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  5.        <title>Ravens PHP Scripts And Web Hosting News - Ravens PHP Scripts</title>
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  8.        <lastBuildDate>Wed, 29 Mar 2017 03:14:11 -0500</lastBuildDate>
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  11.            <title>Part-time, project-based PHP work</title>
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  13.            <description><![CDATA[<p>&nbsp;Please PM kguske if you're interested in part-time, project-based PHP work.</p>]]></description>
  14.            <author> [email protected] (kguske)</author>
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  18.            <title>RNYA and nukeSPAM enhancements</title>
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  20.            <description><![CDATA[<p><span>It's been a while, but we haven't stopped looking for ways to help websites expand their reach and operate more efficiently. &nbsp;Since member management continues to be a challenge, especially with the continued onslaught of spammers, the current focus for nukeSEO is on these areas.</span></p>
  21. <p>Your feedback in the forums will help determine priorities. &nbsp;Please add comments&nbsp;<a href="">here</a>, where you'll also find more detailed discussion on these topics.</p>
  22. <p>Currently, we're looking to:</p>
  23. <ul>
  24.    <li>RNYA&nbsp;
  25.    <ul>
  26.        <li>Replace the grid, search and maintenance functions with the DataTables class used in nukeSPAM</li>
  27.        <li>Add functions to delete users without notification and add domain / subdomain to the blocked mail domains list</li>
  28.        <li>Share blocked mail domains list across sites</li>
  29.        <li>Add tools for removing members who never logged in, identifying members from blocked domains</li>
  30.    </ul>
  31.    </li>
  32.    <li>nukeSPAM
  33.    <ul>
  34.        <li>Integrate nukeSPAM with RNYA&nbsp;for simplified domain blocking (e.g. add this domain / subdomain to the blocked domains list)</li>
  35.        <li>Integrate nukeSPAM with additional blocking tools for:
  36.        <ul>
  37.            <li>Email validation services</li>
  38.            <li>Disposable Email Address lists / services</li>
  39.        </ul>
  40.        </li>
  41.        <li>Auto-block domains / subdomains with multiple offenders</li>
  42.    </ul>
  43.    </li>
  44. </ul>
  45. <p>Please let us know what you think at&nbsp;<a href=""></a>.</p>]]></description>
  46.            <author> [email protected] (kguske)</author>
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  50.            <title>PHP Resources</title>
  51.            <link></link>
  52.            <description><![CDATA[<p>In addition to providing reviews of web hosting companies, provides a <a href="" target="_blank">collection of PHP resources</a>, including:</p>
  53. <ul>
  54.    <li>Tutorials for PHP beginners</li>
  55.    <li>Intermediate and Advanced PHP Tutorials</li>
  56.    <li>PHP Reference Material</li>
  57.    <li>PHP Development Tools</li>
  58.    <li>PHP&nbsp;Frameworks</li>
  59.    <li>and more</li>
  60. </ul>
  61. <p>Check it out!</p>]]></description>
  62.            <author> [email protected] (kguske)</author>
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  66.            <title>Modern PHP server stack</title>
  67.            <link></link>
  68.            <description><![CDATA[<p>&nbsp;Carl Alexander describes the <a href="" target="_blank">modern PHP&nbsp;application server stack</a> with recommendations for:</p>
  69. <ul>
  70.    <li>Web server</li>
  71.    <li>HTTP&nbsp;Cache</li>
  72.    <li>PHP</li>
  73.    <li>Database Server</li>
  74.    <li>Object Cache</li>
  75.    <li>Deployment Tools</li>
  76. </ul>
  77. <p>This is a well-written article based on a presentation from WordCamp San Diego 2016, later republished in Smashing Magazine.&nbsp; Check it out!</p>
  78. <p><img width="700" height="92" src="" alt="" />&nbsp;</p>]]></description>
  79.            <author> [email protected] (kguske)</author>
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  83.            <title>Favicon &amp; App Icon Generator</title>
  84.            <link></link>
  85.            <description><![CDATA[<p>What are Favicons? <br />
  86. <br />
  87. Favicons are small 16x16 icon files that are displayed next to the URL of your site in a browser's address bar. Additionally they're often displayed next to the name of your site in a user's list of open tabs and bookmark listings making it easier for the user to quickly identify amongst other sites. <br />
  88. <br />
  89. What are App Icons? <br />
  90. <br />
  91. App Icons are the images you press on your smartphone to launch an application. As newer phones are released with higher resolution screens, higher resolution app icons are needed. Developers still want to maintain support for the older phones with lower resoltion so when you create an app icon you need to create several size variations of the same image. This is true for all smartphones like the iPhone and Android, and even tablets like iPad. <br />
  92. <br />
  93. more: <a title="Favicon &amp; App Icon Generator" href="">Dan's Tools</a></p>]]></description>
  94.            <author> [email protected] (kguske)</author>
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  98.            <title>Apache HTTP Server Tutorial</title>
  99.            <link></link>
  100.            <description><![CDATA[<p>Apache HTTP Server Tutorial: .htaccess files <br />
