If you've got a multitude of links and not enough space to display them all, how about using Matt's Random Link generator to mix it up a bit? This script randomly selects a URL from a database file within your web site and displays the URL link from your web page. Each time your web page loads a different link appears.
# Define Variables $linkfile = The system path to the database containing the URLs.
The system path is not the same as a URL. If your domain name was yourdomain.com the system path would be /u/web/yourdo where "yourdo" is the account userid.
As such, the Define Variables section of the Links script would follow this format:
# Set Variables $linkfile = "/u/web/<userid>/database.txt";
Be sure to substitute your domain name and userid in the example above. Although Matt's code is accurate, we recommend using the Perl Script checker within your account Control Panel when installing any Perl script.
To test the script, add the following tags to your HTML document:
<a href="/cgi-local/rand_link.pl">Random Link</a>