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  2. Welcome to Webmasterhut. Please feel free to browse around and get to know the others. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask.

  3. Hello Gh0st4unt3r, Welcome to Webmasterhut. Please feel free to browse around and get to know the others. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask. Gh0st4unt3r joined on the 01/18/2020. View Member
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  5. GameDomainPlanets Is a gaming blog for news and updates on popular title. View the full article
  6. Hey @Ashley yes im late but happy new year to you as well.😉
  7. I did the same as well, just keep playing with the code on a dummy site you will learn php in time.😉
  8. Welcome @GameDomainPlanet you can promote your site on here as well https://www.forumregister.com/ its one of my sites as well.....
  9. Once you get the very basics down, its not to bad. When I first started I really had no idea what I was doing. I self taught myself php and multiple other languages with the help of google and other sites.
  10. I have used Godaddy the last time I launched my blog, they are a great host to have. Very reliable and 99.9% uptime. Never had an issue with them the 6 months I used it. Ionos is a new one, never heard of them before, but they are a great service just like Godaddy, have not had an issue yet!
  11. Hey everyone, just wanted to share my gaming blog with you. https://gamedomainplanets.com - Blog https://gamedomainplanets.com/Forum - Forums The forums are fairly new, just trying to see if it will go anywhere.
  12. Welcome to Webmasterhut. Please feel free to browse around and get to know the others. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask.

  13. Hello GameDomainPlanet, Welcome to Webmasterhut. Please feel free to browse around and get to know the others. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask. GameDomainPlanet joined on the 01/16/2020. View Member
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  15. Site Name: Anonshare URL: https://anonshare.eu/ Type (Forum, Blog, Website, or Affiliate😞 Forum Category: Gaming, Webmasters, Entertainment Tags: gaming,web, design, graphics,movies,pubg,csgo Description: This community was built to help others with useful tutorials for software, hardware, internet and web design where we also share logos,icons,buttons,ranks,etc. We also have a gaming forum where we share gaming tips,guides and cheats to improve gaming skills in all kinds of games. Check it out and you may find what you are looking for. Sign up for full access. Announcement:We need moderators,click here to apply. Happy new year everybody
  16. Hello all, would you like free website advertising? sure you would so stop on over at https://www.forumregister.com/ and post your website today.
  17. Truck Pulling is known as “the world’s heaviest motorsport.” The goal of truck pulling is to determine the strongest truck and the best driver. Different to every other motorsport in the world, it is not about the speed, but distance pulled. The pulling track is a minimum of 30 feet wide by 320 feet long. Truck pulling is a competitive motor sport in which modified trucks drag a metal sled along a prescribed course. The sled contains a box filled with weight that is mechanically winched forward as the sled progresses along the course. Pulling this ever-increasing load eventually causes the vehicle to lose forward momentum and torque, although a rare few might indeed reach the end of the course, known as a “full pull.” The distance from start to finish is measured in thousandths of an inch and the truck that pulls the sled the farthest distance is declared the winner. If more than one competitor reaches the full pull mark, a pull-off is held to determine a winner. Competition-level trucks might look like standard trucks you see on the roads, but the similarities stop at the basic body and tires. Truck pulling is a sport based on horsepower and torque, which means that the engine must be modified to generate as much power as possible. Various classes have been developed for trucks based on limitations in the rules. View the full article
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  19. <h1>vBulletin 5.5.6 Changes and Updates</h1> <p>vBulletin 5.5.6 is now available to download customers. This version contains updates t o the content editor and security tools within the software.</p> <h2>Front End Changes</h2> <h3>CKEditor Update</h3> <p>The version of CKEditor distributed with vBulletin is now 4.13. This brings the editor up to date with the vendor's distributed version. While the visible functionality will not have changed much, a lot has changed behind the scenes. For more information on changes p lease see the CKEditor <a href="https://ckeditor.com/cke4/release-notes">changelog</a>.</p> <h4>Emoji Support</h4> <p>Emoji are similar to vBulletin's smilie functionality but are implemented via standard font characters instead of using images. When using a compatible database, you can enable UTF-8 Emoji within CKEditor. This allows over 1500 different emoji to be used by your users. E moji can be selected from a panel in the Richtext Editor or by automatic lookup when the u ser is typing.</p> <blockquote> <p>Note: In order to use this feature, your database must use a UTF8MB4 character set and collation.