|Bonugli.com : Site Info|
22 September 2020
|Information about this website|
|Bonuglis in the US|
The website was originally formed at the end of March 2000, hosted with Geocities, but moved to Bonugli.com on 28th August 2000, registered with Namezero. Since February 8th 2002, Bonugli.com has been hosted with Hostroute.com. The domain is registered through sister-company Nameroute. The legal registrant of the domain is myself - Paul K. Bonugli.
Currently hosted with Hostroute, the site lives on a Linux server in the US, running the Apache server system. I have a 50mb hosting package. Uploads are possible via a web-interface, or FTP, and I also use SSI to execute commands directly on the server.Coding
A number of more recent pages have been written in the Perl programming language, and are run as server-side CGI scripts. This has enabled the addition of much more dynamic content, such as the forthcoming Discussion board. For copyright and security reasons, I am not willing to disclose any of my Perl source code. The discussion board started life as part of my A-level Computing Project. Submission of the "Contact Me" form, is based around the FormMail script, by Matt Wright.
Some recommended reads...
My web browsers of choice are Safari under Mac OS X, and Mozilla Firefox under Windows XP (with Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 for use when required). The site has also been tested under Mac OS 9.2, Windows 98, RedHat and SuSE Linux, and using Internet Explorer 5, Netscape 6, Netscape Communicator, Opera, Mozilla (Linux), and iCab (Mac). It doesn't look too bad in the Lynx text-based browser either! :o)
Most image maniuplation has been carried out using the excellent Adobe Photoshop 7, either under OS X or Win XP. Latest versions of the family tree are generated using Reunion 8 (again, a Mac only piece of software). Previous versions of the tree (and unfortunately some sections have yet to be updated!) were created using an old version of Softkey Family Tree software (no longer available) running under Windows 98. Emails are accessed predominantly through Microsoft Outlook.
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