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sh404sef 18.104.22.1680 download, sh404sef 22.214.171.1245 download
sh404sef is a SEF URL, SEO optimization and security extension for the Joomla! application framework. It consists of the core component, a system plugin and various extension-specific plugins providing support for Virtuemart, Community Builder, and many others
sh404SEF is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. All existing copyrights must be prominently visible on all modified versions of this software.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.
sh404sef is a plugin for Joomla! that was originally written for mambo by W.H.Welch and others. It contains other works by other developers such as Richard Heyes' net_Url class which is part of the PEAR libray in PHP.
The vast majority of the library as it exists today was written by Yannick Gaultier--Who I have to say has done a remarkable job!. Since the software is licensed under GPL and legally under that license I can modify, redistribute, sell or do whatever I want to with it, I'll host whatever latest version of this plugin I can find here on my site for anyone to download and use.
Yannick sells rights to download on anything-digital.com, the folks there provide support for the software so the subscriptions are justifiable (I guess, I've really never been there or used the site at all), and if I had a site that made money using his software or could justify the subscription I'd be inclined to support the cause with a yearly subscription (though personally I think the cost are a little high for what I use it for, which is why I guess I'm doing what I'm doing; that and I'm pretty opposed to subscriptions for open source software in general. wasn't a fan of how PHP Nuke did his back in the day where he'd release the latest version to his subscribers either but that's another matter).
If your site makes a decent amount of money, if you use the software, support their unwavering efforts and get a subscription. Good software is hard to come by, superior software is rare and an active developer usually stops doing it after a while and you're left to find some alternative after a while.
Though I personally don't know whether Yannick or Anything Digital donates back to PHP, W.H Welch, Project Honeypot, or any of the other libraries / projects that help make this software excellent with the funds they receive for the project, I think donating to the project is a good thing to do if you can justify it; Just because.
I'll try to keep up to date with versions as they come out. It might not always be right away, but I'll try to keep this as up to date as I can.
Last edited by MadHatter (07 Dec 2012 7:20 pm)