SSL for bloggers

SSL for the extra paranoid blogger!

SSL is an acronym of (Secure Socket Layer) and is commonly used on a website whenever confidential information is passed between the client and the server under the HTTPS protocol. Commonly, SSL is used for E-Commerce because you know, credit card data security is kind of important!

But if it’s for commerce why really have it on a WordPress site that sells nothing? What the hell S? What are you doing wasting perfectly good money on a protocol that has no benefit to you what so ever!?!?!

Oh, but it does! And for those with the cash to do it it benefits just about any blogger! Read on if you want to know more.

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Furry Amino – Mixed Review

Furry Amino: Drink your Kool-Aid dietary supplement!

Here comes yet another chat system promising to bring the world together one community at a time which that system is called “Furry Amino” which you’ve probably heard a lot of “YouTube Peoples” talk about and the admins of this system seem pretty keen on its users to give a review so guess what? I’m going to give you just that my unfiltered review about the latest and theoretical greatest in mobile technology which is Furry Amino. Lets just say Furry Amino is a bit of a mixed bag.

Oh damn, disclaimer time!

Disclaimer: The following review is the opinions of the blogger on s-config.com and do not reflect nor represent the entire community opinions of Furry Amino or the entirety of the furry community. S-Config.com is not responsible for any physical, emotional, or financial damage that could theoretically occur while exercising our countries 1st amendment rights of free speech.

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Analytic death and tracking cookies.

All of these God damned tracking cookies everywhere!

When you surf on just about any modern website you’ll quickly get your information handed off to third party sites which generates tracking cookies. A lot of these third party sites which generate tracking cookies are supposed to make life easier. Developers who want to incorporate modern website necessities such as fonts for typographic work. Analytic graphics for those who see where people are coming from and why. And finally third party plugins such as video or even website gaming. Many of these functions come virtually free or are they free?

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Website – Online year round.

Your website is important boys and girls.

It’s time to sit down and have a conversation about websites. Although hardly qualified to talk about such matters there seems to be a running problem that I have seen when surfing the net over and over again. Which simply put, no one really puts forth the time/effort into their website. We are guilty of this as well at s-config.com so to those who think I’m being hypocritical:

Yeah, you’re totally right.

-s

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Web Isolation – State of the config – fonts and more

Web Isolation, fonts, and the overall state of config that is “S”.

It’s been a while since I did an update on my website and I want to talk about Web Isolation.. Work and being a responsible human being is a brutal thing. There isn’t a whole lot of personal blogging that goes on here because I don’t think there’s anything all that interesting to say about “S-Config” as a person. Instead, I just want to focus on the data instead. And I think everyone agrees it’s a way better move. I suppose lets talk about the first aspect of what I have been doing with this Blog which is:

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Web Services blog entry – AnubianHost

The progression from websites of old to AnubianHost my current site.

I thought I made a blog entry about AnubianHost when I first started my blog. But Anubian Host is the web provider that I use which hosts all of the data that you see before you and keeps it nice and fast to boot. It’s been a few years and perhaps it’s time I should tell you a little story behind why I moved to these guys.

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Social Network B-Gone! Website Clean Up pt.2

Social Network B-Gone. Some basic CSS to clean the angular theme.

I’ve made the decision to eject all social network outbound links to appear on every page of my website. This took some doing as I had to page through a lot of the Angular theme forums to ultimately find out Which CSS code controlled the very top section of my page. I had to modify my custom.css file which was found in the theme home directory underneath ./css and added the following lines.

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