Justin Pearce
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Plain Text email support: Is it still needed in 2011?
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It depends upon the people you are trying to reach with your emails. Do you absolutely need to have a text side to your emails? No. However you should consider: There are still a number of email ...

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How to set suhosin.post.max_vars in a htaccess file
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The problem is that Apache doesn't know what to do with those values, hence the internal server error. You need to change the lines to the following: php_value suhosin.post.max_vars 8000 php_value ...

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DNS takes too long to resolve
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It would appear, according to the metric you're using, that DNS is not the real reason that your site is 'slow'. According to this utility, DNS takes 1 milisecond to resolve. 15.73 seconds are spent ...

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What is an application pool in IIS?
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Applications Pools are a way to segregate the worker processes that on IIS between web applications. They provide the ability to group common applications together so that they can share resources. ...

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How to deal with browser compatibility with HTML5 and CSS3?
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Unfortunately there is little you can do for the users that use older browsers, whether it be out of ignorance, inability to update (in the case of a corporate environment), or lack of money for newer ...

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MCrypt Module, Rijndael-256
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SHA* or MD5 are not encryption. They generate hashes. Hashes are one way, in that once you have something it is unrecoverable (unless you have a known value associated with a known hash). Hashes are ...

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What influences the loading of a web page?
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What influences the loading of a web page? There are a great many things that influence the loading of a web page. The obvious ones are: Size and number of images on page. More images means more ...

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What is the maximum number of characters in the utm_content param in GA?
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If utm_content is a URI, then the according to RFC 2616 they can be any length (however URIs over 255 bytes in length may cause issues for older browsers and proxies). In reality, most browsers can't ...

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How important is it to be W3C complaint?
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Your website may have errors, but it really depends upon the type of error. Are they broken links? If they are, you should fix them as they may negatively impact your search engine ranking. Are they ...

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mod_rewrite for directories
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Now that I can see there were lines before what you had, I think you need to change the first lines of the file as such: RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d ...

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what are the best tools for website penetration test?
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You'll have to be more specific on the Firewall part of your question. SQL/Code injection testing can be done using Metasploit (http://metasploit.com/), since it's one of the most powerful/best ...

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OpenCart template $module code
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Is modules defined? Do you know if you have modules set to show where that code is in the template? You can do this: <?php if($modules){ foreach ($modules as $module) { ...

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How to organize /var/www/ for multiple users and vhosts in apache
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If you have multiple users with different websites on your server, it's commonplace to place the user's website in a directory within their home folder and use the Apache configuration to point the ...

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What's causing warnings when clicking a link in a newsletter/email message?
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Internet Explorer has a 'feature' to warn the user if they are visiting a page that contains 'mixed content' (secure and unsecured items). If the user's connection to their email is secure (For ...

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GoDaddy's 301 redirect/forwarding has some weird random middleman URL, kills link juice?
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In order to do a 301 redirect, there needs to be a server at the specified location to reply to the browser's request for content with a location like: HTTP/1.1 301 Moved Permanently Location: http://...

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Joomla! 2.5 -- Adding a custom field to menu-item-edit-form
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Try changing the line: <fields name="main"> in your XML file to: <fields name="params"> This way the plugin system knows that it needs to add this form in the params section of the ...

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Are there any risk if your DNS's SOA or admin contact are using the same domain as the DNS
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I do not think there is any significant problem with having your contact info be on the same domain as your domain name. In fact, it might actually be more secure, as free services may have security ...

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How to setup a reseller account on a subdomain?
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If you already have the account setup to have the subdomain as it's name, the only work that would need to be done on your primary domain name would be to set up the subdomain's hostname with the ip ...

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Apache Vs. lighthttpd?
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The biggest thing you have to know is that lighttpd doesn't have the same URL rewriting flexibility as Apache. Any URL rewriting has to be put directly into the lighttpd configuration files as opposed ...

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how to restore email from only a full website backup?
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Unfortunately, there is no good way to move the email from a cPanel backup into GMail. Ordinarily, you would either use a desktop client to download the messages and push them to GMail or have GMail ...

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Redirecting a subdomain to an HTTPS website
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Change the open body tag of your html to the following: <body onload="window.location='https://third-party-domain.com';"> This will execute javascript to set the URL the window uses to the new ...

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eNom .com domain in reactivation period, expires in 2012
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According to the Enom Registration Agreement: a. Reactivation Period Process. For a period of approximately 30 days after expiration of the term of domain name registration services, we may provide ...

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Bluehost Automatic Sub-domain Creation
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It can be done using Apache URL rewriting (something similar was asked about here: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/49500/apache-rewrite-based-on-subdomain).

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Program for FTP syncing, but only happens once?
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I would suggest a Linux based solution, for ease of scripting and ubiquity of utilities. Install 'wput' on your Linux machine Make the following shell script: #!/bin/bash find /path/to/your/files -...

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What I need to know if I want credit card payments in an ecommerce website
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Instead of Authorize.Net or Paypal, you might look into FirstData (http://www.firstdata.com). I have used their PHP API before but they also offer an ASP and ASN.NET API for talking to their systems. ...

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How do I map some subdirectories to run alongside a Drupal site?
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If you are trying to get sub directories outside of the document root to appear as a part of the document root, you should use mod_alias: Alias /subdirectory /path/to/real/subdirectory So if you had ...

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How did this malicious code get into a site?
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1) Strong passwords (12+ chars, letter+number+specials chars), use of trusted code, application of published security updates to managed code. 2) Virus/Malware scanning at least. If intrusion is ...

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Redirect requests to another folder
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Could use mod_alias to make it happen: Alias /path/to/test /path/to/test1 Put this into your config for the website (or the config for the virtual host). If you have overrides enabled for the ...

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PHP photo/album gallery script with an admin backend and easy to integrate
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Have you considered the following? http://gallery.menalto.com/

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Embedding my website's videos in Facebook?
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Youtube uses a iframe that is sized to fit the video player. Theoretically, you could do the same with your own video content. <iframe width="X" height="Y" src="http://www.example.com/...

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