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  1. Hi all This thread has been made so you can talk about everything Wowonder, pixelphoto, flame and playtube. Please note that there no sharing in this thread or it will be deleted. Kind regards
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    CODE Custom Wowonder Script

    So you bought it once and null it but its not nulled? Does not make sense at all if you said you buy the scripts and we will customise it for $25 now that makes sense that’s a business
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    CODE Custom Wowonder Script

    So again it’s a nulled version? So you don’t support anything errors or problems if someone gets a problem within it and if so they have to hire someone else to fix any problems which could cost more then paying for a licensed script and added support from the author and get free updates to new features and bug fixes $25 for a couple mins to move files import database. How is this not profit? And have VIP to advertise your business
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    CODE Custom Wowonder Script

    So confused with this post you said it is no financial reward so you buy a license for every time someone pays you $25? If it’s the fact it’s a nulled version then you are making profit. Or if you count your time as making it non financial awarding then you are an idiot Do people get the updates available and how would that affect your time if you sold 15-30 installations would people have to pay more? Your business does not make any sense
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    need some help

    Not sure about games but edit pages http://url.space/admin-cp/edit-terms-pages or admin menu -> pages>> edit terms pages
  6. Tutorial from: https://pimylifeup.com/raspberry-pi-nextcloud-server/ For this project, we will be showing you how to setup and configure a Raspberry Pi NextCloud Server, this can act as your own personal “cloud” storage system. As time goes on the protection of your own privacy with 3rd party companies becomes harder and harder. This is where software like Nextcloud comes in hand, as it gives you full control over your files with no 3rd party controller. t is important to remember that since your data will be stored on your local network you will end up using a lot of bandwidth when uploading and downloading files from outside your local network. If your internet connection is not great then you may not get the best experience if you plan on using it outside your local network. If this looks familiar then that’s because it likely is, Nextcloud is an actively maintained fork of the owncloud software that I have previously covered. The longer it’s in development the more different these two software packages will likely become, I suggest looking into both and then deciding on which one to go with. If you want to learn more about Nextcloud, you can check out the nextcloud website. Note: The USB ports on a Raspberry Pi are typically unable to power an external hard drive. If you find this the case and your hard drive doesn’t use an external power supply then I recommend looking into buying a powered USB hub for the Pi. Equipment List You can find all the bits and pieces that I used/recommend for this Raspberry Pi nextcloud tutorial right below. Recommended: Raspberry Pi 2 or 3 Micro SD Card or a SD card if you’re using an old version of the Pi. Ethernet Cord or Wifi dongle (Pi 3 has WiFi inbuilt) External Hard drive or USB Drive Optional: Raspberry Pi Case USB Keyboard USB Mouse Installing Apache and PHP To run Nextcloud on the Raspberry Pi we will first need to install and setup Apache and PHP. We won’t be going too in-depth into installing these as they are a minor components to this tutorial. If you want to learn more about setting up a Web Server, then be sure to follow our tutorial on how to do this. For the best performance I recommend using Raspbian lite but just normal Raspbian will also work just as well. If you need information on how to set this all up check out the guide in the Pi operating systems section. For this tutorial, we will only be utilizing PHP 5. 1. To get started let’s first update our package repositories with the following command: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade 2. With that done, let’s now install apache with the following command: sudo apt-get install apache2 You can check to make sure Apache2 is successfully up and running by going to your Pi’s IP address, this should load a default Apache Page. If you are unsure on what your Raspberry Pi’s local IP address is then type in hostname -I into the terminal. 