Flash listers used to be common on Niteflirt before they changed the code to prevent your flash lister from accessing an off-site file. Now to have a working flash lister it must be fully coded up. You can only edit your file if you are able to edit flash or whatever program was used to make it. That means having the software and knowing how to use it.
If you’re still interested, I have a typical lister on the sample listing page.
Yes, available! It is super slick, works great, and lives on your computer. Features include auto-mode, mail status and balance for each account, total in all accounts, and one-click login for any account on any browser but IE (IE is 2 clicks. But IE sucks.).
For more information, contact the programmer on yahoo messenger, where he is zairius.
The beta testing phase for the new Windows desktop Call Manager is complete. The demo version will be released on Friday.
Turn all your accounts on or off at the same time
Disable or set to away accounts you don’t want to run at the moment.
Displays current status for each account
Displays current balance for each account and totals them
Email status monitor works with tributes, too!
One-click login for any of your accounts
Windows desktop program.
Your username and password stay safely on your computer.
You must be able to install Windows dot net framework in order to run this, so install that first. Demo version will be good for 5 days from activation. Sorry, Mac and Linux users, no version is planned.
Looking for a few good beta testers for a Windows desktop call manager. You will need to have multiple accounts, have a Windows computer, and be willing and able to install Microsoft .NET framework 4 on your computer. (Sorry, Mac owners.)
If you think you can push it to the limit and accurately report errors you receive, this may be something you want to check out. Contact AsianGuyProgrammer if you want to take part.
Note: I wrote this before it became clear what had happened, and now have edited it to reflect that.
Niteflirt has installed a new HTML code screener on the site. What it does is look at your code, find errors, decide what to do, and do it.
Unfortunately the net effect is to turn it all into garbage if you have code errors or what is now considered to be “code errors”.
What is a “code error”? Using any tag that is not on the new approved list, which means that many common tags and attributes are no longer permitted.
If you’re reading this, before you hit “submit”, copy your code into a text editor like Notepad. If Niteflirt has turned your listing into garbage, you will at least have a copy of it to work from.
Things to make sure your code has:
Make sure each tag is closed. All tags start with a ‘<’ and end with a ‘>’. Leaving out the end brackets will do nasty things to your code. Adding stuff into your tags that don’t belong there will break stuff.
Using separate font tags for different font attributes will result in all of them being closed and made useless. Don’t do this:
Don’t use extra <body>, </body>, <html>, </html> tags anywhere in your listing code. The only <body> tag you should use is if you are using HTML to set the background.
Just because your code was working before doesn’t mean there was no problem with it. Browsers let you get away with all sorts of mistakes. Unfortunately girls have been lucky for a long time. It’s time to start learning to read and write good code, unfortunately.
The new restrictions mean that in some ways code will be more limited than previously. Most designs will have to be redone. Some things are no longer possible at all.
I set up a listing that displays the permitted tags. Many of them are totally useless unless you’re writing an article about computer code. The number of useful tags and attributes is much smaller than the list we have been given.
I also made a div listing template, for those of you who wish to look at some formatting that works.
I recall a while back people were complaining about not being able to send email on an Android. This week I am out of town, reading my email but unable to respond while I am out of my hotel room, as the same clients send email after email hoping for a response.
So I just made a little form to send regular email. That’s all it does, though there is the possibility it might be possible to switch between that view and ptv view if AsianProgrammerGuy gets working on it.
The link. You can use it right where it is hosted, and it will work on the account you happen to be logged in to. If that’s what you want to do, bookmark it.
Or you can view the source, copy, and host it yourself. And of course, bookmark it.
Sending mail on an Android is still a bit of a pain in the ass, but at least it’s doable with this.
AsianGuyProgrammer might make it part of his mega Android App if he gets around to developing one. That would be convenient.
You know how you have to go into each listing while your account is set to available and do a series of clicks in order to shut that listing off when you want to change the availability status of one or more of your listings? This is a new feature that came in with the transition. It actually works okay if you want to turn off some listings and then leave your account just like that for a while. If you want to turn on just one listing once, it’s pretty inconvenient. If you want to change frequently, you probably find it pretty inconvenient, too. If you have more than one account you want to do this to, well, OMG it can take forever.
