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July, 2010

  • 9 July

    Configuring PHP: php.ini and phpinfo

    With your own dedicated server, many of the configuration tasks fall squarely on your shoulders. PHP is no exception. Most of the PHP configuration settings are found in the php.ini file, which is often located in /etc/php.ini on Linux servers. You must edit the file as root, and any configuration …

June, 2010

  • 30 June

    Apache HTTP Server Optimization: Part 3

    StartServers You have already configured Apache to control the number of child processes to keep running. This directive will tell Apache how many to start initially when your server first boots. Depending on the level of traffic you expect to get, this number may be low or high. For general …

  • 16 June

    Permissions for Common File Types

    In a previous post, I explained how to use chmod to change file permissions and also provided some security tips to ensure your file permissions are not more permissive than they need to be. Looking back on those posts, I think it would be useful to list some common file …

  • 3 June

    More Joomla Security Tips

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    Yesterday, I highlighted some of the critical Joomla security issues that you should consider. Here are a few more you should add to your list: All of these can be set within your local php.ini directory (if your server allows it), rather than manipulating the global one for the server. …

  • 2 June

    Joomla Security Tips

    Joomla is a powerful free and open source content management system. It has become very popular, and many web hosting provider offer instant installer scripts that can automatically install Joomla onto a customer’s website. In certain, situations, however, you may prefer to install Joomla yourself. When you do, there are …

  • 1 June

    PHP Mail Vs. SMTP Mailing Lists

    Whether your goal is marketing or simply communicating with your website’s online community, there comes a time when you need to send out a mass email. I am not suggesting you spam your customers or users. What I do suggest, however, is that you have some way of contacting people …

May, 2010

  • 13 May

    What is PHP Safe Mode?

    A “safe mode” in general is a term used to refer to software that has all but the most critical components disabled in order to increase stability. Often times when there is a stability or security issue, running in safe mode will allow the user to still access the system …

  • 10 May

    Advantages of Server-Side Scripting

    Server-side scripting means that a script that is executed on a website will be processed by the server and then displayed as regular HTML in the user’s browser. The alternative to it, client-side scripting relies on the user’s own browser, often including plugins, to execute the designated scripts. Both are …

April, 2010

  • 28 April

    PHP: How to Select Multiple Database Tables

    Selecting a MySQL database table with a PHP document is a quick way to get certain output onto a web page with very little coding or effort. You may want nothing more than a simple printout of the database table or something more complex like a full web application. Regardless …

  • 21 April

    Create your own social networking site

    If you hope to compete with Facebook, LinkedIn, or even MySpace, stop reading now. I am not promising anything like that, but in some cases, you might want to make a small social network for a particular student group, organization, niche market, city or town, or people with particular cultural …

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