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  • The older, the simpler: robotstxt.org. robots.txt in a nutshell

    I fall on this today, after i know it since his creation: has been a surprise to see that, in all these years, it changed nothing at all!

    Statistics: Posted by axew3 — Mon Apr 05, 2021 7:35 pm — Replies 0 — Views 27

  • Avatar bug on last topics: non registered user's post associated with actual logged in user (in certain conditions)

    Manual fix (or download the ready file more below)
    search for:


    $w3all_avatar_display = ( is_email( $phpbbUAVA ) !== false ) ? get_avatar($phpbbUAVA, $w3all_last_t_avatar_dim) : '<img alt="" src="'.$phpbbUAVA.'" class="avatar" width="'.$w3all_last_t_avatar_dim.'" height="'.$w3all_last_t_avatar_dim.'">';

    change into:


          if(is_email( $phpbbUAVA )){      $w3all_avatar_display = get_avatar($phpbbUAVA, $w3all_last_t_avatar_dim);      } elseif(!empty($phpbbUAVA)){      $w3all_avatar_display = '<img alt="" src="'.$phpbbUAVA.'" class="avatar" width="'.$w3all_last_t_avatar_dim.'" height="'.$w3all_last_t_avatar_dim.'">';      } else {      $w3all_avatar_display = get_avatar(0, $w3all_last_t_avatar_dim);       }

    then search for



    change into:


      $phpbbUAVA = '';  $countn++;

    or download the ready and updated file on repo:

    https://plugins.trac.wordpress.org/expo ... topics.php
    and substitute it into folder:

    Result: if an user is not existent into wordpress, and own an avatar in phpBB his phpBB avatar will display.
    If the user exist in WP and own an avatar, the avatar will display.
    It the user do not own any avatar that can display, both in wp and phpBB, then the dafault WP gravatar, based on WP Settings -> Discussion -> Gravatar will display for the user.

    Statistics: Posted by axew3 — Mon Apr 05, 2021 9:16 am — Replies 0 — Views 108

  • Apache HTTPS/SSL on Windows procedure 2021 - virtualhost, subdomains

    To setup virtual hosts, mysql, apache and php, read this (on bottom about setup virtual hosts), where there is line "To setup custom domain name or subdomains":
    https://www.axew3.com/w3/forums/viewtop ... f=7&t=1637

    From 2010, when this article has been write http://rubayathasan.com/tutorial/apache-ssl-on-windows/, nothing +- have been changed about how to setup https ssl on Apache in a Windows os.
    Here on 2021 report in steps, with corrections and my hints (to get work my test HTTPS on Apache server in Win, as reminder):
    Start assuming that you have an apache web server installed and configured already with virtual hosts on htdocs.conf.
    So the htdocs.conf will contain something like this for my working example:


    # All of these directives may appear inside <VirtualHost> containers,# in which case these default settings will be overridden for the# virtual host being defined.##NameVirtualHost *:80<VirtualHost *:80># ServerAdmin alias@example.com DocumentRoot "F:/HTDOCS" ServerName w3host.com# ErrorLog "logs/www.w3host.com-error_log"# TransferLog "logs/localhost-access_log"</VirtualHost><VirtualHost *:80># ServerAdmin alias@.example.com DocumentRoot "F:/HTDOCS/subdomain" ServerName subdomain.w3host.com</VirtualHost>
    We need to setup the Windows environment variable OPENSSL_CONF ...

    Open Control Panel\System and Security\System\Advanced System Settings choose Environment Variables
    and under System Variables set the correct value to the openssl.cnf file, so for example:
    as Variable value set OPENSSL_CONF
    as Value set something like:
    or C:\Program Files (x86)\Apache Software Foundation\Apache2.4\conf\openssl.cnf
    Check that there is not already present a Variable named OPENSSL_CONF maybe due to previous install: in case edit value to correct path only.
    (I had to restart win to get effectively loaded as changed the OPENSSL_CONF value after edited and saved it. I have read somewhere that should not be necessary: i do not know, on my test, i had to restart win. Maybe you have not to restart, or you know how to refresh win, loading new or changed environment vars, without restarting).

    now from promt as admin, on bin folder of Apache install folder, execute:
    openssl req -new -out server.csr

    It will ask you some questions and you can safely ignore them and just answer the following questions:
    PEM pass phrase: Password associated with the private key you’re generating (anything of your choice).
    Common Name: The fully-qualified domain name associated with this certificate (i.e. http://www.domain.com).

    NOTE about Common Name: maybe you would like to setup an unique .crt and .key for subdomains, so, enter *.domain.com (for my test i've give *.w3host.com) as Common Name value.

    Now we need to remove the passphrase from the private key. The file "server.key" created from the following command should be only readable by the apache server and the administrator. You should also delete the .rnd file because it contains the entropy information for creating the key and could be used for cryptographic attacks against your private key.

    openssl rsa -in privkey.pem -out server.key

    Now we need to set up an expiry date, it could be any time of your choice, we use 365 days below:

    openssl x509 -in server.csr -out server.crt -req -signkey server.key -days 365

    We have the Self-signed SSL certificates ready now on apache bin folder. Now we need to MOVE the "server.csr", "server.crt" and "server.key" files to the
    "C:\Apache2.4\conf" location

    or to the folder where the SSLCertificateFile directive point to, into file

    Now configure Apache to run SSL/HTTPS server:

    Now that we have the Self-signed SSL certificate ready, all we need is to configure Apache to start the SSL server.

    First we modify the "C:\Apache2.4\conf\httpd.conf" file.

    Open up conf\httpd.conf in a text editor and look for these three lines:

    LoadModule ssl_module modules/mod_ssl.so and remove pound sign (#) character preceding it.
    LoadModule socache_shmcb_module modules/mod_socache_shmcb.so and remove pound sign (#) character preceding it.

    Include conf/extra/httpd-ssl.conf and remove pound sign (#) character preceding it.

    Now we need to modify the "C:\Apache2.4\conf\extra\httpd-ssl.conf". Let all the default options as it is but make sure to modify the following section according to your need:

    <VirtualHost _default_:443>
    ServerAdmin some@email.com
    DocumentRoot "Your Root folder location"
    ServerName http://www.domain.com:443
    ServerAlias domain.com:443
    #ErrorLog "logs/anyFile-error.log"
    #CustomLog "logs/anyFile-access.log" common
    SSLEngine on
    ..... .....
    SSLCertificateFile "C:\Apache2.4\conf\server.crt"
    ..... .....
    SSLCertificateKeyFile "C:\Apache2.4\conf\server.key"

    Make sure that "SSLCertificateFile" and "SSLCertificateKeyFile" are properly located.

    search for line:
    SSLPassPhraseDialog builtin
    change into:
    #SSLPassPhraseDialog builtin

    may, may not, search also for line
    SSLCertificateChainFile "${SRVROOT}/conf/server-ca.crt"
    comment out:
    #SSLCertificateChainFile "${SRVROOT}/conf/server-ca.crt"

    restart Apache

    Statistics: Posted by axew3 — Sun Apr 04, 2021 5:18 pm — Replies 0 — Views 40

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