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Introduction Since I'm on vacation and I have nothing better to do I decided to make a mobile version of our blogs. Not only because it's fashionable but also because old people will have a hard time reading this site on a smartphone and to save band…
Yes it has been 2 years since we launched this website. But I think the we started this thing about a year earlier. In the beginning mostly talking about it and then someone (damber) decided it was time for action and we set up the website. First we did this on a development server.
First we had to choose the platform we were going to use. That was easy since money was a problem we choose a linux platform. Which meant php was also an obvious choice.
After choosing the bits we needed (phpbb for the forums, b2evo for the blogs and mediawiki for the wiki) we needed to integra...
for this blog we needed to make some adjustments to the code. One of them was the summary. Because we don't want our bloggers to write excerpts by themselves, we decided to do it for them (mainly tarwn).
To do this we take the original blogpost and cut it off at 600 characters. This works pretty well in php, since there are some functions for this. And this is what we have so far.
Thz following piece of code demonstrates the normal way of making a donate button that uses your paypal account.