Making your site run faster, when you don’t have access to the root of your server, is hard, but not impossible.
There is no plugin I have to have for a WP site. I can do without all of them, if I wanted. But I understand the difference between wants and needs.
WHOIS you think you’re fooling? No one. WHOIS well tell you who runs a site. Sometimes. If you’re lucky.
Go www free. It’s the way to be. Or not, but I certainly never use it anymore.
Duplication of Data Does Dangerous…. I ran out of D’s but you get the idea. It’s bad. Don’t do it. Don’t split the party.
The tl;dr for this post is that I don’t like Tumblr, and find it a clunky, poorly supported psudeo-blog and you should use something else.
Half essay, half nerdy. Why large files don’t move well, some alternatives and options, and why this killed MegaUpload.
Stop SOPA and use your .maintenance file to do it!
Yourls? Myurls! It’s easy, it’s painless and it works.
It’s not a problem with thinking, but a problem with understanding and lack of knowledge that causes repetition. If you don’t know exactly what you want, it’s hard as hell to ask for it.
While we all design open source, there’s a point at getting in on the changes and it’s not beta testing. Testing begins earlier, and your responsibility depends on who you support.
This is actually a request. The server that runs Ipstenu.org hosts three other domains. I set up my self signed certificate just fine for *.ipstenu.org, but I want to add on the other domains. For some reason I seem to be failing. I somehow managed to get it half-baked. If you go to https://otherdomain.com it… Read more about Request: Multiple Domains, One IP SSL Certificates