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Message # 1 | 1:19 PM
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Message # 406 | 8:38 PM
Alexander4583, there isn't any official place like this, but you could try here, on our forum.
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Message # 407 | 11:25 PM
Xayaan, you really optimized the speed of your website sir. I hope that I can make that kind. cheers...... By the way the kuro of eriko all I can say is very great it is like a google plus.
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Message # 408 | 10:04 PM
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Alexander4583, yes you can. You may submit your work in ucoztemplate.com or sell it on your own using E-shop module.

i'm not talking about site' template. i want to sell the whole site with traffic.
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Message # 409 | 5:03 PM
uCozzer, you can try to make a thread about this in the same section where this thread is located.
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Message # 410 | 6:25 AM
bigblog, what is the purpose of SSL? practically.
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Message # 411 | 1:09 PM
Cyberdasm, you can find more informations about SSL here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transport_Layer_Security

I personally don't like it, because it slows down a website, sometimes. Not each time, though.

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Message # 412 | 3:59 AM
Cyberdasm, bigblog, SSL is a security feature that can be implement in the Transport Layer to secure the connection between two nodes on a network. It essentially mitigates the possibility of a man-in-the-middle attack by encrypting the information sent between the two machines.

From my experience, I would strongly recommend SSL when you're handling sensitive data such as usernames, passwords, payment details, or personal information. It obviously depends on how high a threat you would see man in the middle attacks, and how much trust your users need to have placed in your website.

SSL is a common security feature, and as far as I am aware, doesn't often impact overall website performance if implemented correctly, that is, using HTTPS connection for the relevant scripts, and HTTP for the rest. Obviously it would be most effective when implemented site-wide, but there are cases where it is not. Server performance when using SSL can also depend on your server configuration.

Hope this cleared a few things up. smile

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Message # 413 | 4:48 AM
Thanks alot Sir Paradox. By the way does ucoz server support ssl?
I think there was an unusual flow of traffic of my website yesterday. www.lizeal.tk (this website) It goes straight in 200 host just in one day with 355 hits? I doubt there was somebody who are attacking my site. Is that possible? (I changed it to www.algae.gq) for the meantime.

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Message # 414 | 9:12 AM
Quote Cyberdasm ()
By the way does ucoz server support ssl?


At the current moment uCoz website do not support the addition of SSL certificates.

Quote Cyberdasm ()
I think there was an unusual flow of traffic of my website yesterday. www.lizeal.tk (this website) It goes straight in 200 host just in one day with 355 hits? I doubt there was somebody who are attacking my site. Is that possible? (I changed it to www.algae.gq) for the meantime.


What you'll find is a bot or series of bots are using your website as a referral bouncer. It's not unusual for this to happen and most website that use Google Analytics have to remove such referral sources form their analytics. Unfortunately with the uCoz analytics we're unable to do this. This is nothing that impacts your site performance or is an attack on your website. wink

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Message # 415 | 12:36 PM
Paradox, thank you sir.

May I ask if this kind of content layout can be use in ucoz cms?
http://tgp.com.ph/blog/

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Message # 416 | 4:38 PM
Cyberdasm, you can use any layout.
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Message # 417 | 11:21 PM
bigblog, How can I make two columns post in publisher module?
In my example above that is a tri-column post.

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Message # 418 | 3:33 AM
Cyberdasm, are you wanting to create a two column listing? Or are you wanting to create a two column post?

Either way - to keep things simple I would recommend something such as Foundation to help you achieve this. It keeps the markup simple and straightforward, and saves you having to reinvent the wheel another time around. I use it as a base framework for all my projects. :)

If you need help feel free to post here and I'll try and remember to check in every couple of days.

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Message # 419 | 1:17 PM
Quote Cyberdasm ()
bigblog, How can I make two columns post in publisher module?


To place posts in a module in two columns, you can use the following code in the "Appearance of entries" template:

Code
<div style="float:left;width:50%;height:250px;overflow:hidden;">
<!--Start(Appearance of entries)-->
              Here goes the full code of the template.....
<!--End(Appearance of entries)-->
</div>

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Message # 420 | 7:09 AM
Cyberdasm, in addition to the above, be sure to add
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<div style="clear:both;"></div>

after $BODY$ in the home page of the module.

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