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It's not very safe to use the HTTP_POST_VARSMODs doc wrote: 3.4.1. User input
request_var($var_name, $default, $multibyte = false, $cookie = false)
PhpBB3 introduces a new way for reading variables from the request: therequest_var function. The function ensures that the read variable is of the right type and applies the appropriate treatment to ensure a secure use. So, instead of using the old php arrays like $HTTP_POST_VARS and $HTTP_GET_VARS, the function request_var should be used. It is permissible to use -- for instance -- $_POST to check whatever or not a var was submitted by a given method, but such parameters should never be assigned directly. Every string returned is already stripslashed (if needed) and htmlspecialchars run on it.
I too would really appreciate that, we have parts of the forum that are largely irrelevant to the them of the forum, and to be able to syphon those out would be great, thanks!polov wrote:ok. stay tuned, maybe i will add it today evening I have not supposed it is so iportant feature.
Right - I'm trying just to use my new forum for the feed, however, it doesn't seem to be working right, it's still pulling all of the forum into the feed.polov wrote:forums selection has been added, check the first post...
yeah , but some forums have topics constantly updating, with diferent post subjects, ie a topic called mIRC, then a reply called mIRC 3.5 released!polov wrote:Yes. It is easier for orientation in topics.ecwpa wrote:just noticed, replies are shown as "Re: Topic title" always, even if you decide to change the reply subject
Put inside <head></head>donjulio wrote: Is there a way to make the RSS icon appear in the address bar and allow users to subscribe to the feed via this?
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<link rel="alternate" type="application/rss+xml" title="Prohlížeč Opera česky" href="URL_TO_YOUR_RSS" />
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