3. With Apache2 now installed onto the Raspberry Pi we just need to install PHP and several of its packages, for this tutorial we will be using either PHP5 or PHP7, this depends mainly on whether you are running Raspbian Jessie or Raspbian Stretch. To install PHP and the packages we need, run the following commands, this changes depending on if you are using Stretch and later or Jessie: Raspbian Jessie sudo apt-get install php5 php5-gd sqlite php5-sqlite php5-curl Raspbian Stretch sudo apt-get install php7.0 php7.0-gd sqlite php7.0-sqlite php7.0-curl 4. With Apache and PHP now installed there is one final thing we need to do, and that is to restart Apache. You can do this with the following command: sudo service apache2 restart Installing Nextcloud Installing Nextcloud to the Raspberry Pi is quite simple, it mainly involves downloading the script from their website, extracting the zip and then going to your Raspberry Pi’s IP address. 1. To get started let’s first move to our html directory with the following command: cd /var/www/html 2. Now we can run the following curl command so we can download and extract the latest version of Nextcloud in one go. curl https://download.nextcloud.com/server/releases/nextcloud-11.0.2.tar.bz2 | sudo tar -jxv 3. Now for the next few steps we need to change directory into our newly unzipped folder, to do this run the following command. cd /var/www/html/nextcloud 4. We now need to create a data directory for Nextcloud to operate in, for the initial setup of Nextcloud we must make this folder in our html/nextcloud directory. Do that with the following command: sudo mkdir -p /var/www/html/nextcloud/data 5. Now let’s give the correct user and group control over the data folder by running the following command. sudo chown www-data:www-data /var/www/html/nextcloud/data 6. Finally we need to give it the right permissions, again run the following command: sudo chmod 750 /var/www/html/nextcloud/data 7. We are not quite done dealing with permissions, there is one final thing we must do and that is give the www-data group control over the config and apps folder. Run the following command to do this: sudo chown www-data:www-data config apps 8. Now that we have finished with that we can now finally go to Nextcloud itself and begin its installation process. To begin go to your Raspberry Pi’s IP address plus /nextcloud. For example, the address I would go to is the following: Remember to replace my IP Address with that of your Raspberry Pi’s . https://192.168.1.105/nextcloud 9. You will now be greeted with the following screen, here you will need to type in the Username and Password that you intend to use for your admin account. If you plan on allowing your Nextcloud file service to be accessible from outside your network, make sure that you use a long and secure password. Once you are happy with this, press the “Finish Setup” button, please note this can take some time to complete as it finalises your setup. 10. After this you should now be greeted with the following welcome screen, this just lays out the various programs you can use to connect with your Nextcloud installation. Just press the X button in the top right corner to continue. 11. Now you can finally see the interface of the Raspberry Pi Nextcloud, you should take some time to familiarize yourself with all the functionality of Nextcloud’s interface. We won’t go too in depth on how to use the Nextcloud interface, if you need more information then I recommend checking out the support section on nextcloud. We have however highlighted some of the key areas to check out in the screenshot below. Moving Nextcloud’s data folder With Nextcloud now safely installed we can now tweak the setup to both be more secure and a bit more useable, one of the first things we should do is move the data directory so it does not sit in our web accessible directory. This is also the same way you would move your Nextcloud data directory onto a larger external hard drive rather than putting increased load onto the Raspberry Pi’s SD Card. 1. To get started let’s make our new directory for where we will store our data files, to make it easy we will make a new folder at /var/nextcloud and move our data folder into there. Create the folder by running the following command: sudo mkdir -p /var/nextcloud 2. With our new folder we created we will now move our data directory into it, this is easy to do thanks to the mv command. Please note that your Nextcloud system will be out of action while we move the file then adjust the configuration file. To begin the move type in the following command: sudo mv -v /var/www/html/nextcloud/data /var/nextcloud/data 3. Now with the files moved over we can now modify the datadirectory configuration to point to our new directory. First, let’s change to the config directory for Nextcloud with the following command. cd /var/www/html/nextcloud/config 4. We can now copy the config file to make a backup of the file, we can do this with the following command: sudo cp -p config.php config.php.bk 5. Finally let’s open up the config.php file for editing using nano. sudo nano config.php 6. Within this file we need to change the following line: 'datadirectory' => '/var/www/html/nextcloud/data', To 'datadirectory' => '/var/nextcloud/data', 7. Now we can save and quit out of the file by pressing Ctrl+X then Y and then Enter. You should be able to now refresh your web browser and all your files should be showing exactly as they were previously. Increasing Nextcloud’s max upload size By default, PHP has a very low upload limit, so low it’s only 2 MB. To change this, we need to modify the php.ini file and increase the limit. A cloud storage system wouldn’t be very useful if you could only ever upload 2mb files. 