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When a new member visit my site , i would like to appear a box for him asking him if he would like to add my site to his homepage . is that possible  guys?

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When a new member visit my site , i would like to appear a box for him asking him if he would like to add my site to his homepage . is that possible  guys? but if a member already have my site to his homepage then to dont ask him. Is there any solution for this ? thanks
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I think it is possible only in IE, below are a few examples:
http://rainbow.arch.scriptmania.com/scripts/make_home.html
http://www.codelifter.com/main/javascript/homepage1.html
http://www.designerwiz.com/JavaScripts/make_homepage.htm

Hope this helps, these scritps rely on Javascript.
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by:Rok-Kralj
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Yes, it is working only in IE. For FF you can ask user to press CTRL+D to bookmark your page.
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