WWW color names and equivalent RGB values. This modules defines color names
and their associated RGB values from various WWW specifications and
Test PSGI programs using WWW::Mechanize.
This is a subclass of WWW::Mechanize that uses the W3C DOM and provides support
from various web archives.
* http://www.archive.org - Internet Archive's Wayback Machine
* http://www.google.com - Google's page cache
This is useful if
1. Your web server crashed and you didn't have complete backups
2. A site (such as a valuable reference source) changed or went away and you
want to restore an old version of the site to your local disk
The Perl module WWW::Curl provides an interface to the cURL library "libcurl".
This module parses /robots.txt files which are used to forbid conforming
robots from accessing parts of a web site. The parsed files are kept in
a WWW::RobotRules object, and this object provides methods to check if
access to a given URL is prohibited.
http://www.wikipedia.org, which is a free, collaborative, online encyclopedia.
This module allows you to search for a topic and return the resulting entry.
It also gives you access to related topics which are also available via the
Wikipedia for that entry.
decoded_content utility method to WWW::Mechanize.
at http://www.tv.com. It allows to retrieve information
about tv shows by its TV.com code.
This is a little WWW-proxy that can communicate over both IPv4 and IPv6. It's
primary use is as stub-proxy between a IPv4-only browser and the rest of the
(v4 and v6) Internet. This proxy is meant to run on a client machine as
frontend to an IPv4-only browser and not to serve a large number of clients.
If you need the latter you're much better off with a full-fledged proxy like
This program is based on same code copyrighted by the Junkbusters Corp.