An explanation of how a tracking pixel works, with some sample PHP code that implements a simple event tracking pixel.
I’ve started another project to move a site off of Drupal. Save Our Community is an old community group whose website is out of date an obsolete. The software is back at version 6 of Drupal. It should be kept up for historical reasons.
This is a small IP address blocking “firewall” for an old PHP based website. It’s totally basic, with no features at all. This is for those annoying situations when old software contains security holes, and you find out in the logs, when you see some queries with a long string of SQL-like code.
I downloaded Symfony and got this error. I rushed to build a new PHP, but that wasn’t the solution.
The new Google Search Console shows you what URLs were are causing 404 errors, and not in the index. A static archive of this old Drupal site worked okay, but I needed to redirect old URLs so they’d work again.