On 03/12/99(13:22) you "Phill Edwards" <email@example.com> wrote
|I found your web site about DeleGate and wanted to ask you a question about
|it. Can you use DeleGate to modify the html before it gats passed back to
|the client? I am looking for some proxy software that can modify the html
|based on a set of configuration rules. The sorts of modifications it would
|need to do are changes to font colours, changes to font sizes, changes to
|the colours used in images, changes to widths of tables etc.
DeleGate has a mechanism named "external filter" and "CFI (common filter
interface)" to apply such conversion or translation filter for relayed
data via DeleGate. See "http://wall.etl.go.jp/mail-lists/delegate-en/287"
|The reason I need a product like this is because I need something to convert
|html content into a format that looks good on a TV screen rather than a PC
|monitor. Perhaps if DeleGate doesn't offer that you know of some other
|products which do?
"external filter" and CFI seems have been used for several years to
realize various value-added proxy services including such kind of HTML
Yutaka Sato <firstname.lastname@example.org> http://www.etl.go.jp/~ysato/ @ @
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