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Explaining SSL

Here is an attempt to explain Secure Socket Layer (SSL). Maria regularly sends and receives letters to and from Juan. Sometimes they’re Statement of Accounts and sometimes it’s just a grocery list. Regardless its between Maria and Juan and no one else’s business. Unfortunately Zhang Wei for some reason wants to see them. So he’s …

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Drupal 8 Tip: How To Patch A Module Via Composer

In my case I was using the Entity Auto Term module, which issued a patch fixing a known issue. The patch i’m trying to apply is https://www.drupal.org/files/issues/2018-09-28/no-duplicate-terms-2945343-5.patch and part of it looks like this: To apply it, you have to edit your composer.json located at your website root, pictured here via Filezilla FTP: I right …

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Government IT Idea: Centralized Document Clearing House

After a few years working at different government agencies I’ve come up with a few ideas. Some I thought of myself, many from discussion with consultants like myself, some seen from abroad, etc. I’ll be writing at least one per week, starting with this one: Idea: Centralized Document Clearing House THE PROBLEM: Government agencies send …

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How To Revive A ‘Dead’ WordPress Website

My old WordPress site http://basketball.exchange.ph was actively maintained for five years until I lost interest. After a few years of lying mostly dormant the site developed errors and essentially ‘died’ as it was inaccessible. I wanted to reactivate it again. Fortunately I had not deleted the files and database from my shared server so making it ‘alive’ again …

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