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BajSam – Geo classified Ads

Hello, Long time no hear, but I was or I am still busy with the project BajSam. I’m really happy to announce that it’s finally live but still with some bugs. The bugs are being fixed on a daily base so the system should be 100% functionally in a month or less. Stay tuned for […]

Would recommend SiteGround Hosting

I’ve been managing the SiteGround account for many months now and I haven’t encountered any major issues yet. My site is loading fast and is always up. One thing worth noting about their service is that they have a built-in caching system called SuperCacher. Users who don’t want to tinker with caching options or plugins […]

How to secure your Twitter account

Don’t waste time covering yourself after Twitter’s colossal screwup Twitter just revealed that it made a monumental security blunder by exposing the passwords of users in plain text. The company says there’s been no indication of a security breach tied to the log that contained those login credentials, but let’s not kid ourselves. It’s 2018. […]

The best gaming laptop – MSI GS65 Stealth – of 2018

Thin. Beautiful. Powerful. CPU: Intel Core i7 Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 (8GB GDDR5X VRAM, Max-Q) RAM: 16GB Screen: 15.6-inch FHD (1,920 x 1,080) anti-glare, wide-view 144Hz panel Storage: 512GB M.2 SSD Beautiful, subtle design Excellent performance Underside gets very hot Hailing in Coffee Lake to the world of the best gaming laptops, the MSI […]

Setting Up a Permanent 301 Redirect in .htaccess

A permanent 301 redirect in your .htaccess file lets search engines and others know that an old link has been replaced by a new one. It’s the recommended method for directing traffic from an existing page. Some common uses of a 301 .htaccess redirect: Redirect individual files on the same domain An old file has moved locations, or the information […]