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HTTP and HTTPS running on the same port

Running HTTP and HTTPS on the same port with Apache. They said it couldn’t be done. They were wrong! https://github.com/Dejvino/https-multiplexer I’ve modified a simple Python port forwarding utility to act as a port multiplexer that can automatically forward HTTP and

Posted in Awesome, Linux, Open source, Programming, Projects, Technology, Web development

How to become a Certification Authority

This short How-To has been compiled based on the work I’ve done so far while building my personal home server. To achieve reasonable level of privacy without spending a fortune on it, I’ve become my own Certification Authority (CA). Overview

Posted in Linux, Open source, Privacy, Projects, Technology, Web development

Peer to peer in JavaScript

I just came across PeerJS – Peer-to-peer JavaScript library. Great to see this kind of API available, hope  we will soon see some real-world applications. (897)

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Cross-browser fonts

While designing a website I came across the problem of cross-browser custom font. Using a *.otf or *.ttf is sadly not the answer But this site solves it all – from font conversion to CSS code: FontSquirrel.com (804)

Posted in Graphics, PicoPosts, Web development

LESS CSS

LESS :: the way CSS should have been done from the start. (692)

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Friendica 2 WordPress

The current Friendica –> WordPress connection is not as fully implemented as I hoped for it to be. It can only create a post with title+content, but the post is not assigned to any category, no tags are added. This

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