This question became important to me, since I’m setting up a Horde environment and want to use the system accounts. Doing some search I found mainly 4 ways of doing that, which all seem to have some drawbacks. Now I’m wondering, which one is most secure or if I’m missing some alternatives.
Context: I am making an in-browser control panel that gives me one button access to a library of scripts (.sh and .php) that I’ve written to process various kinds of data for a project. It’s a “one stop shop” for managing data for this project.
I just spun up an Ubuntu 11.10 box and then ran
apt-get install apache2 php5 to install apache2 and PHP 5 on the box. Now it is functioning as a “web server” and it loads the “It Works!” page. Now I’m trying to tighten up security and I have the following questions about linux web servers:
I’ve got problems with installing PHP 5.5.13 (last stable build) on a CentOS 6.5 (64 bit) machine, through
I have two different
AJAX load more functions in my website. One for my archive page, the second for the taxonomy page.
Basically I’m looking for something like this:
I am creating a theme for my site. I would like to display the last 5 articles on the home page but with a different display for the first articles.
So I created this code that I try to tweak but impossible to display the first article with the first template and the 4 others with the second template. I don’t know if it’s possible to do it the way I want to do it, but this way seems to be the easiest
I have below snippet but it doesn’t match what I want exactly.It avoids load any css file for my theme but also I want load stylepure.css. The stylepure css doesn’t contain unused css so I want to load only it for my homepage. How can I except the css file? thanks
Is there a way to verify if a category is child of another category? For example if I have clothes category and in that category I have t-shirts as sub-category. To do something like: is parent category clothes? Yes, so display text. I hope that you understand me. Thanks in advance!