1. To get started we need to begin editing the configuration file with the following command: sudo nano /etc/php5/apache2/php.ini 2. Now we need to find and replace the following two lines. post_max_size = 8M upload_max_filesize = 2M To post_max_size = 1024M upload_max_filesize = 1024M Of course, you can set the file size limits to something that is much higher than 20M, so feel free to change that number to whatever you think is the maximum size file you will upload to your Nextcloud. 3. Now we can save and quit out of the file by pressing Ctrl +X then pressing Y and then Enter. Now we need to restart Apache2 to force it to read in the updated configuration file. We can do that easily with the following command: sudo service apache2 restart 4. You should now be able to restart your web browser and begin a new upload to see that the maximum upload size has been increased successfully. Allowing the .htaccess override Next, we need to deal with the .htaccess file for Nextcloud. Since we installed Nextcloud into the default Apache2 directory /var/www/html, we will need to change some settings in Apache2 to allow the .htaccess file to override settings. 1. To get started we can begin editing the file with the following command: sudo nano /etc/apache2/apache2.conf 2. With the file now open we need to find the following block, you can also use Ctrl + W to help find the block. <Directory /var/www/> Options Indexes FollowSymLinks AllowOverride None Require all granted </Directory> To <Directory /var/www/> Options Indexes FollowSymLinks AllowOverride All Require all granted </Directory> 3. Now we can save and quit out of the file by pressing Ctrl +X then pressing Y and then Enter. 4. Now we need to restart Apache2 to force it to read in the updated configuration file. We can do that easily with the following command: sudo service apache2 restart 5. You can check whether the changes have successfully worked by going into the settings page on Nextcloud. Any warning about the .htaccess file not working correctly should now be gone. Setting up SSL for Nextcloud Now we should really work on setting up your Raspberry Pi Nextcloud server so that it runs through HTTPS and not plain HTTP. For this tutorial, we will assume that you do not have a domain name, so we will be generating our own self signed certificate and not utilizing one from a free service such as Letsencrypt. 1. Before we go modifying our Apache2 configuration we will first generate the self-signed certificate, luckily, we can do this all in one command thanks to OpenSSL. Remember that a self-signed certificate will throw errors in your web browser and is not as secure as a properly signed certificate but it is better than nothing. It is also the only option if you’re not utilizing a domain name. Before we generate the certificate, let’s first make a directory to store it. sudo mkdir -p /etc/apache2/ssl 2. Now let’s generate the certificate itself by running the following command in the terminal: sudo openssl req -x509 -nodes -days 365 -newkey rsa:4096 -keyout /etc/apache2/ssl/apache.key -out /etc/apache2/ssl/apache.crt If you want to know exactly what these command arguments do, then read our little description below. req: This specifies a subcommand for X.509 certificate signing request (CSR) management. -x509: This option specifies that we want to make a self-signed certificate file instead of generating a certificate request. -nodes: This tells the openssl application that we don’t want to specify a passphrase, a passphrase will require us to enter it every time Apache is restarted which is painful to deal with. -days 365: This specifies the amount of days we want the certificate to remain valid for, after this amount of days you will have to generate a new certificate. -newkey rsa:4096: This will create the certificate request and a new private key at the same time. You will need to do this since we didn’t create a private key in advance. The rsa:2048 tells OpenSSL to generate an RSA key that is 2048 bits long. -keyout: This parameter names the output file for the private key file that is being created. -out: This option names the output file for the certificate that we are generating. After pressing enter you will be presented with the following options to fill out. Country Name (2 letter code) [AU]: State or Province Name (full name) [Some-State]: Locality Name (eg, city) []: Organization Name (eg, company) [Internet Widgits Pty Ltd]: Organizational Unit Name (eg, section) []: Common Name (e.g. server FQDN or YOUR name) []: Email Address []: 3. Once you have filled out all that information we can then proceed on with setting up Apache2 to run SSL and to also utilize our newly generated certificate. This is a simple process but