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On behalf of the RavenNuke(tm) Team I am excited and proud to announce the release of Raven CMS version 2.51.00. Please read the Change Log and/or the Wiki for specifics. Have fun, read the Wiki documentation, and try to find solutions before posting issues :).
 
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PMC Theming System (PMCTS) for RN More about Read More...

Posted on Monday, April 03, 2017 @ 22:36:06 PDT in RN Themes
by kguske

papamike writes:  

 

 
The increasing number of new registrations from temporary email accounts and free email accounts caused me to delete all of the accounts on my site and also close my site to new registrations.  Although my site is basically used for working on my new theming system, it would be nice to have those new features that you are describing in your post.  All of the RN sites that I visit have been closed down because let's face it, Nuke, in general, has died on the vine.  But, if RN could get added to the large list of software in Softaculous it might help bring it back.  I noticed PHP-Nuke is added.  
 
 
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Part-time, project-based PHP work More about

Posted on Thursday, March 23, 2017 @ 19:29:34 PDT in Help Needed
by kguske

 Please PM kguske if you're interested in part-time, project-based PHP work.

 

 

RNYA and nukeSPAM enhancements More about

Posted on Sunday, February 26, 2017 @ 09:32:27 PST in RavenNuke
by kguske

It's been a while, but we haven't stopped looking for ways to help websites expand their reach and operate more efficiently.  Since member management continues to be a challenge, especially with the continued onslaught of spammers, the current focus for nukeSEO is on these areas.

Your feedback in the forums will help determine priorities.  Please add comments here, where you'll also find more detailed discussion on these topics.

Currently, we're looking to:

  • RNYA 
    • Replace the grid, search and maintenance functions with the DataTables class used in nukeSPAM
    • Add functions to delete users without notification and add domain / subdomain to the blocked mail domains list
    • Share blocked mail domains list across sites
    • Add tools for removing members who never logged in, identifying members from blocked domains
  • nukeSPAM
    • Integrate nukeSPAM with RNYA for simplified domain blocking (e.g. add this domain / subdomain to the blocked domains list)
    • Integrate nukeSPAM with additional blocking tools for:
      • Email validation services
      • Disposable Email Address lists / services
    • Auto-block domains / subdomains with multiple offenders

Please let us know what you think at RavenPHPScripts.com.

 

 

PHP Resources More about

Posted on Thursday, June 16, 2016 @ 06:55:38 PDT in PHP
by kguske

In addition to providing reviews of web hosting companies, WhoIsHostingThis.com provides a collection of PHP resources, including:

  • Tutorials for PHP beginners
  • Intermediate and Advanced PHP Tutorials
  • PHP Reference Material
  • PHP Development Tools
  • PHP Frameworks
  • and more

Check it out!

 

 

Modern PHP server stack More about

Posted on Friday, May 27, 2016 @ 17:38:27 PDT in PHP
by kguske

 Carl Alexander describes the modern PHP application server stack with recommendations for:

  • Web server
  • HTTP Cache
  • PHP
  • Database Server
  • Object Cache
  • Deployment Tools

This is a well-written article based on a presentation from WordCamp San Diego 2016, later republished in Smashing Magazine.  Check it out!

 

 

 

Favicon & App Icon Generator More about

Posted on Wednesday, January 06, 2016 @ 11:35:24 PST in Tool and Utilities
by kguske

southern writes:  

What are Favicons?

Favicons are small 16x16 icon files that are displayed next to the URL of your site in a browser's address bar. Additionally they're often displayed next to the name of your site in a user's list of open tabs and bookmark listings making it easier for the user to quickly identify amongst other sites.

What are App Icons?

App Icons are the images you press on your smartphone to launch an application. As newer phones are released with higher resolution screens, higher resolution app icons are needed. Developers still want to maintain support for the older phones with lower resoltion so when you create an app icon you need to create several size variations of the same image. This is true for all smartphones like the iPhone and Android, and even tablets like iPad.

more: Dan's Tools

 



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