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59 scripts tagged as: [domain  ·  markup]

8.7 KB
9 Jan 2009
Basic BBCode implementation. For more info about BBCode check
author: David 'Oldes' Oliva
Web Site Builder
5.6 KB
13 Mar 2003
The actual script that builds the REBOL web site (using a master template and a navigation structure).
author: Carl Sassenrath
CGI Web Page Comment Poster
3.0 KB
13 Mar 2003
Allows viewers to add comments to a web page. (needs webcomment.r to create example forms file).
author: Carl Sassenrath
CGI Form Dumper
785 bytes
13 Mar 2003
Display the contents of a submitted form as a web page. Useful for debugging CGI forms.
author: [unknown]
CGI Emailer Form (HTML Part)
1.7 KB
13 Mar 2003
HTML form to go with CGI Emailer example (cgiemailer.r).
author: [unknown]
CGI Form with Defaults
1.3 KB
13 Mar 2003
Handles a CGI form, providing default values for missing fields in the form. Returns a web page. (The associated cgiform.html file contains the form).
author: [unknown]
Checklister (HTML)
1.9 KB
13 Mar 2003
Creates a checklist in HTML from a text file.
author: [unknown]
Html Pretty Print REBOL
3.9 KB
13 Mar 2003
Syntax highlighting for HTML display of REBOL scripts
author: Jeff Kreis
Emit RSS
4.5 KB
19 Nov 2007
Create an RSS Feed from a REBOL Block.
author: Christopher Ross-Gill
rebol Server pages
1.6 KB
13 Mar 2003
Execute embedded rebol code, see
author: Maarten Koopmans
Extract URLs
1.3 KB
29 Nov 2009
To identify and extract URIs from plain text
author: Christopher Ross-Gill
6.3 KB
22 Apr 2005
A function which scans a string (normally a web page) and creates a block of URL/Text combinations for each HTML <a> tag in the string.
author: Peter WA Wood
Document Generator
15.7 KB
13 Mar 2003
XMLish doc generator using parse-XML
author: Daan Oosterveld
Lowercase All Tags
886 bytes
21 Jan 2005
Given an HTML or XML file, shifts all tags to lowercase. Everything in the tag is lowercased, so you will need to inspect the resulting file names, etc. But, for most files this is easier than doing it manually. (Also shows how easy it is to do this kind of conversion.)
author: Carl Sassenrath
Email Viewer (as web page)
mailview.r1.3 KB
13 Mar 2003
This example displays all of your pending email as an HTML web page. (But does not remove it.)
author: [unknown]
57.8 KB
7 Feb 2004
Parses the make-doc-pro markup language into a datastructure that can be into other document formats (such as HTML) with good titles, table of contents, section headers, indented fixed-spaced examples, bullets and definitons.
author: Robert M. Münch
REBOL Standard Document Formatter
9.3 KB
10 Jan 2005
(See MakeDoc2 for the latest version.) Converts very simple text file format into other document formats (such as HTML) with good titles, table of contents, section headers, indented fixed-spaced examples, bullets and definitons. Does the formatting so you can focus on the hard part: the words.
author: Carl Sassenrath
16.5 KB
2 Apr 2007
Makes a list of words from a string
author: peter
MakeDoc 2 - The REBOL Standard Document Formatter
17.0 KB
10 Mar 2007
This is the official MakeDoc document formatter that is used by REBOL Technologies for all documentation. It is the fastest and easiest way to create good looking documentation using any text editor (even ones that do not auto-wrap text). It creates titles, headings, contents, bullets, numbered lists, indented examples, note blocks, and more. For documentation, [...]
author: Carl Sassenrath
Specs Document Converter (Text to HTML)
4.3 KB
10 Jan 2005
(See MakeDoc2 for the latest version.) We use this script to save a lot of time when writing specification documents here at REBOL HQ. Very little notation is required to produce good looking HTML documents with titles, table of contents, section headers, indented fixed-spaced examples, sidebars , and more. Does all the formatting so we can focus on writing the words (the hard [...]
author: Carl Sassenrath
Markdown entry for R3
4.2 KB
7 Jan 2013
make markdown entry from defined words, example: my? append (then you can paste directly (CTRL+V), see This works with Rebol3
author: Massimiliano Vessi
Markup language Dialect parser
32.2 KB
5 Feb 2005
To personally study the practicallity of Rebol being used as bridge between browsers and markup languages.
author: daniel murrill
National Geographic Image of the Day Downloader
2.0 KB
9 Feb 2004
Downloads the current picture of the day from and saves it to a location of your choice. Directions: Change the 'filename' in the source to the location of your choice. The agrument -s causes it to be silent and so not print what step it is at. These directions can be seen by adding a -h agrument.
author: Charles MOUGEL
National Geographic Image of the Day Downloader
12.3 KB
11 Sep 2007
Downloads all the Picture Of The Day images (current and past) from the National Geographic website and saves it to a location of your choice. Revisions: Version 1.2.5 Checked to see if the large wallpaper exists and if not to use the smaller wall paper image. Version 1.2.4 Changed from Viewing the POTD to Browsing the POTD which then allows the user to go back [...]
author: Gordon Raboud
Parse & Display Of The Core23 Manual
16.9 KB
26 Sep 2007
a parsing exercise
author: R. v.d.Zee
Tag URI Parser
parse-taguri.r1.3 KB
29 Jan 2007
Converts a Tag URI to Metadata
author: Christopher Ross-Gill
Qtask Markup Language - parser and other common code
97.1 KB
28 May 2007
This program implements the base for QML (Qtask Markup Language) converters (for example it's the base for a QML to XHTML converter used in Qtask), by implementing the parsing of a QML text string into a QML document tree.
author: Gabriele Santilli
Qtask Markup Language Editor
496 bytes
23 Aug 2006
Edit QML files, create HTML from QML
author: Gabriele Santilli
XML to HTML node parser
12.0 KB
21 Dec 2004
To parse xml, xhtml, css, and html so you can search and update, remove, or add to your markup quickly.
author: daniel murrill
Raging Bull page downloader
raging-bull.r2.4 KB
13 Mar 2003
This script reads sequential pages from the Raging-Bull on-line bulletin board.
author: Jim Goodnow II
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