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I see various other questions relating to issues with the RSS Import module but none that answer my question. I am trying to automatically import RSS feeds using a cron job but for some reason it is not working. I've verified with my host tech support that the cron function is working and that the path I am using to the import.php file is correct, but for some reason the file isn't running. I'm not experienced with the command line interface and am using my host's account control panel to set up the cron job. Does anyone have any suggestions? When I access the /import.php file via a browser nothing happens. As far as I can tell it is the correct import.php file I've seen in various threads/blogs offering instructions on running the RSS import module with a cron job.
after use 1-2 weeks, Please tell me how to resolve, my domain
Anyone know how to edit the 'welcome_mail_main.php' file, to customize welcome email message text? thx/mike
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Please help me to solve this issue, In 15 Hours 231 Same Errors >

PHP Deprecated: preg_replace(): The /e modifier is deprecated, use preg_replace_callback instead in /home/user/public_html/class.compiler.php on line 246
can I using the PHP function "filter_var()" to check the url:?

i have some problem with submit link from bookmark button in browser bookmark bar.
i found the problem and when i remove this code, problem solved.
File : /submit.php (about line 190-200)

$isLink = preg_match($pattern, $url); // Returns true if a link

Why are you not using the PHP function "filter_var()" to check the url:

$isLink = filter_var($url, FILTER_VALIDATE_URL);


can i use this?
How can i fix RSS feed import?

[01-Jul-2015 23:17:25 UTC] PHP Fatal error: Call to undefined function trigger_rss_error() in /home/name/domains/ on line 238
Hi ,

I just finished with Pligg installation here is my website url :- , Now if you can see , I currently having a static page , I don not want that page .. Instead i need my posts to be there . for example :-

Please help me.

in file /libs/html1.php line ( 1097) we have this code :

if(strpos(urldecode($_SERVER['HTTP_REFERER']),$post_url)!==false) return true;
i think : A safer comparison would be !=, because you don't care about the types. Not (!==)

And in line (1101)

if (strpos(preg_replace('/^.+://(www.)?/','',$_SERVER['HTTP_REFERER']).'/',preg_replace('/^.+://(www.)?/','',$my_base_url))!==0)
You probably meant !=. ( Not !==)

am i think right?

Is it possible to manage permissions on a category level?
I'd like to be able to limit access (read and write) to certain categories (and subcategories) to approved users (e.g. only users I've added to a certain group or that have a minimum level).

UPDATE: I just realized that this is kind of how groups work inherently. Although it would still be cool to be able to combine categories and groups in this way. It looks like you can't have categories within a group as is.

UPDATE 2: I now figured out that you can submit to a group while still having to select a category. Those submissions then only show up for the group members. This is pretty close to what I need. It would be great to be able to limit a category's visibility to members of a group without each post having to be submitted to that group. It also seems like you can't change the visibility once a post has been submitted. So, if someone forgets to select the group at submission, I would need to ask them to delete and repost to the group, potentially losing votes and comments – not ideal. Thoughts?