Description: Ever wonder how to run a CGI script without returning anything? Here's how.
Language: PERL Highlight Mode: PERL Last Modified: March 05th, 2009
#!/usr/bin/perl# You can point the src property of an image to a # CGI script - rather like a page counter - and get # the CGI script to return a 1x1 pixel blank image: <IMG SRC="cgi_script.cgi" WIDTH="1" HEIGHT="1"># or, or you want to run the script after the document # has finished loading: <BODY onLoad="if (document.images) document.images['myImage'].src='cgi_script.cgi'"><IMG SRC="blank.gif" WIDTH="1" HEIGHT="1">
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