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Thursday, September 18, 2014

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Websites Abound

Apparently this is the summer for websites. I’ve recently been approached for the construction of a brand new website for the local Anglican Church covering Doaktown, Ludlow and Boiestown. I’ve also been handed the job of updating the York Sunbury Ground Search and Rescue website. Challenge accepted. I’ll post my progress soon.

May 29, 2013 - Well York Sunbury Search and Rescue have a new website which they seem to be quite happy with. They were a great bunch of people to work with, very professional, knew what they wanted and well organized which made my job a whole lot easier. Thanks you all for the opportunity and the chance to prove myself.

As a side note, during the later part of development  we ran into a little bit of a snag. Because the site needs to be accessed by government agencies, the IT department representing these agencies performed some in-depth scans and the site ended up being flagged as containing malicious code. WHAT!! Obviously this was not intentional on my part but needed to be addressed quickly. So I dug in and started researching what maybe causing this to occur.

The scan came up with the term injection.BlackSEO.Web.Generic. Apparently, the culprit was a simple Joomla! slideshow extension called Autson Slideshow. It has since been taken off the Joomla! site and is under investigation. It contained a javascript function that manipulated back links in such a way that it would inject preset links that really didn't exist in the current site to make some other site rank higher in search engines. Big no no from Google.

Anyway, lesson learned and we move on.     

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