  101. <br />
  102. What they are/How to use them <br />
  103. <br />
  104. .htaccess files provide a way to make configuration changes on a per-directory basis. <br />
  105. <br />
  106. .htaccess files (or &quot;distributed configuration files&quot;) provide a way to make configuration changes on a per-directory basis. A file, containing one or more configuration directives, is placed in a particular document directory, and the directives apply to that directory, and all subdirectories thereof. <br />
  107. <br />
  108. Note: <br />
  109. <br />
  110. If you want to call your .htaccess file something else, you can change the name of the file using the AccessFileName directive. For example, if you would rather call the file .config then you can put the following in your server configuration file: <br />
  111. <br />
  112. AccessFileName &quot;.config&quot; <br />
  113. <br />
  114. more: <a title="Apache HTTP Server Tutorial" href="">Apache</a></p>]]></description>
  115.            <author> [email protected] (kguske)</author>
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  119.            <title>RavenNuke Fork</title>
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  121.            <description><![CDATA[<p>&nbsp;I wrote at an earlier time about forking RavenNuke but have now decided not to. The reason is simple, there is nothing that can be forked. It's such a complete system I find nothing to improve on except the theme system. So that's the reason for my post.&nbsp;</p>
  122. <p>I work on the integration of my new module each evening until late at night, I'm a noon day sleeper. Anyhow, I have been completely rebuilding the process of designing themes. But until I complete the entire module I can't offer any of the 21 I have now for download. They won't work on any other Nuke site now.&nbsp;</p>
  123. <p>One thing I wanted to mention is the button maker I have on my site now. It produces the css3 code which can be inserted into your style sheet and called up as either a class or id in any container div, span, p. I use it all over my site. Take a look if you find some extra time on your hands, you don't need to be a member to use it.&nbsp;</p>
  124. <p>My thinking has always been if you have a website then all pages &nbsp;should look the same. I have a simple drop down menu now but that is going to change. I have an idea in mind that I may run with. There's no blocks like the ones we are used to I will be integrating side sliding content features. I have already coded them and just need to study over them some.</p>
  125. <p>I can build a nice theme in under 5 minutes. Well enough typing &nbsp;:)</p>
  126. <p>Cheers!</p>]]></description>
  127.            <author> [email protected] (kguske)</author>
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  131.            <title>URL redirection generator tool</title>
  132.            <link></link>
  133.            <description><![CDATA[<p>Cross-browser client side URL redirection generator tool <br />
  134. <br />
  135. An advanced online tool to create well supported URL redirect scripts. This is very useful, when you can not use server side redirection techniques. Due to the cross-browser solution, no-script support and SEO friendly code, this tool became popular among webmasters around the world. <br />
  136. <br />
  137. <a title="URL redirection generator tool" href="">Insider Zone</a></p>]]></description>
  138.            <author> [email protected] (kguske)</author>
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  142.            <title>Iterators and generators</title>
  143.            <link></link>
  144.            <description><![CDATA[<p>Processing each of the items in a collection is a very common operation. JavaScript provides a number of ways of iterating over a collection, from simple for loops to map() and filter(). Iterators and Generators bring the concept of iteration directly into the core language and provide a mechanism for customizing the behavior of for...of loops. <br />
  145. <br />
  146. more: <a href="" title="Iterators and generators">Mozilla Developer Network</a></p>]]></description>
  147.            <author> [email protected] (kguske)</author>
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  151.            <title>SQL Injection Attacks by Example</title>
  152.            <link></link>
  153.            <description><![CDATA[<p>&quot;SQL Injection&quot; is subset of the an unverified/unsanitized user input vulnerability (&quot;buffer overflows&quot; are a different subset), and the idea is to convince the application to run SQL code that was not intended. If the application is creating SQL strings naively on the fly and then running them, it's straightforward to create some real surprises. <br />
  154. <br />
  155. We'll note that this was a somewhat winding road with more than one wrong turn, and others with more experience will certainly have different -- and better -- approaches. But the fact that we were successful does suggest that we were not entirely misguided. <br />
  156. <br />
  157. There have been other papers on SQL injection, including some that are much more detailed, but this one shows the rationale of discovery as much as the process of exploitation. <br />
  158. <br />
  159. more: <a href="" title="SQL Injection Attacks by Example ">UnixWiz</a></p>]]></description>
  160.            <author> [email protected] (kguske)</author>
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