To ingerate video in your web page in eBay auction, you should just paste the code with the reference link to IP address of the computer with the installed rpogram LiveSite into the description of the goods.

Code sample -

Text. <a href="yours IP">Videochat in my site! Look at the goods with your own eyes. (Your slogan goes here) </a>

Picture. <a href="yours IP"><img src="Yours logo.jpg" width="" height=""></a>

Mentioning following words is obligatory.

"I do not sell my goods out of the auction bounds. Please, use the videochat application LiveSite to see me and my goods. Secure yourself against fraud and unseen purchases!"

 

To integrate LiveSite into your web site, you should generate the following page and publish it on your server.

<html>
<head>
<title>Videochat support window. Webcast Corp.</title>
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1">
<style type="text/css">
<!--
body {
margin-left: 0px;
margin-top: 0px;
margin-right: 0px;
margin-bottom: 0px;
}
-->
</style></head>

<body>
<OBJECT
ID = AX_Client
classid="clsid:FFD85318-7565-4886-945C-D31E428F0947"
codebase="http://i-webcast.com/download/activex/ax_downloader.exe"
width=174 height=520
align=center hspace=0 vspace=0>
<param name="address">
<param name="port">
<param name="skin">
</OBJECT>
<SCRIPT LANGUAGE="VBScript">
<!--
AX_Client.port = "80"
AX_Client.address = "Yours IP
"
AX_Client.skin = "prop1.skn"

-->
</SCRIPT>
</body>
</html>

The information marked with red should be changed as follows:

AX_Client.port = "80" 80 stands for the number of the port, through which the data are being trasmitted from the computer with the installed customers' support system LiveSite. 80 remains unchanged if this port is not busy with another application or service, such as Web server, for example. Otherwise, select any other free port, which is not busy.

AX_Client.address = "Yours IP". "IP of the desktop where Live Site installed " stands for the IP address of the computer with the installed customers' support service LiveSite.

AX_Client.skin = "prop1.skn". "prop1.skn" stands for the skin file to be used as per your wish.

After the page has been generated and published you should make links to it from the pages, from which you would like to enable access to the customers' support system LiveSite.

You can make a text link, picture link or button link.

1. Text.

<a href="URL"
onClick="window.open('url of your page', '_media', 'status, width=178, height=520, screenX=100,screenY=75,left=100,top=75','toolbar,status,resizable,scrollbars,width=178,height=520'); return false">Live Site Video Support. </a>

Live Site Video Support.

 

2. Picture.

<a href="URL"
onClick="window.open('url of your page', '_media', 'status, width=178, height=520, screenX=100,screenY=75,left=100,top=75','toolbar,status,resizable,scrollbars,width=178,height=520'); return false"><img src="Yours logo.jpg" width="" height="" border="0"></a>

 

 

3. Button.

<form>
<input type=button value="Live Site Video Support "
onClick="myRef = window.open('url of your page','_media',
'left=20,top=20,width=178,height=520,toolbar=1,resizable=0');
myRef.focus()">
</form>

With the 4.0 versions (and later) of NetScape and Internet Explorer browsers, we can also, through JavaScript, specify the location on the screen that the window opens. These dimensions are given in pixels, measured horizontally and vertically down from the top left corner of the screen. Older web browsers will just ignore these options.

Unfortunately, NetScape and Internet Explorer use different names for these options! So to make it work on both browsers, you must specify the settings twice:

  1. screenX=hh,screenY=yy
    specifies the location of the upper left corner of the window, measured from the top left corner of the monitor (for NetScape 4.0 and later)
  2. left=hh,top=yy
    specifies the location of the upper left corner of the window, measured from the top left corner of the monitor (for Internet Explorer 4.0 and later)

Adding on to our earlier example, this code will tell 4.0 version web browsers to place the window 100 pixels over and 75 pixels down from the top left corner of the viewer's screen.

The third parameter is where we list all the options that indicate how the window will appear. These items are all in one string of text enclosed in quotes:

  1. toolbar
    displays the browser buttons (forward, back, home, print, etc)
  2. location
    displays the field that shows the URL for the window
  3. directories
    displays other web browser directory buttons
  4. status
    displays the browser status bar at the bottom
  5. menubar
    displays the web browser menu bar
  6. resizable
    allows user to change the size of the window
  7. scrollbars
    provides scroll bars if the content is larger than the window size
  8. width=XX
    specifies the width of the window when opened, in pixels
  9. height=YY
    specifies the height of the window when opened, in pixels

You can list the first seven as OPTION=yes or OPTION=no to indicate that we want them to be used or not used in our newly opened window, separating each by a comma.

 

To build in the client part of the program into the web page in the desired place, you should build in the applet below:

For ActiveX (recommended)-

<OBJECT
ID = AX_Client
classid="clsid:FFD85318-7565-4886-945C-D31E428F0947"
codebase="http://i-webcast.com/download/activex/ax_downloader.exe"
width=510 height=170
align=center hspace=0 vspace=0>
<param name="address">
<param name="port">
<param name="skin">
</OBJECT>
<SCRIPT LANGUAGE="VBScript">
<!--
AX_Client.port = "80"
AX_Client.address = "192.168.0.3"
AX_Client.skin = "prop1.skn"
-->
</SCRIPT>

For JAVA -

<applet
codebase= "http://your IP"
code=LiveSite
name=NetVideo
width=330
height=500
archive=client.jar>
<param name=port value="80">
<param name=PropertyFile value=prop3.skn>
<param name=address value="http://your IP">
</applet>

Where prop3.skn - name of the skin, to be used,
and your IP - your IP address, which you should know from your provider.

More information is available in HELP section.

*The integration of the program Payview TM differs a little. To build it in your web site, you should make a link NOT to the applet but to the IP address of the build in HTTP Server of Payview.

For example,

<a href="216.144.23.01">Welcome to my video chat!</a>

where 216.144.23.01 - an instance IP of your video server. Your IP you can get from your Internet provider.

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