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Nov 30, 2018

OpenX Tips and Tricks

Inforbiro is an Information Technology and Marketing Agency with its own Internet marketing network BlicKlik. We have a lot of experience in software development as well as in Internet marketing and advertising. We constantly try not only to develop great web sites, mobile, desktop or facebook applications but also to share our knowledge.

Therefore, below is a collection of OpenX Ad Server Tips and Tricks articles written on our company blog that could be useful to all of you.

Nov 21, 2018

What is BOM (byte order mark)

The byte order mark (BOM) is a Unicode character used to signal the endianness (byte order) of a text file or stream. BOM use is optional, and, if used, should appear at the start of the text stream.

Beyond its specific use as a byte-order indicator, the BOM character may also indicate which of the several Unicode representations the text is encoded in.

The UTF-8 representation of the BOM is the byte sequence 0xEF,0xBB,0xBF. A text editor or web browser interpreting the text as ISO-8859-1 or CP1252 will display the characters  for this.

Nov 15, 2018

Google Adsense Privacy Policy Example

One of the requirements by Google related to the Terms and Conditions of their Adsense program is that all Adsense publishers should have a "Privacy Policy" on their websites.

Below is the sample of Google Adsense privacy policy you can use on your own site (just replace %SITE% with you domain name.

Privacy Policy for %SITE%

The privacy of our visitors to %SITE% is important to us.

Nov 07, 2018

Silverstripe Cache Problem

Our readers reported a problem they experienced during SilverStripe CMS installation related to SilverStripe cache.

They had problems trying to install SilverStripe on a shared host servrer where it was complaining that it did not have permission to write to the temporary folder "/tmp/silverstripe-cache" as part of the "Is the temporary directory writeable?" test.

Full error message is:

No write access to /tmp/silverstripe-cache

Nov 01, 2018

Ubuntu 12.10 - What's New

Canonical released Ubuntu 12.10 on October 18th. Quantal Quetzal is the 17th release of the Ubuntu GNU/Linux distribution that will be supported until April 2014 (two years)

Canonical claims that new release brings overall improvements, updated applications and many new features.

Here are major changes.

What's new in Ubuntu 12.10

- Ubuntu 12.10 New Name

"Quantal Quetzal" is the name of Ubuntu 12.10.

The Quetzal is a family of birds found in western Mexico with mostly iridescent green plumage.

- Linux kernel 3.5