</p> </blockquote> <h4>Drag and Drop Uploads</h4> <p>You can now drag and drop allowed files within the editor window. This will give users more control over images uploaded to their content. To use this feature, users simply need to drag their attachments over the editor and drop them on the attachment panel. If the a ttachment panel is not open during the drag, it will automatically open.</p> <h2>Forum Listing Depth</h2> <p>A depth setting has been added to the Activity Stream module (Forum Home Page) and the Sub-Channel Display module (used on individual channel pages). This setting allows a max depth of 1, 2, or 3 channels. The behavior varies depending on the use of Category channels at the top level. For example:</p> <ol> <li>The home page allows showing Category (1) =&gt; Forum (2) =&gt; Subforum (3). If you don't use category channels and have it set to 3, it will still only show Forum =&gt; Subf orum when depth is set to 3. This is due to current limitations in the template code. This can affect the display if you have a mix of Categories and Forums that are not in categor ies. Setting this value to 1 or 2 will hide subforum listings.</li> <li>Forum channels typically show two levels as in Forum (1) =&gt; Subforum (2). At this t ime, the template system will limit this to a depth of 2 even if the value is set to 3.</li> </ol> <h2>Other Issues</h2> <ul> <li>Resolved an issue where the bread crumb links can be displayed off center in some them es.</li> <li>Modules now scroll a page at a time in the Site Builder Page Editor.</li> <li>Resolved an issue that resulted in large file sizes when resizing images.</li> <li>Resolved an issue that resulted in images being rejected before resizing.</li> </ul> <hr> <h2>Back End / AdminCP Changes</h2> <h3>Notices</h3> <p>To continue the merging of Notice and Announcement functionality, a number of enhanceme nts have been made to editing Notices in the AdminCP. These include:</p> <ul> <li>Notices now support BBCode in addition to HTML.</li> <li>Notices now support Smilie codes.</li> <li>URLs within Notices will be automatically parsed as links when the Notice is saved.</li> <li>Notices can be assigned to the &quot;Home Page&quot; channel in order to appear only o n the default home page.</li> </ul> <h3>Suspect File Diagnostics</h3> <p>The suspect file diagnostics has been rewritten and expanded to provide better file dia gnostics. This utility allows you to quickly search for altered, missing, or extra files w ithin your vBulletin directory. With the output provided and your own personal deployment records, you can use the Suspect File Diagnostics to help secure your server and make sure vBulletin's files are up to date. Several changes have been implemented:</p> <ol> <li>A list of the checksum files used for comparison will be displayed at the top of the o utput.</li> <li>A warning will be displayed if any of the checksum files are writable.</li> <li>It will scan all vBulletin directories. If a directory is unknown, you will be informe d of this fact.</li> <li>Static files (i.e images, javascript, and css files) will now be scanned.</li> <li>Problematic files will be listed at the top of the output.</li> <li>Safe directories will be collapsed to simplify the output.</li> <li>Additional file types will be checked. This includes .htaccess and image file extensio ns.</li> </ol> <h4>Known Limitations</h4> <ul> <li>Templates stored in the file system can trigger false positives. By default, these are stored in the <code>/core/cache/template</code> directory. You can move these out of the vBulletin directory if you wish.</li> <li>Some optional directories will be ignored. Notably, the directories used when storing CSS as files. These directories should be inspected manually if you suspect issues.</li> <li>Several files will not be checked. These include <code>/.htaccess</code>, <code>/config.php</code>, and <code>/core/includes/config.php</code>. You will need to manually inspect these files if you suspect changes.</li> </ul> <p>If you do not know how to manually inspect and update these files, the best course of a ction is to replace the files with new copies. If you need assistance please create a new topic in the appropriate forum.</p> <h3>Style Variable Editor</h3> <p>The Style Variable Editor has been enhanced.</p> <ul> <li>The default view will only show variable groups. This simplifies the display and allow s administrators to select a group of variables easier.</li> <li>The system will expand and contract the groups as you use them.</li> <li>When you search for one or more style variables, only the matches will be shown in a s implified list. Groups without a match will be hidden.</li> </ul> <h3>User Profile Fields</h3> <p>An option has been added to the User Profile Field editor to show the field and its lab el in the User Info block of topic starters and replies. You can set this option by editin g your existing User Profile Fields in the AdminCP.</p> <blockquote> <p>Note: If you are using template hooks to display these, you would need to inactivate/delete those hooks to prevent the double display of fields.</p> </blockquote> <h2>Security</h2> <h3>New Password Scheme</h3> <p>Support for the Argon2ID password hashing algorithm has been added to the system. This will be utilized if the server supports it. The server must be using PHP 7.3 or higher. PH P must be <a href="https://www.php.net/manual/en/password.installation.php">configured</a> to allow the Argon2ID algorithm. More information can be found <a href="https://www.erianna.com/introducing-support-for-argon2id-in-php73/">here</a>. If Argon2ID is not available, the system will continue to use the BCrypt algorithm for password storage. The cost for BCrypt has been increased to account for newer processors. </p> <p>For more information on password hashing please see the <a href="https://www.php.net/manual/en/function.password-hash.php">PHP documentation</a>.