To receive HTML from the SafariBox, use an URL like this:
If your blog software can make HTTP calls at page-construction time, you can use this version to dynamically generate SafariBox content into your statically served pages. I'm doing that in a Radio UserLand macro, for example.
That's the method I'm using in this post. There's a character encoding/decoding glitch, by the way. If you see "Top?5" instead of "Top 5", the question mark was was originally, I think, a Unicode non-breaking space -- U+00A0. My Radio UserLand macro sees it as \xA0, and converts it to a space. Firefox renders it as a question-mark when using the UTF-8 encoding, but as a space when you switch to ISO-8859-1. MSIE, though, seems to render it as a space using either encoding. Go figure.
Former URL: http://weblog.infoworld.com/udell/2004/04/16.html#a974