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whats the code for that, and what do you needed to set it up

I beleave what you need is somethign called "gd library" installed on your server.

first add a file called "song.txt"

this way, you can use it later for w/e reason.

Now, make a file called "write.php" and add this code.

//*Constructed by Angablade

$Username = ""; //Enter your username here.. we use this for protection
$Password = ""; // Same as before.. Protection..
$Song = $_GET['song'];
$User = $_GET['Username'];
$Pass = $_GET['Password'];

//=====Error Checking=====\\
$filename = "song.txt";
if (!is_writable($filename)) {
echo "<b>ERROR:</b> The file \"$filename\" is not writable. Please chmod \"$filename\" to \"777\".";
if($User != $Username) {
die('I\'m sorry, you have accessed a restricted page! Please hit the back button in your browser to return to the last page you visited!');
if($Pass != $Password) {
die('I\'m sorry, you have accessed a restricted page! Please hit the back button in your browser to return to the last page you visited!');
if(empty($Song)) {
die('I\'m sorry, you have accessed a restricted page! Please hit the back button in your browser to return to the last page you visited!');

//=====Write Data=====\\
$song = stripslashes($song);
$open = fopen("song.txt", "w");
echo "File Opened."; //Debug
echo "Data wrote."; //Debug
$close = fclose($open);
echo "File closed."; //Debug

//=====Make image=====\\
$yha = "Currently listening to:"; // Enter what you want for this.
$copy = "www.2xtreme.org"; // Enter your website here
$Song = stripslashes($Song);
$im     = imagecreatefromjpeg("bg.jpg");
$white = imagecolorallocate($im, 255, 255, 255);
$blue = imagecolorallocate($im,f 120, 120, 255);
$color = imagecolorallocate($im, 127, 127, 127);
$pxa    = (imagesx($im) - 7.5 * strlen($yha)) / 4;
$pxb    = (imagesx($im) - 7.5 * strlen($Song)) / 2 + 55;
$pxc    = (imagesx($im) - 7.5 * strlen($copy)) /1;
imagestring($im, 8, $pxa, 9, $yha, $white);
imagestring($im, 3, $pxb, 25, $Song, $blue);
imagestring($im, 3, $pxc, imagesy($im) - "15", $copy, $color);
$imagelocat = "othermedia.png";
imagepng($im, $imagelocat);


now, add a link to the location of the write.php file.. for example "http://www.site.ext/write.php?song=song here&Username=username&Password=Password"

and link the image to the same folder as write.php is in. example: "http://www.site.ext/othermedia.php"

Now, I use my media player that i made to make a web request to "write.php" with the proper data.

I hope i explained well enough.

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Thats a cool idea! I like it, theres only one flaw to it though... It requires you to be listening to music in order for the image to change...

So if you stopped listening to music it would show the last song you listened to until you listen to something else...

Instead I like the idea of a randomly changing image, on its own without having to listen to music or have any interaction on your part...

I know one person who has this sort of thing on his signature, it has his name in a cool image that changes to a random set of images that have the same name with different backgrounds and such... It's really neat as he has a different signature every time you refresh the page...

I was trying to think of ways to accomplish this, one idea I had is to make a program that runs in the background of my computer and every second that goes by, it overwrites my signature image, with 1 from a set of images to display... that way every refresh of a page, will produce a different signature image...

the way works pretty good as you can see my signature changes every second, between 6 different images

Is there anyway to embed an image on a website, and then when your webserver gets a request for that image to send image data from a set of images instead of the person only getting that 1 image? theres gotta be a way...

the only way I can think of maybe is modifying apache's source code so that when someone requests a particular image (the one you want to randomize) generate a random number between 1 and the number of images you have to display, and then send that image data... its a thought! :)

I'll post the source code to the image rotator if anyone wants it... its written in MASM32 for low memory usage and maximum performance..

EDIT: okay 1 second is too often I changed to every two seconds now...

ok whatever I'll just post it anyway... but I wont post the binary only the source so you'll have to compile it yourself! You'll have to change a couple things anyway to customize it for you...

It has a hide feature, press CONTROL + ALT + I all at the same time to hide/unhide the window of the program, this way you don't have to look at it the whole time while letting it do its job

It will also add it self to the registry to start with windows if desired, just change RegistryAdd to 0 if you don't want that...

Change the "YourName.png" to whatever the name of the image is that you embed on a website

Change the "Img\YourName%u.png" to whatever the name of the images you want rotated are..

Example for me i have "Steve8x.png" located in the same folder on my webserver as the imgRotate.exe

then I have a folder named "Img" in there, and inside that folder I have "Steve1.png", "Steve2.png", "Steve3.png" etc...

Pretty simple to use...

heres the code :) its only 4KB when compiled

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      .486                ; create 32 bit code
      .model flat, stdcall; 32 bit memory model
      option casemap :none; case sensitive
;     include files
;     ~~~~~~~~~~~~~
      include \masm32\include\windows.inc
      include \masm32\include\masm32.inc
      include \masm32\include\gdi32.inc
      include \masm32\include\user32.inc
      include \masm32\include\kernel32.inc
      include \masm32\include\Comctl32.inc
      include \masm32\include\comdlg32.inc
      include \masm32\include\shell32.inc
      include \masm32\include\oleaut32.inc
      include \masm32\include\dialogs.inc
      include \masm32\include\advapi32.inc
      include \masm32\macros\macros.asm

;     libraries
;     ~~~~~~~~~
      includelib \masm32\lib\masm32.lib
      includelib \masm32\lib\gdi32.lib
      includelib \masm32\lib\user32.lib
      includelib \masm32\lib\kernel32.lib
      includelib \masm32\lib\Comctl32.lib
      includelib \masm32\lib\comdlg32.lib
      includelib \masm32\lib\shell32.lib
      includelib \masm32\lib\oleaut32.lib
      includelib \masm32\lib\advapi32.lib

; Easy Registry Functions For Strings

     RegistryAdd db 1; change this to zero if you don't want it to start up with windows
     FileName dd 0
     EXEpath dd 0
     OvrWrite db 'YourName.png',0; change this to the image you want to overwrite
     SaveName db 'Img\YourName%u.png',0; change this to the images you want rotated, leave the %u
     rKey db 'SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run',0
     imgNum dd 01
     bufSize db 255

      hWnd      dd ?
      hInstance dd ?
      pathLength dd ?