an important one. First let’s enable the SSL module for Apache with the following command: sudo a2enmod ssl 4. Now we need to modify the default-ssl.conf file so it will utilize our new certificates and not the default ones that are generated by OpenSSL on installation. To begin modifying this file run the following command: sudo nano /etc/apache2/sites-available/default-ssl.conf 5. Within this file we need to change the two lines below to point to our new certificates we generated into our /etc/apache2/ssl folder. Change SSLCertificateFile /etc/ssl/certs/ssl-cert-snakeoil.pem SSLCertificateKeyFile /etc/ssl/private/ssl-cert-snakeoil.key To SSLCertificateFile /etc/apache2/ssl/apache.crt SSLCertificateKeyFile /etc/apache2/ssl/apache.key 6. Now we can save and quit out of the file by pressing Ctrl+X then pressing Y and then Enter. 7. We can now enable the default-ssl configuration and restart Apache to load in our new configuration. We can do this with the following two commands. sudo a2ensite default-ssl.conf sudo service apache2 restart 8. You can test to make sure this is working by going to your Raspberry Pi’s IP address with https:// in front of it. It will give you a warning about it potentially being an invalid certificate. This is normal as it is an unsigned certificate. For instance to make sure my own copy of Nextcloud is now running behind SSL I would go to the following: https://192.168.1.105/nextcloud 9 (Optional). An extra step to ensure that you have the best security for your Nextcloud setup is to enforce SSL so no connection can be made over HTTP, if a connection is made it will redirect you to HTTPS. We can do this by making some changes to our apache configuration, to begin let’s edit the default file with the following command: sudo nano /etc/apache2/sites-available/000-default.conf 10 (Optional). Replace all the text in this file with the code below. This will basically redirect all HTTP traffic to its HTTPs equivalent. <VirtualHost *:80> ServerAdmin example@example RewriteEngine On RewriteCond %{HTTPS} off RewriteRule ^(.*)$ https://%{HTTP_HOST}$1 [R=301,L] </VirtualHost> 11 (Optional). Now we can save and quit out of the file by pressing Ctrl +X then pressing Y and then Enter. 12 (Optional). Now before this will work we need to enable the redirect module and restart apache. We can easily achieve this by running the following two commands: sudo a2enmod rewrite sudo service apache2 restart Now going to your Raspberry Pi on HTTP should automatically redirect to the HTTPS version. For example, if I go to http://192.168.1.105 it will redirect to https://192.168.1.105 Portforwarding Nextcloud Finally, onto the section about port forwarding Nextcloud. We won’t go into too much depth on the ins and outs of port forwarding for your router but we will tell you what ports need forwarding. We will also mention what changes need to be made to Nextcloud for this to work. Before we get started with this section you need to know that Nextcloud will only operate under specifically specified trusted domains. Which means you will need to either specify a domain name that you want to use for your connection or use your public IP address. Since most home public IP addresses are dynamic you will need to look into setting up a dynamic DNS service, you will find our tutorial on how to setup a dynamic DNS service for your Raspberry Pi very handy. 1. To add your domain/IP we need to modify NextCloud’s configuration file, we can do that by running the following command: sudo nano /var/www/html/nextcloud/config/config.php 2. Within this file you will see a block of text like below. This is an array of all trusted domains that you allow Nextcloud to operate through. For now, it should only include your Raspberry Pi’s local IP address. We will add our new domain/IP onto the end of this array. 'trusted_domains' => array ( 0 => '192.168.1.105', ), For our example, we will be adding nextcloud.pimylifeup.com to the array. This means we need to increment the array ID and add the domain name. Once you have added a new one it should look something like below. Repeat this procedure for any new IP’s or domains you want Nextcloud to be able to operate through. 'trusted_domains' => array ( 0 => '192.168.1.105', 1 => 'nextcloud.pimylifeup.com', ), 3. Now we can save and quit out of the file by pressing Ctrl+X then pressing Y and then Enter. 4. Finally you will need to port forward two ports to finally have Nextcloud up and running. These two ports being Port 80 and Port 443. The protocol required for these is TCP. Hopefully by now you should have a fully operational Raspberry Pi Nextcloud Server. If you come across any issues or have some feedback related to this tutorial, then please don’t hesitate to leave a comment below.
  7. I don’t think this is a great idea IMO you have shared your username in the image meaning someone, Author of the script could find this post and have you account Banned on breaching Envato’s contract-policy
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    GET Fleet Manager

