I stupidly didn’t set the default email address to :fail: on a couple of accounts on my cPanel server and found, while running a remote backup, that there were a few gigs of spam emails that were just sitting in those accounts. But after going through about a dozen of the 500+ pages in Horde [...]
A few months ago I moved all of my domains from a sad little VPS over to a dedicated server, and it made a huge difference in how well my sites worked. The only catch is that FTP connections were flaky. What I found is that setting the connection to Active would work, but in [...]
There are thousands and thousands of web forums out there. My guess is that if you’re reading this you’re at least thinking of starting one if you haven’t already. We hear about the reasons to start a forum (fun, branding, marketing, etc) but it’s difficult to find information on why you shouldn’t start a forum. [...]
What follows is the robots.txt file that I’m using for a photography forum I’m an admin on. The idea is to tell robots not to crawl pages that I think shouldn’t be indexed, or that I feel may be causing duplicate content problems.
During a support issue with a user of one of my web applications I made a fairly important discovery about GoDaddy.com and how they have PHP installed on their servers. Many functions – 44 on the server that my client was on – are disabled. Now, this may be just with their economy package and [...]