About BlogX

This site is running Matthew1471's version of BlogX V2.1.

The site owner can post information about his/her daily or weekly events in a little box and the site presents them for everyone to read.

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Matthew1471's Edition of BlogX runs "Classic ASP" (Wider supported and simpler) and is programmed in Visual Basic.

What is Matthew1471's BlogX's Features?

  • Firm Advanced Comment Spam Management Control System (including IP validation).
  • Full online control panel to edit the configuration.
  • Fully supports the innovative Pingback
  • Allows categories, date linking to be turned on or off.
  • Much more responsive than the original WebBlogX.
  • Ability to customize the external links online.
  • Allows "EntriesPerPage" setting and correctly handles page numbers.
  • Allows "Contact Me" setting and supports a range of ASP Mail components.
  • Allows "Themes".
  • Supports RSS (Really Simple Syndication).
  • Can be set to use either 12 Hour or 24 Hour times.
  • Has an online editable disclaimer and change password utility.
  • Has a built in spell check function.
  • Dynamically assigns categories upon a new entry added.
  • Checks for SQL & HTML exploits/injections.
  • Anti-bruteforce login code prevents password guesses.
  • Supports the Windows client Matthew1471's WinBlogX.
  • Simple to setup and configure.
  • Comments RSS for each post.
  • Full customisable search engine.
  • Most pages follow the XHTML standard which renders fast on modern browsers.
  • Differentiates between a user's address and their proxy and allows independent banning of both.

Download Matthew1471 WebLogX

To download the current version of BlogX click here.
A list of changes and improvements can be found here.

To download the current version of WinBlogX (the windows posting client) click here.

To view information on the current version of BlogX, click here.

Thanks To

Max Web Portal
ASPxmlrpc SourceForge Team

All the beta testers and people who have got in contact with suggestions and reported bugs.

Dedicated to Hannah Poulter, a girl who taught me an awful lot about life.

Lee (IndaUK) for the incredible FireFox JS compatibility.

Obviously a huge thanks to Chris Anderson without his site design there would DEFINITELY not have been a Matthew1471 BlogX today!

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