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Recommended Links #7

I know it’s nearly weekend, but here’s another batch of my recommended reads: An introduction to WordPress shortcodes for developers; VPN’s are not the solution to a policy problem; Marketing a NSFW website on the mainstream, the Pornhub solution; Adding Let’s Encrypt to a WordPress hosted on RaspberryPi; Personal information of jobseekers stolen during hack;

Recommended links #6

I know it’s Friday and the weekend is near, but here’s a list of cool recommendations: [How To] Add custom fonts to WordPress; The full version of Magix Music Maker is now FREE! Password rules are bullshit; Grep is loosing it’s grip; 21% of the websites still use insecure SHA-1 certificates; Optimize your images for the

A new trend in SEO, I meant spam

Since Google’s ban hammer becomes more and more effective a lot of people have started to understand that spamming the crap out of your site even using a tiered structure isn’t enough for ranking as you need good links from decent sites. So some folks thought that it would be a good idea to contact

Recommended links #5

I know it’s Sunday and that’s why I’m giving you this list now, so that you have what to read tomorrow morning when you drink your coffee: 15 great cronjob examples; The UNIX haters’ handbook; Why Wi-Fi kinda’ sucks; 7 best Drupal 8 themes; Differences between PHP: Notices, Warnings, Exceptions & Errors; A Blockchain in

Weekly recommended links #2

Here’s some more useful links that I came across this week: Setup OpenVPN on Ubuntu Clear the local DNS caches Convert RPM and DEB using Alien Command line tricks for geeks How long before you start getting SEO results? 17 problems all sysadmins will understand Optimize Apache concurrency for running WordPress How to work with