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PostPosted: Mon Apr 11, 2011 3:07 pm    Post subject: blog on front page Reply with quote

Appears to have a load of random stuff in it...
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Follow us on @linuxformat now!
" ["log"]=> string(0) "" ["format"]=> string(1) "3" ["uid"]=> string(3) "198" ["name"]=> string(4) "Mike" ["picture"]=> string(0) "" ["data"]=> string(6) "a:0:{}" ["last_comment_timestamp"]=> string(10) "1302518246" ["last_comment_name"]=> NULL ["comment_count"]=> string(1) "0" ["taxonomy"]=> array(0) { } ["readmore"]=> bool(true) ["content"]=> array(3) { ["body"]=> array(3) { ["#weight"]=> int(0) ["#value"]=> string(468) "

Well, it looks like this Twitter thing is starting to take off, so I'd better put down my Z80 assembly language manual and get into the modern age. We've created a new Twitter account especially for the magazine, which we'll use to keep you in the loop with updates from Team LXF -- when new issues go on sale, when subscribers can get early access to PDFs, and so forth.

Follow us on @linuxformat now!
" ["#printed"]=> bool(true) } ["#children"]=> string(468) "

Well, it looks like this Twitter thing is starting to take off, so I'd better put down my Z80 assembly language manual and get into the modern age. We've created a new Twitter account especially for the magazine, which we'll use to keep you in the loop with updates from Team LXF -- when new issues go on sale, when subscribers can get early access to PDFs, and so forth.

Follow us on @linuxformat now!
" ["#printed"]=> bool(true) } ["links"]=> array(2) { ["comment_add"]=> array(4) { ["title"]=> string(15) "Add new comment" ["href"]=> string(17) "comment/reply/530" ["attributes"]=> array(1) { ["title"]=> string(31) "Add a new comment to this page." } ["fragment"]=> string(12) "comment-form" } ["node_read_more"]=> array(3) { ["title"]=> string(9) "Read more" ["href"]=> string(Cool "node/530" ["attributes"]=> array(1) { ["title"]=> string(30) "Read the rest of this posting." } } } } -->

Well, it looks like this Twitter thing is starting to take off, so I'd better put down my Z80 assembly language manual and get into the modern age. We've created a new Twitter account especially for the magazine, which we'll use to keep you in the loop with updates from Team LXF -- when new issues go on sale, when subscribers can get early access to PDFs, and so forth.

Follow us on @linuxformat now!

on http://www.linuxformat.com/blog it is ok though...
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 11, 2011 3:35 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks for letting me know! Very strange. Worked totally fine in Chrome and Safari, but not in Firefox. Turned out that using "--" to separate parts of a sentence was the problem; changed to "-" and it was OK.

Nice work, Drupal...

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PostPosted: Mon Apr 11, 2011 3:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

How strange.


http://www.unixwiz.net/techtips/sql-injection.html#map wrote:
the -- marks the start of an SQL comment. This is an effective way to "consume" the final quote provided by application and not worry about matching them


Maybe firefox was sql injecting your db Shocked
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