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Webmatrix 3: Access dev site from other device

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Webmatrix 3 is a free tool by Microsoft for web development. It supports a range of languages, frameworks and CMS like WordPress for instance. It automates the process of installing frameworks, compilers and database backends. It will quickly setup a development environment on your computer so you can start develop. Lately I have been using it […]

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WordPress Download Manager 2.7.3 problems

I have been using WordPress Download Manager for a long while. I have never been happy with it but the latest update just makes me cry! If you haven’t upgraded yet, don’t do it! If you already upgraded you probably ran into the same problems I did. All downloads gone – You have to go […]

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Unable to connect Jetpack – SSL error

Your website needs to be publicly accessible to use Jetpack: site_inaccessible Error Details: The Jetpack server was unable to communicate with your site https://www.hackviking.com [IXR -32300: transport error: http_request_failed SSL certificate problem: unable to get local issuer certificate] If you receive the error message above when trying to connect jetpack for you WordPress site there is […]

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Pros and cons with WordPress on Google App Engine

Running WordPress on Google App Engine is possible but different from any other hosting you ever used. Stability and performance are really great but it comes at the price of flexibility. In return you get a highly scalable and robust solution for your website. After running a few months on Google App Engine platform I switched […]

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SEO impacted by structured data

Structured data helps Google Bot and other web crawlers to understand and interpret your data. By tagging your data with structured data tags like MicroFormats h-entry Google can index all relevant information. The tags also affects your search appearance, i.e. what your site looks like in the Google search results. You can also be sure […]

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Migrate WordPress to Google App Engine

Wordpress on Google App Engine

Why not run WordPress on Google App Engine? You will get performance and stability while only paying for the resources you actually use. Reading the official Google tutorial “Running WordPress in App Engine” it gives you a fare idea what you are in for. But if you want to migrate a currently running site then you […]

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