I was getting a B rating when testing my newly Let’s Encrypted site with Qualys SSL Labs. The solution was to add a strong DH group to NGINX – here’s how to do it.
Updated for 2017-10-31 When developing websites, I’ve found it incredibly useful to be able to run, or install, multiple versions of Firefox on the same computer, side-by-side, simultaneously, concurrently – […]
A Windows 10 Pro machine at work, that had been upgraded from Windows 8.1 Pro, was refusing the 2015 “November” update and also wouldn’t install the UK language pack. This […]
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I just had a question of how to disable Windows 8.1 hot corners and the charms bar from a desktop user running multiple monitors. A quick bit of google-fu brought […]
This is just great: MySQL Search & Replace Really very handy when migrating WordPress from .com to .org. Just be sure to grab the latest code link. Thanks Eric Amundson!
Ever since they came out in CS4, I’ve been fascinated by GREP styles and the amazing things you can do with them. The problem One small part of what I […]
I used to think this is my own fault but really, I’m not that intensive a user on my phone. From the information provided below I’d say it’s more of […]
I’m sure the developers at TeamViewer did this the very first time they had their software up and running, but hey, this is the most fun you can have with […]
Nearly two weeks ago I attended i40, or “Insomnia 40” to give it its full title, a LAN gaming event run by Multiplay UK. It is my once-a-year event where […]