If you are using elgg 1.7.x or elgg 1.8.x you must upgrade now to the latest elgg version immediately. A new security threat has been discovered and fixed, and I will explain the details about this threat in this article and the solution for it
Tags: 1.7, 1.8, attack, bugs, community, elgg, protect, protecting, secure, security, threat, tutorials, twitter, upgrade, widget, xss
Posted under Elgg, Security
In today’s web environment you have a great number of options when it comes to technologies to use, images to show, animation to run, navigation to launch, as well as many different frameworks to implement but one area that has always been fairly limited is in different fonts. For the most part you have just a few (relatively speaking) to pick from. You can look at sites like ampsite, MIT, webDesigndev and many others and you will find that you have about 16 fonts or so. This has always bothered me. You want to provide the user with a unique experience which should include fonts that are tailored to your site design. You can create a wide range of graphics text but these are neither scalable nor search engine optimized. Learn More
Tags: add, different, fonts, google, how to, html, safe, site, styles, web
Posted under 3rd Party Software, Programming/Coding
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