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bio website radleygh.com
location Eugene, OR
age 25
visits member for 1 year, 10 months
seen Dec 2 at 17:40

I'm a web developer for Limelight Department. I work with your typical web-based languages including: PHP, MySQL and jQuery. I prefer to build websites with WordPress, but have also created websites from scratch, sometimes with custom content management solutions.

I've also worked with many third party API's, typically using PHP and cURL to transport JSON requests. Some of these API's I am familiar with are: Facebook, PayPal, Authorize.Net, Paytronix and Mailchimp.

I am very experienced with WordPress and plugin development, although my plugins are currently for private use. You won't find any on WordPress.org (yet). Not because I can't or don't want to release plugins there, I just prefer to keep developments for our clients closed-source. They are usually very specific and are not regularly updated.

However I can proudly say that my plugins are usually better quality, more user-friendly, and more reliable than you would find on wordpress.org. Not all the time, but usually!


Oct
9
comment Limit Plesk Panel (11.5) to a single domain?
We do, the login for that is also insecure. That's why I wanted to use an existing domain, we already have a trusted certificate set up. I figured this was the easiest solution - to restrict access to that domain only. If you have a way to restrict access to the IP address only instead, I'll work with that.
Oct
9
asked Limit Plesk Panel (11.5) to a single domain?
Aug
6
comment Lowering TTL on nameserver, not registrar, then changing nameservers?
Making the zone records match even when they aren't currently in use is pretty clever. I feel like that should have been obvious, but I didn't think of doing that lol. I'll just update both zone records when we launch. That's a lot simpler than I expected.
Aug
6
awarded  Scholar
Aug
6
accepted Lowering TTL on nameserver, not registrar, then changing nameservers?
Aug
6
asked Lowering TTL on nameserver, not registrar, then changing nameservers?
Mar
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Nov
14
asked Qmail troubles with suspicious relaylock mentioning “host-warez.info”
Feb
13
comment Unable to sign in to mail account (Courier) - Username or password incorrect?
Thank you for the suggestions. I have tried creating the directory following this page: ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=9415204 - However, that did not resolve the problem. I created another account using the adduser command you provided (which seemed much more detailed), and added the account to the virtual file + reloaded/restarted the service. Doesn't work that way either. I'm thinking it is a config error, I will have someone else take a look at this I guess. I'm clueless.
Feb
13
awarded  Custodian
Feb
13
reviewed Approve Unable to sign in to mail account (Courier) - Username or password incorrect?
Feb
13
awarded  Editor
Feb
13
comment Unable to sign in to mail account (Courier) - Username or password incorrect?
Updated with some log results, although I really don't know how to look into the issues reported. Also, forget I said bob, I was trying to keep the name "jay" out of this for privacy but screwed up. It doesn't matter anyway, just a common first name.
Feb
13
revised Unable to sign in to mail account (Courier) - Username or password incorrect?
added log results
Feb
13
asked Unable to sign in to mail account (Courier) - Username or password incorrect?
Feb
11
answered I deleted /etc/httpd/conf.d/zz010_psa_httpd.conf. What do I do?
Feb
11
comment I deleted /etc/httpd/conf.d/zz010_psa_httpd.conf. What do I do?
Alright, Thank you for the help. I will likely update or reinstall plesk and hope for the best. I fear our vhosts or subscriptions settings will be lost though.
Feb
11
awarded  Supporter
Feb
11
comment I deleted /etc/httpd/conf.d/zz010_psa_httpd.conf. What do I do?
Yeah I'm not familiar with server administration (OBVIOUSLY). etckeeper sounds like a very handy tool that I will definitely look at in the future. I was keeping backups of all the files I was modifying, but the file deleted looked similar to "zz050-psa-disable-weak-ssl-ciphers.conf", which is what I had to manually create (and originally broke the server). I deleted the wrong one!
Feb
11
comment I deleted /etc/httpd/conf.d/zz010_psa_httpd.conf. What do I do?
"No such file or directory" when I use that command. The file was generated by Plesk apparently, and at the top of the file it says "# DO NOT MODIFY THIS FILE OR ANY PART OF IT. THIS CAN RESULT IN IMPROPER PLESK # FUNCTIONING OR FAILURE, CAUSE DAMAGE AND LOSS OF DATA.". Crap.