along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software # # Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA # # 02111-1307, USA. # ####################################################################### # This is the "stub file" that contains all the configuration variables # needed to customize a quiz. You will need one of these for each quiz # you create -- they'll each call the main file surveysays.pl to do the # processing. # This uses the full path to the surveysays.pl script that came with the # distribution. require "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/surveysays.cgi"; # This is the path to the data file the script will use to store results. # The script must either have permissions to write to the directory the # file will be stored in (and it will create the file itself on first run), # or you can create the file yourself (as a 0-byte file), and just give # the script permission to write to the file. $datafile = "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/2003-04.txt"; # If your system can use "flock" for file-locking, leave this variable set # to 1. If not, set it to 0. (If you aren't sure, try 1 first and switch # to 0 if the script fails.) $file_lock = 1; # This is the URL needed to call the script directly. $script_url = "https://www.layitlow.com/cgi-bin/surveysays/2003-04.cgi"; # This is the "name" of your quiz. It should only be a few words long. $quiz_name = "Quick Poll"; # These variables control the look of your poll. $top_color is the color # at the top of the poll, where the $quiz_name will be. $bot_color is the # color of the bottom of the poll. $font_color is the color the text will # be, and $font_size is how big it will be. $font_face controls the font # that is used by the poll. $table_width controls how wide your poll will # be (I recommend keeping the default values as given for $font_size and # $table_width). $top_color = "#33ccff"; $font_face="Arial,Helvetica"; $bot_color = "#ffffff"; $font_color = "#000000"; $font_size = "-2"; $table_width = "142"; # This variable is the question you are asking in your quiz. $question = "One set of real Daytons or 4 sets of China wheels?"; # @choices represents the possible answers people can give. It should # be formatted as shown. @choices = ("Daytons are worth the cost","The cheap brands will do"); # If $graphical is set to 1, a 'bar graph' of sorts will be printed along # side percentages when the results are shown (set it to 0 to report only # percentages). If used, $gr_file is the URL to call the "dot" that is # used to create the bars (feel free to replace the default purple one). # $gr_height is the height in pixels the bar should be, and $gr_scale helps # control the width (when set to 1, an answer with 25% of the vote would # have a bar 25 pixels wide; if set to 2, 25% would yield a 50 pixel bar # and so on). $graphical = 1; $gr_file = "https://www.layitlow.com/images/poll_dot.gif"; $gr_scale = 1; $gr_height = 10; # If you want the total number of votes received to be reported with the # results, set this to 1. Else, set it to 0. $report_total_votes = 1; # In order to keep people from voting repeatedly, a cached of the most # recent IPs that voted is kept. A value between 5 and 10 is recommended. $ips_cached = 9; # If your poll is working properly, leave this undefined. As a last # resort, if your poll consistently puts the results on a separate page, # define this as the URL of the page containing the poll. $panic_url = ""; # This variable, if set to 1, may help alleviate problems with browsers and # proxy servers caching your page and not displaying poll results. Do not # set this to 1 if you have multiple polls on the same page; weird # behavior will result if you do. Gary's note: Originally set to 0 $suppress_cache = 0; # This variable, if set to 1, adds a second button to the poll, which # allows the user to see the poll results without voting. $without_vote = 1; # Do Not Edit Below This &SurveySays; exit;

March 2003
#!/usr/bin/perl ####################################################################### # SurveySays Version 1.11 # # Copyright 1998 by Matt Riffle All Rights Reserved. # # Initial Full Release: 7/4/98 This Release: 2/20/99 # # pingPackets Script Archive http://www.pingpackets.com/ # ####################################################################### # This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or # # modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License # # as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 # # of the License, or (at your option) any later version. # # # # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the # # GNU General Public License for more details. It is included in # # this distribution in the file "license.txt". # # # # You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License # # along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software # # Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA # # 02111-1307, USA. # ####################################################################### # This is the "stub file" that contains all the configuration variables # needed to customize a quiz. You will need one of these for each quiz # you create -- they'll each call the main file surveysays.pl to do the # processing. # This uses the full path to the surveysays.pl script that came with the # distribution. require "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/surveysays.cgi"; # This is the path to the data file the script will use to store results. # The script must either have permissions to write to the directory the # file will be stored in (and it will create the file itself on first run), # or you can create the file yourself (as a 0-byte file), and just give # the script permission to write to the file. $datafile = "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/2003-03.txt"; # If your system can use "flock" for file-locking, leave this variable set # to 1. If not, set it to 0. (If you aren't sure, try 1 first and switch # to 0 if the script fails.) $file_lock = 1; # This is the URL needed to call the script directly. $script_url = "https://www.layitlow.com/cgi-bin/surveysays/2003-03.cgi"; # This is the "name" of your quiz. It should only be a few words long. $quiz_name = "Quick Poll"; # These variables control the look of your poll. $top_color is the color # at the top of the poll, where the $quiz_name will be. $bot_color is the # color of the bottom of the poll. $font_color is the color the text will # be, and $font_size is how big it will be. $font_face controls the font # that is used by the poll. $table_width controls how wide your poll will # be (I recommend keeping the default values as given for $font_size and # $table_width). $top_color = "#33ccff"; $font_face="Arial,Helvetica"; $bot_color = "#ffffff"; $font_color = "#000000"; $font_size = "-2"; $table_width = "142"; # This variable is the question you are asking in your quiz. $question = "Are you religous?"; # @choices represents the possible answers people can give. It should # be formatted as shown. @choices = ("Of course, my ride is dedicated to the Almighty","Maybe not as much as I should be","What's a religous?"); # If $graphical is set to 1, a 'bar graph' of sorts will be printed along # side percentages when the results are shown (set it to 0 to report only # percentages). If used, $gr_file is the URL to call the "dot" that is # used to create the bars (feel free to replace the default purple one). # $gr_height is the height in pixels the bar should be, and $gr_scale helps # control the width (when set to 1, an answer with 25% of the vote would # have a bar 25 pixels wide; if set to 2, 25% would yield a 50 pixel bar # and so on). $graphical = 1; $gr_file = "https://www.layitlow.com/images/poll_dot.gif"; $gr_scale = 1; $gr_height = 10; # If you want the total number of votes received to be reported with the # results, set this to 1. Else, set it to 0. $report_total_votes = 1; # In order to keep people from voting repeatedly, a cached of the most # recent IPs that voted is kept. A value between 5 and 10 is recommended. $ips_cached = 9; # If your poll is working properly, leave this undefined. As a last # resort, if your poll consistently puts the results on a separate page, # define this as the URL of the page containing the poll. $panic_url = ""; # This variable, if set to 1, may help alleviate problems with browsers and # proxy servers caching your page and not displaying poll results. Do not # set this to 1 if you have multiple polls on the same page; weird # behavior will result if you do. Gary's note: Originally set to 0 $suppress_cache = 0; # This variable, if set to 1, adds a second button to the poll, which # allows the user to see the poll results without voting. $without_vote = 1; # Do Not Edit Below This &SurveySays; exit;
February 2003
#!/usr/bin/perl ####################################################################### # SurveySays Version 1.11 # # Copyright 1998 by Matt Riffle All Rights Reserved. # # Initial Full Release: 7/4/98 This Release: 2/20/99 # # pingPackets Script Archive http://www.pingpackets.com/ # ####################################################################### # This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or # # modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License # # as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 # # of the License, or (at your option) any later version. # # # # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the # # GNU General Public License for more details. It is included in # # this distribution in the file "license.txt". # # # # You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License # # along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software # # Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA # # 02111-1307, USA. # ####################################################################### # This is the "stub file" that contains all the configuration variables # needed to customize a quiz. You will need one of these for each quiz # you create -- they'll each call the main file surveysays.pl to do the # processing. # This uses the full path to the surveysays.pl script that came with the # distribution. require "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/surveysays.cgi"; # This is the path to the data file the script will use to store results. # The script must either have permissions to write to the directory the # file will be stored in (and it will create the file itself on first run), # or you can create the file yourself (as a 0-byte file), and just give # the script permission to write to the file. $datafile = "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/2003-02.txt"; # If your system can use "flock" for file-locking, leave this variable set # to 1. If not, set it to 0. (If you aren't sure, try 1 first and switch # to 0 if the script fails.) $file_lock = 1; # This is the URL needed to call the script directly. $script_url = "https://www.layitlow.com/cgi-bin/surveysays/2003-02.cgi"; # This is the "name" of your quiz. It should only be a few words long. $quiz_name = "Quick Poll"; # These variables control the look of your poll. $top_color is the color # at the top of the poll, where the $quiz_name will be. $bot_color is the # color of the bottom of the poll. $font_color is the color the text will # be, and $font_size is how big it will be. $font_face controls the font # that is used by the poll. $table_width controls how wide your poll will # be (I recommend keeping the default values as given for $font_size and # $table_width). $top_color = "#33ccff"; $font_face="Arial,Helvetica"; $bot_color = "#ffffff"; $font_color = "#000000"; $font_size = "-2"; $table_width = "142"; # This variable is the question you are asking in your quiz. $question = "Where's the best place to start when building a lowrider?"; # @choices represents the possible answers people can give. It should # be formatted as shown. @choices = ("Wheels","Paint","Suspension", "Interior"); # If $graphical is set to 1, a 'bar graph' of sorts will be printed along # side percentages when the results are shown (set it to 0 to report only # percentages). If used, $gr_file is the URL to call the "dot" that is # used to create the bars (feel free to replace the default purple one). # $gr_height is the height in pixels the bar should be, and $gr_scale helps # control the width (when set to 1, an answer with 25% of the vote would # have a bar 25 pixels wide; if set to 2, 25% would yield a 50 pixel bar # and so on). $graphical = 1; $gr_file = "https://www.layitlow.com/images/poll_dot.gif"; $gr_scale = 1; $gr_height = 10; # If you want the total number of votes received to be reported with the # results, set this to 1. Else, set it to 0. $report_total_votes = 1; # In order to keep people from voting repeatedly, a cached of the most # recent IPs that voted is kept. A value between 5 and 10 is recommended. $ips_cached = 9; # If your poll is working properly, leave this undefined. As a last # resort, if your poll consistently puts the results on a separate page, # define this as the URL of the page containing the poll. $panic_url = ""; # This variable, if set to 1, may help alleviate problems with browsers and # proxy servers caching your page and not displaying poll results. Do not # set this to 1 if you have multiple polls on the same page; weird # behavior will result if you do. Gary's note: Originally set to 0 $suppress_cache = 0; # This variable, if set to 1, adds a second button to the poll, which # allows the user to see the poll results without voting. $without_vote = 1; # Do Not Edit Below This &SurveySays; exit;
