I always think Runcloud is amazing, and with their own priority RunCache Purger plugin so that NGINX caches pages (which means it doesn’t need to pass through PHP – yay!), it’s an awesome tool however, WP Rocket is incompatible and vice-versa. I ❤️ WP Rocket, so I decided to create a mini WordPress plugin which bridges the gap!
The above image is a speed example of this blog post after being cached into NGINX and doing a hard refresh (CTRL + F5). 41ms response time! 😍
Today I want to write a little about this superb panel that I have never heard of before, yet, it’s jam packed with features all developers (and non developers) would love. It’s called aaPanel and it can be found here. It’s everything a developer dreams of with everything manageable within a GUI and it’s really all one click away, like setting up a nginx proxy server for example.
Almost a year ago I created a little Roundcube plugin to easily unsubscribe from emails. A little like the modern way email applications do it today. Well, I thought I would write a small post about it because I’m sure you will find it useful.
I created a little script to delete files in specific folders older than 7 days on Google Drive, and if something is deleted it sends you an email! It doesn’t permanently delete them, it just puts them in the Trashed folder. It works quite well to delete files from Google Drive. Continue Reading
I’ve published one before on the VestaCP Forums regarding how to install PHP 7.0 on Centos 7 with VestaCP. This tutorial is now for PHP 7.2 which has increased performance over PHP 7.0 and 7.1. If you have a handful of WordPress websites on PHP 5, you should upgrade. If you’re on PHP 7.0 from my previous tutorials, or are using my Server Installer Script then this will also work for you. I would advise upgrading when you have time. Continue Reading
After some relentless searching I found a great plugin that supports multiple IMAP accounts for Roundcube tucked away on BitBucket. It’s a great tool that simply adds a drop down of the IMAP accounts you’ve set-up to the top right area of Roundcube, replacing your email address in that area. Continue Reading