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G-Hub Pro ( $5 )

G-Hub Pro Current Version: 3.4.0 (December 12, 2019)Price: $5 Features / Purchase Claim Purchases Contact G-Hub Pro v3 supports Mozilla Thunderbird 68+. G-Hub Pro v2 supports Mozilla Thunderbird 52 to 63.G-Hub Pro v1 supports Mozilla Thunderbird 3 to 52.If you are using an older version of Mozilla Thunderbird, please download the older versions of G-Hub Pro from the older versions section of the download page. Please note that versions of G-Hub Pro prior to v3 utilize dedicated toolbar buttons for each service. The screenshots, features ...

Barnes Creek; A Hidden Gem in Canandaigua, NY

Last weekend was hot and muggy but I had the itch to get out and do something physical. I managed to convince Cathy to join me for a short hike. We didn't really feel like walking around Mendon Ponds Park so I fired up AllTrails on my iPhone and looked for something interesting but on the shorter side. I came across a listing for the Barnes Creek Trail but comments suggested ditching the trail and walking up the creek itself. Doing so ...

Mount Washington Hike Preparation

This weekend myself and my old college buddy Milosz are heading up to the White Mountains in New Hampshire for some camping, mountain biking, and to hike Mount Washington. Just a little day hike to the summit at 6,288 ft, traversing more than 8 miles of varying terrain, increasingly thinning air, strong wind, and varied weather patterns. We'll be making the hike on either Saturday or Sunday depending on which day looks better weather-wise. I'm no foreigner to hiking. I've gone hiking in ...

11 Excruciating Months With HostMonster Have Come To An End

A little less than I year ago I was forced to move to shared web hosting after running my own dedicated web & email servers for years. The reason for the move was purely financial -- hardware and internet connection costs simply pushed the luxury of dedicated hosting out of reach. When searching for a web hosting service the usual suspects kept surfacing; Bluehost, Dreamhost, FatCow, HostGator, and HostMonster (powered by Bluehost). I decided to go with HostMonster based on their being ...

Mobile Device Detection Framework (PHP)

Mobile Device Detection Framework (PHP) Current Version: N/APrice: FREE Responsive design is the future, but it's still necessary to perform server-side device detection in some instances. This lightweight server-side solution utilizes the php $_SERVER array (HTTP_USER_AGENT) and the php function stripos providing a framework to detect a list of known devices. Reference the code below to use as a stating point for basic php device detection and modify as required for your project. Example supported devices: iOS (iPod Touch, iPhone, iPad) Android ...

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