hadn't thought about the logs being pruned, so it would be fruitless. I've dug through ssh logs as well access logs and find nothing that looks out of the ordinary.
Looks like I'll have to dig into the database between yesterday and this morning, between the backup and the current. Digging through firewall logs would be a daunting likely fruitless task.
Seems whatever occurred (from what I've seen thus far), does not appear to be malicious as in an attempt to destroy.
Strange, as I find no content missing, just password changed and all RSS feeds deleted.
This option will work. However generally anymore this is done in the CSS file you are using. This option is likely the most simple solution for those not familiar.
ACP > Look and Feel > Manage Skin and Templates > (the skin you want to edit) > click the drop-down menu to the right of said skin > ManageTemplates & CSS > on the left you will see 'Global Templates' a few lines down you'll notice 'global Template'
Now scroll about three quarters the way down and find --
Then just above this line type / copy-paste in --
<div style="text-align: right">Skin By - </div>
And edit the 'Skin By -' area
This is the most simple working solution, others will have many other options for you.
You could try making the page itself .php - which would require the php tags properly formatted. This means you'll need to know a little about the basic php page structure with html content. You cannot simply change the extension of the page.
Your HTML content
echo “Your php content - if any”;
You might also want to use the following within your htaccess
AddType application/x-httpd-php5 .php .html
Or you could use a rewrite to simply get rid of the 'index.html' (which imo for what your issues is , this might be the best solution) - placed in your htaccess file
RewriteRule ^index.html$ / [R=301,L]
RewriteRule ^(.*)/index.html$ /$1/ [R=301,L]
You might need to tweak this a bit depending on the location of your page(s)
Has been the causation for a twitchy eye - and is by far strict to adsense.
Along with the rest of the post, looking forward to the great changes coming in 4.0 IP.Content and IP.Nexus - specifically in hopes of breaking away from the current requirements for domain sales and server settings.
Assumption is rarely realistic. Of course this all depends on your business plan as well. Are we looking at our goals or someone els's ? Interesting question is it not ?
Only in an afforadble product such as IPB do we see people pushing for someone to develop for them. If the costs were 10x what they are, or should be , just imagine what SMF or Vanilla would be today. Before letting emotions get in the way think about that for a moment.
What I would like to see is a massive expansion to nexus, bringing IPB into the eCommerce field. As sales aside ad revinue is what fuels possible longevity of a site. That said I could care less what the 'skin' or backend looks like, I'll deal with this on my own. Sure my opinion there is one sided yet my point remains, take a proven product that they have worked diligently on, and jam something completely new over it , just to realize nothing they stood on others shoulders for ( mods - hooks ect.. ) work, and they must rework everything.
I'll stick with what I have , work on that, when 4.0.1 is released I'll toss up a dev site and begin migrating my idea's into the new format. This way I'm not ignoring what's in front of me and chasing my tail.
Personally I could care less when 4.0 comes out. I'm waiting for 4.0.1
Simpy due to me re-evaluating my site bringing it closer to my new business plan, which of course after sketching up my flowchart I keep seeing blogs about a new version that will actually aligns very well with my ideas.
However I have no idea why I would wait to continue development simply due to (what comes next) out of IPB, imo doing that would not reflect my goals, but negate them.
Truly, I just wanted to get in on this legenday (although seen many times before) thread of people that just may have lost their way due to following the development of the web in general , instead of following their own plan.