January 2003
#!/usr/bin/perl ####################################################################### # SurveySays Version 1.11 # # Copyright 1998 by Matt Riffle All Rights Reserved. # # Initial Full Release: 7/4/98 This Release: 2/20/99 # # pingPackets Script Archive http://www.pingpackets.com/ # ####################################################################### # This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or # # modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License # # as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 # # of the License, or (at your option) any later version. # # # # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the # # GNU General Public License for more details. It is included in # # this distribution in the file "license.txt". # # # # You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License # # along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software # # Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA # # 02111-1307, USA. # ####################################################################### # This is the "stub file" that contains all the configuration variables # needed to customize a quiz. You will need one of these for each quiz # you create -- they'll each call the main file surveysays.pl to do the # processing. # This uses the full path to the surveysays.pl script that came with the # distribution. require "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/surveysays.cgi"; # This is the path to the data file the script will use to store results. # The script must either have permissions to write to the directory the # file will be stored in (and it will create the file itself on first run), # or you can create the file yourself (as a 0-byte file), and just give # the script permission to write to the file. $datafile = "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/2003-01.txt"; # If your system can use "flock" for file-locking, leave this variable set # to 1. If not, set it to 0. (If you aren't sure, try 1 first and switch # to 0 if the script fails.) $file_lock = 1; # This is the URL needed to call the script directly. $script_url = "https://www.layitlow.com/cgi-bin/surveysays/2003-01.cgi"; # This is the "name" of your quiz. It should only be a few words long. $quiz_name = "Quick Poll"; # These variables control the look of your poll. $top_color is the color # at the top of the poll, where the $quiz_name will be. $bot_color is the # color of the bottom of the poll. $font_color is the color the text will # be, and $font_size is how big it will be. $font_face controls the font # that is used by the poll. $table_width controls how wide your poll will # be (I recommend keeping the default values as given for $font_size and # $table_width). $top_color = "#33ccff"; $font_face="Arial,Helvetica"; $bot_color = "#ffffff"; $font_color = "#000000"; $font_size = "-2"; $table_width = "142"; # This variable is the question you are asking in your quiz. $question = "What's your favorite type of lowrider?"; # @choices represents the possible answers people can give. It should # be formatted as shown. @choices = ("Street Ride","Hopper","Full Show Car", "Everything"); # If $graphical is set to 1, a 'bar graph' of sorts will be printed along # side percentages when the results are shown (set it to 0 to report only # percentages). If used, $gr_file is the URL to call the "dot" that is # used to create the bars (feel free to replace the default purple one). # $gr_height is the height in pixels the bar should be, and $gr_scale helps # control the width (when set to 1, an answer with 25% of the vote would # have a bar 25 pixels wide; if set to 2, 25% would yield a 50 pixel bar # and so on). $graphical = 1; $gr_file = "https://www.layitlow.com/images/poll_dot.gif"; $gr_scale = 1; $gr_height = 10; # If you want the total number of votes received to be reported with the # results, set this to 1. Else, set it to 0. $report_total_votes = 1; # In order to keep people from voting repeatedly, a cached of the most # recent IPs that voted is kept. A value between 5 and 10 is recommended. $ips_cached = 9; # If your poll is working properly, leave this undefined. As a last # resort, if your poll consistently puts the results on a separate page, # define this as the URL of the page containing the poll. $panic_url = ""; # This variable, if set to 1, may help alleviate problems with browsers and # proxy servers caching your page and not displaying poll results. Do not # set this to 1 if you have multiple polls on the same page; weird # behavior will result if you do. Gary's note: Originally set to 0 $suppress_cache = 0; # This variable, if set to 1, adds a second button to the poll, which # allows the user to see the poll results without voting. $without_vote = 1; # Do Not Edit Below This &SurveySays; exit;
December 2002
#!/usr/bin/perl ####################################################################### # SurveySays Version 1.11 # # Copyright 1998 by Matt Riffle All Rights Reserved. # # Initial Full Release: 7/4/98 This Release: 2/20/99 # # pingPackets Script Archive http://www.pingpackets.com/ # ####################################################################### # This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or # # modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License # # as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 # # of the License, or (at your option) any later version. # # # # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the # # GNU General Public License for more details. It is included in # # this distribution in the file "license.txt". # # # # You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License # # along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software # # Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA # # 02111-1307, USA. # ####################################################################### # This is the "stub file" that contains all the configuration variables # needed to customize a quiz. You will need one of these for each quiz # you create -- they'll each call the main file surveysays.pl to do the # processing. # This uses the full path to the surveysays.pl script that came with the # distribution. require "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/surveysays.cgi"; # This is the path to the data file the script will use to store results. # The script must either have permissions to write to the directory the # file will be stored in (and it will create the file itself on first run), # or you can create the file yourself (as a 0-byte file), and just give # the script permission to write to the file. $datafile = "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/2002-12.txt"; # If your system can use "flock" for file-locking, leave this variable set # to 1. If not, set it to 0. (If you aren't sure, try 1 first and switch # to 0 if the script fails.) $file_lock = 1; # This is the URL needed to call the script directly. $script_url = "https://www.layitlow.com/cgi-bin/surveysays/2002-12.cgi"; # This is the "name" of your quiz. It should only be a few words long. $quiz_name = "Quick Poll"; # These variables control the look of your poll. $top_color is the color # at the top of the poll, where the $quiz_name will be. $bot_color is the # color of the bottom of the poll. $font_color is the color the text will # be, and $font_size is how big it will be. $font_face controls the font # that is used by the poll. $table_width controls how wide your poll will # be (I recommend keeping the default values as given for $font_size and # $table_width). $top_color = "#33ccff"; $font_face="Arial,Helvetica"; $bot_color = "#ffffff"; $font_color = "#000000"; $font_size = "-2"; $table_width = "142"; # This variable is the question you are asking in your quiz. $question = "Which do you prefer?"; # @choices represents the possible answers people can give. It should # be formatted as shown. @choices = ("Car Club Affiliated","Solo Rider"); # If $graphical is set to 1, a 'bar graph' of sorts will be printed along # side percentages when the results are shown (set it to 0 to report only # percentages). If used, $gr_file is the URL to call the "dot" that is # used to create the bars (feel free to replace the default purple one). # $gr_height is the height in pixels the bar should be, and $gr_scale helps # control the width (when set to 1, an answer with 25% of the vote would # have a bar 25 pixels wide; if set to 2, 25% would yield a 50 pixel bar # and so on). $graphical = 1; $gr_file = "https://www.layitlow.com/images/poll_dot.gif"; $gr_scale = 1; $gr_height = 10; # If you want the total number of votes received to be reported with the # results, set this to 1. Else, set it to 0. $report_total_votes = 1; # In order to keep people from voting repeatedly, a cached of the most # recent IPs that voted is kept. A value between 5 and 10 is recommended. $ips_cached = 9; # If your poll is working properly, leave this undefined. As a last # resort, if your poll consistently puts the results on a separate page, # define this as the URL of the page containing the poll. $panic_url = ""; # This variable, if set to 1, may help alleviate problems with browsers and # proxy servers caching your page and not displaying poll results. Do not # set this to 1 if you have multiple polls on the same page; weird # behavior will result if you do. Gary's note: Originally set to 0 $suppress_cache = 0; # This variable, if set to 1, adds a second button to the poll, which # allows the user to see the poll results without voting. $without_vote = 1; # Do Not Edit Below This &SurveySays; exit;

November 2002
#!/usr/bin/perl ####################################################################### # SurveySays Version 1.11 # # Copyright 1998 by Matt Riffle All Rights Reserved. # # Initial Full Release: 7/4/98 This Release: 2/20/99 # # pingPackets Script Archive http://www.pingpackets.com/ # ####################################################################### # This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or # # modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License # # as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 # # of the License, or (at your option) any later version. # # # # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the # # GNU General Public License for more details. It is included in # # this distribution in the file "license.txt". # # # # You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License # # along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software # # Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA # # 02111-1307, USA. # ####################################################################### # This is the "stub file" that contains all the configuration variables # needed to customize a quiz. You will need one of these for each quiz # you create -- they'll each call the main file surveysays.pl to do the # processing. # This uses the full path to the surveysays.pl script that came with the # distribution. require "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/surveysays.cgi"; # This is the path to the data file the script will use to store results. # The script must either have permissions to write to the directory the # file will be stored in (and it will create the file itself on first run), # or you can create the file yourself (as a 0-byte file), and just give # the script permission to write to the file. $datafile = "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/2002-11.txt"; # If your