[hobbit] Turn Hostnames into hyperlinks?
forums at triadbiz.rr.com
Tue Aug 12 18:59:35 CEST 2008
I have used the NAME tag in the host file also but how do you go about
getting it to open in a new page. Because when I do:
0.0.0.0 myhostname.dyndns.org #NAME:"<a href=http://myhostname.dyndns.org
My hostname disappears. I have also tried it like this:
0.0.0.0 myhostname.dyndns.org #NAME:"<a href="http://myhostname.dyndns.org"
And it does the same thing.
From: Klomp, H. [mailto:klomph at nlr.nl]
Sent: Monday, August 11, 2008 3:05 AM
To: 'hobbit at hswn.dk'
Subject: RE: [hobbit] Turn Hostnames into hyperlinks?
You can also create small hostname.html files with hyperlinks in the
Here you can put information about the host and what ever you like.
From: Phil Meech [mailto:pmeech at gmail.com]
Sent: maandag 11 augustus 2008 8:39
To: hobbit at hswn.dk
Subject: Re: [hobbit] Turn Hostnames into hyperlinks?
On each host in the bb-hosts file you can add href links to the NAME: tag
0.0.0.0 myhostname.dyndns.org #NAME:"<a
This replaces the html links on all the bb pages from taking you to the
group/page that the host belongs to, to whatever you specified in the NAME
I hope this is what you were after!
On Fri, Aug 8, 2008 at 5:45 PM, Chris Williamson
<cwilliamson at mail.fortitudetech.com> wrote:
Please forgive me if I'm not reaching out to the right place..
For each host I have listed on BBDisplay, I want to turn their name into a
hyperlink that takes me to a weather page for that customer's location. I
was able to insert an html hyperlink into the index.html for that customer-
and it worked! Though the index.html refreshes every minute and ends up
removing my tag. Can someone shine some light on this for me- or direct me
to the right place to ask this question? Very very much appreciated.
Infrastructure Support Specialist
Fortitude Technology, Inc.
Ph: (858) 571-3614 ext. 107
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