using vbulletin files :
chdir('/path/to/forum'); define('THIS_SCRIPT', 'login'); require_once( './global.php'); require_once( DIR . '/includes/functions_wysiwyg.php' ); echo convert_wysiwyg_html_to_bbcode('<i>hello world</i>');
using external function :
Sitemap Creator crawls/spiders your website creating XML sitemaps compatible with the standard sitemaps.org protocol supported by Google, Yahoo!, MSN and MoreOver. The script pings Google, Yahoo!, MSN and MoreOver bots to download the sitemap file, then tracks the bot and sends you an email on every scan to your Sitemap and gives you a full report of the Search Engine respond.
Sitemaps are created from a CSV file which could easily be edited using any text editor before creating the sitemap.
you can exclude an email address or even a host that is spamming you using the access file located in your etc directory, the bad news is that it does not support regex or even wildcards.
It is very easy to start programs remotely on your windows desktop from another computer but running X11 application on Linux from another ssh session would start a new X11 session on your remote machine, that was a problem for me and here is how I solved that…..
*Updated 11 Jan 2007 to include luazlib, fix lighty config file and add zlib decoding to cache.lua for older browsers
Since I read the documentations for mod_cml, I was very excited to use this module since caching using PHP running as FastCGI is not helping much during server peak load. However, mod_cml was replaced by mod_magnet which is more flexible and gives more control over request handling in Lighttpd. This Article will focus on caching your PHP scripts using Lua and mod_magnet under Lighttpd,