system can use "flock" for file-locking, leave this variable set # to 1. If not, set it to 0. (If you aren't sure, try 1 first and switch # to 0 if the script fails.) $file_lock = 1; # This is the URL needed to call the script directly. $script_url = "https://www.layitlow.com/cgi-bin/surveysays/2002-11.cgi"; # This is the "name" of your quiz. It should only be a few words long. $quiz_name = "Quick Poll"; # These variables control the look of your poll. $top_color is the color # at the top of the poll, where the $quiz_name will be. $bot_color is the # color of the bottom of the poll. $font_color is the color the text will # be, and $font_size is how big it will be. $font_face controls the font # that is used by the poll. $table_width controls how wide your poll will # be (I recommend keeping the default values as given for $font_size and # $table_width). $top_color = "#33ccff"; $font_face="Arial,Helvetica"; $bot_color = "#ffffff"; $font_color = "#000000"; $font_size = "-2"; $table_width = "142"; # This variable is the question you are asking in your quiz. $question = "What's the best part of lowriding?"; # @choices represents the possible answers people can give. It should # be formatted as shown. @choices = ("Working on the ride","Cruising the Boulevard","Going to car shows", "Hittin switches and hopping"); # If $graphical is set to 1, a 'bar graph' of sorts will be printed along # side percentages when the results are shown (set it to 0 to report only # percentages). If used, $gr_file is the URL to call the "dot" that is # used to create the bars (feel free to replace the default purple one). # $gr_height is the height in pixels the bar should be, and $gr_scale helps # control the width (when set to 1, an answer with 25% of the vote would # have a bar 25 pixels wide; if set to 2, 25% would yield a 50 pixel bar # and so on). $graphical = 1; $gr_file = "https://www.layitlow.com/images/poll_dot.gif"; $gr_scale = 1; $gr_height = 10; # If you want the total number of votes received to be reported with the # results, set this to 1. Else, set it to 0. $report_total_votes = 1; # In order to keep people from voting repeatedly, a cached of the most # recent IPs that voted is kept. A value between 5 and 10 is recommended. $ips_cached = 9; # If your poll is working properly, leave this undefined. As a last # resort, if your poll consistently puts the results on a separate page, # define this as the URL of the page containing the poll. $panic_url = ""; # This variable, if set to 1, may help alleviate problems with browsers and # proxy servers caching your page and not displaying poll results. Do not # set this to 1 if you have multiple polls on the same page; weird # behavior will result if you do. Gary's note: Originally set to 0 $suppress_cache = 0; # This variable, if set to 1, adds a second button to the poll, which # allows the user to see the poll results without voting. $without_vote = 1; # Do Not Edit Below This &SurveySays; exit;
October 2002
#!/usr/bin/perl ####################################################################### # SurveySays Version 1.11 # # Copyright 1998 by Matt Riffle All Rights Reserved. # # Initial Full Release: 7/4/98 This Release: 2/20/99 # # pingPackets Script Archive http://www.pingpackets.com/ # ####################################################################### # This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or # # modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License # # as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 # # of the License, or (at your option) any later version. # # # # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the # # GNU General Public License for more details. It is included in # # this distribution in the file "license.txt". # # # # You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License # # along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software # # Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA # # 02111-1307, USA. # ####################################################################### # This is the "stub file" that contains all the configuration variables # needed to customize a quiz. You will need one of these for each quiz # you create -- they'll each call the main file surveysays.pl to do the # processing. # This uses the full path to the surveysays.pl script that came with the # distribution. require "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/surveysays.cgi"; # This is the path to the data file the script will use to store results. # The script must either have permissions to write to the directory the # file will be stored in (and it will create the file itself on first run), # or you can create the file yourself (as a 0-byte file), and just give # the script permission to write to the file. $datafile = "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/2002-10.txt"; # If your system can use "flock" for file-locking, leave this variable set # to 1. If not, set it to 0. (If you aren't sure, try 1 first and switch # to 0 if the script fails.) $file_lock = 1; # This is the URL needed to call the script directly. $script_url = "https://www.layitlow.com/cgi-bin/surveysays/2002-10.cgi"; # This is the "name" of your quiz. It should only be a few words long. $quiz_name = "Quick Poll"; # These variables control the look of your poll. $top_color is the color # at the top of the poll, where the $quiz_name will be. $bot_color is the # color of the bottom of the poll. $font_color is the color the text will # be, and $font_size is how big it will be. $font_face controls the font # that is used by the poll. $table_width controls how wide your poll will # be (I recommend keeping the default values as given for $font_size and # $table_width). $top_color = "#33ccff"; $font_face="Arial,Helvetica"; $bot_color = "#ffffff"; $font_color = "#000000"; $font_size = "-2"; $table_width = "142"; # This variable is the question you are asking in your quiz. $question = "Taking all factors into account (price, value, performance), which dump is the best choice?"; # @choices represents the possible answers people can give. It should # be formatted as shown. @choices = ("Adel","Adex","Delta", "Italian", "Waterman", "Other"); # If $graphical is set to 1, a 'bar graph' of sorts will be printed along # side percentages when the results are shown (set it to 0 to report only # percentages). If used, $gr_file is the URL to call the "dot" that is # used to create the bars (feel free to replace the default purple one). # $gr_height is the height in pixels the bar should be, and $gr_scale helps # control the width (when set to 1, an answer with 25% of the vote would # have a bar 25 pixels wide; if set to 2, 25% would yield a 50 pixel bar # and so on). $graphical = 1; $gr_file = "https://www.layitlow.com/images/poll_dot.gif"; $gr_scale = 1; $gr_height = 10; # If you want the total number of votes received to be reported with the # results, set this to 1. Else, set it to 0. $report_total_votes = 1; # In order to keep people from voting repeatedly, a cached of the most # recent IPs that voted is kept. A value between 5 and 10 is recommended. $ips_cached = 9; # If your poll is working properly, leave this undefined. As a last # resort, if your poll consistently puts the results on a separate page, # define this as the URL of the page containing the poll. $panic_url = ""; # This variable, if set to 1, may help alleviate problems with browsers and # proxy servers caching your page and not displaying poll results. Do not # set this to 1 if you have multiple polls on the same page; weird # behavior will result if you do. Gary's note: Originally set to 0 $suppress_cache = 0; # This variable, if set to 1, adds a second button to the poll, which # allows the user to see the poll results without voting. $without_vote = 1; # Do Not Edit Below This &SurveySays; exit;
September 2002
#!/usr/bin/perl ####################################################################### # SurveySays Version 1.11 # # Copyright 1998 by Matt Riffle All Rights Reserved. # # Initial Full Release: 7/4/98 This Release: 2/20/99 # # pingPackets Script Archive http://www.pingpackets.com/ # ####################################################################### # This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or # # modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License # # as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 # # of the License, or (at your option) any later version. # # # # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the # # GNU General Public License for more details. It is included in # # this distribution in the file "license.txt". # # # # You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License # # along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software # # Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA # # 02111-1307, USA. # ####################################################################### # This is the "stub file" that contains all the configuration variables # needed to customize a quiz. You will need one of these for each quiz # you create -- they'll each call the main file surveysays.pl to do the # processing. # This uses the full path to the surveysays.pl script that came with the # distribution. require "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/surveysays.cgi"; # This is the path to the data file the script will use to store results. # The script must either have permissions to write to the directory the # file will be stored in (and it will create the file itself on first run), # or you can create the file yourself (as a 0-byte file), and just give # the script permission to write to the file. $datafile = "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/2002-09.txt"; # If your system can use "flock" for file-locking, leave this variable set # to 1. If not, set it to 0. (If you aren't sure, try 1 first and switch # to 0 if the script fails.) $file_lock = 1; # This is the URL needed to call the script directly. $script_url = "https://www.layitlow.com/cgi-bin/surveysays/2002-09.cgi"; # This is the "name" of your quiz. It should only be a few words long. $quiz_name = "Quick Poll"; # These variables control the look of your poll. $top_color is the color # at the top of the poll, where the $quiz_name will be. $bot_color is the # color of the bottom of the poll. $font_color is the color the text will # be, and $font_size is how big it will be. $font_face controls the font # that is used by the poll. $table_width controls how wide your poll will # be (I recommend keeping the default values as given for $font_size and # $table_width). $top_color = "#33ccff"; $font_face="Arial,Helvetica"; $bot_color = "#ffffff"; $font_color = "#000000"; $font_size = "-2"; $table_width = "142"; # This variable is the question you are asking in your quiz. $question = "Do you get pulled over more in your lowrider?"; # @choices represents the possible answers people can give. It should # be formatted as shown. @choices = ("Yes, and for no good reason.","Yes, but cops are just doing their job.","Not any more than usual.", "No, I never get bothered by police."); # If $graphical is set to 1, a 'bar graph' of sorts will be printed along # side percentages when the results are shown (set it to 0 to report only # percentages). If used, $gr_file is the URL to call the "dot" that is # used to create the bars (feel free to replace the default purple one). # $gr_height is the height in pixels the bar should be, and $gr_scale helps # control the width (when set to 1, an answer with 25% of the vote would # have a bar 25 pixels wide; if set to 2, 25% would yield a 50 pixel bar # and so on). $graphical = 1; $gr_file = "https://www.layitlow.com/images/poll_dot.gif"; $gr_scale = 1; $gr_height = 10; # If you want the total number of votes received to be reported with the # results, set this to 1. Else, set it to 0. $report_total_votes = 1; # In order to keep people from voting repeatedly, a cached of the most # recent IPs that voted is kept. A value between 5 and 10 is recommended. $ips_cached = 9; # If your poll is working properly, leave this undefined. As a last # resort, if your poll consistently puts the results on a separate page, # define this as the URL of the page containing the poll. $panic_url = ""; # This variable, if set to 1, may help alleviate problems with browsers and # proxy servers caching your page and not displaying poll results. Do not # set this to 1 if you have multiple polls on the same page; weird # behavior will result if you do. Gary's note: Originally set to 0 $suppress_cache = 0; # This variable, if set to 1, adds a second button to the poll, which # allows the user to see the poll results without voting. $without_vote = 1; # Do Not Edit Below This &SurveySays; exit;
