Archive for June, 2010
As every web-developer knows, testing your Web pages on the myriad of popular Web browsers can often be a horrible experience…and if there’s one thing which is even worse than testing web pages in different browsers, it surely has to be testing HTML Email layout in multiple Email clients!
Lighttpd is an alternative to the very popular Apache web-server – I have just found out that Lighttpd can draw it’s vhost configuration from a MySQL Database which is definitely a one-up on Apache, at least as far as I know.
If like me, you have to transfer websites between servers from time to time and you use an Apple Mac, you’ll probably need to know how to flush your DNS on Mac OSX (flushing is the term used for removing of all records to force an update). For all versions of OSX, the simplest way More >
I just read something very interesting on macrumors.com – It’s being reported that due to security concerns, Google employees will no longer use MS Windows and that Google is replacing most of their Windows machines with Apple Macs…Is it true? Who knows…Nothing would surprise me with Google, they make some very decisive and bold moves More >