Laser Tagger Profile Database

If you are new to the Tagger Profile Database, you might want to read some of the information below.

  1. What is this database for?
  2. What's New?
  3. How do I use it?
    1. How to use the Database Interface
    2. Search Options
    3. How to create your Tagger Profile
    4. How to update your Tagger Profile
  4. Other Information
    1. Link to your Tagger Profile!
    2. WARNING!
    3. Thanks!

What is this database for?

This database is specifically designed to store and allow simple updates to personal information about a fan/player of Laser Tag Gaming, and to allow LTag fans to read about each other and find another fan in their area, or with similar interests or qualities.
If you are a fan of Laser Tag Gaming, you are encouraged to Create your Tagger Profile in this database. Other LTag fans will be able to read about you, and contact you if they like (and if you provide contact information such as an e-mail address).
All you have to do is have fun! Read about other fans! Share your info with other fans! Make this database the best it can be! :)
Oh, and it's free, in case you were wondering.

What's New?

At the moment, this whole thing is new. If I make any noteworthy updates after the debut, I'll list them here.

How do I use it?

How to use the Database Interface...

Use the database interface to search for and read other Tagger Profiles. Just enter your search criteria, and have fun!
  1. The simple Search form is to the left. You can also use the slightly expanded Search options available below. The same form will appear if you click the Search button with no terms entered.
  2. If you want to just browse through all the Profiles in the database, click the "List All by Pagename" link, which also appears just below any search results.
  3. If you are looking for a friend or player with similar interests, just enter that as a keyword (i.e. I would enter "Seattle" to search for someone that lives near me).
  4. Results will appear in the frame on the left. Just click the link to the Profile you want to view. That Profile will appear in this window.
  5. To get back to this page, follow the link that says "Main Page".

Search Options

Enter your keywords: Exact Match Search

How to CREATE Your Tagger Profile...

Follow these simple guidelines to avoid any problems when creating a new Profile.

  1. Note: fictional Tagger Profiles are strongly discouraged. It's ok to leave things blank, or to be humorous, but a completely fictional Profile will be deleted.
  2. Form fields noted in RED are required.
  3. Password is CASE SENSITIVE. Choose it wisely.
  4. Pagename is user-assigned, and MUST be unique. ALL non-alphanumeric characters (including spaces, but you may use underscores "_") will be removed and uppercase will be changed to lowercase. Do not include the .htm or .html extension, the script will add that later.
  5. Only ONE e-mail address allowed.
  6. To CREATE your Tagger Profile go to the Tagger Profile Creation Form.
  7. After your Tagger Profile is created, you'll see a confirmation screen with your pagename, password, and Tagger Profile URL for future reference. You'll also get an HTML code snippet you can add to your web site that links visitors directly to your Tagger Profile. Be sure to save this information somewhere for future reference. Once you leave this page, you miss your chance to copy the information... well, until you update your Profile again, that is.

How to UPDATE Your Tagger Profile...

Follow these simple guidelines to update your Profile.

  1. Do a search for your Profile, or List All by Pagename.
  2. View your Profile
  3. Scroll to the bottom of the page (your Profile). At the bottom of the page there will be a password entry form.
  4. Enter your correct (CaSe SeNsItIvE) password in the blank and submit the form.
  5. Make any corrections or updates to the information in the subsequent form, and submit the form.
  6. Your Profile has been updated!

Other Information

Link to your Tagger Profile

  1. Use the following code for your Tagger Profile. Copy and paste this code into your web page.
    <A HREF="" TARGET="_top"><IMG SRC="" WIDTH=135 HEIGHT=50 ALT="Read my Tagger Profile" BORDER="0"></A>
  2. It will look like this:
    Read my Tagger Profile
  3. Be SURE to change the "pagename" part of the URL to the pagename for YOUR Tagger Profile, or the link will not work properly.
  4. You are welcome to modify the code to suit your web page layout.


This Database should NOT be considered secure by any stretch of the imagination. Sure, there's a password for each Profile, which should prevent tampering by the various malcontents, but will in no way stop a real hacker from messing things up. Treat this database as nothing more than a fun way to share some "fan" tidbits with other LTag fans. If you're a hacker, go for bigger fish, you slacker.

It has been noted that certain unscrupulous people (namely perverts) *might* discover this site and use the information found in this database to contact you and somehow seduce you or something. My point is, as with any repository of information on the internet, ANYONE can access it. So, if you're paranoid about this kind of thing, either don't include anything overly personal, or don't create your entry at all. I am *personally* not worried about this sort of thing, because I'm not stupid enough to place myself into a potentially dangerous situation with a complete stranger! I would hope that all of you would have the same common sense. If someone does contact you and you want to meet them, do so in a familiar public place, with lots of people, and a known escape route, and bring some kind of defense, like pepper spray or an alarm/whistle device. If you are a minor, bring your parent or an adult.


SEARCH_ENGINE.CGI, Authors: Gunther Birznieks and Eric Tachibana (Selena Sol), Version: 1.0. This search script was modified by Greg Gaub for use in the Tagger Profile Database.

HomePageMaker v.1.6 (Basis for the Profile Creation/Update Script) written by Dave Palmer, modified by Greg Mathews. This script/code/source/related pages have further been extensively modified by Greg Gaub to suit the needs of the Tagger Profile Database.

I'd like to thank all the LTag fans that provided suggestions for this database. Suggestions continue to be welcome. There's no reason this database cannot continue to improve! To contact me directly, just click here, edit the e-mail address as obviously necessary, and put "Tagger Profile Database" in the subject.
-Greg Gaub

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