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Posted: Fri Mar 25, 2005 11:49 am Post subject: view threads latest posts in ukworkshop

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Perhaps I'm teaching grandmothers to suck eggs

but I found that if I placed the url of "view the latest threads" in my favourites I can go to this thread directly.

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THIS WAS ON MY SCREEN WHEN I OPENED THIS PAGE???????
have you a problem

admin edit: removed the code as it was a security risk (serverend PHP code)
 

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Hi,

That error should of only lasted about 7secs. I was uploading the new menu system and then relised the mod that let me use PHP code in the forums template system was lost when I updated the forum the other week :roll:

Sorry about that,
 

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it might be an idea to setup a local test environment Charley... Bit dicey editing the live site.

Easy to setup apache, php, myphpadmin, etc locally to test any changes before they go live
 

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Hi WiZeR,

Thanks for the suggestion. I do actually have a centos test server here at home.

It was just ment to be a simple upgrade but has turned out to be a nightmare. I've spent the past hour trying to find the 'php code' mod to let me use PHP in the templates but so far no luck :evil: Looks like I'm going to have to write the mod myself.
 

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Up the proverbial creek
Charley":323mz8rf said:
It was just ment to be a simple upgrade but has turned out to be a nightmare.
D'you know how comforting that is to hear for a non-techie such as myself? :D Every website upgrade I've ever done has turned out to be a nightmare. :roll:

Cheers, Alf
 
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just a note of caution with phpBB - another forum I frequent was hacked during the week, due to massive security holes in phpBB since version 10 (or so I was told by the guy who runs that forum); luckily, the hack wasn't too malicious - just the creation of a new forum - something to watch out for. I'm sure I could get details if you want.
 

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Thanks for the warning. Our version is the latest so we should be safe from the well known security holes. There has been major security holes in the past three versions of phpBB :?
 

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