Category Archives: CMS

1 jul

ColdFusion in Todays Web World – Railo

***, Architecture, CMS, ColdFusion, Databases, Internet, Rants

I was having a conversation with someone over the phone about ColdFusion and I received a pretty surprising comment, “ColdFusion, is that still around?” Jokingly of-course, but you would be surprised at how much ColdFusion still exists in today’s web … Continue reading

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15 may

F5 vs. Ctrl F5 vs. Ctrl Shift Del – Clearing Cache

***, Browsers, CMS, Internet, User Experience

I always over hear these conversations. Here’s the scoop on [F5] vs. [Ctrl] + [F5]. [F5] Refresh Page [Ctrl] + [F5] Clean Cache and Session, but the Server may not serve up due to Cache-Control: no-cache settings. Then a complete … Continue reading

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24 apr

Load Balancing Joomla, WordPress, and Drupal

***, Architecture, Cloud Computing, Clusters, CMS, Drupal, Hardware, Internet, Joomla, Linux, PHP, Wordpress

There comes a time when Amazon Web Services gets extremely expensive or even unusable for your websites needs. If you look out in the world of websites that are out there, it has been guestimated that over 70% of all … Continue reading

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18 nov

Why do .NET Developers Over-Normalize! Who are PHP Developers Anyways?!

***, .NET MVC, Architecture, Cloud Computing, CMS, History, Internet, Microsoft, PHP, Rants

Oh boy, I may be offending many people out there. But, I just so happen to be working on two projects in .NET, where the Data Model was designed by someone else. And in both cases, the databases are completely … Continue reading

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10 oct

Learn how to use the Plesk Control Panel

**, Cloud Computing, Clusters, CMS, Internet

It seems that everyone has a website these days. We are all Experts! We all claim to be web developers… lol. Or architects, or whatever. Well, if you want to climb into the boat and get started, I’d recommend getting … Continue reading

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21 aug

Toolbox Update – Drupal 6 Password Generator

***, CMS, DIY, Drupal, Internet, PHP

I have been working with a Drupal site as of late, Drupal 6 to be precise and it’s funny how much 4 years changes the web world. Drupal 6 is still pretty simple and basic, so simple that is still … Continue reading

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