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  • Email Applications
    Running Your Own Open Source Email Server: Administering iRedMailEmail
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    Now that you've installed iRedMail, I'll guide you through configuring and customizing your new mail server with the iRedAdmin administrative panel and other tools.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Using HHVM With WordPressHhvm
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    Learn how to make your site load blazing fast by installing WordPress with HHVM on a server running on Ubuntu 14.04.Read More…
  • Web Servers
    Nginx Guide: EssentialsNgingx
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    In this article you'll learn about the essential nginx modules and get a list of other important resources for building your own nginx modules.Read More…
  • Web Servers
    Nginx Guide: IntroductionNgingx
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    More than 20% of sites on the internet use Nginx as their web server. How can you use it for your website?Read More…
  • Email Applications
    Running Your Own Open Source Email ServerEmail
    524 shares
    Whether for security, privacy, economy, control or just plain geeky reasons, iRedMail with Roundcube makes a compelling choice for running your own mail server.Read More…
  • Performance
    Accelerate Your Content Delivery With KeyCDNPreview
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    Speed up your website or WordPress site with KeyCDN. Fast, simple, affordable and reliable, it's an ideal CDN for newbies or experienced system administrators. I decided to switch after researching this piece.Read More…
  • WordPress
    How to Back Up a WordPress Site with CodeGuardPreview
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    Use CodeGuard's website time machine to configure secure backup services for your WordPress site, files and databases.Read More…
  • Web Development
    A Beginner’s Guide to HTTP and RESTBeginners guide to http and rest
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    Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) is the life of the web. It's used every time you transfer a document, or make an AJAX request. But HTTP is surprisingly a relative unknown among some web developers. This introduction will demonstrate how the set of design principles, known as REST, underpin HTTP, and allow you to embrace its fullest power by building interfaces, which can be used from nearly any device or operating system.Read More…
  • Web Development
    Apache 2 Advanced Configuration on Unix-Like SystemsPreview
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    In a previous tutorial, we took a look at some of the most basic, but important, Apache configuration directives - what they are for, and how to edit them to fit our needs. For a very basic website (perhaps one with just a few static HTML pages), those simple directives might be all you need to know. Chances are, however, you need a more complex website; today we will look at some advanced directives and configuration settings.Read More…
  • Back-End
    The Best Way to Learn PHPBest way to learn js
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    Learning something from scratch is almost always an arduous affair -- you simply have no idea as to where to start, or not to start, to kick things off. I loathed learning about the idiosyncrasies of C++'s syntax when all I wanted to learn were some darn programming concepts. As I'm sure you can agree, this is a less than ideal situation. This is where the Nettuts+ "The Best Way to Learn" series comes into the picture. This series is intended to be your blueprint, your road map, your plan of action for learning your topic of choice! You don't have to worry about finding the best resources, sorting out the bad ones, and figuring out what to learn next. It's all here. Just follow it, step by step. Today, we're going to figure out the best way to learn PHP.Read More…
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