Now the old pre-transition feature enabled a flirt to turn off the whole account, then force turn on just one listing. As soon as she changed her account availability again, the settings were lost. So it wasn’t useful for, say, shutting of your cam listings while you are on vacation, because the settings would not stay.
Don’t know what I’m talking about? Well, lucky you. Never you mind.
For those of you who are suffering with this feature, I’ve written a little script, which is an HTML page that you save to your hard drive, bookmark, and open in your browser. When you are logged into your account, you can turn any listing off or on with just one fast click. I made a video demo to show just how easy it is to use.
This is hard-coded with your listing categories and SID numbers, which I would take directly from your listings. I would not need any special account access to code it, though if you have any hidden listings you wanted included, you would have to send me the links.
The info is not self-updating. That means that if you wanted to use the listing title it would be out of date when you change your listing title. Listing category doesn’t change, which is why I selected that. If you wanted additional information to appear in a separate column to remind you which listing is which, for example, that would have to be extra, depending on how much extra work it turned out to be.
Listings will be in the order they presently appear. If your listing order changes due to activity and ratings on new or previously quiet listings, that won’t change unless you get it edited (or edit it yourself, which a person who is very good with HTML form submission might be comfortable doing).
The cost is $10 plus $1 a listing to do all your listings. If you need it edited to add more listings later, the cost would be $5 plus $1 per each new listing added. To delete a listing at a later date would be $5.
If you have hidden listings you want included, you will have to give me links to them.
If Niteflirt changes their code so it stops working, I will fix it for free.
Email me through Niteflirt if you are interested. Blocked? There is now a little form at the top of the sidebar where you can unblock yourself.
One more thing about images before starting to write.
If you click Media in the left sidebar and add new, you will come to your WordPress uploader. So if you want to use it for your photos or videos in your blog, go right ahead. It won’t take the place of FTP for anything else, though.
Now it’s time to write. Log in to your dashboard, if you are not already there. You can start a New blog post by clicking the down arrow in the Posts button on the upper right-hand side of the window or the one in the left sidebar. I don’t know about you, but my title is going to be Test Post. You should probably pick something that sounds less like a tutorial blog.
When you click down in the main textarea and start typing, you will see your permalink to that post appear. If you change your mind and change your title, you can click the edit button to edit it. Post names in the permalink need to be in the same format as slugs. So my post name is currently /test-post/. If I wanted to change the title to This Is A Test Post, the name slug in the permalink could be /this-is-a-test-post/. You can’t use symbols and punctuation except for hyphens in the post name slug.
Type several paragraphs.
If you want a picture, upload one and code it like this:
<img src="photo link url">
If you want a small photo with text running alongside it, you will need to add an align attribute to the image to align it to the left or the right.
<img src="photo link url" align="left" >
<img src="photo link url" align="right" >
When you are finished with your post, go to the right sidebar. You probably want to add a category or two for your post. Categories are something you expect to write a lot of posts for, that people may later want to sort through your posts to find all of one type. Click the +Add New Category link, enter the new category, and click the button. New categories you add while writing a post will be automatically selected.
Go down to the Post Tags. Tags are not limited to something you may expect to write a lot of. You can add all your tags at the same time, by putting commas between them. You can use multiple word tags and category names, too.
Now scroll down to the All in one SEO Pack box at the bottom of the page. Enter your post title at the top, a 160 character or less description, and keywords at the bottom. Some themes nowadays may already be optimized. Others are not. Don’t worry about it right now.
Now scroll back up and click the Preview button in the Publish section of the right-hand sidebar. A new tab or window should open with your preview in it. If you like it, publish. If not, keep editing it until you have it as you like it.
One more thing. If you click the Edit link next to Publish immediately, you can change the publishing date of your post to any other date in the past you want. If you pick a date in the future, your post will post automatically at that time. So you can write your posts ahead of time and have them post for you on a schedule.