August 2002
#!/usr/bin/perl ####################################################################### # SurveySays Version 1.11 # # Copyright 1998 by Matt Riffle All Rights Reserved. # # Initial Full Release: 7/4/98 This Release: 2/20/99 # # pingPackets Script Archive http://www.pingpackets.com/ # ####################################################################### # This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or # # modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License # # as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 # # of the License, or (at your option) any later version. # # # # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the # # GNU General Public License for more details. It is included in # # this distribution in the file "license.txt". # # # # You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License # # along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software # # Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA # # 02111-1307, USA. # ####################################################################### # This is the "stub file" that contains all the configuration variables # needed to customize a quiz. You will need one of these for each quiz # you create -- they'll each call the main file surveysays.pl to do the # processing. # This uses the full path to the surveysays.pl script that came with the # distribution. require "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/surveysays.cgi"; # This is the path to the data file the script will use to store results. # The script must either have permissions to write to the directory the # file will be stored in (and it will create the file itself on first run), # or you can create the file yourself (as a 0-byte file), and just give # the script permission to write to the file. $datafile = "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/2002-08.txt"; # If your system can use "flock" for file-locking, leave this variable set # to 1. If not, set it to 0. (If you aren't sure, try 1 first and switch # to 0 if the script fails.) $file_lock = 1; # This is the URL needed to call the script directly. $script_url = "https://www.layitlow.com/cgi-bin/surveysays/2002-08.cgi"; # This is the "name" of your quiz. It should only be a few words long. $quiz_name = "Quick Poll"; # These variables control the look of your poll. $top_color is the color # at the top of the poll, where the $quiz_name will be. $bot_color is the # color of the bottom of the poll. $font_color is the color the text will # be, and $font_size is how big it will be. $font_face controls the font # that is used by the poll. $table_width controls how wide your poll will # be (I recommend keeping the default values as given for $font_size and # $table_width). $top_color = "#33ccff"; $font_face="Arial,Helvetica"; $bot_color = "#ffffff"; $font_color = "#000000"; $font_size = "-2"; $table_width = "142"; # This variable is the question you are asking in your quiz. $question = "What part of the country do you roll from?"; # @choices represents the possible answers people can give. It should # be formatted as shown. @choices = ("West Coast","East Coast","Central U.S.", "Outside the U.S."); # If $graphical is set to 1, a 'bar graph' of sorts will be printed along # side percentages when the results are shown (set it to 0 to report only # percentages). If used, $gr_file is the URL to call the "dot" that is # used to create the bars (feel free to replace the default purple one). # $gr_height is the height in pixels the bar should be, and $gr_scale helps # control the width (when set to 1, an answer with 25% of the vote would # have a bar 25 pixels wide; if set to 2, 25% would yield a 50 pixel bar # and so on). $graphical = 1; $gr_file = "https://www.layitlow.com/images/poll_dot.gif"; $gr_scale = 1; $gr_height = 10; # If you want the total number of votes received to be reported with the # results, set this to 1. Else, set it to 0. $report_total_votes = 1; # In order to keep people from voting repeatedly, a cached of the most # recent IPs that voted is kept. A value between 5 and 10 is recommended. $ips_cached = 9; # If your poll is working properly, leave this undefined. As a last # resort, if your poll consistently puts the results on a separate page, # define this as the URL of the page containing the poll. $panic_url = ""; # This variable, if set to 1, may help alleviate problems with browsers and # proxy servers caching your page and not displaying poll results. Do not # set this to 1 if you have multiple polls on the same page; weird # behavior will result if you do. Gary's note: Originally set to 0 $suppress_cache = 0; # This variable, if set to 1, adds a second button to the poll, which # allows the user to see the poll results without voting. $without_vote = 1; # Do Not Edit Below This &SurveySays; exit;

July 2002
#!/usr/bin/perl ####################################################################### # SurveySays Version 1.11 # # Copyright 1998 by Matt Riffle All Rights Reserved. # # Initial Full Release: 7/4/98 This Release: 2/20/99 # # pingPackets Script Archive http://www.pingpackets.com/ # ####################################################################### # This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or # # modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License # # as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 # # of the License, or (at your option) any later version. # # # # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the # # GNU General Public License for more details. It is included in # # this distribution in the file "license.txt". # # # # You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License # # along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software # # Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA # # 02111-1307, USA. # ####################################################################### # This is the "stub file" that contains all the configuration variables # needed to customize a quiz. You will need one of these for each quiz # you create -- they'll each call the main file surveysays.pl to do the # processing. # This uses the full path to the surveysays.pl script that came with the # distribution. require "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/surveysays.cgi"; # This is the path to the data file the script will use to store results. # The script must either have permissions to write to the directory the # file will be stored in (and it will create the file itself on first run), # or you can create the file yourself (as a 0-byte file), and just give # the script permission to write to the file. $datafile = "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/2002-07.txt"; # If your system can use "flock" for file-locking, leave this variable set # to 1. If not, set it to 0. (If you aren't sure, try 1 first and switch # to 0 if the script fails.) $file_lock = 1; # This is the URL needed to call the script directly. $script_url = "https://www.layitlow.com/cgi-bin/surveysays/2002-07.cgi"; # This is the "name" of your quiz. It should only be a few words long. $quiz_name = "Quick Poll"; # These variables control the look of your poll. $top_color is the color # at the top of the poll, where the $quiz_name will be. $bot_color is the # color of the bottom of the poll. $font_color is the color the text will # be, and $font_size is how big it will be. $font_face controls the font # that is used by the poll. $table_width controls how wide your poll will # be (I recommend keeping the default values as given for $font_size and # $table_width). $top_color = "#33ccff"; $font_face="Arial,Helvetica"; $bot_color = "#ffffff"; $font_color = "#000000"; $font_size = "-2"; $table_width = "142"; # This variable is the question you are asking in your quiz. $question = "How do you lowride?"; # @choices represents the possible answers people can give. It should # be formatted as shown. @choices = ("Traditional","New Style","However I want"); # If $graphical is set to 1, a 'bar graph' of sorts will be printed along # side percentages when the results are shown (set it to 0 to report only # percentages). If used, $gr_file is the URL to call the "dot" that is # used to create the bars (feel free to replace the default purple one). # $gr_height is the height in pixels the bar should be, and $gr_scale helps # control the width (when set to 1, an answer with 25% of the vote would # have a bar 25 pixels wide; if set to 2, 25% would yield a 50 pixel bar # and so on). $graphical = 1; $gr_file = "https://www.layitlow.com/images/poll_dot.gif"; $gr_scale = 1; $gr_height = 10; # If you want the total number of votes received to be reported with the # results, set this to 1. Else, set it to 0. $report_total_votes = 1; # In order to keep people from voting repeatedly, a cached of the most # recent IPs that voted is kept. A value between 5 and 10 is recommended. $ips_cached = 9; # If your poll is working properly, leave this undefined. As a last # resort, if your poll consistently puts the results on a separate page, # define this as the URL of the page containing the poll. $panic_url = ""; # This variable, if set to 1, may help alleviate problems with browsers and # proxy servers caching your page and not displaying poll results. Do not # set this to 1 if you have multiple polls on the same page; weird # behavior will result if you do. Gary's note: Originally set to 0 $suppress_cache = 0; # This variable, if set to 1, adds a second button to the poll, which # allows the user to see the poll results without voting. $without_vote = 1; # Do Not Edit Below This &SurveySays; exit;
June 2002
#!/usr/bin/perl ####################################################################### # SurveySays Version 1.11 # # Copyright 1998 by Matt Riffle All Rights Reserved. # # Initial Full Release: 7/4/98 This Release: 2/20/99 # # pingPackets Script Archive http://www.pingpackets.com/ # ####################################################################### # This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or # # modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License # # as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 # # of the License, or (at your option) any later version. # # # # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the # # GNU General Public License for more details. It is included in # # this distribution in the file "license.txt". # # # # You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License # # along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software # # Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA # # 02111-1307, USA. # ####################################################################### # This is the "stub file" that contains all the configuration variables # needed to customize a quiz. You will need one of these for each quiz # you create -- they'll each call the main file surveysays.pl to do the # processing. # This uses the full path to the surveysays.pl script that came with the # distribution. require "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/surveysays.cgi"; # This is the path to the data file the script will use to store results. # The script must either have permissions to write to the directory the # file will be stored in (and it will create the file itself on first run), # or you can create the file yourself (as a 0-byte file), and just give # the script permission to write to the file. $datafile = "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/2002-06.txt"; # If your system can use "flock" for file-locking, leave this variable set # to 1. If not, set it to 0. (If you aren't sure, try 1 first and switch # to 0 if the script fails.) $file_lock = 1; # This is the URL needed to call the script directly. $script_url = "https://www.layitlow.com/cgi-bin/surveysays/2002-06.cgi"; # This is the "name" of your quiz. It should only be a few words long. $quiz_name = "Quick Poll"; # These variables control the look of your poll. $top_color is the color # at the top of the poll, where the $quiz_name will be. $bot_color is the # color of the bottom of the poll. $font_color is the color the text will # be, and $font_size is how big it will be. $font_face controls the font # that is used by the poll. $table_width controls how wide your poll will # be (I recommend keeping the default values as given for $font_size and # $table_width). $top_color = "#33ccff"; $font_face="Arial,Helvetica"; $bot_color = "#ffffff"; $font_color = "#000000"; $font_size = "-2"; $table_width = "142"; # This variable is the question you are asking in your quiz. $question = "Chrome or Gold?"; # @choices represents the possible answers people can give. It should # be formatted as shown. @choices = ("Chrome","Gold","Combination"); # If $graphical is set to 1, a 'bar graph' of sorts will be printed along # side percentages when the results are shown (set it to 0 to report only # percentages). If used, $gr_file is the URL to call the "dot" that is # used to create the bars (feel free to replace the default purple one). # $gr_height is the height in pixels the bar should be, and $gr_scale helps # control the width (when set to 1, an answer with 25% of the vote would # have a bar 25 pixels wide; if set to 2, 25% would yield a 50 pixel bar # and so on). $graphical = 1; $gr_file = "https://www.layitlow.com/images/poll_dot.gif"; $gr_scale = 1; $gr_height = 10; # If you want the total number of votes received to be reported with the # results, set this to 1. Else, set it to 0. $report_total_votes = 1; # In order to keep people from voting repeatedly, a cached of the most # recent IPs that voted is kept. A value between 5 and 10 is recommended. $ips_cached = 9; # If your poll is working properly, leave this undefined. As a last # resort, if your poll consistently puts the results on a separate page, # define this as the URL of the page containing the poll. $panic_url = ""; # This variable, if set to 1, may help alleviate problems with browsers and # proxy servers caching your page and not displaying poll results. Do not # set this to 1 if you have multiple polls on the same page; weird # behavior will result if you do. Gary's note: Originally set to 0 $suppress_cache = 0; # This variable, if set to 1, adds a second button to the poll, which # allows the user to see the poll results without voting. $without_vote = 1; # Do Not Edit Below This &SurveySays; exit;
May 2002
#!/usr/bin/perl ####################################################################### # SurveySays Version 1.11 # # Copyright 1998 by Matt Riffle All Rights Reserved. # # Initial Full Release: 7/4/98 This Release: 2/20/99 # # pingPackets Script Archive http://www.pingpackets.com/ # ####################################################################### # This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or # # modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License # # as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 # # of the License, or (at your option) any later version. # # # # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the # # GNU General Public License for more details. It is included in # # this distribution in the file "license.txt". # # # # You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License # # along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software # # Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA # # 02111-1307, USA. # ####################################################################### # This is the "stub file" that contains all the configuration variables # needed to customize a quiz. You will need one of these for each quiz # you create -- they'll each call the main file surveysays.pl to do the # processing. # This uses the full path to the surveysays.pl script that came with the # distribution. require "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/surveysays.cgi"; # This is the path to the data file the script will use to store results. # The script must either have permissions to write to the directory the # file will be stored in (and it will create the file itself on first run), # or you can create the file yourself (as a 0-byte file), and just give # the script permission to write to the file. $datafile = "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/2002-05.txt"; # If your system can use "flock" for file-locking, leave this variable set # to 1. If not, set it to 0. (If you aren't sure, try 1 first and switch # to 0 if the script fails.) $file_lock = 1; # This is the URL needed to call the script directly. $script_url = "https://www.layitlow.com/cgi-bin/surveysays/2002-05.cgi"; # This is the "name" of your quiz. It should only be a few words long. $quiz_name = "Quick Poll"; # These variables control the look of your poll. $top_color is the color # at the top of the poll, where the $quiz_name will be. $bot_color is the # color of the bottom of the poll. $font_color is the color the text will # be, and $font_size is how big it will be. $font_face controls the font # that is used by the poll. $table_width controls how wide your poll will # be (I recommend keeping the default values as given for $font_size and # $table_width). $top_color = "#33ccff"; $font_face="Arial,Helvetica"; $bot_color = "#ffffff"; $font_color = "#000000"; $font_size = "-2"; $table_width = "142"; # This variable is the question you are asking in your quiz. $question = "Are you boycotting LRM/GoLo shows?"; # @choices represents the possible answers people can give. It should # be formatted as shown. @choices = ("Yes","No","Undecided","Never went anyways"); # If $graphical is set to 1, a 'bar graph' of sorts will be printed along # side percentages when the results are shown (set it to 0 to report only # percentages). If used, $gr_file is the URL to call the "dot" that is # used to create the bars (feel free to replace the default purple one). # $gr_height is the height in pixels the bar should be, and $gr_scale helps # control the width (when set to 1, an answer with 25% of the vote would # have a bar 25 pixels wide; if set to 2, 25% would yield a 50 pixel bar # and so on). $graphical = 1; $gr_file = "https://www.layitlow.com/images/poll_dot.gif"; $gr_scale = 1; $gr_height = 10; # If you want the total number of votes received to be reported with the # results, set this to 1. Else, set it to 0. $report_total_votes = 1; # In order to keep people from voting repeatedly, a cached of the most # recent IPs that voted is kept. A value between 5 and 10 is recommended. $ips_cached = 9; # If your poll is working properly, leave this undefined. As a last # resort, if your poll consistently puts the results on a separate page, # define this as the URL of the page containing the poll. $panic_url = ""; # This variable, if set to 1, may help alleviate problems with browsers and # proxy servers caching your page and not displaying poll results. Do not # set this to 1 if you have multiple polls on the same page; weird # behavior will result if you do. Gary's note: Originally set to 0 $suppress_cache = 0; # This variable, if set to 1, adds a second button to the poll, which # allows the user to see the poll results without voting. $without_vote = 1; # Do Not Edit Below This &SurveySays; exit;
April 2002
#!/usr/bin/perl ####################################################################### # SurveySays Version 1.11 # # Copyright 1998 by Matt Riffle All Rights Reserved. # # Initial Full Release: 7/4/98 This Release: 2/20/99 # # pingPackets Script Archive http://www.pingpackets.com/ # ####################################################################### # This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or # # modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License # # as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 # # of the License, or (at your option) any later version. # # # # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the # # GNU General Public License for more details. It is included in # # this distribution in the file "license.txt". # # # # You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License # # along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software # # Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA # # 02111-1307, USA. # ####################################################################### # This is the "stub file" that contains all the configuration variables # needed to customize a quiz. You will need one of these for each quiz # you create -- they'll each call the main file surveysays.pl to do the # processing. # This uses the full path to the surveysays.pl script that came with the # distribution. require "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/surveysays.cgi"; # This is the path to the data file the script will use to store results. # The script must either have permissions to write to the directory the # file will be stored in (and it will create the file itself on first run), # or you can create the file yourself (as a 0-byte file), and just give # the script permission to write to the file. $datafile = "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/2002-04.txt"; # If your system can use "flock" for file-locking, leave this variable set # to 1. If not, set it to 0. (If you aren't sure, try 1 first and switch # to 0 if the script fails.) $file_lock = 1; # This is the URL needed to call the script directly. $script_url = "https://www.layitlow.com/cgi-bin/surveysays/2002-04.cgi"; # This is the "name" of your quiz. It should only be a few words long. $quiz_name = "Quick Poll"; # These variables control the look of your poll. $top_color is the color # at the top of the poll, where the $quiz_name will be. $bot_color is the # color of the bottom of the poll. $font_color is the color the text will # be, and $font_size is how big it will be. $font_face controls the font # that is used by the poll. $table_width controls how wide your poll will # be (I recommend keeping the default values as given for $font_size and # $table_width). $top_color = "#33ccff"; $font_face="Arial,Helvetica"; $bot_color = "#ffffff"; $font_color = "#000000"; $font_size = "-2"; $table_width = "142"; # This variable is the question you are asking in your quiz. $question = "Which magazine has the most to offer?"; # @choices represents the possible answers people can give. It should # be formatted as shown. @choices = ("Lowrider Magazine","Street Customs","Street Low","Orlies Lowriding"); # If $graphical is set to 1, a 'bar graph' of sorts will be printed along # side percentages when the results are shown (set it to 0 to report only # percentages). If used, $gr_file is the URL to call the "dot" that is # used to create the bars (feel free to replace the default purple one). # $gr_height is the height in pixels the bar should be, and $gr_scale helps # control the width (when set to 1, an answer with 25% of the vote would # have a bar 25 pixels wide; if set to 2, 25% would yield a 50 pixel bar # and so on). $graphical = 1; $gr_file = "https://www.layitlow.com/images/poll_dot.gif"; $gr_scale = 1; $gr_height = 10; # If you want the total number of votes received to be reported with the # results, set this to 1. Else, set it to 0. $report_total_votes = 1; # In order to keep people from voting repeatedly, a cached of the most # recent IPs that voted is kept. A value between 5 and 10 is recommended. $ips_cached = 9; # If your poll is working properly, leave this undefined. As a last # resort, if your poll consistently puts the results on a separate page, # define this as the URL of the page containing the poll. $panic_url = ""; # This variable, if set to 1, may help alleviate problems with browsers and # proxy servers caching your page and not displaying poll results. Do not # set this to 1 if you have multiple polls on the same page; weird # behavior will result if you do. Gary's note: Originally set to 0 $suppress_cache = 0; # This variable, if set to 1, adds a second button to the poll, which # allows the user to see the poll results without voting. $without_vote = 1; # Do Not Edit Below This &SurveySays; exit;

March 2002
