PHP 7: An quick overview

PHP 7.0.0 was released on December 3rd, 2015. The community quickly produced several builds which make it easy to install this new version using your system’s package manager.Now You can download the source code here php-7.0.0
The PHP 7 release brought some much-desired changes and improvements t…

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WooCommerce FrontEnd Pro Product Manager

WooCommerce FrontEnd Pro product manager is a powerful WooCommerce add-on that explicitly implemented to switch your WooCommerce website into a multi-seller platform in front-end. WooCommerce FrontEnd Pro product manager plugin helps to manage all the shop-vendor’s products, their product orders, profile settings and other WooCommerce settings from the front-end of your site. No back-end access required for the shop-vendors to set up his own products and profile settings on your site.

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WooCommerce FrontEnd Pro product manager add-on also have feature of shop-vendors registration, shop-vendors front-end login and all WooCommerce plugin feature.
This offers customers a higher number of products from different sellers. Read more…

Download counter has crossed 200000 mark!

Vivacity InfoTech 2 lac downloads of plugin+theme

Hip Hip Hurray!!!

All our Plugins+ Themes has Downloaded more then 200000 times.
At this point, we are very much thankful to our clients, users, well-wishers and critics for their tremendous support, review, suggestions and interest which took us to this level.
Though, a lot more there to achieve, but we know with your support and co-operation we will do that…
Keep using our services….
Keep giving us more suggestions and review…

And this point, we also want to congratulate our Vivacity Team, because their dedication, team efforts, passion, hard work and enthusiasm also helped us to achieve this milestone…

Thanks again!!!

Joomla! Framework changes to LGPL

The board of Open Source Matters (OSM) has voted to approve the request submitted by the Joomla! Production Leadership Team (PLT) to change the license of the Joomla Framework from GPL v2+ to LGPL v2.1+. It is important to understand that this license change applies only to the Joomla Framework, and does not affect the GPL v2+ license for the Joomla Content Management System (CMS).

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This decision by OSM was the final step in a process that started early last year, when the PLT first initiated a public email list discussion and then conducted a survey aimed at the Joomla developer community. When the results of that survey indicated strong support for that potential license change, the PLT requested that OSM research legal issues regarding this potential change for the Joomla Framework. The conclusion of OSM’s research with the assistance of the Software Freedom Law Center was that there were no legal barriers to prevent potentially making that change.

For more background about this issue, please refer to this previous announcement that included a request from OSM for public comments and feedback.

Source: http://joomla.org

WHY WORDPRESS ASKS FOR FTP CONNECTION INFO?

Whenever you use the WordPress admin panel to  install, upgrade, or delete plugins, WordPress must make changes to files on their filesystem.Before making any changes, WordPress first checks to see whether or not it has access to directly manipulate the file system.

If WordPress does not have the necessary permissions to modify the filesystem directly, you will be asked for FTP credentials so that WordPress can try to do what it needs to via FTP.

HOW TO RESOLVE IT?

In order to fix this issue, you will need to make sure that the scripts which need to write to the filesystem are owned by the same user that apache is running as.

WordPress asks for your FTP credentials when it can’t access the files directly. This isusually caused by PHP running as the apache user (mod_php or CGI) rather than the user that owns your WordPress files (suPHP or FastCGI). Switching over to using suPHP or FastCGI would probably fix it. Of course, if you don’t want to mess with that, you can always just put your FTP credentials directly in wp-config.php like this:

define( 'FTP_USER', 'username' );
define( 'FTP_PASS', 'password' );
define( 'FTP_HOST', 'ftp.example.org:21' );

OR You can fix it by using this command

viva-desktop$ cd /var/ww
viva-desktop$ sudo chown -R www-data:www-data wordpress

Validate HTML and remove forbidden tags and data

This class might be utilized approve HTML that is XHTML agreeable and uproot tags and information that are not acknowledged.

The class can parse the HTML information as a XML record and cross it to confirm if it agrees to a rundown of decides that characterize worthy tags and information.

It can erase prohibited and copy tags and characteristics. The prepared record is saved in a class variable.

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Produce HTML Forms to control Mysql records

This class could be utilized to create HTML structures to control Mysql table records.

It can take a rundown of Mysql table fields and produce HTML for structures to select, addition, redesign, erase table records.

The class can additionally perform given approvals of specified fields and conjure given callback works on certain structure preparing occasions.

Source Code is here