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A broad answer for a broad question. Pick any single technology (language, framework, library, etc.) for any tier and you'll often find that it was developed to best solve one particular subset of problems and will be lacking in other areas. Nothing out there is perfect. Each company has different needs and if you want to expand your marketability as an ...


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SMS Verification is a good idea, users have to be pretty committed to get duplicate phone numbers, bonus of giving you a database of your customers phone numbers for marketing purposes or following up after a period of time. There's various ways to do this depending on how you're constructing the website, which CMS, etc. One example in wordpress you could ...


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You're missing semicolons (;) at the end of your statements. See below fixed version: $pnamecheck=array("test"); if ($pname == $pnamecheck[$pid]) { echo "You are using a Licenced Version of Program."; } else { echo "You are using a Crack Version of Program!"; }


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I think the more you require in an account, the more difficult it is for one to reproduce it. By that, I mean you may want to require one's email address AND text messaging number and ask the user to confirm both pieces of information. For the texting option, an easy way is to send a message less than 140 characters to a special MMS email address. Usually ...


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Been dealing with this problem since 2001. No good way. Only option is to use Oauth 2.0 external authentications from Google/facebook/paypal and trust them to weed out duplicates.


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This may not always be positive SEO. If your source RSS contains link anchors that do not relate to your site content, Google cannot differentiate between those anchors and the links elsewhere on the page. This will cause a negative effect from an SEO perspective. Some people wish to have nofollows in all their RSS feed links - in fact WordPress RSS (and ...


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You'll need to: 1) Create a new A record for the subdomain, the process differs depending on your DNS setup. You may need to do this through your registrar, or if you're hosting your own DNS servers create the record yourself. 2) Setup a second virtual host in Apache. This should look something like <VirtualHost *:80> ServerName ...



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