#!/usr/bin/perl ####################################################################### # SurveySays Version 1.11 # # Copyright 1998 by Matt Riffle All Rights Reserved. # # Initial Full Release: 7/4/98 This Release: 2/20/99 # # pingPackets Script Archive http://www.pingpackets.com/ # ####################################################################### # This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or # # modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License # # as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 # # of the License, or (at your option) any later version. # # # # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the # # GNU General Public License for more details. It is included in # # this distribution in the file "license.txt". # # # # You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License # # along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software # # Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA # # 02111-1307, USA. # ####################################################################### # This is the "stub file" that contains all the configuration variables # needed to customize a quiz. You will need one of these for each quiz # you create -- they'll each call the main file surveysays.pl to do the # processing. # This uses the full path to the surveysays.pl script that came with the # distribution. require "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/surveysays.cgi"; # This is the path to the data file the script will use to store results. # The script must either have permissions to write to the directory the # file will be stored in (and it will create the file itself on first run), # or you can create the file yourself (as a 0-byte file), and just give # the script permission to write to the file. $datafile = "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/2002-03.txt"; # If your system can use "flock" for file-locking, leave this variable set # to 1. If not, set it to 0. (If you aren't sure, try 1 first and switch # to 0 if the script fails.) $file_lock = 1; # This is the URL needed to call the script directly. $script_url = "https://www.layitlow.com/cgi-bin/surveysays/2002-03.cgi"; # This is the "name" of your quiz. It should only be a few words long. $quiz_name = "Quick Poll"; # These variables control the look of your poll. $top_color is the color # at the top of the poll, where the $quiz_name will be. $bot_color is the # color of the bottom of the poll. $font_color is the color the text will # be, and $font_size is how big it will be. $font_face controls the font # that is used by the poll. $table_width controls how wide your poll will # be (I recommend keeping the default values as given for $font_size and # $table_width). $top_color = "#33ccff"; $font_face="Arial,Helvetica"; $bot_color = "#ffffff"; $font_color = "#000000"; $font_size = "-2"; $table_width = "142"; # This variable is the question you are asking in your quiz. $question = "Has LRM lost touch with lowriders?"; # @choices represents the possible answers people can give. It should # be formatted as shown. @choices = ("Yes, LRM sold out long ago.","Not yet, but getting closer.","No, they are still the best mag.","Huh? What's LRM?"); # If $graphical is set to 1, a 'bar graph' of sorts will be printed along # side percentages when the results are shown (set it to 0 to report only # percentages). If used, $gr_file is the URL to call the "dot" that is # used to create the bars (feel free to replace the default purple one). # $gr_height is the height in pixels the bar should be, and $gr_scale helps # control the width (when set to 1, an answer with 25% of the vote would # have a bar 25 pixels wide; if set to 2, 25% would yield a 50 pixel bar # and so on). $graphical = 1; $gr_file = "https://www.layitlow.com/images/poll_dot.gif"; $gr_scale = 1; $gr_height = 10; # If you want the total number of votes received to be reported with the # results, set this to 1. Else, set it to 0. $report_total_votes = 1; # In order to keep people from voting repeatedly, a cached of the most # recent IPs that voted is kept. A value between 5 and 10 is recommended. $ips_cached = 9; # If your poll is working properly, leave this undefined. As a last # resort, if your poll consistently puts the results on a separate page, # define this as the URL of the page containing the poll. $panic_url = ""; # This variable, if set to 1, may help alleviate problems with browsers and # proxy servers caching your page and not displaying poll results. Do not # set this to 1 if you have multiple polls on the same page; weird # behavior will result if you do. Gary's note: Originally set to 0 $suppress_cache = 0; # This variable, if set to 1, adds a second button to the poll, which # allows the user to see the poll results without voting. $without_vote = 1; # Do Not Edit Below This &SurveySays; exit;
February 2002
#!/usr/bin/perl ####################################################################### # SurveySays Version 1.11 # # Copyright 1998 by Matt Riffle All Rights Reserved. # # Initial Full Release: 7/4/98 This Release: 2/20/99 # # pingPackets Script Archive http://www.pingpackets.com/ # ####################################################################### # This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or # # modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License # # as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 # # of the License, or (at your option) any later version. # # # # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the # # GNU General Public License for more details. It is included in # # this distribution in the file "license.txt". # # # # You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License # # along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software # # Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA # # 02111-1307, USA. # ####################################################################### # This is the "stub file" that contains all the configuration variables # needed to customize a quiz. You will need one of these for each quiz # you create -- they'll each call the main file surveysays.pl to do the # processing. # This uses the full path to the surveysays.pl script that came with the # distribution. require "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/surveysays.cgi"; # This is the path to the data file the script will use to store results. # The script must either have permissions to write to the directory the # file will be stored in (and it will create the file itself on first run), # or you can create the file yourself (as a 0-byte file), and just give # the script permission to write to the file. $datafile = "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/2002-02.txt"; # If your system can use "flock" for file-locking, leave this variable set # to 1. If not, set it to 0. (If you aren't sure, try 1 first and switch # to 0 if the script fails.) $file_lock = 1; # This is the URL needed to call the script directly. $script_url = "https://www.layitlow.com/cgi-bin/surveysays/2002-02.cgi"; # This is the "name" of your quiz. It should only be a few words long. $quiz_name = "Quick Poll"; # These variables control the look of your poll. $top_color is the color # at the top of the poll, where the $quiz_name will be. $bot_color is the # color of the bottom of the poll. $font_color is the color the text will # be, and $font_size is how big it will be. $font_face controls the font # that is used by the poll. $table_width controls how wide your poll will # be (I recommend keeping the default values as given for $font_size and # $table_width). $top_color = "#33ccff"; $font_face="Arial,Helvetica"; $bot_color = "#ffffff"; $font_color = "#000000"; $font_size = "-2"; $table_width = "142"; # This variable is the question you are asking in your quiz. $question = "What makes the best lowrider?"; # @choices represents the possible answers people can give. It should # be formatted as shown. @choices = ("Impala","Cadillac","Lincoln","G-body","Anything"); # If $graphical is set to 1, a 'bar graph' of sorts will be printed along # side percentages when the results are shown (set it to 0 to report only # percentages). If used, $gr_file is the URL to call the "dot" that is # used to create the bars (feel free to replace the default purple one). # $gr_height is the height in pixels the bar should be, and $gr_scale helps # control the width (when set to 1, an answer with 25% of the vote would # have a bar 25 pixels wide; if set to 2, 25% would yield a 50 pixel bar # and so on). $graphical = 1; $gr_file = "https://www.layitlow.com/images/poll_dot.gif"; $gr_scale = 1; $gr_height = 10; # If you want the total number of votes received to be reported with the # results, set this to 1. Else, set it to 0. $report_total_votes = 1; # In order to keep people from voting repeatedly, a cached of the most # recent IPs that voted is kept. A value between 5 and 10 is recommended. $ips_cached = 9; # If your poll is working properly, leave this undefined. As a last # resort, if your poll consistently puts the results on a separate page, # define this as the URL of the page containing the poll. $panic_url = ""; # This variable, if set to 1, may help alleviate problems with browsers and # proxy servers caching your page and not displaying poll results. Do not # set this to 1 if you have multiple polls on the same page; weird # behavior will result if you do. Gary's note: Originally set to 0 $suppress_cache = 0; # This variable, if set to 1, adds a second button to the poll, which # allows the user to see the poll results without voting. $without_vote = 1; # Do Not Edit Below This &SurveySays; exit;
January 2002
#!/usr/bin/perl ####################################################################### # SurveySays Version 1.11 # # Copyright 1998 by Matt Riffle All Rights Reserved. # # Initial Full Release: 7/4/98 This Release: 2/20/99 # # pingPackets Script Archive http://www.pingpackets.com/ # ####################################################################### # This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or # # modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License # # as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 # # of the License, or (at your option) any later version. # # # # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the # # GNU General Public License for more details. It is included in # # this distribution in the file "license.txt". # # # # You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License # # along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software # # Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA # # 02111-1307, USA. # ####################################################################### # This is the "stub file" that contains all the configuration variables # needed to customize a quiz. You will need one of these for each quiz # you create -- they'll each call the main file surveysays.pl to do the # processing. # This uses the full path to the surveysays.pl script that came with the # distribution. require "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/surveysays.cgi"; # This is the path to the data file the script will use to store results. # The script must either have permissions to write to the directory the # file will be stored in (and it will create the file itself on first run), # or you can create the file yourself (as a 0-byte file), and just give # the script permission to write to the file. $datafile = "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/2002-01.txt"; # If your system can use "flock" for file-locking, leave this variable set # to 1. If not, set it to 0. (If you aren't sure, try 1 first and switch # to 0 if the script fails.) $file_lock = 1; # This is the URL needed to call the script directly. $script_url = "https://www.layitlow.com/cgi-bin/surveysays/2002-01.cgi"; # This is the "name" of your quiz. It should only be a few words long. $quiz_name = "Quick Poll"; # These variables control the look of your poll. $top_color is the color # at the top of the poll, where the $quiz_name will be. $bot_color is the # color of the bottom of the poll. $font_color is the color the text will # be, and $font_size is how big it will be. $font_face controls the font # that is used by the poll. $table_width controls how wide your poll will # be (I recommend keeping the default values as given for $font_size and # $table_width). $top_color = "#33ccff"; $font_face="Arial,Helvetica"; $bot_color = "#ffffff"; $font_color = "#000000"; $font_size = "-2"; $table_width = "142"; # This variable is the question you are asking in your quiz. $question = "How do you pay for your stuff?"; # @choices represents the possible answers people can give. It should # be formatted as shown. @choices = ("Work, work and work","Parents are rich","Won the lottery","Mom wouldn't be proud"); # If $graphical is set to 1, a 'bar graph' of sorts will be printed along # side percentages when the results are shown (set it to 0 to report only # percentages). If used, $gr_file is the URL to call the "dot" that is # used to create the bars (feel free to replace the default purple one). # $gr_height is the height in pixels the bar should be, and $gr_scale helps # control the width (when set to 1, an answer with 25% of the vote would # have a bar 25 pixels wide; if set to 2, 25% would yield a 50 pixel bar # and so on). $graphical = 1; $gr_file = "https://www.layitlow.com/images/poll_dot.gif"; $gr_scale = 1; $gr_height = 10; # If you want the total number of votes received to be reported with the # results, set this to 1. Else, set it to 0. $report_total_votes = 1; # In order to keep people from voting repeatedly, a cached of the most # recent IPs that voted is kept. A value between 5 and 10 is recommended. $ips_cached = 9; # If your poll is working properly, leave this undefined. As a last # resort, if your poll consistently puts the results on a separate page, # define this as the URL of the page containing the poll. $panic_url = ""; # This variable, if set to 1, may help alleviate problems with browsers and # proxy servers caching your page and not displaying poll results. Do not # set this to 1 if you have multiple polls on the same page; weird # behavior will result if you do. Gary's note: Originally set to 0 $suppress_cache = 0; # This variable, if set to 1, adds a second button to the poll, which # allows the user to see the poll results without voting. $without_vote = 1; # Do Not Edit Below This &SurveySays; exit;
