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CENTERED HEADING OVERLAYING A HORIZONTAL LINE WITH CSS

11 April 2014

Besides allowing any kind of background, my solution doesn’t add any extra HTML tag and scales with every size of text.

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Vertical center align LESS

11 April 2014

here the style

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Inline lists LESS

11 April 2014

Here the LESS code

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Plesk 11.0 to 11.5 Upgrade

07 March 2014

ERROR while trying to upgrade APSC SQL database from 11.1.0

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Funny Commands of Linux or Linux is Fun in Terminal

07 March 2014

Linux is fun! Huhhh. OK so you don’t believe me. Mind me at the end of this article you will have to believe that Linux is actually a fun box.

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How To Compare Two Text Files Using Notepad++

07 March 2014

Let’s say you have two text files that are pretty similar in content and you want to find out what the differences are between those two. You can easily do so using Notepad++. Basically, once you have Notepad++ installed, here is what you do:

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PHP Redirect 301 permanently

13 February 2014

Sometimes you might want to redirect your visitors to a new URL address. This article will show you how to make a PHP redirect using the 301 "moved permanently" redirection. This is the one you should use as it is the most search engine friendly. Like the name suggests, PHP redirect tells the browser (or […]

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Migrating Email Between IMAP Servers with Imapsync

11 February 2014

Ever needed to move a email account from one server to another and all you have is the login name and password for the mail account. Whether it be cPanel to Zimbra, cPanel to cPanel, Plesk to cPanel or just to backup your Gmail account this great program has saved me a few times now.

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Running Bootstrap locally on CentOS/Fedora

11 February 2014

Within my job we are quite frequently faced with creating web pages and in order to improve the look and feel we have made (intensively) use of jQuery. Because of this we keep an eye on developments in this area, although it is not our main area of expertise, particularly for items that may help […]

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How to create SVN repository on server?

15 January 2014

subversion info

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Sending Email With Attachments From Unix / Linux Command

14 January 2014

If you need to send an email with a text file (or binary file) as attachment using shell script or command prompt in Unix or Linux; try mutt – a terminal-based e-mail client for Unix-like systems.

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Send emails with attachements from the Linux command line.

14 January 2014

If you are like me and you are running your Raspberry Pi headless, and don’t want to start up X windows to send a simple email. You are in luck, as this can easily be done from the command line. And it is very easy to setup.

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Mutt with SSMTP

14 January 2014

Here is how you set up Mutt without a working sendmail or exim installation. Most linux boxes I work with already have some kind of mail transfer agent installed by default, so I never really had to do this. My cygwin install on the other hand only had a bare bones, minimalistic ssmtp application that […]

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Send Mail with Gmail and sSMTP

14 January 2014

Sometimes we want to enable our servers/desktops to be able to send email without setting up a full featured mail server or configuring postfix to route through Gmail.

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Sending Email Alerts Through Cron

14 January 2014

Cron is the Linux task scheduler that is responsible for making sure scripts run at their specified times. Cron is often used for things like, log rotation, backup scripts, updating file indexes, and running custom scripts. In the event a task runs into problems or errors Cron generally tries to email the local administrator of […]

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Automatic updates in Centos

12 January 2014

Install yum-cron The package that allows us to do automatic updates via yum is yum-cron, to do this just open a terminal as root and run the command:

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