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#11 2010-10-02 08:46:22

hcgtv
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Re: PHPXref at 1024px

Hey Steve, your welcome.

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#12 2011-11-30 14:16:21

jakob
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Re: PHPXref at 1024px

Hi Bert, still find this resource really useful for fathoming out how things work but found myself looking for something today that wasn’t there as the last version tracked was 4.30. Any chance of you updating the textpattern phpxref to the most recent version, or even the svn? Thanks!


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#13 2012-02-17 20:24:21

net-carver
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Re: PHPXref at 1024px

Hello Bert,

would you please consider adding Flourish to PHPXref?


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#14 2012-03-12 19:56:04

net-carver
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Re: PHPXref at 1024px

Hello Again Bert,

not sure if you are getting notifications for this topic, but if so, could I please also request that ProcessWire be added to PHPXref?

Thank you!


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#15 2015-09-10 12:43:15

etc
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Re: PHPXref at 1024px

How funny – you need a login to enter the Textpattern section now.


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#16 2015-09-10 13:09:13

Destry
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Re: PHPXref at 1024px

Funny is one word.

So should we remove the links from the plugin dev docs?

We have a rule in the CSF G+ community that nobody can post a link to content there that requires a sign-up to access the content (white papers, templates, reports, epubs, whatever). That’s just lead generation, plain and simple, that usually lands your email in a mail list or newsletter subscription.

I think it’s done here for different reasons, but still, same principle (don’t link to what ain’t accessible).

Last edited by Destry (2015-09-10 13:13:40)


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#17 2015-09-10 13:17:33

maverick
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Re: PHPXref at 1024px

I don’t believe it is just Textpattern:

Bert has posted this to the front page:

Members Area

Sadly, the cross-references have been placed behind password protection.

There’s just too many ill-behaved web spiders and website scrapers eating up our bandwidth, and we’re not about to play whack-a-mole. Some of these enterprising individuals have scraped our entire cross-reference library, and are serving it out as their own branded content, with ads thrown into the mix.

Should you have legitimate use for the cross-references, please contact us for a password.

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#18 2015-09-10 13:30:30

Destry
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Re: PHPXref at 1024px

Good to know. The question still stands, though. Remove the links from docs?


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#19 2015-09-10 13:55:12

maverick
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Re: PHPXref at 1024px

I am okay if it stays, but if so, I think it would be in order to include a notation that a login is required

Last edited by maverick (2015-09-10 14:22:29)

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#20 2015-09-10 14:09:23

Destry
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Re: PHPXref at 1024px

Done.


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