With scroll, one can enable or disable scrolling. If the output is not redirected, it is wise to leave it enabled.
The wordcolor option makes ccze search for different keywords in unparsed input, and color those too. Since it is quite fast, and makes the output look better, it is recommended to leave this enabled.
However, lookups is an option that might be better to disable. When on, ccze will try to look up usernames, service names, and lots of other stuff, which will slow down coloring a great deal. If one is piping a long log through ccze, this option might be turned off to speed up the process.
With the transparent option, one can make CCZE treat black background colors as transparent - that means, a black background will appear transparent in a similar X terminal. If turned off, it will appear as black.
If cssfile is set, then CCZE will not inline the Cascading Style Sheet information into the outputted HTML, but include a link to the external stylesheet given in this parameter.
At the moment, the following modules are bundled with the official release:
As a side-effect, all compatible formats, like pure-ftpd(8)'s common-log format is also supported by this plugin.
If neither of these files exist on your system, consider using the ccze-dump utility in the source tree, which dumps the default color set to standard output.