December 2001
#!/usr/bin/perl ####################################################################### # SurveySays Version 1.11 # # Copyright 1998 by Matt Riffle All Rights Reserved. # # Initial Full Release: 7/4/98 This Release: 2/20/99 # # pingPackets Script Archive http://www.pingpackets.com/ # ####################################################################### # This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or # # modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License # # as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 # # of the License, or (at your option) any later version. # # # # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the # # GNU General Public License for more details. It is included in # # this distribution in the file "license.txt". # # # # You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License # # along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software # # Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA # # 02111-1307, USA. # ####################################################################### # This is the "stub file" that contains all the configuration variables # needed to customize a quiz. You will need one of these for each quiz # you create -- they'll each call the main file surveysays.pl to do the # processing. # This uses the full path to the surveysays.pl script that came with the # distribution. require "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/surveysays.cgi"; # This is the path to the data file the script will use to store results. # The script must either have permissions to write to the directory the # file will be stored in (and it will create the file itself on first run), # or you can create the file yourself (as a 0-byte file), and just give # the script permission to write to the file. $datafile = "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/2001-12.txt"; # If your system can use "flock" for file-locking, leave this variable set # to 1. If not, set it to 0. (If you aren't sure, try 1 first and switch # to 0 if the script fails.) $file_lock = 1; # This is the URL needed to call the script directly. $script_url = "https://www.layitlow.com/cgi-bin/surveysays/2001-12.cgi"; # This is the "name" of your quiz. It should only be a few words long. $quiz_name = "Quick Poll"; # These variables control the look of your poll. $top_color is the color # at the top of the poll, where the $quiz_name will be. $bot_color is the # color of the bottom of the poll. $font_color is the color the text will # be, and $font_size is how big it will be. $font_face controls the font # that is used by the poll. $table_width controls how wide your poll will # be (I recommend keeping the default values as given for $font_size and # $table_width). $top_color = "#33ccff"; $font_face="Arial,Helvetica"; $bot_color = "#ffffff"; $font_color = "#000000"; $font_size = "-2"; $table_width = "142"; # This variable is the question you are asking in your quiz. $question = "What size of wheels do you prefer?"; # @choices represents the possible answers people can give. It should # be formatted as shown. @choices = ("13's","14's","17's","18's","19's","20's","22's"); # If $graphical is set to 1, a 'bar graph' of sorts will be printed along # side percentages when the results are shown (set it to 0 to report only # percentages). If used, $gr_file is the URL to call the "dot" that is # used to create the bars (feel free to replace the default purple one). # $gr_height is the height in pixels the bar should be, and $gr_scale helps # control the width (when set to 1, an answer with 25% of the vote would # have a bar 25 pixels wide; if set to 2, 25% would yield a 50 pixel bar # and so on). $graphical = 1; $gr_file = "https://www.layitlow.com/images/poll_dot.gif"; $gr_scale = 1; $gr_height = 10; # If you want the total number of votes received to be reported with the # results, set this to 1. Else, set it to 0. $report_total_votes = 1; # In order to keep people from voting repeatedly, a cached of the most # recent IPs that voted is kept. A value between 5 and 10 is recommended. $ips_cached = 9; # If your poll is working properly, leave this undefined. As a last # resort, if your poll consistently puts the results on a separate page, # define this as the URL of the page containing the poll. $panic_url = ""; # This variable, if set to 1, may help alleviate problems with browsers and # proxy servers caching your page and not displaying poll results. Do not # set this to 1 if you have multiple polls on the same page; weird # behavior will result if you do. Gary's note: Originally set to 0 $suppress_cache = 0; # This variable, if set to 1, adds a second button to the poll, which # allows the user to see the poll results without voting. $without_vote = 1; # Do Not Edit Below This &SurveySays; exit;

November 2001
#!/usr/bin/perl ####################################################################### # SurveySays Version 1.11 # # Copyright 1998 by Matt Riffle All Rights Reserved. # # Initial Full Release: 7/4/98 This Release: 2/20/99 # # pingPackets Script Archive http://www.pingpackets.com/ # ####################################################################### # This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or # # modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License # # as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 # # of the License, or (at your option) any later version. # # # # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the # # GNU General Public License for more details. It is included in # # this distribution in the file "license.txt". # # # # You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License # # along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software # # Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA # # 02111-1307, USA. # ####################################################################### # This is the "stub file" that contains all the configuration variables # needed to customize a quiz. You will need one of these for each quiz # you create -- they'll each call the main file surveysays.pl to do the # processing. # This uses the full path to the surveysays.pl script that came with the # distribution. require "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/surveysays.cgi"; # This is the path to the data file the script will use to store results. # The script must either have permissions to write to the directory the # file will be stored in (and it will create the file itself on first run), # or you can create the file yourself (as a 0-byte file), and just give # the script permission to write to the file. $datafile = "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/2001-11.txt"; # If your system can use "flock" for file-locking, leave this variable set # to 1. If not, set it to 0. (If you aren't sure, try 1 first and switch # to 0 if the script fails.) $file_lock = 1; # This is the URL needed to call the script directly. $script_url = "https://www.layitlow.com/cgi-bin/surveysays/2001-11.cgi"; # This is the "name" of your quiz. It should only be a few words long. $quiz_name = "Quick Poll"; # These variables control the look of your poll. $top_color is the color # at the top of the poll, where the $quiz_name will be. $bot_color is the # color of the bottom of the poll. $font_color is the color the text will # be, and $font_size is how big it will be. $font_face controls the font # that is used by the poll. $table_width controls how wide your poll will # be (I recommend keeping the default values as given for $font_size and # $table_width). $top_color = "#33ccff"; $font_face="Arial,Helvetica"; $bot_color = "#ffffff"; $font_color = "#000000"; $font_size = "-2"; $table_width = "142"; # This variable is the question you are asking in your quiz. $question = "What do you ride on?"; # @choices represents the possible answers people can give. It should # be formatted as shown. @choices = ("Hydraulic suspension","Air suspension","Sport suspension","Factory suspension","Other"); # If $graphical is set to 1, a 'bar graph' of sorts will be printed along # side percentages when the results are shown (set it to 0 to report only # percentages). If used, $gr_file is the URL to call the "dot" that is # used to create the bars (feel free to replace the default purple one). # $gr_height is the height in pixels the bar should be, and $gr_scale helps # control the width (when set to 1, an answer with 25% of the vote would # have a bar 25 pixels wide; if set to 2, 25% would yield a 50 pixel bar # and so on). $graphical = 1; $gr_file = "https://www.layitlow.com/images/poll_dot.gif"; $gr_scale = 1; $gr_height = 10; # If you want the total number of votes received to be reported with the # results, set this to 1. Else, set it to 0. $report_total_votes = 1; # In order to keep people from voting repeatedly, a cached of the most # recent IPs that voted is kept. A value between 5 and 10 is recommended. $ips_cached = 9; # If your poll is working properly, leave this undefined. As a last # resort, if your poll consistently puts the results on a separate page, # define this as the URL of the page containing the poll. $panic_url = ""; # This variable, if set to 1, may help alleviate problems with browsers and # proxy servers caching your page and not displaying poll results. Do not # set this to 1 if you have multiple polls on the same page; weird # behavior will result if you do. Gary's note: Originally set to 0 $suppress_cache = 0; # This variable, if set to 1, adds a second button to the poll, which # allows the user to see the poll results without voting. $without_vote = 1; # Do Not Edit Below This &SurveySays; exit;
October 2001
#!/usr/bin/perl ####################################################################### # SurveySays Version 1.11 # # Copyright 1998 by Matt Riffle All Rights Reserved. # # Initial Full Release: 7/4/98 This Release: 2/20/99 # # pingPackets Script Archive http://www.pingpackets.com/ # ####################################################################### # This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or # # modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License # # as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 # # of the License, or (at your option) any later version. # # # # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the # # GNU General Public License for more details. It is included in # # this distribution in the file "license.txt". # # # # You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License # # along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software # # Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA # # 02111-1307, USA. # ####################################################################### # This is the "stub file" that contains all the configuration variables # needed to customize a quiz. You will need one of these for each quiz # you create -- they'll each call the main file surveysays.pl to do the # processing. # This uses the full path to the surveysays.pl script that came with the # distribution. require "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/surveysays.cgi"; # This is the path to the data file the script will use to store results. # The script must either have permissions to write to the directory the # file will be stored in (and it will create the file itself on first run), # or you can create the file yourself (as a 0-byte file), and just give # the script permission to write to the file. $datafile = "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/2001-10.txt"; # If your system can use "flock" for file-locking, leave