You can easily implement multilingual feature into your ASP scripts using this module. After replacing the texts in application by language constants you can easily translate into unlimited number of languages, switching between individual language versions by a single mouse-click. Anyone having the appropriate authorisation will be able to translate using your application via browser, without need of knowing the script syntax, etc. All one has to do is click on the text and translate. Translations can be managed via web interface or using Win32 client. An ingenious solution for developers.
LightForum is a small and light software for viewing and editing messages. Both are run in client side without round-trip to the server, which makes it a good solution for a slow networks.
LightForum has a multi-lingual user interface and supports the following languages: English, Spanish, French, Hebrew, Italian and German. This feature is available for both users and administrator.
LightForum includes a rich administrator control panel. You can try it in the demo.
LightForum includes an HTML editor (works both in HTML mode and in source mode), and it lets users add links and images, in both desing and source view.
LightForum supports file upload, and no DLL is required!
Downloadable Source Code for fully functional .ASP website: iAmJobs is a job board where employers can login, create and manage their own job postings. Employee's login, create resume's for the employers to view and search for a job. VbScript, CDONTS, Access database. Code: ASP 3.0 & VBScript
Spirit is a suite of applications designed to simplify web site management. It's an ideal platform for small business web sites. With user identity management, dynamic content management, communication tools and more built into one system. Provides integrated tools to help you accomplish your tasks quickly and effectively, all under one control panel.
This application was designed with the serious eBay seller in mind. Recently, my wife started her own eBay store, and it wasn't long before we realized that we needed a system in place to manage our inventory. The original version was lacking in several departments, and was quite honestly too complex by design.
This version (version 2.1) is much more simplified in its use. It will track your inventory based on locations that you define. For example, if you have 5 shelves full of eBay merchandise, you could name them Shelf 1, Shelf 2, Shelf 3, etc. Or S1, S2, S3 - whatever is easiest for you.
You can also track information pertaining to your buyers, such as who bought it, their shipping address, email, and eBay ID number. The application also has a very basic accounting system built in to it. By entering the price you paid for the item, the price it sold for, and the shipping cost, you can view a report for each month that will show you your profit or loss, complete with line item detail.
By far, the feature I use the MOST is the search feature. It is a fairly thorough search feature, allowing you to search for just about any term in the database. Very handy if you are looking for an item, and all you have is the description.