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- LINK: Mobile Web Development [2 Updates]
- Opinion on new site [1 Update]
- CPanel XMLAPI not functioning [1 Update]
- umiwangu <email@example.com> Feb 13 09:22PM -0800
Thanks for the response. I think I may have figured it out. It's
working to one of the email addresses on the domain, but I'm not sure
it's working for the one it should go to.
I might just send it to you directly, if it's still not working by
- umiwangu <firstname.lastname@example.org> Feb 14 07:40AM -0800
Man... I finally isolated the problem. On some of the emails I had
"PayPal" as part of the "From:" header. Like this:
$more_headers = 'From: ORG PayPal payment notification
<email@example.com>' . "\r\n";
When I removed the word "PayPal", the emails would go through ok. This
was particularly frustrating because the emails would go through fine
Spammers. They'll get us one way or the other!
- Artist <firstname.lastname@example.org> Feb 14 01:55PM -0600
LOL... Wow, I hear ya! Glad you got it solved.
- Joni Mueller <email@example.com> Feb 14 12:32AM -0600
I thought this was quite timely considering the earlier thread about mobile web development:
- chris walker <firstname.lastname@example.org> Feb 14 06:52PM +0800
Thanks Joni, there are so many ways to skin a cat.
- chris walker <email@example.com> Feb 14 06:51PM +0800
I guess it is a personal preference for me that I do not like the divs
stacking. Html5 bolierplate for mobile is a good example, but I would
rather have navigation that is designed for the short attention span of
mobile users. I believe that a mobile site should be an abbreviated version
of the main site and just have the important information on it because that
is the psychology of the demographic.
I guess what I am trying to get at is that multi-columns look good on
desktop, laptop, and to some extent on the tablets, however it is not a
good user experience for the 320px format. Some developers are beginning to
embrace the idea of building for 320 and up and using media queries to add
features to larger formats rather than taking away features
to accommodate small screen sizes.
My mobile sites I am creating are built for 320 px, however if you want to
view it on your desktop, it will display nicely "as is".
If you add another CSS file in the media queries, you are in fact
designing another site to accommodate different platforms and just using
the content from the main site, right? After all, the CSS really controls
what the site looks like more than any other aspect.
My site is a perfect example of a site that does not look good on your
iPhone (the defacto standard due to the godliness of the late, great one),
however it looks good on my Galaxy mini running android (which actually has
a larger market share now). The header and footer do not show up because I
have not put anything in the mobile header and footer widget positions as
of yet, however that is coming soon. I am going to design a horizontal
layout of the footer widgets for the mobile version.
I have tested the site using my Galaxy mini and I can actually upload
photos from the gallery or the camera into the form and order a site from
my mobile phone although it is a cumbersome process to type all of the
information with the touch screen. I would not recommend it. It is just
easier on a desktop or laptop.
Thanks for taking the time to view the site and give your impressions. It
makes me think and improve. That is the reason I wanted to show it to you
all on this list as it is a graat resource.
- Binaek Sarkar <firstname.lastname@example.org> Feb 14 02:46PM +0530
While developing a website CMS for a client, a sudden requirement came up
that he wants to add and remove email addresses as and when he pleases.
Since access to the CPanel is too much to expect, I wanted to do it away
with Google Apps. But as it turns out, this guy hooked with a Hosting
Provider who do not allow you to change the MX records. Therefore the only
way out is to write a script which lists the email addresses and lets him
Using CPanel XMLAPI, this seemed pretty straightforward, but as it always
happens with all of us, I have come up against a speed bump (much like the
one which puts a scratch under the hood of your car and makes you say *
This thing is up for delivery in five hours and I am still stuck on this.
The code with the explanation is given below...
$ip = '<NOT SHOWN>';
$account_pass = '<NOT SHOWN>'; // cpanel password
$account = '<NOT SHOWN>'; // cpanel username
$xmlapi = new xmlapi($ip);
$xmlapi->set_debug(1); // uncomment for debugging
$response->write("Getting POP addresses");
$response->write($xmlapi->api2_query($account, 'Email', 'listpops'));
When I run this script, it does not return the POP email addresses on the
However, when I turn on *Debug Mode* the *error_log* file shows that the
transaction took place properly and the data has been written there. But
when I do a normal output, it does not show anything...
I do not understand why. Went through the XMLAPI class and it does not show
anything out of the ordinary and that I should have gotten the output.
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