    Version 2.0

    5 downloads

    Fleet manager is a simple yet intuitive web application that provides a full, end-to-end Fleet management platform for fleet-based companies of all sizes. It enables the company to manage vehicles and drivers, manage inventory, keep a track of income and expenses and get detailed periodical reports. This efficient web application would ease the task of managing complex tasks related to companies in the transportation business.

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  9. View File Fleet Manager Fleet manager is a simple yet intuitive web application that provides a full, end-to-end Fleet management platform for fleet-based companies of all sizes. It enables the company to manage vehicles and drivers, manage inventory, keep a track of income and expenses and get detailed periodical reports. This efficient web application would ease the task of managing complex tasks related to companies in the transportation business. Submitter w3bbi3 Submitted 03/25/2018 Category Scripts Demo https://codecanyon.net/item/fleet-manager/20051839 Nulled No VirusTotal Tested No  
  10. View File MMB Tour Operator - Travel Agency Management System and CMS What we added in the new version ? Complete CMS. Create beautiful pages ( Bootstrap template ) and pick header image for each page you have. BLOG System FORM System. Create as many forms as you like, place them in any page you want. Contact form, tailor made, booking form, reviews, any form you can imagine. You create it. You use it. If you want keep it in your database, if you want get it sent to your email. FAQ System. Create many FAQs for your clients, travel agent. Place them in any page you want. Have full control. Support System. Any problem with your clients. Let them use support system to reach you. Dedicate team and make your clients happy. Maintanence Mode. We have created a maintanence mode for you to turn your website on and off with a click of a button File system. Now you can add files to your clients’ page. Module System. Now you can add our free add ons to your system. You can update the module without updating the whole system. Lots of free add ons are coming. Visa Application, Day Tours, Transfers, ToDO Module, Tailor Made Add ons are all coming for free. Lots of improvements in the core system. Many more features for you to enjoy So now you dont need Wordpress and lots of plugins to run a website for tour operators and travel agencies. Everything you need for your website. FRONTEND and BACKEND. You will have the full control. Custom made for tour operators and travel agencies. Great TEMPLATE SYSTEM ? WE ARE HERE TO HELP Full CMS with themes, Blog system, Form System, Support Module, FAQ Module. With CMS, you can create your web site, pick different themes or use your own theme. Create a beautiful blog. With the best form system, create as many forms as you need. Contact form, booking form, tailor made form, customer reviews anything. Get it sent as email or save into your database. Solve your customer’s problem with Support Module. Create different FAQ pages, for your clients or travel agents. Admin can update (add , edit, remove ) all content on travellers, bookings, tours, hotels, travel agents, guides, cars, locations, suppliers. add pricing and availabilities of tours and hotels receive booking requests and see a log of booking requests have full control of CMS. Create, update, remove pages web page. add blog articles. create Contact Forms, Booking Forms ( any type of forms) and place the forms in any page with a simple shortcode Calendar - see all tours on a calendar. Add your google calendar to see all the holidays in any country you pick. Travellers - contains all the information about travellers, booking details, invoices, payments, notes and files Bookings - update (add , edit, remove ) all content on tours, hotels, flights, rent a car and extras bookings. Print vouchers and bookings. Have full control over bookings. Tours - create tours with set date, daily departure or on request. Add different departure dates and tour capacity , make the tour featured or guaranteed departure with different optional tours. Create daily itinerary for the tour, print as pdf and email to your customers. Tour Dates - Create a Booking List, Passport List and Other Details List with a click of a button for each departure. Add Remarks ( reminder ) for each departure. Finance - Create Invoices for your customers. PDF print them, email them. Add payments to invoices. Have full control over your finance. Guide - See guides CV, tour lists and notes. MMB Travel Agency, Tour Operator Management System MMB management software helps you get more work done in less time. Automate your daily tasks, improve your decision making with real time data, and gather all your business information in one place. Since it’s web based you can use it anywhere. Submitter w3bbi3 Submitted 03/25/2018 Category Scripts Demo https://codecanyon.net/item/mmb-travel-agency-management-system/20362910?s_rank=1 Nulled No VirusTotal Tested No  
  11. Version 1.1

