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    I need a "Time of the day iframe" script

    The script I want is for www.waveradio.bz (It's a radio station)
    It will be placed on the homepage.
    If you notice there is a space/iframe for "Whats Playing". Inside this
    frame, i want the present show to be listed at all times. this I'm thinking
    will be by means of seperate pages be loaded in the iframe. i already have
    it setup for showing a seperate page each day. As it is now, It will show
    the Monday page on Monday; the Tuesday page on Tuesday and so fort.
    What i want from you is to let the monday page call up the "6am to 9am page"
    during that time. At 10am it will call up the "10am to 12mid-day page" And
    it will do this for the entire day till 12midnight when the station go on
    automation, for the next 6 hours it just shows that its music nonstop. At 6
    the next morning it starts again showing the correct shows from the Tuesday
    page.
    I also wants to know if it is possible to let the script follow the time on
    the server as opposed to the time on the viewers machine. This will come in
    handy for viewers who are in different time zones, as it will always be
    showing the same thing on evertbody's computer regardless of where they are.

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    Is this a paying job? Do you have support on your server for php or the like? I'm just curious, because this seems like a job that quite a few people here could handle and would need more information before taking it on.

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    Yes please clearly state whether this is a paying job (it must be in order to belong in this category), and if possible, the rough budget and payment method you have in mind.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nigeldude
    The script I want is for www.waveradio.bz (It's a radio station)
    It will be placed on the homepage.
    If you notice there is a space/iframe for "Whats Playing". Inside this
    frame, i want the present show to be listed at all times. this I'm thinking
    will be by means of seperate pages be loaded in the iframe. i already have
    it setup for showing a seperate page each day. As it is now, It will show
    the Monday page on Monday; the Tuesday page on Tuesday and so fort.
    What i want from you is to let the monday page call up the "6am to 9am page"
    during that time. At 10am it will call up the "10am to 12mid-day page" And
    it will do this for the entire day till 12midnight when the station go on
    automation, for the next 6 hours it just shows that its music nonstop. At 6
    the next morning it starts again showing the correct shows from the Tuesday
    page.
    I also wants to know if it is possible to let the script follow the time on
    the server as opposed to the time on the viewers machine. This will come in
    handy for viewers who are in different time zones, as it will always be
    showing the same thing on evertbody's computer regardless of where they are.
    You need a server side language and database for this. It's realy a very simple thingy. I bet i can do this with less then 20 lines of code.
    Would you also need some sort of formwhere you can enter the playlist or is that allready stored somewhere?

    Just being curious...
    Posting guidelines I use to see if I will spend time to answer your question : http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html


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