Woo-hoo. My site is finally sending h2 (HTTP 2.0).Continue reading post "#2103"
I’ve finally updated my server to Ubuntu 18.04 using
I guess the WordPress setting “Automatically close comments on articles older than x days” does close pingbacks as well.Continue reading post "#1993"
I have decided to disable comments on my blog, but leave pingbacks / trackbacks enabled.Continue reading post "Comments closed"
I recently added support for HTTP 0.9 to my site. I have access to no browsers that use that protocol, and it’s highly unlikely that anybody is visiting sites with one. Why support it then? It’s not that hard (for me), and it fits with the progressive enhancement related concept that all browsers should be able to use the most basic functionality of a website that they are capable of.Continue reading post "Supporting HTTP 0.9"
I spent numerous hours looking into what appear now to be separate gzipping issues / non-issues with my site.Continue reading post "#1724"
Apparently, I had some
short_open_tags in some examples on my site, but didn’t enable that setting when switching to my new server.
I’ve started to play with Dreamcompute (basically Dreamhost’s unmanaged VPS solution). The plan is to move my sites from shared hosting over to that before my next shared hosting bill is due.Continue reading post "#1501"
This idea is based on my Local + Proxy Remote Hosting for Personal Site idea, but attempts to mitigate some of its problems further.Continue reading post "Ideas: Remotely hosted personal site with home data store that syncs as client"