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Altering the Calendar

  • Tuesday, December 11 2001 @ 05:36 pm EST
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Announcements I'm trying to change the .php code that highlights the current day in both the master calendar and in the personal calendar. I haven't been able to find the code that manages that. Can someone please point me in the right direction? Thanks!

Hosting with openssl & curl lib

  • Friday, December 07 2001 @ 05:14 am EST
  • Contributed by: Anonymous
  • Views: 6,665
Geeklog.net Hi,
I`m looking for a hosting with the \"openssl\" & \"curl lib\" installed. Always
under linux whith apache, php & mysql.

I need this hosting for install an api php4 for register, modify & update
domains.

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* The OpenSSL library (required by CURL for SSL support).
Tested with: OpenSSL 0.9.6
OpenSSL: http://www.openssl.org/

* The CURL library (\"libcurl\"). Support for CURL must be compiled into your
PHP installation. Be sure to configure CURL with \"--with-ssl\".
Tested with: libcurl 7.4.1
CURL: http://curl.haxx.se/
PHP instructions: http://www.php.net/manual/ref.curl.php
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Regards,
Korben Crack
korbencrack@yahoo.com

Static Pages Plug-in Updated for 1.3 Beta 3

  • Wednesday, December 05 2001 @ 09:06 am EST
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Announcements I've just modified the static page plugin to work with the release of 1.3 beta 3. There were some hardcoded table names that would cause problems if you modified the geeklog tables name from their default values during installation.

For those of you that are unaware, this plugin allows you to quickly create simple semi-static webpage within your geeklog 1.3 beta 2 install. This is ideal for privacy policies, about us pages, etc.

You can get the the static page plugin here

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