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If you ever wondered what mod_pagespeed was doing, why it was skipping some resources or you just want to make sure it is not having any difficulty then there is an easy way to debug any page of any website using a cURL request. This is especially useful when you are trying to configure mod_pagespeed to compress […]

 

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I was surprised last night to discover that HTTP2 has come to WHM Experimental and can now be installed with just a few short steps into EasyApache 4. If you dont already use EA4 I strongly suggest you move over to it if possible from within the WHM GUI, it makes rebuilding apache and adding […]

 

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We was recently trying to help a client setup his FireFox FireFTP so that it would connect to our FTP server, unfortunately though we hit some very baffling problems which took some guess work and research in order to fix. The problem seems to be that FireFTP has not implemented the FTP protocol spec properly […]

 

PrestaShop 503 Internal Server Error Paypal Module

One of our clients was having serious issues with their PrestaShop store, it would randomly start returning 503 Internal Server Error and would not come back up again, we found the only way to make the site work was to disable the PayPal Module and the site would magically start working again. To make things even stranger, […]

 

Google Adsense Tracking With JavaScript/jQuery

If you have seen the tracking code for Google Adsense, it requires the including of various scripts and variables, its good if you need to track a landing page, or success page. But it is not made clear how you can track user actions on a page where you can only do this through the JavaScript […]

 

Magento refresh index ssh command

Magento can use allot of resources re-indexing, and you may find that doing re-indexing through the admin panel often fails and/or times out. So running the re-indexing using shell commands is very beneficial, not only does it appear to work faster, it will also run for as long as it needs without any interruptions. It’s […]

 

How to pack and unpack an archive using SSH

Being a Web Developer or IT technician, you will undoubtedly come across the need to move large amounts of files from one machine to another, in a Web Developers case you may be moving projects from a development environment to a live environment or creating/restoring backups of projects. We all know from experience (only a few […]

 

How to change file and folder permissions in SSH

One of the most time consuming tasks any Server Administrator / Web Developer faces is changing file, folder and owner permissions across a whole project, if you have more than a few hundred files this can take quite a while using FTP commands. If you have SSH access to the server, you can quickly change […]

 

WordPress – Add/Edit Pages

WordPress websites are very easy for people to maintain themselves even with very little technological knowledge or know-how. In this Knowledge base article we’re going to walk you through the steps of creating and editing pages and content on your WordPress website. This article assumes you already know how to login to your WordPress admin […]

 

Fatal error: Out of memory PHP

You may have come across this a few times during your development career, and in most cases it’s easy to either extend PHP’s memory or simply optimize the script you have written to use less memory, however sometimes you may need to extend PHP’s memory but the obvious functions you may be familiar to may […]