4est Logging is a weblog that features pseudo code, emoticons, a censored word list, and time zone offset support with an option for a multi-user interface. Security is provided through a password protected post screen. You can enable or disable commenting.
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Release Notes: The script was completely rewritten and attachment support was added. Too many issues to list were fixed.
Release Notes: This release updates the error codes, changes the counter script, fixes the deletion confirmation page, and adds two different title formats and master password encryption.
Release Notes: This version adds two different date formats, admin login (cookie) support, an option for disabling pseudo code, the option to change the date language, an option for specifying the location of the articles and working folder, and an "admin options" bar so that the edit and delete links are right on the page. It removes the censor and delete passwords in favor of the admin cookie, fixes the entry delete function so now it also moves the associated comments, and relocates the IP address lookup to the "admin options" bar on the entry's page for security.
Release Notes: This version changes the way the script sends data through the URL, changes the default script name from weblog.cgi to index.cgi, cleans up some old old code in the add entry sub routine, fixes the master password inconsistency that arose from faulty coding, fixes some other minor code errors in the form data parser and in the boss_post sub, and fixes the censored word list editor so that the list is no longer censored when updated.
Release Notes: Support for entry deletion was added. A master password was added, so now the admin only needs to remember one password. Support for SSI was added, and can be invoked by adding an /ssi/on switch to your URL. Support was added for loading the entry data into the form fields in the boss_post screen. Some messy code that was left over from the previous version was fixed. The first entry in a new weblog or a new month change will now overwrite the automatically generated entry from a new weblog or a month change.