Instead of trusting the php session, it uses a cookie. The php session
sooner or later is distroyed if not used. It depends upon the server
settings. Using a cookie ensures that one really stays signed in.
Dev notes: I wanted to avoid merge conflicts, stay with the main
developper standards and keep the "index.php" in one file. That's why
the code may not be that nice. My own dev level my also explain.
jQuery has been removed from all pages, except those who really require
it (like autocomplete in link edition).
Immediate gain: All pages weight 286 kb LESS ! \o/
Highlighting in search results has also been temporarly removed (and
will be re-implemented).
* Library used is http://neocotic.com/qr.js/ (11 kb).
* jQuery is no longer used to display QR-Code (this is a first step in removing jQuery entirely).
* This library is loaded *only* if the QR-Code icon is clicked.
* External service was changed from "invx.com" to "qrfree.kaywa.com" because invx has become bloated.
NETSCAPE-Bookmark sometimes contains dates as milliseconds instead of
For instance, this is the case of the files gererated for Google +1s by
This patch make these files compatible.