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In Topic: spambot hitting my website through my email signup form

Yesterday, 17:59


I have seen also substantial subscribers with questionable ip's and mailadresses coming in the last days / weeks. I do use action-recorder but "they" seem to differ ip's and mailadresses all the time. So that does not keep them of...

For now I have decided to stop sending the newsletter automatically after subscription. Especially because I received some bounced spam mails at my postmaster@ adress. Which made me wonder whether these bots are able to abuse php mailer class. I need to dig in deeper...

Adding Capatcha should help - but I think it is putting of real subscribers. So my solution will probably be to manually evaluate and relaese subscribers in admin and then send latest newsletter.

Using services like Mailchimp might also be a solution because they use techniques to filter spammers adresses ....

Alltogether I am hoping to see more straightforward solutions here!

Thanks in advance!

In Topic: Remove Product Schema from form on product_info.php

02 March 2017 - 19:04

@Dan Cole yep! That could be a start .. and could be combined with product prices 👍

In Topic: Load More and Lazy Loading for product_listing.php

14 February 2017 - 23:21



The hint was based on just a personal preference ... But off course there is a lot to think of. I have categories with almost 1000 products so this can be tricky. But the principle of Lazy loading is IMHO good.


Found this article - seems interesting - and is stating in favour of your approach:



However, our usability test sessions found “Load more” buttons combined with lazy-loading to be a superior implementation, resulting in a more seamless user experience.


And about infinite scrolling:



We found that infinite scrolling can be downright harmful to usability — in particular, for search results and on mobile. However, it’s not black and white, because the performance of each method varies according to the context of the page.


Here is the link: https://www.smashing...d-more-buttons/





In Topic: Load More and Lazy Loading for product_listing.php

14 February 2017 - 21:53

Especially mobile users like lazy loading ... but really do not like the button. You can use the viewport / scrolling to load more products. Just a thought!

I am sure I have seen several jquery / bootstrap solutions in the past .. can't find them now.

Like to see your final result!

In Topic: I (almost) finished, here it is. Thanks to all of you!

30 January 2017 - 17:47

@aurelou Looks good! :thumbsup: