Yeah a malware scan from external site won’t be able to read .htaccess file
What’s your site for Les?
Run a Web application Vulnerability scan.
Nessus free might allow that.
Can’t remember off hand which functions are crippled in the free version compared to Pro.
Thanks for the feedback, guess I’ll need to go through an ftp and have a dig. Obviously won’t delete anything now but I’ll have a look for some weird js stuff.
Updated my Mac and my photoshop doesn’t work, anyone hook me up with a decent link to get CC? Been ripping my hair out on loads of ones that don’t seem to work. So long
Yo ned did you get my PM the other day?
My leads are a-poppin’ this month.
Nah I didn’t see mate. Will check now thanks man.
Does anyone on here design company logos? A mate of mine is setting up a new business and wants to get one done. Guess he needs a vector with a transparent background.
15% forum discount?
Try ‘free logo generator online’ search, quite a few come up, some are quite tasteful
if I was at work this week i’d sort it for you but i’m off looking after the kids for the first week of the hols.
If they can wait until next tues I can do no problem.
Cheers pal! Yes I’m sure he can.
I’ll PM you later.
Wow this is so clever
Just be wary the next time somebody gives you a lightning cable for your birthday. Even if it’s legit that’s still a shitty present.
My iphone X has been acting up lately. It’s as if there’s a ghost in the machine or something because the screen/app will suddenly start to jitter and flick back and forth between options. Basically as if someone else was controlling the screen.
Has anyone encountered this problem and know what to do?
I have seen this on my iPhones (both 5 & now SE) when using a third party charge lead or plug.
It seems to stop when I unplug or use an official charger so I’m assuming that’s why.
Yeah I had this as well. As @doowyrag said it was either a shit cable or plug (I think in my case it was a charger not giving it enough beans)
Never, ever use third party cables. I don’t know if it’s as prominent now, but on the 5/5s and I believe 6’s, third party chargers didn’t regulate voltage properly and as such the U2 IC chip would fry - this is the chip in control of the battery/charging so if that’s fried and your phone dies, it ain’t coming back on.
Came across this article so it’s fairly common with the iphone x.
Bit of a bugger.