TheMadScientist - 5:48 am on Mar 15, 2011 (gmt 0)
9.) Leave a way for contact in the form of an obscured e-mail address somewhere ... This way when I get an internal server error from your site I can tell you AND when one of the sites you promote in an email is leaking database connection information on the home page I can tell you that too, so maybe your site(s) can get fixed ... I'm guessing most people don't cause internal server errors or give away their database connections on their site(s) on purpose and I can't help but to think if they knew there was an issue they would correct it, but when something like this happens the forms don't work either, so the internal server error I can't tell the site owner about is still happening, because I can't contact the site owner since there's an internal server error and the e-mail I received is from a 'no-reply' address ... Yes, I know is this business it may be tough to believe someone would actually tell you about a critical information leak rather than just exploiting it, but it really does happen, and it might happen more often if there was a way to contact site owners other than a form that breaks when the site breaks.