Archive for January, 2011

2011 ICMA Classified Media Innovation Award

Wednesday, January 26th, 2011

The second Classified Media Innovation Award will be organized by ICMA. The winner will be selected from the proposals received. All classified media companies are allowed to participate, whether ICMA members or not.

The 2011 Award will be announced at the ICMA Conference Awards Ceremony on Friday 29 April, in Nice, France. The winners will be decided by the ICMA Committee and the Top 5 shortlisted companies may be invited to present their innovation in the conference. More about 2011 ICMA Classified Media Innovation Award.

9 Ways to Secure Your Installation of iLister Classified Software

Wednesday, January 19th, 2011

Almost any Web-based software can endanger your server. Hackers can seize your administrator account details to access Admin Panel and wreck chaos to your website.

If you are starting a new script installation, you should take several steps to increase security of your website and server from the very beginning.

Classifieds Conference “RECIPES FOR SUCCESS”

Wednesday, January 12th, 2011

Classifieds Conference “Classifieds: RECIPES FOR SUCCESS” will take place 27-30 April 2011 at Nice, France.

The conference programme will cover the four main “recipes” for success – money, content, technology and content.

ICMA members and delegates benefit from the sharing of invaluable information with the worldwide community of classified media professionals. Read more about the Conference.

Introduction to HTTP

Wednesday, January 5th, 2011

The HTTP protocol first appeared in yearly 90’s as a solution for document management in CERN, a huge European research center. They needed to maintain and manage a large number of scientific documents, each having many links to other documents (think of Wikipedia).

HTTP is a protocol used by hundreds of millions of people every day for all sorts of activities: getting news, posting news, sharing photos, socializing, educating themselves, educating others, reading, and sending mail, and relaxing. HTTP is the Internet’s glue, which connects distributed web pages and WWW users. This article is quick and dirty explanation of how it actually works.