An include function is a small piece of useful HTML code that you can use in your web pages. All include functions available to you are of the form (be very careful with blank spaces -- it's best to copy and paste as much as possible).
<!--#include virtual='/cgi-bin/SCRIPT'-->These HTML snippets can be placed in any web page, and in any news item or seminar talk announcement. To see what each script does, enter the URL
https://bio.cst.temple.edu/cgi-bin/SCRIPTin your browser.
Below are the possible choices for SCRIPT (in red) and their uses.
get_headerThis generates the top part of the page, including the headings and navigation menubar.
get_footerThis generates the bottom part of the page.
get_dir_heading?uri=/dir1/dir2/This generates a link header for inter-related pages as described in "Creating your own web page".
get_avatar?email=uidThis displays the image [if one was uploaded via the Join page] of the person whose Temple username is uid. If their home folder has a home web page, then this image is clickable.
get_blurb?email=uidThis displays the blurb or bio that the person whose Temple username is uid has uploaded and that appears in their /people page.
get_image_gallery?dir=/dir1/dir2&width=ssThis display a clickable gallery of all images located in the folder /dir1/dir2, with each image width resized to equal ss% of the page width, where ss is an integer between 1 and 100. When specifying the folder, do not include the DOCROOT /www/bio in the folder path /dir1/dir2. The images in the gallery are sorted according to increasing aspect ratio. After width resizing, this is the same as saying according to decreasing heights.
get_image_slideshow?dir=/dir1/dir2&height=ssThis displays a slideshow of all images located in the folder /dir1/dir2, with each image height resized to equal ss pixels. When specifying the folder, do not include the DOCROOT /www/bio in the folder path /dir1/dir2. The images in the slideshow are sorted according to decreasing aspect ratio. After height resizing, this is the same as saying according to decreasing widths.