Posted 12 December 2003 - 01:51 PM
We have opened a new site, dedicated to helping you all learn better the PHP language, providing tutorials, PHP quick tips, sample codes and much more in the very near future.
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Posted 17 December 2003 - 11:31 AM
If you want your site to appear more professional, I'd advise creating your own system. If you haven't done that before, it shouldn't be too hard--just some database interaction with PHP.
Posted 17 December 2003 - 02:25 PM
Posnuke is a good script if you know how to use it right. When you say it's terrible, what exactly do you mean? Saying it's terrible without giving any proof is just a bare statement that has a right to exist, but will stay just that - bare, ungrounded statement.
If you care to elaborate more on that, I will be glad to discuss it with you. Until then - cheers.
Posted 18 December 2003 - 01:22 AM
Well, actually, that's the main reason I didn't really mention any of the problems. I'm sure there are tons of people here who think it's like one of the best scripts ever made, so I don't really want to start a flame war against me.
Originally posted by phpdeveloper
If you care to elaborate more on that, I will be glad to discuss it with you.
If you go do a Google search for "PostNuke security holes," you'll find tons of vulnerabilities.
And I'm really not saying you need to reinvent the wheel, but, like I said, PostNuke and related software make a page look extremely unprofessional.
Posted 18 December 2003 - 08:18 AM
I actually did the search as you suggested and found only a few bugs related to older versions:
http://www.google.co... security holes
Now if you look at the Postnuke download page, you'll see that the latest release was in July, and no security holes have been found since then:
And this is the Download page for phpNuke:
Checking the Changelog file will explain everything.
PostNuke has been designed off the phpNuke but with security in mind, so it's less prone to vulnerabilities.
Posted 16 January 2004 - 10:31 AM
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:/ wouldn't even let me see,
i have a question for you phpd.
do you have anything about using other ppl's scripts on there? or do you suggest they should learn themselfs?
:/ i wanna look because i'm trying to gain more knowledge of php
Posted 18 January 2004 - 11:22 AM
Start an engine from scratch? You mean a site engine like postnuke? Not too hard, but will take you a long time to complete.
Yes of course its not hard, but it does look better if you trying to teach people or show people what PHP is wouldnt it be best if you showed that you have some sort of knowledge by doing something yourself. Please do not take me wrong you could be a great PHP Programmer but all i am saying it doesnt look good for you if you take easy options.
Posted 18 January 2004 - 01:07 PM
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