this variable set # to 1. If not, set it to 0. (If you aren't sure, try 1 first and switch # to 0 if the script fails.) $file_lock = 1; # This is the URL needed to call the script directly. $script_url = "https://www.layitlow.com/cgi-bin/surveysays/2001-10.cgi"; # This is the "name" of your quiz. It should only be a few words long. $quiz_name = "Quick Poll"; # These variables control the look of your poll. $top_color is the color # at the top of the poll, where the $quiz_name will be. $bot_color is the # color of the bottom of the poll. $font_color is the color the text will # be, and $font_size is how big it will be. $font_face controls the font # that is used by the poll. $table_width controls how wide your poll will # be (I recommend keeping the default values as given for $font_size and # $table_width). $top_color = "#33ccff"; $font_face="Arial,Helvetica"; $bot_color = "#ffffff"; $font_color = "#000000"; $font_size = "-2"; $table_width = "142"; # This variable is the question you are asking in your quiz. $question = "How much money have you spent on customizing your car?"; # @choices represents the possible answers people can give. It should # be formatted as shown. @choices = ("Less than \$500","\$500 to \$1,500","\$1,500 to \$3,000","\$3,000 to \$5,000","Over \$5,000"); # If $graphical is set to 1, a 'bar graph' of sorts will be printed along # side percentages when the results are shown (set it to 0 to report only # percentages). If used, $gr_file is the URL to call the "dot" that is # used to create the bars (feel free to replace the default purple one). # $gr_height is the height in pixels the bar should be, and $gr_scale helps # control the width (when set to 1, an answer with 25% of the vote would # have a bar 25 pixels wide; if set to 2, 25% would yield a 50 pixel bar # and so on). $graphical = 1; $gr_file = "https://www.layitlow.com/images/poll_dot.gif"; $gr_scale = 1; $gr_height = 10; # If you want the total number of votes received to be reported with the # results, set this to 1. Else, set it to 0. $report_total_votes = 1; # In order to keep people from voting repeatedly, a cached of the most # recent IPs that voted is kept. A value between 5 and 10 is recommended. $ips_cached = 9; # If your poll is working properly, leave this undefined. As a last # resort, if your poll consistently puts the results on a separate page, # define this as the URL of the page containing the poll. $panic_url = ""; # This variable, if set to 1, may help alleviate problems with browsers and # proxy servers caching your page and not displaying poll results. Do not # set this to 1 if you have multiple polls on the same page; weird # behavior will result if you do. Gary's note: Originally set to 0 $suppress_cache = 0; # This variable, if set to 1, adds a second button to the poll, which # allows the user to see the poll results without voting. $without_vote = 1; # Do Not Edit Below This &SurveySays; exit;
September 2001
#!/usr/bin/perl ####################################################################### # SurveySays Version 1.11 # # Copyright 1998 by Matt Riffle All Rights Reserved. # # Initial Full Release: 7/4/98 This Release: 2/20/99 # # pingPackets Script Archive http://www.pingpackets.com/ # ####################################################################### # This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or # # modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License # # as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 # # of the License, or (at your option) any later version. # # # # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the # # GNU General Public License for more details. It is included in # # this distribution in the file "license.txt". # # # # You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License # # along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software # # Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA # # 02111-1307, USA. # ####################################################################### # This is the "stub file" that contains all the configuration variables # needed to customize a quiz. You will need one of these for each quiz # you create -- they'll each call the main file surveysays.pl to do the # processing. # This uses the full path to the surveysays.pl script that came with the # distribution. require "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/surveysays.cgi"; # This is the path to the data file the script will use to store results. # The script must either have permissions to write to the directory the # file will be stored in (and it will create the file itself on first run), # or you can create the file yourself (as a 0-byte file), and just give # the script permission to write to the file. $datafile = "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/2001-09.txt"; # If your system can use "flock" for file-locking, leave this variable set # to 1. If not, set it to 0. (If you aren't sure, try 1 first and switch # to 0 if the script fails.) $file_lock = 1; # This is the URL needed to call the script directly. $script_url = "https://www.layitlow.com/cgi-bin/surveysays/2001-09.cgi"; # This is the "name" of your quiz. It should only be a few words long. $quiz_name = "Quick Poll"; # These variables control the look of your poll. $top_color is the color # at the top of the poll, where the $quiz_name will be. $bot_color is the # color of the bottom of the poll. $font_color is the color the text will # be, and $font_size is how big it will be. $font_face controls the font # that is used by the poll. $table_width controls how wide your poll will # be (I recommend keeping the default values as given for $font_size and # $table_width). $top_color = "#33ccff"; $font_face="Arial,Helvetica"; $bot_color = "#ffffff"; $font_color = "#000000"; $font_size = "-2"; $table_width = "142"; # This variable is the question you are asking in your quiz. $question = "Which is the best of the following lowrider hydraulic companies?"; # @choices represents the possible answers people can give. It should # be formatted as shown. @choices = ("CCE","HiLow","ProHopper","Red's","Showtime"); # If $graphical is set to 1, a 'bar graph' of sorts will be printed along # side percentages when the results are shown (set it to 0 to report only # percentages). If used, $gr_file is the URL to call the "dot" that is # used to create the bars (feel free to replace the default purple one). # $gr_height is the height in pixels the bar should be, and $gr_scale helps # control the width (when set to 1, an answer with 25% of the vote would # have a bar 25 pixels wide; if set to 2, 25% would yield a 50 pixel bar # and so on). $graphical = 1; $gr_file = "https://www.layitlow.com/images/poll_dot.gif"; $gr_scale = 1; $gr_height = 10; # If you want the total number of votes received to be reported with the # results, set this to 1. Else, set it to 0. $report_total_votes = 1; # In order to keep people from voting repeatedly, a cached of the most # recent IPs that voted is kept. A value between 5 and 10 is recommended. $ips_cached = 9; # If your poll is working properly, leave this undefined. As a last # resort, if your poll consistently puts the results on a separate page, # define this as the URL of the page containing the poll. $panic_url = ""; # This variable, if set to 1, may help alleviate problems with browsers and # proxy servers caching your page and not displaying poll results. Do not # set this to 1 if you have multiple polls on the same page; weird # behavior will result if you do. Gary's note: Originally set to 0 $suppress_cache = 0; # This variable, if set to 1, adds a second button to the poll, which # allows the user to see the poll results without voting. $without_vote = 1; # Do Not Edit Below This &SurveySays; exit;
August 2001
#!/usr/bin/perl ####################################################################### # SurveySays Version 1.11 # # Copyright 1998 by Matt Riffle All Rights Reserved. # # Initial Full Release: 7/4/98 This Release: 2/20/99 # # pingPackets Script Archive http://www.pingpackets.com/ # ####################################################################### # This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or # # modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License # # as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 # # of the License, or (at your option) any later version. # # # # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the # # GNU General Public License for more details. It is included in # # this distribution in the file "license.txt". # # # # You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License # # along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software # # Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA # # 02111-1307, USA. # ####################################################################### # This is the "stub file" that contains all the configuration variables # needed to customize a quiz. You will need one of these for each quiz # you create -- they'll each call the main file surveysays.pl to do the # processing. # This uses the full path to the surveysays.pl script that came with the # distribution. require "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/surveysays.cgi"; # This is the path to the data file the script will use to store results. # The script must either have permissions to write to the directory the # file will be stored in (and it will create the file itself on first run), # or you can create the file yourself (as a 0-byte file), and just give # the script permission to write to the file. $datafile = "/usr/sites/layitlow.com/www/htdocs/cgi-bin/surveysays/2001-08.txt"; # If your system can use "flock" for file-locking, leave this variable set # to 1. If not, set it to 0. (If you aren't sure, try 1 first and switch # to 0 if the script fails.) $file_lock = 1; # This is the URL needed to call the script directly. $script_url = "https://www.layitlow.com/cgi-bin/surveysays/2001-08.cgi"; # This is the "name" of your quiz. It should only be a few words long. $quiz_name = "Quick Poll"; # These variables control the look of your poll. $top_color is the color # at the top of the poll, where the $quiz_name will be. $bot_color is the # color of the bottom of the poll. $font_color is the color the text will # be, and $font_size is how big it will be. $font_face controls the font # that is used by the poll. $table_width controls how wide your poll will # be (I recommend keeping the default values as given for $font_size and # $table_width). $top_color = "#33ccff"; $font_face="Arial,Helvetica"; $bot_color = "#ffffff"; $font_color = "#000000"; $font_size = "-2"; $table_width = "142"; # This variable is the question you are asking in your quiz. $question = "D's or Z's?"; # @choices represents the possible answers people can give. It should # be formatted as shown. @choices = ("Dayton's","Zenith's"); # If $graphical is set to 1, a 'bar graph' of sorts will be printed along # side percentages when the results are shown (set it to 0 to report only # percentages). If used, $gr_file is the URL to call the "dot" that is # used to create the bars (feel free to replace the default purple one). # $gr_height is the height in pixels the bar should be, and $gr_scale helps # control the width (when set to 1, an answer with 25% of the vote would # have a bar 25 pixels wide; if set to 2, 25% would yield a 50 pixel bar # and so on). $graphical = 1; $gr_file = "https://www.layitlow.com/images/poll_dot.gif"; $gr_scale = 1; $gr_height = 10; # If you want the total number of votes received to be reported with the # results, set this to 1. Else, set it to 0. $report_total_votes = 1; # In order to keep people from voting repeatedly, a cached of the most # recent IPs that voted is kept. A value between 5 and 10 is recommended. $ips_cached = 9; # If your poll is working properly, leave this undefined. As a last # resort, if your poll consistently puts the results on a separate page, # define this as the URL of the page containing the poll. $panic_url = ""; # This variable, if set to 1, may help alleviate problems with browsers and # proxy servers caching your page and not displaying poll results. Do not # set this to 1 if you have multiple polls on the same page; weird # behavior will result if you do. Gary's note: Originally set to 0 $suppress_cache = 0; # This variable, if set to 1, adds a second button to the poll, which # allows the user to see the poll results without voting. $without_vote = 1; # Do Not Edit Below This &SurveySays; exit;

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