Plugins - Random Login Image|
Category: Visual Additions
This plugin chooses an image randomly from one of several possible sources to display on the login page. Both local and remote image sources are supported, all of which may be configured by the administrator if desired. The image produced by this plugin may be used to replace the default SquirrelMail "org logo" or may be displayed in addition to (above) it.
by Paul Lesniewski on Apr 2, 2011
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[ login_image-1.0-0.5.tar.gz tarball (2355 d/l) Help ]
Requires: SquirrelMail 0.5+, Compatibility 2.0.10+ (unless using SM 1.4.12+ or 1.5.2+)
- Complete re-write and cleanup
- Dropped use of Webshots
- Added configurable list of remote image sources (if you have a good suggestion for a default daily image source, please submit them to the plugin maintainer)
- Added configurable local and remote image caching
- Local image source location is now configurable and defaults to an "images" subdirectory in this plugin
- Added ability to override SquirrelMail's $org_logo or display the random image in addition to it
- Added configurable per-source image sizing
- Added support for SquirrelMail 1.5.2+
by Tracy McKibben on May 6, 2002
[ login_image-0.2.tar.gz tarball (13390 d/l) Help ]
Requires: SquirrelMail 0.5 or above
Webshots changed their site structure, breaking the original version of this plugin. This revision works with the new site structure. No other changes have been made.
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