I've currently got an alert system up and running. It currently supports actions via Codity, but I plan on adding alerts into all pages soon.
The AdvancedBan web add-on has been updated with some cool new features. Some of these features include displayed user skulls and pagination. However, I will not be finishing the 'My Photos' page and will turn it into a new project.
Pagination has been added to most of the pages. I will be working on the 'My Photos' page and updates for the AdvancedBan web add-on later today.
All dates are now correctly formatted. Also, I will be releasing the "My Photos" page of the dashboard by the end of this upcoming weekend. Thanks for all the support and remember to check out my latest release on GitHub, ab-web-addon via mathhulk.me.
Comments and posts now take statistics from the user database instead of the original statistics at the time. For example, roles and profile pictures may be more up-to-date. Along with that, I have also released mathhulk.me for my GitHub projects.
You can now select a custom Gravatar profile picture. A custom website can also be entered. You can change these under the profile tab.
I am working on major updates for the site. These include new alerts, layouts, pages, and functions. I'll try to keep everyone as updated as possible.
The Codity issue has been fixed. Thanks for all your support.
All Codity pastes have been reset to accompany the new paste sub-domain. All pastes can now be located under https://c.theartex.net/id. However, when transferring to the sub-domain via the new HTTPS supported DNS manager, I had some troubles with the database and PHP scripts. If you find any issues, please let me know. I have tried to fix them all. Along with this, the clone and search features have been removed, as they are unnecessary.
Most of the site now supports HTTPS. However, some dynamic pages, such as the Lukkit docs and error page, do not. As no important information is sent over these files, all should be good. However, I am working on getting HTTPS supported. Along with that, I have partnered up with jammehcow, the author of Lukkit, to host the Lukkit documentation and Lukkit forums.