    9 downloads

    What we added in the new version ? Complete CMS. Create beautiful pages ( Bootstrap template ) and pick header image for each page you have. BLOG System FORM System. Create as many forms as you like, place them in any page you want. Contact form, tailor made, booking form, reviews, any form you can imagine. You create it. You use it. If you want keep it in your database, if you want get it sent to your email. FAQ System. Create many FAQs for your clients, travel agent. Place them in any page you want. Have full control. Support System. Any problem with your clients. Let them use support system to reach you. Dedicate team and make your clients happy. Maintanence Mode. We have created a maintanence mode for you to turn your website on and off with a click of a button File system. Now you can add files to your clients’ page. Module System. Now you can add our free add ons to your system. You can update the module without updating the whole system. Lots of free add ons are coming. Visa Application, Day Tours, Transfers, ToDO Module, Tailor Made Add ons are all coming for free. Lots of improvements in the core system. Many more features for you to enjoy So now you dont need Wordpress and lots of plugins to run a website for tour operators and travel agencies. Everything you need for your website. FRONTEND and BACKEND. You will have the full control. Custom made for tour operators and travel agencies. Great TEMPLATE SYSTEM ? WE ARE HERE TO HELP Full CMS with themes, Blog system, Form System, Support Module, FAQ Module. With CMS, you can create your web site, pick different themes or use your own theme. Create a beautiful blog. With the best form system, create as many forms as you need. Contact form, booking form, tailor made form, customer reviews anything. Get it sent as email or save into your database. Solve your customer’s problem with Support Module. Create different FAQ pages, for your clients or travel agents. Admin can update (add , edit, remove ) all content on travellers, bookings, tours, hotels, travel agents, guides, cars, locations, suppliers. add pricing and availabilities of tours and hotels receive booking requests and see a log of booking requests have full control of CMS. Create, update, remove pages web page. add blog articles. create Contact Forms, Booking Forms ( any type of forms) and place the forms in any page with a simple shortcode Calendar - see all tours on a calendar. Add your google calendar to see all the holidays in any country you pick. Travellers - contains all the information about travellers, booking details, invoices, payments, notes and files Bookings - update (add , edit, remove ) all content on tours, hotels, flights, rent a car and extras bookings. Print vouchers and bookings. Have full control over bookings. Tours - create tours with set date, daily departure or on request. Add different departure dates and tour capacity , make the tour featured or guaranteed departure with different optional tours. Create daily itinerary for the tour, print as pdf and email to your customers. Tour Dates - Create a Booking List, Passport List and Other Details List with a click of a button for each departure. Add Remarks ( reminder ) for each departure. Finance - Create Invoices for your customers. PDF print them, email them. Add payments to invoices. Have full control over your finance. Guide - See guides CV, tour lists and notes. MMB Travel Agency, Tour Operator Management System MMB management software helps you get more work done in less time. Automate your daily tasks, improve your decision making with real time data, and gather all your business information in one place. Since it’s web based you can use it anywhere.

    5.00 EUR

  12. I will update to the latest version soon!
  13. w3bbi3

    2nd day off snow day

    beast from the east is back today and I can’t get my car started
  14. w3bbi3

    2nd day off snow day

    Seriously it’s been really bad here.
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