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Support / Re: Deprecated Error, please help?
Last post by Spuds -
That is odd .... we updated for that in the 1.0.10 release so at least that 7.x issue was fixed.  Use the attached file, simply replace the one that is in your sources/ext directory.

You are probably going to find other 7.2 issues running 1.0.10, but I fully understand the pain associated with theme updates etc ... which addons are not yet 1.1?

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Support / Re: Access forum from multiple URLs
Last post by bea -

BTW: using nginx there is actually a way to access an Elk or SMF forum under a different domain: set up a reverse proxy with content rewriting for the 2nd domain.
Sory but I have no knowledge on this

 

But i have succeeded doing this, at least on http level. And of course can provide a template for nginx.conf if needed by someone.

What of course will (cannot) be  proxied is the email notification stuff. But email runs on one of my own domains anyway.
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Support / Deprecated Error, please help?
Last post by Auctor Lucan -
Hi there!

Deprecated: Methods with the same name as their class will not be constructors in a future version of PHP; PasswordHash has a deprecated constructor in /customers/6/a/e/uss-theurgy.com/httpd.www/forum/sources/ext/PasswordHash.php on line 27

That's the message I get on my forum when running PHP 7.2 on Elkarte 1.0.10. I cannot upgrade to 1.1 because of the theme and my crucial addons not being supported by Elkarte 1.1  To make matters worse, my provider forces PHP upgrades, and this Deprecated error will eventually become a real issue when upgrading to PHP 7.3 . Can anyone help me fix this while still using 1.0.10 ?

Thanks in advance!

Best,

Auctor Lucan
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General ElkArte discussions / I need some ideas for practice!
Last post by TPBintuGomes -
Im learning MySQL, MS SQL as well as Access and feel fairly comfortable with the three but I really don't have any way to test myself..... Ive tried looking on the web for some homework-like assignments related to database design and implementation but have only found links for tutors!
I come to ya토토사이트ll with a request... How can I test myself? Does anyone know any resources where I can find prompts to design fake databases for practice? I tired making a table of my friends but I cant think of any interesting queries or connections that I could make, id like more guidance.....

Thank you!
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Showcase / Re: Shark Racing Club Italy
Last post by radu81 -
Yes, I keep the old domain with redirections to the new one, I think I will use it for a couple of years. Using .it domain instead of .com is much easier to find the available domain name.
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Showcase / Re: Shark Racing Club Italy
Last post by Spuds -
Keeping the old domain as a pointer back to the new site as well I assume.  Thank goodness domain name registration is not much, and even better that the new name was available for you :D
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Support / Re: Access forum from multiple URLs
Last post by radu81 -
I did not sold or released to someone a domain, so I'm not sure if the owner should approve first, but I imagine it works as you described. Instead I bought/received a couple of domains. As far as I remember, once received the auth code, you need to register that domain choosing the option to transfer it and you will be asked for the auth code, once you type the auth code you should contact the owner and ask him to approve the transfer.
In the meantime, 2 (!) apparently independent domain brokers offer me the domain. I don't know if any of the two can interfere into the transfer process, so i try to keep them nagging. But if course i am not willing to pay a cent to some 3rd party guy.
That's strange, don't pay them... if you already did a whois what info do you see about the owner (if it's not hidden info, those info can be hidden if the owner choose this option). In whois info do you see the name/contact of the owner you know or different info? If the first one you can ignore the two "brokers"

No trust in the processes anymore - the internet has changed radically to solely commercial interest (and almost everything else appears to be blocked by the search engines).
let's solve first the problem with the domain, then you can describe in another topic what happens on that forum  ;)

Anyway - changing an old domain name well established within a community is a critical step which more or less requires the use of both domains for some time. And maybe to advice the search robots not to access one of the two. in order to avoid duplicate content.
Not so critical as you think, a couple of months ago I changed the domain name of my forum established back in 2007, and only a few users noticed that. I still have the old domain which redirects all the traffic to my new domain with an .htaccess file, as I described in the previous post. https://www.elkarte.net/community/index.php?topic=3965.0

BTW: using nginx there is actually a way to access an Elk or SMF forum under a different domain: set up a reverse proxy with content rewriting for the 2nd domain.
Sory but I have no knowledge on this

 
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Showcase / Re: Shark Racing Club Italy
Last post by radu81 -
The name of the domain was choosed by the first admin of this forum (2004-2007), at that time it had a sense, since we were a forum dedicated to Hyundai Coupe (called Hyundai Tiburon in many countries, Tiburon = Shark). Now we treat all Hyundai sports models in our forum, so we choosed a new domain: HyundaiRacing.it. It was not an easy choice, me and my moderators proposed different names, but we decided to keep the word "racing" and adding the brand Hyundai.
I know, we also need to update our logo, it will be done, but I really don't have time in this period. :(
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Support / Re: Access forum from multiple URLs
Last post by bea -
Hi,

first to your questions:

1) yes, i am not the owner of the domain.
The owner is the founder of that forum which exists for more than 10 years.

2) the domain is still active. According to WHOIS it has been updated in August for one other year.
Which should mean that the domain should be usable until forthcoming August, shouldn't it?
Anyway, i am skeptical on what might happen in the future. No trust in the processes anymore - the internet has changed radically to solely commercial interest (and almost everything else appears to be blocked by the search engines).

3) the owner of the domain has offered me the transfer free of charge. He did already send me the AUTH code. I started the transfer process on Sep 18, so it will expire on Oct, 18.
As it is a .com domain, the owner must confirm to my transfer request by main, right? And that's one of the possible points of failure...

In the meantime, 2 (!) apparently independent domain brokers offer me the domain. I don't know if any of the two can interfere into the transfer process, so i try to keep them nagging. But if course i am not willing to pay a cent to some 3rd party guy.

4) yes i am aware. my impression is that it is not very relevant to the search engines any more, especially as a through out any google ad and other spyware stuff a while ago, still on SMF 1.1.16.

Anyway - changing an old domain name well established within a community is a critical step which more or less requires the use of both domains for some time. And maybe to advice the search robots not to access one of the two. in order to avoid duplicate content.



Backing up the site and upgrading it is an important step for the near future; i've been a bit lazy over last summer.

BTW: using nginx there is actually a way to access an Elk or SMF forum under a different domain: set up a reverse proxy with content rewriting for the 2nd domain. The latter set up to rewrite all references to the old domain into the new domain. Not too elegant, but feasible as long as the traffic is not too large. Meanwhile i have this up and running, except for the certificates. But a solution within Elk would be more elegant.