News

(April 15, 2009)

A small bug made it necessary to release an update for our Short URL Script.

(April 9, 2009)

We've been asked to make the template that our website flaturl.com uses available for everyone. We threw in two additional templates and made a small package.

(April 7, 2009)

We have released version 1.3 of our Short URL Script. It contains following new features:

  • Simple API to let third party tools create short URLs
  • Twitter bookmarklet that redirects the short URL directly to Twitter
  • URL length statistics: tells you how long the URL was before the shortening and how long it is after
  • Trailing slash is removed by default

If you have purchased the script within the last 12 months, you're entitled to a free update. Please contact us by e-mail and send us your payment information (ID, name, date, e-mail etc.).

(November 22, 2008)

We have closed a security hole in our Comment Script that allowed attackers to inject JavaScript code into a comment. Please download and install the update (one file has to be replaced).

(September 23, 2008)

Today we have released a new version of Form Mail Script. It comes with a few changes and new features.

(September 17, 2008)

Most weblog scripts have a feature or plugin that allows you to announce new content to ping services. We've updated and tested our own list of ping servers and make it available for you to use.

(September 7, 2008)

I just wanted to say thank you for your awesome script. I just purchased a license after I tested it out and modified it to do exactly what I want. There is nothing like this on the Internet that offers so many options and the ability to modify it like I have done.

Keep up the great work, and once again thank you.

Marcel www.marsta.com

(July 21, 2008)

I just want to thank you so much for creating an affordable and easy way to implement such useful scripts. A few months ago I stumbled onto this site (gentlesource.com) and found exactly what I was looking for in the comment script. However, I had absolutely no idea what I was doing as I was very new to php. You responded so quickly to me via email and even advised me to try before I buy. Well, it took me a very short time to figure out how to use the script and now I have a comment section to go along with every single video on my site! Thank you again for everything! I honestly couldn't be happier!

Christine

(June 9, 2008)

Good news for all who want us to do the dirty work. We have reduced the price for our installation service. It’s now down to $99 USD/ 69 EUR.

(April 30, 2008)

It’s not necessarily a bad sign if a customer sends you six e-mails in a row, but all e-mails within 30 Minutes isn’t a good sign either. The latter proved to be true as the content of the e-mails was rather unpleasent. We were being accused of intentionally messing the script up so that customers are forced to purchase our installation service. Fortunately for us, most of our customers and users are happy.

(April 17, 2008)

Recent events gave us a reason to clarify a few things about our refund policy.

(April 4, 2008)

The News Script isn’t freely available anymore, Download Center Lite has been renamed to File Download and the ad link below our scripts will be changed into an ad text.

(January 21, 2008)

Alongside with some changes and adjustments “under the hood” the new version offers new features.

  • Public statistics
  • E-mail RSS/Atom feed
  • Ajax E-mail check
  • Choose e-mail address
  • Delete e-mail
  • E-mail account test
(October 22, 2007)

The website Guerrilla Mail has been sold. Guerrilla Mail provides you with disposable e-mail addresses which expire after 15 Minutes. You can read and reply to e-mails that are sent to the temporary e-mail address within the given time frame.

(October 7, 2007)

We have been asked what we do to prevent Guerrilla Mail from being used by spammers.

(August 17, 2007)

At least that is what some people seem to think when they read or hear the name GentleSource. The guys over at InternetMarketingSucks.com list some strange associations in an article that recommends our website as source for PHP scripts.

(August 15, 2007)

The new version of our Disposable Temporary E-mail Script contains mostly minor changes. We have added independence of PHP IMAP support, clickable links in e-mails, and neater formatted e-mails.

(August 10, 2007)

GuerrillaMail is our disposable e-mail address (DEA) service that attempts to reduce the spam in your inbox. The project was started last year in November and has served hundreds of thousands of users with a temporary e-mail address since then.

(July 25, 2007)

Today, we received an e-mail from the webmaster of Seattlelunch.com. He had some nice things to say about our Comment Script.

(July 6, 2007)

GoPHP5 has published a – so far rather short list – of PHP projects whose developers have agreed that “… effective February 5th, 2008, any new feature releases will have a minimum version requirement of at least PHP 5.2.0”. The list contains names like Drupal, Typo3, or phpMyAdmin. The goal of that campaign is to speed up the transition from PHP/4 to PHP/5.

(July 1, 2007)

As mentioned in an earlier article, our short URL service GentleURL has been shut down twice by the webspace provider. Both times without any prior notice The reason for the shut downs were that the service had been used by phishers to mask the URLs to their phishing websites.

(June 29, 2007)

Comment Script automatically uses the request URI (Uniform Request Identifier) as a unique identifier for a comment page. Apple.html and pear.html are different pages and so are apple.php?id=2 and apple.php?id=5. The same applies to /fruit/apple/ vs. /fruit/pear/. Both will show a different set of comments.

(June 27, 2007)

Writing tutorials is hard work and requires good copy writing skills. And writing good tutorials that actually help people using a program or a website is even harder. Wouldn’t it be nice if a software publisher could create great tutorials with just a few mouse clicks?

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