Automatic ClamAV Scans With Email Notifications

You might consider antivirus software unneccessary on a Linux box. But if you are running a public facing server, it might be a good idea to run it regardless. Why is that? Even though malware probably can’t affect your server much, it can still use it to infect users. To prevent that, we will learn […]

Use EditorConfig For Your Project

This might be the first time you’re hearing about EditorConfig. But don’t worry, I was in the same boat just a couple of months ago. So, what is it? It is a simple file format, that helps keeping coding styles consistent across different editors. And more importantly, across different team members. How does it work? […]

Improve WordPress Load Speed with WP Super Cache

WordPress is the most popular CMS in the world, powering over 30% of all websites. It owes its popularity to easy of use and a huge number of plugins. The plugins make it possible to turn WordPress into anything from personal blog a to e-shop. Like others of its kind, WordPress generates the pages dynamically. […]

Blog Terminal – A WordPress Terminal Plugin

You might have noticed a new entry quietly appearing on the project page. So, let me introduce it to you. The new entrant is Blog Terminal, a WordPress plugin for drawing a terminal-like box, complete with prompt. If you have read some of my other blog posts, Blog Terminal is what powers the terminal boxes […]