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Online/Offline display on web page

Posted on 2004-09-24
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Basically I am trying to dynamically display the words online/offline if a user current is(not) using aol instant messenger.  Is this feasible?  If so, what code would I need in order to achieve this effect?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks.
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You could probeably do it with javascript by detecting what plugins they have but im really not sure!
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You could have the web server scan port 5190 to determine if they're using AIM.
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