Recently we had a request to set up a dedicated relay for one of our clients through a third party. On the server we had another client who was using a separate relay. After finding differing takes on the process – neither of which worked properly – we found the perfect combination. For reference, we…

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One of our colleagues received a certified letter indicating they were being sued because their website was not in compliance with a recently passed ADA law in the US. On the surface this looks legitimate but after closer inspection it appears to be a scam where someone has taken quick advantage of recent legislation. Still,…

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January 11, 2019 saw the release of the new beta version of WordPress 5.1 and here’s some of the features developers may want to test out: The Cron system can now be more easily replaced with a custom cron handler. When starting cron under PHP-FPM, the connection will return a response immediately, even for long…

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We find that folks fall into one of two camps when it comes to WordPress and what is going on with Gutenberg: Camp #1: No idea what is going on. Camp #2: They know about it and are afraid of it. What is Gutenberg? No, it is not named after Steve, arguably one of the…

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As this business week comes to a close, much has been written about the upcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which is a new regulation in EU law on data protection and privacy for all individuals within the European Union. While the law originates in the EU, it also addresses the export of personal data…

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If you are also in the position of moving from Joomla!’s DOCman to WP Download Manager you may find yourself needing to reassign categories for your entries. DOCman’s categories exist within DOCman whereas WP Download Manager’s categories exist with other categories within the site. Fortunately, Excel presents a quick and easy way to do this.…

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Ah, the pop-up ad – insidious marketing tool for some, vilified browser gremlin to the other 95% of internet users. Pop-up ads have long been a part of any internet browsing experience, but are they (finally) on their way out? Learn more about the cheeky accidental origin of the pop-up as well as how changes…

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tl;dr: Back up /etc/nginx, uninstall nginx, install the latest version of nginx, restore your /etc/nginx backup. Recently our own site was experiencing SSL connection issues. We first noticed it in Safari when connecting to wavemotiondigital.com and another site we host on the same server, both using SSLs. Oddly enough, another site hosted on the same…

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Today we dropped quite a few announcements for our customers. In this blog post we will break down each point individually and go a bit more in-depth on the topics covered. SononaCare We previously performed maintenance and updates to client sites as a courtesy to our customers. The update process, however, has become complex requiring constant attention…

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