Ecwid is a dream come true and I don't mind the nominal monthly fee for something stable, functional and easy for customers to use! I've used Virtumart for years and have had to hack-together some very delicate additional components to get it to function in a comprehensive way, ie. uploads, and tons of css code cracking for a more pleasing and customer friendly layout. Additionally, I had many customers 10% or more that encounter cookie conflicts preventing 'add to cart' with their chosen browsers which has cause me to quickly help them perform an off-line sale.
Hi today I have an experiment with GData in Zend Framework PHP , and found an error that my XAMPP prevent SSL socket transport and return this error. Fatal error: Uncaught exception 'Zend_Gdata_App_HttpException' with message 'Unable to Connect to ssl://www.google.com:443. Error #24: Unable to find the socket transport "ssl" - did you forget to enable it when you configured PHP?'
gabore wrote: Well as they above said changing back the config file allows one to log in to the admin area only.. but the site's Login module still stays stuck trying the ssl. Any help with that? It seems the 'Force SSL' setting sets sth in some other file as well (not just configuration.php), but I haven't found any change in the mod_login files Hi guys and thanks a lot for tons of useful info in this forum. I'm fighting the same problem as Gabore.
I have tried to enable SSL on localhost . I found a solution on wampserver forum . You can try this **************** ****Step1****** -> Create SSL Certificate and Key **************** 1a) Open the DOS command window and change directory to bin directory of wamp apache directory by using the DOS command without quotes: “cd /d c:\” and then “cd wamp\bin\apache\apache2.2.8\bin”. apache2.2.8 should be changed to what apache folder your wamp server has.
Image via Wikipedia I’m working on a project that is requiring me to use SSL (to make a https connection) on my local installation of WAMP. After much searching and a couple tries, it appears that I finally got it working. This post should be useful to anyone who is trying to do the same.
When it comes to security, remember that in addition to actual platform and operating system security issues, you need to ensure that you write your application to be secure. When you write PHP applications, apply these seven habits to make sure your applications are as secure as possible: Validate input Guard your file system Guard your database Guard your session data Guard against Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities Verify form posts Protect against Cross-Site Request Forgeries (CSRF)
Thanks to the progression of jQuery side-show and jQuery gallery, the way websites look has been revolutionized. When a designer, or a novice web user, has a minimal amount of knowledge in coding, it’s nice to have useful resources that can save them time and money. If you are in need of handy j-query gallery plugins, you found a great source! When a user visits your company’s/personal website, a slider can be a great way to gain their attention. This powerful tool allows you to showcase what you are working on, the latest happenings, and much more. Automatic or manual, images sliders are loved by many.
Apache’s .htaccess configuration files have baffled countless developers. This tutorial aims to break through this confusion by focusing on examples and thorough descriptions. Among the benefits of learning .htaccess configuration is automatic gzipping of your content, providing friendlier URLs, preventing hotlinking, improving caching, and more.
About Vikram Vaswani Vikram Vaswani is the founder and CEO of "Melonfire":http://www.melonfire.com/, a consultancy specializing in open-source tools and technologies. He is a passionate proponent of the open-source movement and frequently contributes articles and tutorials on open-source technologies, including Perl, Python, PHP, MySQL, and Linux, to the community at large. He is the author of four books on PHP and MySQL, including "MySQL: The Complete Reference":http://www.mysql-tcr.com/, "How to Do Everything with PHP and MySQL":http://www.everythingphpmysql.com/ and "PHP Programming Solutions":http://www.php-programming-solutions.com/.
Apr 05 2009 Web applications have made huge leaps and bounds in improving user experience thanks to a lot of recently developed Ajax technology. When you combine some neat functionality courtesy of PHP with the cleverness of jQuery you can produce some pretty neat effects. In an effort to help you take it up a notch, we’d like to share some methods for helping your site anticipate a user’s next move. The post below is made up of the best 20 PHP + jQuery Components and Tutorials that you will likely need in many of your projects, they are all of the highest quality and more or less easy to configure.
animate( params, speed, callback, easing ) A function for making your own, custom, animations. The key aspect of this function is the object of style properties that will be animated, and to what end. Each key within the object represents a style property that will also be animated (for example: "height", "top", or "opacity"). The value associated with the key represents to what end the property will be animated.