After building a site using CodeIgniter’s pagination library, our SEO team let us know that search engines was spidering deep down our pagination, and all those pages were diluting the link juice of our site. The other problem is that our html title tag was identical for the search queries, no matter how deep into… Read more »
I have been looking at CodeIgniter lately mainly because a lot of my colleagues are using it already. As with most frameworks, I usually start using the framework in a project and then as I am developing the application, I notice some issues with the framework. One such case is with CodeIgniter’s built-in XSS protection. This functionality is quite nice (at least they included it in the framework) but there are some issues with using it that developers should be aware of.
This is part 1 in a series to inform developers and administrators on the best methods to lock down their WordPress installations. By following even just some of the steps in these guides, one should be able to avoid many of the common security issues with WP.
CodeIgniter’s new cart class lets you build robust shopping carts quickly for your site in php, but doesn’t, out of the box, let you add products that have non-alpha-numeric (and dashes, underscores, colons or periods) product names into the cart. Here’s the proper way to extend the class that is upgrade-proof.