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Three New Skills you Should Learn as a Freelancer 0

3 New Skills You Should Learn as a Freelancer

Paypal is on it’s second installment of free seminars this year and the next speaker is the inspiring Ginger Arboleda. The brain behind Taxsumo , a financial company assisting small and medium companies with their Tax duties.

Five Ways to Grow Your Freelancing Money 0

5 Ways to Grow Your Freelancing Money

Paypal is back on it’s first installment of a year long series of seminars for freelancers and aspiring freelancers. The host for the first installment is Fitz Villafuerte who will be sharing his insights on how to grow your freelancing money.

Software Development 0

Setting permanent 301 redirect via .htaccess

Redirect individual files To redirect individual files, like example.com/oldfile.htm to newfile.htm you can use a 301 redirect like this

To redirect one specific file to another domain such as example.com/oldfile.htm to example.net/newfile.htm, you need to add the full URL with the domain name.

Redirect an old domain to a new domain If you have a new domain and want to preserve the traffic and SEO of the old domain, you can write a domain wide redirect. This will tell the browser and the spiders “Hey, I moved to a new address, please update my address on your address...

Server Management 1

YUM: Repodata is over 2 weeks old. Install yum-cron? Or run: yum makecache fast

Have you ever ecounter this error “Repodata is over 2 weeks old. Install yum-cron? Or run: yum makecache fast”?

If you are running a server that was not able ti connect to an active repository server for weeks, that error will prompt about an outdated repository entries. This can be solved by purging the “yum data”

Digital sign your email with DKIM 4

Digitally Sign Your Email with DKIM

Digitally sign your email with DKIM (DomainKeys Identified Mail) and help prevent email spoofing on your side. DKIM adds a private key which stays in your server and a public key that stays in your DNS record. The outgoing email header that you send gets encrypted and the recipient servers then retrieve the public key to decrypt the incoming headers and verify that the messages really comes from your domain and was not altered while it is on transit.