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  1. 1 point
    MITCH70

    [CONTRIBUTION] Sloppy Words Cleaner

    @raiwa Changed in swc_hooks.php if (isset($postcode)) $postcode = $this->RemoveShouting($postcode); to if (isset($postcode)) $postcode = strtoupper($postcode); and works correctly now.
  2. 1 point
    tonymazz

    HoneyPot Captcha

    In my experience, Blacklisting is not the complete answer either. I forgot to mention that some of the IPs used are being spoofed as Bing, Google, PayPal etc. You really do not want the bot to automatically get important IPs blocked out. One time we even had our own server's IP blocked. I since whitelisted those IPs in CSF, however that gives the spoofers a wide open ticket when they use a whitelisted IP. I did do one thing that helped a good bit. In CSF I blocked CC's. In our case we blocked RU, CN, Ukraine. Again this will not help block them if they are spoofing. And this puts a lot of stress on many servers. The list of CIDR's is quite lengthy. I run dedicated servers so the overhead is not as noticeable as it could be on a shared, cloud or other. cables24h, you may want to look at the bad_behavior add-on which automatically blocks IPs via htaccess. It works well, but again if they spoof an important IP for your store, it can be detrimental. I use it, although modded for our needs to prevent certain header requests, user agents and to help block the IPs that are initiating script injections. 'better ask why someone choose your website to "spam"'. - If you are lucky enough to have a successful site, with high ranking, you will eventually get sniffed out by the spambots and scriptkitties. They will find you; especially when you advertise on FB, Google and Bing which brings even more notice to our sites. Another reason: Competitors or BlackHat will sometimes do things like this to cause havoc. These signups create spam to a legit email address. Enough spam reports will get you on the RBL; once there, it takes a lot of effort and time to get removed. Until then an ISP like AOL will block your domain from sending anyone with an aol account any emails. So, Unintended consequences is a real concern for us: if you make it too tight you will either block or alienate your legitimate clients. I try hard to prevent this. I post his info in an effort to corroborate, not insult. I believe there needs to be many approaches to this issue and there is always going to be a workaround by the other side. A constantly evolving problem. @Jack_mcsI will post the details of the next signup. I delete them on the fly so I do not have one at the moment. Any hour though, unfortunately. Thanks again for your work on this project. And all of the others too!
  3. 1 point
    If your store is EDGE, you should use series 2, PWA 3.0 series is for FROZEN: But I saw in your older posts that you have already updated to PWA 3 series. The reviews link has been fixed in PWA 3.0.4: I'm sorry I can not give more specific advice for this combination of EDGE and PWA 3.0. Please try to apply the above included fix or update to the latest series 3 verion: 3.0.5.
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    JcM footer Open Street Map V1.2 Phoenix A simple add-on that allows you to place a Open Street Map into the footer. It’s a simple no core change add-on so just copy files over go to admin and install and set up.
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    JcM footer Open Street Map V1.2 Phoenix A simple add-on that allows you to place a Open Street Map into the footer. It’s a simple no core change add-on so just copy files over go to admin and install and set up. Do you have a bricks and mortar store? Tell your customers about it on your website add a map with details about your store to your website. How? It's simple and free, takes a few minutes to do. Simply go to https://www.openstreetmap.org The easiest way is to use the 'sharing' sidebar on the right on the main osm.org site, there choose embeddable HTML. To make it responsive change width to 100% Now add the script in the language file replacing the one already in it. That’s it enjoy. Has been tested on Phoenix 1.0.3.0 only. Can be seen working on this test site
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    Today I finished with the migration of my old Website to the Phoenix plattform. This is the result, see: https://www.attias.ch/ I am happy now, it was a lot of work. Thank you all for the help
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