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…ress theme, originally developed for TEDxToronto. I made a few tweaks and improvements to better fit our event, and worked with April Cox from UT Chattanooga to dial in the design and architecture. Developed on an Amazon EC2+Ubuntu+Webmin server running a Nginx+MySQL+PHP-FPM stack, the site should handle plenty of traffic, and can be scaled up […]
…dicated CentOS 5 series web server with 3GB RAM. While this is a relatively low-end box, it has plenty of horsepower for a single WordPress site and phpBB3 forum. Punktastic.com web site For this GIG, I soloed on… transferring the site from a WAMP development server to the live LAMP server configuring an active firewall […]
…group for a cohort of replicated database servers to only allow traffic from within the virtual cloud. Likewise, one could create a cloud group with public facing, load-balanced Varnish reverse proxies that interact with an Apache or NginX app server, and that app server connects to the database cohort. The only publicly-accessible servers would be […]
…her privacy settings or deleted content on the feed. You may be able to get access to the feed by contacting the owner of the content being syndicated in that feed. You will get a RSS URL: http://www.facebook.com/feeds/page.php?id=195534004499&format=rss20 If your feed’s language needs to be adjusted, for instance if your site is hosted in Netherlands […]
I have been working on a Varnish front-end for Apache, to be used with WordPress sites. I described the architecture in Load Balancing Virtualmin WordPress Hosting Server with Varnish on AWS. I now have a configuration that seems to work for all WordPress features, including logged-out commenting. This configuration also works well with W3 Total […]
…rading to the latest development release had solved some other CSS issues. However, it turned out to be a browser security issue. Evidently this is a security measure to prevent cross-site attacks, but you can allow this via Apache mod_headers, to allow your specific CloudFront (or other) domain, specified in the .htaccess file. Some sites […]