EDIT: This problem has been resolved
Yea it isn't possible to disable it from the latest version of the script.
Programmer, web developer and entrepreneur.
jakki (7 February, 2010)
and the other saidCode:AddHandler application/x-httpd-php5 .php .js
notice the php5 and the php so i did not use the removehandler .jsCode:AddHandler application/x-httpd-php .php .js
but took out the "5" and it seems to work fine at the moment.
Anyone found any solution for this yet?Users currently have to register to add proxies. How can I disable it?
I find webmasters are too lazy to register an account, i want to disable registering thing.. Just use captcha in submit page...
How to do it in my atproxy based site?