For people who use Macbook as their primary machine, testing a site on Internet explorer (IE8, IE9, IE10) can be really painful. If you want read more
I’m using memcache with w3c total cache plugin to cache pages on my wordpress site on Ubuntu Linux. The way it works is whenever someone read more
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Cross site scripting (XSS) protection is handled by many browsers. I was able to test it in Google Chrome and IE (IE 8 and higher). read more
In case you have moved a site to new domain and set all the HTTP 301 redirects (HTTP permanent redirects), then user who visits your read more
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