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[Discuss] Small website, non-technical users: Joomla, Drupal, or WordPress? (Solved)

Hi Kent,

What do you mean by variables being public to the internet?  Nobody
can directly access them from what I understand.  Sanitize in and out
you should be fine no?


On Tue, Jan 7, 2014 at 6:55 PM, Kent Borg <kentborg at> wrote:
> On 01/07/2014 06:46 PM, Bill Horne wrote:
>> Thanks to all for your help: I've just gotten off the phone, and the
>> decision has been made to go in a different direction. We have a volunteer
>> who wants to learn "native" HTML, and so we'll be setting up a "static" site
>> without a CMS.
> More secure than using fancier stuff.
> I know when I once learned a little about php I was shocked to learn that by
> just following ones nose tons of dangerous things could happen.  I forget,
> but I think all variables default to being public to the internet unless the
> programmer remembers mark them otherwise.  Or something scary like that.
> -kb
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