For a project in Python we had to squeeze more bytes out of JPG files using Pillow. Currently MozJPEG fits that bill but there isn’t a repository available to install it on Ubuntu.
I had a need to create a 410 page for a whole bunch pages. As it turns out it was not as easy as it sounds
I have been playing with the thought of moving my blog from WordPress to a static website generator for years and I finally pulled the trigger.
Google Chrome in Linux doesn’t have a SSL certificate manager, it relies on the NSS Shared DB. In order to add SSL certificates to the database you will have to use the command line. I will explain how you can add the CAcert certificates and a very easy way to add self-signed certificates.
Even though I write this article with the perspective on a plugin for WordPress the solution can used anywhere. The example I’ll use to explain how to create a form within a form, aka nested forms, will have no direct links to WordPress but will merely show how to create a form within a form.