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General help / Re: I am unable to log into my Admin Panel on Osclass
« Last post by Aficionado on Today at 06:39:29 pm »
Also, if it was a Cpanel install, you can go to your Cpanel and click on the install details and input a new admin user name and password there.

What Cpanel has to do with Oscass admin  and login ? Are you sure ?
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General help / Re: I am unable to log into my Admin Panel on Osclass
« Last post by Rich on Today at 06:14:11 pm »
Also, if it was a Cpanel install, you can go to your Cpanel and click on the install details and input a new admin user name and password there.
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General help / Re: Add item ID to the url for social media sharing icons
« Last post by Liath on Today at 06:12:33 pm »
I don't know what you have changed there, but normally it should work fine with only osc_item_url()


i'm using this plugin also and it returned the url absolute correct
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General help / Re: Add item ID to the url for social media sharing icons
« Last post by lii240 on Today at 06:02:49 pm »
I haven't modified any permalinks. I've also tried adding other parameters but the end result is the same. I've attached an image to show the result.
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General help / Re: Hide osclass from browser source code
« Last post by _CONEJO on Today at 05:58:32 pm »
as I see it, there's two ways of doing this:
1.- modify the core, I would say that (without looking at the core), 99% of the references are through helpers, so only a few modifications are required, but you need to check every case to be sure. You will end up with a non-standard, non-upgradable core, that may or may not work (will do mostly) with plugins and themes.

or


2.- using .htaccess, your core will be upgradable but then, you need to modify every single theme or plugin url to the "new" ones


In both cases, you need to remove some files, like domain.tld/CHANGELOG.md, you need to modify every permalink options in the admin too so, no recognizable "domain.tld/item/new" ... but still, there are some clues, ugly urls will still work, so it's as easy as going to domain.tld/?page=xxx to check if it's an Osclass installation, or the format of the search's url will tell it too, ajax calls could be used to determine if it's an osclass installation or not,...



I see no reason to hide it, any person with bad intentions will know if you are running osclass or not within a few seconds, no matter how you hide it.

 
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General help / Re: Add item ID to the url for social media sharing icons
« Last post by Liath on Today at 05:54:15 pm »
Then the item id should be delivered through osc_item_url() unless you have modified the permalink settings in osclass administration


you could try to add some extra parameters with using osc_item_id() where you need it
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General help / Re: Hide osclass from browser source code
« Last post by Aficionado on Today at 05:53:57 pm »
Again: You can't hide 100% any script, no matter what you say.

By looking the html code of a website, you can spot easily what script is behind. Of cource you can rewrite half of the code but why do it ?

_CONEJO was you that posted that a long time ago ?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Security_through_obscurity
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General help / Re: Add item ID to the url for social media sharing icons
« Last post by lii240 on Today at 05:48:54 pm »
In the item.php file just under the original "share code" which I have commented out - please see below
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<!-- <a href="<? /*php echo osc_item_send_friend_url(); ?>" rel="nofollow" class="ui-button ui-button-middle"><?php _e('Share''bender'); */?> OLD SHARE BUTTON </a> --->
           
        <!-- SHARE BUTTONS -->
            <!-- Email -->
            <a href="mailto:?Subject=EDIT THIS PART&Body=EDIT THIS PART <?php echo osc_item_url() ; ?>" target="_blank"><img src="/oc-content/themes/bender/images/email.png" alt="Share by email" title="Share by email" /></a>
            <!-- Facebook -->
            <a href="http://www.facebook.com/sharer.php?u=<?php echo osc_item_url() ; ?>" target="_blank"><img src="/oc-content/themes/bender/images/facebook.png" alt="Share on Facebook" title="Share on Facebook" /></a>
            <!-- Twitter -->
            <a href="http://twitter.com/share?url=<?php echo osc_item_url();?>" title="<?php echo osc_item_title();?>" target="_blank"><img src="/oc-content/themes/bender/images/twitter.png" alt="Share on Twitter" title="Share on Twitter" /></a>
            <!-- Google+ -->
            <a href="https://plus.google.com/share?url=<?php echo osc_item_url() ; ?>" target="_blank"><img src="/oc-content/themes/bender/images/google.png" alt="Share on Google+" title="Share on Google+" /></a>
        <!-- SHARE BUTTONS -->
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General help / Re: Hide osclass from browser source code
« Last post by Liath on Today at 05:39:37 pm »
I do not understand why you say "you are no longer able to connect to the market place" ?

I tried it for myself, succesfully... all was working fine, except standard plugins and themes. It wasnt possible through some htaccess modifications only after rewriting the whole core of osclass and after that i lost the connectivity to the market place


maybe, if you spend alot more time and write some extra functions to redirect core functions to new pathes, but i didnt spend so much time for just a test


Why are you not able to connect to the market? Folder's names doesn't have anything to do with the market.
It shouldn't take much time to modify it and use other folders, but it's not worthy. There's no reason (except you are using and old and vulnerable version and don't want to upgrade) to hide it.


I didnt checked it... i left this test
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General help / Re: Hide osclass from browser source code
« Last post by _CONEJO on Today at 05:36:33 pm »
I've tried it for myself.... and it would be possible.... BUT, after then you are not able to install any plugin or theme without modifications and you are no longer able to connect to the market place


so in summary Aficionado is right.... it is not possible on normal way

Why are you not able to connect to the market? Folder's names doesn't have anything to do with the market.
It shouldn't take much time to modify it and use other folders, but it's not worthy. There's no reason (except you are using and old and vulnerable version and don't want to upgrade) to hide it.
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