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      mov hInstance, FUNC(GetModuleHandle,NULL)

      call main

      invoke ExitProcess,eax

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main proc

    Dialog "MASM Image Rotater", \             ; caption
           "MS Sans Serif",10, \         ; font,pointsize
            WS_OVERLAPPED or \        ; styles for
            WS_SYSMENU or DS_CENTER, \; dialog window
            2, \                         ; number of controls
            50,50,98,30, \             ; x y co-ordinates
            1024                         ; memory buffer size

    DlgButton "Quit",WS_TABSTOP, 62, 2, 30, 13, IDCANCEL
    DlgStatic "Coded By Steve8x", SS_LEFT, 2, 5, 60, 9, 100

    CallModalDialog hInstance,0,DlgProc,NULL


main endp

ImgRotate proc

    stralloc 256
    mov [FileName], eax 

    stralloc 255
    mov [EXEpath], eax

    invoke GetRegKeysz, [EXEpath], addr rKey, SADD("ImgRotator"), addr bufSize
    mov eax, [EXEpath]

    .if (byte ptr [eax+1] != ':') && ([RegistryAdd] == 1); then it hasn't been added to the registry yet and you want it

     invoke GetModuleFileNameA, FUNC(GetModuleHandle, 0), [EXEpath], 255
     invoke lstrlen, [EXEpath]
     mov [pathLength], eax
     invoke SetRegKeysz, [EXEpath], addr rKey, SADD("ImgRotator"), [pathLength]

    strfree EXEpath

    .if byte ptr [imgNum] == 7; change this to the number of images you have plus 1
     mov byte ptr [imgNum], 1

    invoke wsprintf, [FileName], addr SaveName, [imgNum]
 ;invoke OutputDebugStringA, [FileName]; for debug purposes
    invoke CopyFile, [FileName], addr OvrWrite, FALSE

    add [imgNum], 1

    invoke Sleep, 2000
    jmp ForeverLoop

ImgRotate endp

HotkeyHandler proc

    LOCAL showhide:DWORD

    mov [showhide], 1

    invoke Sleep, 10; For Anti-Lag / NON 100% CPU usage, you should already know this

    invoke GetKeyState, VK_CONTROL; CONTROL key
    and al, 80h
    cmp al, 0
    jz HandleKey

    invoke GetKeyState, VK_MENU; ALT key
    and al, 80h
    cmp al, 0
    jz HandleKey

    invoke GetKeyState, 49h; I key
    and al, 80h
    cmp al, 0
    jz HandleKey

 ; If all keys CTRL + ALT + I are simultaneously pressed the execution will reach here

    xor [showhide], 1

    invoke ShowWindow, [hWnd], [showhide]; If showhide == 1 it will show the window, 0 it will hide it;)

    invoke Sleep, 250; so it wont hide/unhide really quickly, if you don't know what i mean try it without

    jmp HandleKey
HotkeyHandler endp

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DlgProc proc hWin:DWORD,uMsg:DWORD,wParam:DWORD,lParam:DWORD 

    Switch uMsg

        invoke CreateThread, 0, 0, addr HotkeyHandler, 0, 0, 0
        invoke CreateThread, 0, 0, addr ImgRotate, 0, 0, 0
        invoke SendMessage, [hWin], WM_SETICON, 1, FUNC(LoadIcon, NULL, IDI_WARNING)
        m2m hWnd, hWin
        return 1
      Case WM_COMMAND
       .if wParam == IDCANCEL
        jmp quit_dialog
      Case WM_CLOSE
        strfree FileName
        invoke EndDialog,hWin,0

    return 0

DlgProc endp

; -------------------------------------------------------------------------

SetRegKeysz PROC lpszString:DWORD, lpszKeyName:DWORD, lpszValueName:DWORD, dwStringLength

    LOCAL Disp  :DWORD
    LOCAL pKey  :DWORD
    invoke RegCreateKeyEx, HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE,
                             lpszKeyName, NULL, NULL, 
                             KEY_ALL_ACCESS, NULL,
                             addr pKey, addr Disp
    .if eax == ERROR_SUCCESS
        invoke RegSetValueEx, pKey, lpszValueName, 
                              NULL, REG_SZ, 
                              lpszString, dwStringLength 
        invoke RegCloseKey, pKey
SetRegKeysz ENDP

; -------------------------------------------------------------------------

GetRegKeysz PROC lpszBuffer:DWORD, lpszKeyName:DWORD, lpszValueName:DWORD, dwStringLength:DWORD

    LOCAL pKey  :DWORD
    mov TType, REG_SZ
    invoke RegCreateKeyEx, HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE,
                             lpszKeyName, NULL, NULL, 
                             KEY_ALL_ACCESS, NULL,
                             addr pKey, addr TType
    .if eax == ERROR_SUCCESS
        mov eax, REG_DWORD
        mov [TType], eax
        invoke RegQueryValueEx, pKey, lpszValueName,
                             NULL, ADDR TType, 
                             lpszBuffer, dwStringLength 
        invoke RegCloseKey, pKey
GetRegKeysz ENDP

end start

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