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PHP Safe Mode

Thread began 9/21/2010 11:03 am by codamedia | Last modified 9/22/2010 12:24 pm by codamedia | 589 views | 3 replies


PHP Safe Mode

I have been asked by the owner of a site to build a simple news application for them. I have tested their site, and PHP is running in safe mode, with no option for turning it off.

I have determined that I need to setup the following for this application to run.

1: Security Assist: to setup a basic login system for admin use only.
2: DataAssist to manage two tables, which will be related.
3: HTML editor, not so much to manage files or images, just to give the user the ability to add a link or two easily.
4: UE4, not for email - but to upload a single image file using digital file pro for each news item.
5: Framework Builder - Not 100% necessary, but I prefer to build admin areas and apps with plugins.

Is there any immediate concerns in trying this with PHP's Safe Mode turned on. Or should I just tell the user they need to switch hosting company's.

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