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The pictures which you upload to our Random Sig Script service have been increased to 40 KB as per a recent change on the Tip.it Forums.
There is currently a section in our blog called PHP Code of the Week. It will cover all kinds of PHP code and functions.
Topics that have been covered so far include HTTP_POST_VARS and HTTP_GET_VARS, htmlspecialchars, intval and str_replace, isset and empty.
So if you want to learn or improve on your PHP code/functions why not look at the PHP Code of the Week.
We have been planning and developing a system (Ebay
Archive) which allows users to view
www.ebay.com.au Items past the 90 day limit that
This allows you, the user, to browse and search through Ebay items that have ended days, months and even years ago.
The Ebay Archive saves the Item Name, Price, Date Sold, Item Number and a HTML display of the Item's page.
The Random Signature Script Tutorial has now been updated to reflect the current design style as well as offering information on the different functions such as in the My Account page.
As per a
user request, we now have a
password recovery system for the
Random Sig Script.
You enter your username and email address and the system emails you a link which you need to visit to reset your password. After visiting the link, the system emails you your new password.
Remember to keep your email address updated.
You can now view the Top 10 most linked to Random Sigs. We have also developed a Random Sig Script Total Statistics line graph which shows the total number of hits per day in a monthly view. Both are updated in real-time.
The Random Sig Script now has a statistics page which allows you to see the hits your random signature has gotten in the current month as well as previous months and includes the monthly total, yearly total and since you registered total of hits.
That's right. UzziSoft has been redesigned yet again. There was something just not right with the other design template we used (probably the big text and black and greyish background, even though it seemed to look well). We've gone with a white background to make it easier on the eye and with a simple design. The Random Sig Script has also been updated with this design as well a now using sessions instead of cookies.