Hi, I'm Nathan, nice to meet you!
I'm happily married to my best friend; we have an amazing baby boy and the cutest dog in the world. We live on a spiffy little homestead just south of Pleasant Hill, Ohio.
I'm a Christian and a minister for the Lord Jesus Christ. If you ever need anything, I'd be more than happy to provide prayer and support.
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And now, dear brothers and sisters, one final thing. Fix your thoughts on what is true, and honorable, and right, and pure, and lovely, and admirable. Think about things that are excellent and worthy of praise.Philippians 4:8, New Living Translation
How Facebook sets and uses cross-domain cookies
I’ve seen a lot of confusion about this lately, so I thought I’d make a quick writeup to explain how facebook does it. (I’ll also give a quick tip on how you can do it yourself.)
What Facebook Does
Facebook is in a unique position compared to many developers looking to set cross domain cookies: The user visits both facebook.com and the other website.
IMPORTANT SECURITY NOTICE
Versions 1.9 and older are vulnerable to a XSS attack. Please upgrade to 1.9.1 or newer immediately!
I’m working on a project that has a legitimate (non-spammy) reason to need cross-domain cookies, and we settled on flash as a good way to accomplish this.
How to build a spam-free contact form without captchas
Most anti-spam methods used by websites today are annoying at best. They use impossible-to-read captcha images, or they make users jump through some kind of hoop to get the email address instead of just clicking on it. This can mean lost sales and opportunities for you, because each hurdle turns away more users.
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