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Randomizing Signature Script

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#1 nsb823


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Posted 27 February 2006 - 05:35 PM

To use this script you must have your own webhost with php enabled. Have a folder with all the your sigs and no other images. Then save this code as randomsig.php and upload it into your sig folder. To post it in your signature do this for example:

 ob_start( 'ob_gzhandler' );
 srand( time() );
 $files = array();
 if ($dir = @opendir(".")) {
 while (($file = readdir($dir)) !== false) {
 if ( eregi( '.(jpg|jpeg|bmp|gif|png)$', $file ) ) {
 $files[] = $file;
 $file = $files[rand() % sizeof( $files )];
 if ( eregi( '.jpg$', $file ) ) { header( "Content-Type: image/jpeg" ); }
 else if ( eregi( '.gif$', $file ) ) { header( "Content-Type: image/gif" ); }
 else { header( "Content-Type: image/png" ); }
 header( "Content-Length: " . filesize( $file ) );
 readfile( $file );

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