Optimizing your website is important; Google gives preference to faster websites, here are two simple ways to check on and improve upon the speed of your website for ultimate performance and decreased loading times.
This category consists of stuff related to my expertise with Systems Administration. I've been a Systems Administrator for Linux, Windows and other Operating Systems for the span of 10 - 12 years. I do this stuff for a living, but I also do it for fun and to learn. Consulting on technology for different clients across any industry is part of my job and from time to time I'll share some of those experiences with you. You'll probably find posts related to MySQL, Linux, WordPress, Servers, Command line stuff, and really geeky topics. If you're used to some of the other more fun sections on my site, this is very different.
When you add a new domain to your account, there is no crap about verifying the domain. Why do hosts care anyway? All they need to do when adding a domain to your account is to let you add the domain, and if DNS sends someone to their site looking for a given domain that […]
Advertise Here I found this excellent article about “moving to the cloud.” If you’ve ever considered moving, or are in the decision making process right now, this is a great article that highlights a few key points. Budget, time and needs. Do you really need all that proprietary software in-house? The software you pay thousands […]
This handy firefox addon will make your life easier whether you are a webmaster, systems administrator or website owner trying to know more about your website.
This is mostly for the twitter-geeks and Sys Admins or those that are a mix of both. Some of the applicable uses for this program as I see it are: Updating from cron or automated tasks Updating from your terminal Update certain events from a logfile Updating Twitter from a low-powered computer, TTYtter runs on […]
I’ve been spending some time recently helping people out with their websites and I thought I’d post a few tips on CSS basics. Let’s cover the difference between ID and Class when we’re talking about CSS. IDs… IDs should be unique per page. IDs are selected with the “#” symbol Classes… Classes can be shared, […]