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Date: 2006-11-25 05:50
Size: 26.14 KB
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MD5: 2f127494ff77bde4769a729581b39358
Rating: 10.00(1)
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This is a multilingual installer for Geeklog-1.4.1b2. English and Japanese language files are included.
USAGE: Uncompress the archive file into your admin/install directory and run http://yoursite/admin/install/install.php.
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Date: 2006-02-18 11:32
Size: 27.60 KB
Version: 1.4.0
MD5: 79a615acb134df15fb08596b2dca4bbe
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This hack checks the url given in a trackback, and ensures that the page has a link back to your site or disallows the post as SPAM.
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Date: 2014-11-27 16:21
Size: 56.70 KB
Version: 0.1.beta
MD5: 61e649dd9db1e01985d26585e98520f4
Submitter: remy
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This addition will make your life as a theme developer or plugin coder more relaxed. The principle relies on using wireframes.
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Date: 2007-10-08 10:41
Size: 21.73 KB
Version: 1
MD5: e7f67fd64db27876e3264ba66c14832d
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PHP was created so people could create websites by mixing code right in the HTML. When designers decided that mixing business logic with presentation was a bad thing, rather than using disciplined coding techniques to avoid that pitfall, the template library was born. So, an interpreted language designed to create HTML was being used to interpret template files to make HTML.

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Date: 2005-04-25 10:05
Size: 2.39 KB
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MD5: 42fc1fdc02f36e42bd266cd658784488
Submitter: rjrufo
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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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