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Category: Add-ons arrow Hacks
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Date: 2005-04-25 10:05
Size: 2.39 KB
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MD5: 42fc1fdc02f36e42bd266cd658784488
Submitter: rjrufo
Web: -
Rating: 0.00
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I modified optimize-cronjob from Dirk to work on my server. I don't have PHP set up to run as a shell script, so I had to call this via TCP/IP. It works the same way as Dirk's version, except that I added a security feature that will only allow for the local server to access the file. All outside requests will be denied. Follow the instructions in the README file, as well as within the file itself.
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Category: Add-ons arrow Hacks
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Date: 2005-04-16 21:11
Size: 6.04 KB
Version: 1.0
MD5: 5b60c54a7af0fa23497d18a99d996a18
Submitter: Blaine
Web: www.portalparts.com
Rating: 7.00(1)
Popularity: 1674   POP
Geeklog Custom Membership example with all needed code included.

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Category: Add-ons arrow Hacks
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Date: 2005-03-07 13:53
Size: 529 bytes
Version: 1.0
MD5: 34f1bcffe3c27462d4064cc6926b4f3b
Rating: 7.00(1)
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This is code for a static page that brings back the latest submitted and approved stories. If your site get frequent submissions this may be useful to list the stories. You can control the number of stories listed by changing the variable $numStories

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Category: Add-ons arrow Hacks
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Date: 2005-02-14 01:53
Size: 20.23 KB
Version: 1.3.2
MD5: 2c2f3ede68ae4d4344b028549b133344
Rating: 0.00
Popularity: 272   POP
Update 1.3.2 02/13/2005:
Primary Category Images were missing modified code to access protected store. (Modified filemgmt/index.php)

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Category: Add-ons arrow Hacks
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Date: 2005-01-14 12:54
Size: 82.82 KB
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MD5: 933b545d0713ebdb8270cdf8ccf60a93
Submitter: emagin
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Rating: 0.00
Popularity: 490   POP
A calendar hack to allow:
Use of categories in calendar
Dropdown to select All, cat1, cat2 etc
Categories are created by creating a group called cal_name (name becomes the category name)

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