Earlier we created dockerwordpress.com to give a tutorial on how to use our Docker WordPress image, that we personally use for hosting all of our sites, which can be found on Docker WordPress Image. Unfortunately Docker shut us down, due to trademark issues they told us to get rid of the domain name, so we […]
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The goal here is to use the base image provided by passenger to create a full blown hosting environment for WP. Docker seems to be catching on… So it makes sense to make that much easier, and so we’re working on making deploying WordPress on Docker easier. Stay tuned, but in the meanwhile check this […]
The web is a big place with lots of customers, and in order to take advantage of the web you must have a website. But having a website is not enough. It is absolutely necessary that you maintain your website by keeping it fresh. Adding new content is a must! So is creating new pages […]
Amazon SES bounce process for CiviCRM using IMAP. Redirect your bounce messages to an e-mail address and then use this to process that. Very useful.
The NSA as we learned in 2013 has been watching our every move. They are interested in gathering all this information in one place. And for what? Well in order to identify problems which may be of risk to persons or property. The FBI then will be dispatched to deal with this. Now many people […]
Timesnapper is a great piece of software. It takes screenshots of your computer while you work and tracks your productivity using those screenshots. Productive Peach is a similar piece of software that does similar things to Timesnapper… It takes screenshots of your computer while you work. It only takes screenshots while you are at your […]
Drupal has hooks, one of then is called hook_node_view which allows you to inject variables into your node templates.
Drupal has a great flag module that is able to flag pieces of content. Sometimes you want one flag to be able to set other flags as well. Drupal provides a hook for whenever an item is flagged. This hook can’t easily be used to flag an item beacuse each time you attempt to flag […]
Apache 2.2 up to 2.4 need special configuration to be able to pass a PCI-DSS scan. Below is what you need in 2013 to pass a basic PCI-DSS scan on your webserver. Obviously a properly configured SSL certificate helps too. You also need to configure variables in conf.d/security if you are using Debian or Ubuntu.