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XBox 360 Gamercard

RichAlot's Gamercard

Blog CFC Gamercard Pod

As I continue to work on the design of the site, I decided to share something some of you may find useful. I've created a pod for Ray Camden's BlogCFC (this blog) that will display your Xbox 360 gamercard. The data is pulled from mygamercard.net and can be displayed in both jpg and flash formats - you choose. You can download the file using the link below this post or just copy the source code. New pod installation instructions can be found in the BlogCFC Forum. Keep in mind this is a designer's attempt at sticking their nose in a developer's world so don't flame my code too baldy.

<cfsetting enablecfoutputonly=true>
<cfprocessingdirective pageencoding="utf-8">

<!---
Name : gamercard.cfm
Author : Rich Alot
Created : December 15, 2005
Last Updated : December 15, 2005
History :
Purpose : Display Xbox 360 Gamercard from mygamercard.net
--->

<cfmodule template="../../tags/podlayout.cfm" title="Gamercard">

<!--- Enter your gamertage and select a format (image or flash) --->
<cfset gamertag = "">
<cfset format = "flash">

<cfoutput>
<div style="text-align:center; margin:2px 0px;">
<cfif format is "image">
<img src="http://card.mygamercard.net/#gamertag#.jpg" width="197" height="135" alt="#gamertag#'s Gamercard" />
<cfelse>
<embed src="http://card.mygamercard.net/#gamertag#.swf" classid="clsid:D27CDB6E-AE6D-11cf-96B8-444553540000" quality="high" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" width="197" height="135">
</embed>
</cfif>
</div>
</cfoutput>

</cfmodule>
<cfsetting enablecfoutputonly=false>

First "Web-Based" Freelance Contact

Over the last few years I've been doing business as Sol Innovations. I've built a nice little portfolio by basically doing odd jobs thanks to word-of-mouth references. Well today the big one tugged on the line, and I'm hoping the test is strong enough to reel 'er in. Someone, somehow, found Sol Innovations and contacted me regarding some freelance work. Here's to hoping the snowflake becomes an avalance and I can eventually venture off on my own. Good news aside, now I'm going to go nuts worrying about having to get Sol Innovations working up to my standards.