Tag: computing

Jul 04 2012

Restrict Access to Addon Domains

I run several websites on a single hosting plan. While some web developers do this to save money, I did this to save time. When you have all your hosted sites under one cPanel account(or in the same HTTP folder), it is easy to manage them. One problem you need to resolve is that add-on …

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May 30 2012

HTTP Status Code Definitions Explained

I ran in to into Error 500 issue about a week ago as soon as I tried to edit the .htaccess file on the server. I was blindsided because I had no clue what Error 500 stand for and the hosting service support team was useless because they told me that my name servers are …

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Mar 28 2012

Deleting files over a network

I just ran in to a huge problem. I accidentally deleted a documentary file over the network. The network drive was mapped to my computer and the folder was located on the server hard drives. No matter what back up I had, I deleted the entire documentary by mistake on the network drive and now …

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Dec 07 2011

How to delete a Remote Desktop Connection entry

I found that most people have no idea how to delete a cached entries from Remote Desktop Connection (RDC) on a Windows OS based computer. In fact, I had no clue how to do this up until recently I had to log in to my server from a public school computer to modify some files. …

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Nov 30 2011

Thank you for the suggestions to improve the blog

Most web developers don’t take suggestions from the public seriously. But I do care about your input to my website and the blog. Recently few of my visitors suggested great ways to improve social media integration to promote this blog through comments, “Likes”, emails forwards, etc. As you may have noticed already, I went ahead …

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