Today, I am going to show you how I created a custom URL for our GIDBlog Youtube channel using our own gidblog.com domain name.
Today I sat down to modify the permalink structure for this web site. The URLs for this blog used to include the
/YYYY/MM/ date parts in them, and until recently, I never really gave them much thought except to think that it was sometimes interesting.
If you ever need to redirect all your subdomains to a main subdomain like www, here is a method for you to easily accomplish that. I kept these notes from when I wanted to implement it for my own site: www.gidforums.com.
After I “upgraded” Fedora (to Fedora 19) on my main PC recently, I only had one other essential post-installation task to complete before I could get back to my regular programming on this machine. I just had to install the
pecl_http PHP extension next.
A couple of days ago, I “upgraded” Fedora on my main PC and everything seemed to be working really well until I tried to set up a local development version of one of my sites back on the machine.
Every time I set up a server, the very next thing I do is secure the Secure SHell Daemon (sshd).
My checklist for doing that looks something like this:
GIDForums will be briefly unavailable on Wednesday, May 29th, 2013.
Earlier today I implemented stricter iptables rules on this web server – finally completing one essential task I have been ignoring for so long. Minutes later, just when I was beginning to feel good about myself, on a remote server some place else, the Webmin System and Server Status module there was reporting that it could no longer access this server!
You know how to turn compression on for one or more web pages with PHP, but what if you want to enable compression for your entire web site?
GIDBlog.com was temporarily shut down for over a week, and now we’re back up again. Whew!