Just a few quick questions,
The first one is related to Squid,
Is it easy to configure squid to block urls. Say I want to configure it so that any urls with sex in the are automatically banned or If I downloaded the list of adult web sites from Net nanny or such sites I could add them to a deny list.
Same to for mp3's, so if anyone requested a file with an .mp3 extension it would refuse to dload it or it would send them an alternative mp3 that when played would tell the user to get lost.
Could anyone point me to any online resource on this. The docs are a bit difficult to understand in this area.
Also I am looking at either buying,developing a product that basically does the following:
A web site design is implemented. Howevr all the html is stored in a database preferably sql as I am happy with it and it cuts down my learning curve. All the admin of the site can be done via the web. So if somebody wants to create a new web page it will automatically do so. All they have to do is insert the text. Plus if they want to move the pages they created to another section they can do so. I know of something in asp that can do something like this, however I do not want to implement asp on an Apache server ( I know you can ).
Has anyone ever seen or heard or done anything like this?If so could you reccommend a product/online resource where I could see it etc etc.
All help is appricated.
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