Page protect is a free, open source plugin for WordPress to provide a simple method of restricting access to a group of (non-Wordpress) users.
Multiple groups can be defined and re-used of multiple pages. The user controls allow change of password.
The administration page allows passwords to be changed, users to be added and groups to be defined.
HHVM is an open-source virtual machine designed for executing programs written in Hack and PHP. HHVM uses a just-in-time (JIT) compilation approach to achieve superior performance while maintaining the development flexibility that PHP provides. (more…)
WordPress co-founder Mike Little loves the things designers do with the software he helped invent. But, he tells David Crookes, they really need need to keep abreast of platform advancements
PHP is a strange and (let’s get it over with) ugly, little language. It’s not exceptionally fast. It’s not beautiful syntactically. It’s not formulated around a clear opinion. And it’s still what I write a lot of software in. The obvious question is: why? (more…)
News has broken that a huge DDOS attack has been going on recently. Nothing new there, but what is different this time is that the XMLRPC interface of WordPress is being used as indirect source amplification vectors. (more…)
My most recent project was for a major international organisation in Rijswijk (Netherlands). My primary role was the development of a secure data exchange platform replacing traditional high volume mail based paper and CD exchange. (more…)
At Lemonberry, we needed a administration system for managing our clients and their (mainly WordPress) hosting account. (more…)
One of the problems with living in a foreign country and not speaking the local language very well is that it can be a pain to deal with bills, tax documentation, government correspondence and other post that comes through your door. My solution is an automated document management system that will translate anything that is scanned on our network scanner. (more…)
A requirement was made to provide secure access to a collection of approximately 500 videos, roughly an hour each in length. The system should be web based, use the credentials of an existing client portal and be conservative on disk/bandwidth usage. Administrators should also be able to group videos and add/remove them. (more…)
Back in 2008 I developed my own Content Management System (CMS) for Lemonberry as we had a need to provide our clients with websites where they could have a rich interface for keeping the content up-to-date, whilst keeping the stucture and design of the site to us. (more…)
rtGui is a web based front end for rTorrent – the Linux command line BitTorrent client. It’s written in PHP and uses XML-RPC to communicate with the rTorrent client. (more…)