You should be ok to remove it as it appears that the entire block of code is commented out anyways.
If you view source of your page and look almost at the very bottom of the page you will see the code.
If it’s a widget, look for something like “Contact Form Widget” disable it and view your page source to verify its gone.
If its hard coded into the page – make a backup copy – then delete everything between the
< ! – - – - [a bunch of code here] – - – - >
It seems to be in a “global” includes file – probably “footer.php” – as it appears at the bottom of all your pages.
reading the page source i found your problem
< input id=”emailAddressWidget” type=”hidden” name=”emailAddressWidget” value=”[I removed your address from here]” / >
bots don’t care if the content is hidden or not. Bots are not visual – they are code munchers. They – more or less – “view page source” and use the info gained from the code – not the visual representation of the site.
Your best bet is to remove your hidden input field and set your email address in the PHP processing your form.
I would love to sell scripts as a service.
I contact Envato about this awhile back and got no response.
I think Envato and authors alike would make more money.
I asked for this a year ago and was suggested that I run two user accounts.
I use this when hiding PHP extension: http://www.spencerdrager.com/2010/02/07/hide-php-extension-in-url-using-htaccess/
Im not sure I understand you very well.If you want to drop the qrcode
$original = "http://bit.ly/4nXvaN.qrcode"; echo '<a href="'.$original.'">'.$original.'</a><br />'; $new = str_replace(".qrcode","",$original); echo '<a href="'.$new.'">'.$new.'</a><br />';
If you are wanting to get just the qrcode, it is not hidden in the url they give you. It is more likely in the database along side the original url. The ”.qrcode” attachment is most likely a trigger object.
I can imagine that they probably have a small script that reads the url, if .qrcode is present, then they return the qrcode instead of redirecting you to the original website.
Google offers a free qrcode service
$your_link = "http://www.fremonttech.com"; echo '<a href="http://chart.apis.google.com/chart?chs=200x200&cht=qr&chl='.urlencode($your_link).'&choe=UTF-8">QR Code</a><br />'; echo '<img src="http://chart.apis.google.com/chart?chs=200x200&cht=qr&chl='.urlencode($your_link).'&choe=UTF-8" /><br />';BTW , you can alter the size of the qrcode from bit.ly as well
Thank you to everyone that helped!!
Last night my project moved out of beta and is up for review here on CodeCanyon.
Mods, feel free to delete this thread.
A huge thank you to everyone that is helping.
I am still looking for a couple more testers – more specifically someone with a dream host or rackspace account. So far all tests have been successful with no unexpected bugs, but I want to be thorough!
I have redesigned my test procedure so that it is non-evasive. (It wont take down your domain)
All that is required on your parts is to upload my folder to the root of your domain. I check 7 different tests, and then you can delete it – it takes me just a few minutes to make sure the htaccess is working correctly. I check things like redirects, authorization, cache control etc.
If you are interested please send me an email via my profile contact or my temp email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Again, thank you to the current beta testers!!
Is there a place that has a list of beta testers?
I have been working on a complex project that deals with htaccess file(s). I have worked out all the bugs I can find (hence it being beta not alpha) when working with my servers (commercial and personal). I just need to make sure it is going to run on other servers without a hitch.
Requirements: Must Have…
- Commercial Hosting: Not with BlueHost or HostRocket (I already tested on both)
- FTP Access to hosting: just in case (with FTP client that can “see” htaccess files)
- ability to use htaccess on host! (linux with htaccess privilege.)
- (personal server with “Common/typical commercial settings” would be ok)
Secondary request: would appreciate it if you had…
- knowledge of htaccess
- Test/demo website. One that can be “taken down” without consequences. (if bad htaccess config – deleting htaccess will bring it back up – just an fyi)
- Name on “About” page of script if you want.
- Priority request for features added
- If you provide sufficient help with debugging (if there are any bugs) you will get a free copy of the script when it is approved on codecanyon – with free updates to the “version 1” series (1.x.x).
I will send you htaccess files / code and have you implement it on your server. There is absolutely no malicious code or anything that will compromise your server!! The htaccess files generated are from a script that I will sell here on codecanyon – so it has to be safe and clean!!. What I need to know is how universal the output of my script will be – hence me want to test on as many different servers as possible.
It would be excellent if you have google wave or buzz for quick communication.
If you are interested please send me an email via my profile contact or my temp email address: email@example.com with the following info:
- Name of Commercial host – just to make sure im not testing on the same host more than once.
- How comfortable you are with htaccess
I am in the process of polishing my project. I was reviewing the requirements when “Is the item customizable?” stopped me in my tracks.
My project is not meant to be customizable. I guess if one wanted to, they could rework the css and customize the look; but It is more of a tool – mostly for developers and/or server/website admins. Not likely one would put this on their public website – unless they offered utilities for developers there.
Sorry, I don’t want to be vague, but I don’t want to spoil the surprise either – Its unique, I have not found anything like it here. It would be somewhat related to a domain name lookup or whois tool. Fact is – its pretty much a turnkey website.
Also, is there a place around here where one can pick up beta testers? I would like a few people to test out my project before I submit it for review.