My PHP code for my Linux pages index.

Posted: March 16, 2012. At: 8:27 PM. This was 6 years ago. Post ID: 2939
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This code is on my http://securitron.securitronlinux.com page. It shows a random image and a random webpage link.

<?php
$time = strftime(%A %d %B %Y. %r – %Z”);
srand(time(NULL));
$day = rand() % 6;
$string = sprintf(<font size=\”2pt\”><p>Welcome to my website.</p>\n”);
$links = array(“BejArray” => array(0=> “perl_code.php”,1=> “psx_doom.php”,2=> “cgi_code.php”,3=> “doom_wadfiles.php”,4=> “my_linux_system_2.php”,5=> “linux_configs.php”,6=> “my_linux_system.php”
));
 
echo $string;
 
switch($day) {
case 0:
$string2 = “Perl CGI Code”;
break;
case 1:
$string2 = “PSX Doom goodness”;
break;
case 2:
$string2 = “Misc programming code”;
break;
case 3:
$string2 = “My Doom wadfiles”;
break;
case 4:
$string2 = “My Linux system tips part 2;
break;
case 5:
$string2 = “My Linux configuration tips”;
break;
case 6:
$string2 = “My Linux system tips part 1;
break;
default:
$string2 = “Take pot luck”;
}
 
printf(<p>Random page: <a href=%s>%s</a>.</p>\n”, $links[“BejArray”][$day], $string2);
printf(<p>Welcome to my GNU/Linux pages. Server time is: %s.</p></font>, $time);
echo<img src=\”maps/00$day.png\” width=\”320\” height=\”200\” alt=\”Random Doom screenshot.\” style=\”float:right;padding: 8px\”>;
 
?>
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