</p> <p>These changes should be transparent to end users.</p> <h3>Password Reset</h3> <p>A tool to invalidate all user passwords has been added to the AdminCP. This will update the password of all users except the currently logged in Administrator. Users will not be able to log in until they create a new valid password. This tool is located under Mainten ance -&gt; General Update Tools. For security purposes, this will only appear while the site is in <a href="https://www.vbulletin.com/go/vb5debug">Debug Mode</a>.</p> <h3>File Permissions</h3> <p>We recommend making the vBulletin directories and files write-protected for security purposes. If you need assistance with this, please contact your hos ting provider.</p> <h3>.htaccess</h3> <p>The .htaccess file has been rewritten to help improve security of the file system. The changes prevent direct access of PHP files in a number of directories. This will not affec t normal operations of vBulletin. It is recommended to use this file if you're using share d hosting.</p> <p>The use of .htaccess files within sub-directories has been changed. This has resulted in the removal of these files in some dire ctories as well as the addition of .htaccess files in others.</p> <h4>AdminCP Directory</h4> <p>The <code>/admincp/</code> directory in the vBulletin root has been removed for new installations. This directo ry is not needed for vBulletin to function properly. If you use the new .htaccess file pro vided in 5.6.0, you will need to delete this directory when upgrading.</p> <hr> <h2>Additional Information</h2> <p>All resolved issues can be seen in the issue tracker <a href="https://tracker.vbulletin.com/vbulletin5/roadmap">roadmap</a>.</p> <h3>Install / Upgrade</h3> <blockquote> <p>Note: When upgrading to 5.5.6, make note of the changes to the file structure. Most not ably, the /admincp directory has been removed. In addition to this, it is important to review the cha nges to the .htaccess file so that your site is as secure as possible.</p> </blockquote> <ul> <li><a href="https://www.vbulletin.com/forum/node/4391348">Installation Instructions</a></li> <li><a href="https://www.vbulletin.com/forum/node/4391346">Upgrade Instructions</a></li> </ul> <h3>File Cleanup</h3> <p>After upgrading your vBulletin system, you should delete any possible obsolete files. Y ou can obtain more information on why this is needed and instructions on how to do this in this <a href="https://www.vbulletin.com/forum/node/4391346"><strong>topic</strong></a> in the vBulletin 5 Installs &amp; Upgrades forum.</p> <h3>System Requirements</h3> <p>Minimum System Requirements</p> <ul> <li>PHP Version: 7.1.0, See End of Life note below.</li> <li>MySQL Version: 5.6.10</li> <li>MariaDB Version: 10.0.0</li> </ul> <p>Recommended System Requirements</p> <ul> <li>PHP Version: 7.4 or higher</li> <li>MySQL Version: 8.0 or higher</li> <li>MariaDB Version: 10.3+</li> </ul> <p>For more information see <a href="https://www.vbulletin.com/forum/node/4391344">vBulletin Connect System Requirements</a>.</p> <h4>PHP 7.1 End of Life</h4> <p>Please note that PHP 7.1.X is now end of life. It is recommended that you upgrade to PH P 7.2 or higher as soon as possible.</p> <h3>Current Version Support Schedule</h3> <ul> <li>Active Version - 5.5.6</li> <li>Security Patch - 5.5.5</li> <li>Security Patch - 5.5.4</li> <li>No Patch Release - 5.5.3 or earlier.</li> </ul> <h3>Discussion</h3> <p>If you have any questions about these changes you may discuss them here: https://forum.vbulletin.com/node/4413190</p> <p>If you find an issue with the software or wish to place a feature request please visit our <a href="https://tracker.vbulletin.com">tracker</a>.</p> <p>In order to receive support for your vBulletin Product please visit our <a href="http s://www.vbulletin.com/forum/">community forums</a>.</p> View the full article
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  23. Hello iHunterJ, Welcome to Webmasterhut. Please feel free to browse around and get to know the others. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask. iHunterJ joined on the 01/03/2020. View Member
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  25. Happy new year everybody!
  26. Happy new year sir looking forward to a great 2020
  27. Wishing you all a Happy New Year. Have a wonderful year ahead.
  28. If you want to restart your VPS, you can do it via the Command line or SolusVM. How to reboot/restart your VPS via SolusVM? 1. Login to your SolusVM Control Panel. 2. If you have multiple VPS, select the appropriate one. 3. Scroll down and you can see a "Reboot" option. Click it! 4. It will show a confirmation window. Click on "Yes". It can take a few seconds or minutes and when your VPS reboots, it will display a message, notifying you. How to reboot/restart your VPS via Command Line? The best method of rebooting your VPS is via the Command line because it will first stop all processes and then initiate the reboot. 1. Login to your SSH Client. 2. Enter the command "shutdown -r now" (without the quotes) Once you execute the command, it may take some time and then your VPS will reboot. If your VPS does not come online after 5 to 10 minutes, we advise you to reboot your VPS from the SolusVM (the so-called force reboot).
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