Log on your website

Single log

If you have just one log use below code. Remember to change URL to link to your log. You will find it in My Logs in [Public log URL]
<iframe src="http://lf11.pl/lf11_log.php?log_id=1" frameborder="0" style="width:100%; height: 500px;"></iframe>

Multiple logs

If you have more than one log you can use that code. Description below :) - log_on_your_www.zip

Live demo - http://161at215.nstrefa.pl/index.php?show=log

  • Define log list
    $log['url'][1] = 'http://lf11.pl/lf11_log.php?log_id=1';	
    $log['call'][1] = '161AT215';								
    
    $log['url'][2] = 'http://lf11.pl/lf11_log.php?log_id=2';	
    $log['call'][2] = '47AT215';								
    
    $log['url'][3] = 'http://lf11.pl/lf11_log.php?log_id=22';	
    $log['call'][3] = '161AT/ID40 - 2012';	
  • Create select field with your logs
    if(!$_GET['log'] || $_GET['log'] == '')
    		{
    			$id = 2; // get 47AT215 log
    		}
    		else
    		{
    			$id = $_GET['log'];
    		}
    
    for($i=1; $i<=count($log['call']); $i++)
    {
    	if(($i == $_GET['log']) || (!isset($_GET['id']) && $i == $id)) $selected = 'selected'; else $selected = '';
        $llist.= '<option type="text" '.$selected.' value="' . $i . '">' . strtoupper($log['call'][$i]) . '</option>';
    }
    $content .= '
    <TABLE border="0" width="98%">
    	<TR>
    		<TD>
    			<form action="index.php?show=log" method="get" name="CheckLog">
    				<input type="hidden" name="show" value="log">
    				<select name="log" onchange="this.form.submit();">'.$llist.'</select>
    			</form>
    		</TD>
    	</TR>
    </TABLE>';
    
  • Present data on your website
    $content .= '<h1>'.$log['call'][$id].'</h1>';
    $content .= '<iframe src="'.$log['url'][$id].'" frameborder="0" style="width:100%; height: 500px;"></iframe>';