Networking Trivia

5 03 2014

flickr: by estebanvillano

In today’s post, I’d like to share some basic networking minutiae mostly from a Linux perspective as if it were a quiz. But, I’ll do one better, and share the results of all my Goog-ooling. Read the rest of this entry »

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Hopscotch

1 08 2011

by Decently Exposed

Today I’m going to play a sort of hopscotch on the computer Read the rest of this entry »





Including a Filename from User Input

24 06 2010

Why? Why would anyone in their right mind do such a thing you may well wonder. Read the rest of this entry »





Compression – Part III: .js and .css files

13 04 2010

Recently I reviewed PHP’s ob_gzhandler() which only pertains to compressing PHP files. So, what can one do about having .css or .js files sent by the web server in a compressed form decompressed by a supporting browser? Read the rest of this entry »





Compression – Part II: PHP’s ob_gzhandler()

11 04 2010

Recently, I discussed minification and today I’m going to examine using PHP to compress output using the ob_gzhandler(). There are various ways to accomplish this for browsers that support decompressing content, such as Firefox 3.6. Read the rest of this entry »





FTP and .htaccess

4 04 2010

Yesterday, I wanted to put something in a .htaccess file and then ftp the file over to my site that is hosted in the UK. Only one issue, I needed to make sure that I wouldn’t override the one that I had — just needed to add to it. Read the rest of this entry »








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