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[ALPHA TESTING] Podcast Infusion

About:: A podcast is a digital medium consisting of an episodic series of audio, digital radio, PDF, or ePub files subscribed to and downloaded through web syndication. This infusion will allow you to upload and manage such files in a CMS based environment.

Live Demo: Here

Currently, this infusion is for private testing only. Features will gradually be updated as I reach the first public v1.0 release.

What I need from the public now is to offer up suggestions and feedback along with reporting any bugs found to ensure a smooth release.

Features to Do:
+ RSS Feed (Latest Audio)
+ Side Panel / Center Panel
+ Edit/Delete Podcast
+ Admin Settings
+ Image Upload
+ Member Upload/Management


Happy Podcasting!

-NetriX
NetriX attached the following file:
podcast_infusion.zip [34.36kB / 302 Downloads]
Very, very good!
Thank you for the input.

I'm not sure if it's a bug or not, but when exporting my table structure using InnoDB and MariaDB, it doesn't export correctly. AUTO_INCREMENT is left out for one.

As I copy past my export to the infusion.php file, it didn't include AUTO_INCREMENT so all id's when posting are equal to 0.

Strange, but to anyone using this setup. Keep your eyes peeled.

Will update the file to next alpha version shortly with edit/delete functionality.
I just looked into podcast/index.php without test and I saw this on line 37:
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redirect("../../index.php") . die();


die() does not return anything to concatenate and the redirect() halt the script itself. die() is not needed and does not affect anything.

The same case in the add.php on line 44.

$locale_podcast['go_back'] is "< Go Back". Replace it with "&lt; Go Back" or use htmlspecialchars() when you display it in index.php.

In the add.php you have an SQL INSERT and assigned an empty string to id on line 57. We were talking about this before :) It is not recommended and not needed in your case at all. You can remove the line safely.
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