What’s up with the mysterious <å> HTML element as seen here on Ctrl blog and other Scandinavian websites? It’s just a typo: the Å key is next to P.
Two popular VPS providers, Linode and Vultr, no longer modify their Fedora Linux distributions to disable the SELinux security feature by default.
Adjust the default SELinux policies in CentOS and Fedora to not block the Apache HTTPD Server from OCSP stapling TLS certificates.
YouTube can show fewer ads when using Chromecast compared to desktop and mobile. Are YouTube creators losing out when you watch on the big screen?
Let’s just say Logitech’s G403 gaming mouse hardware, firmware, and the companion software has some design flaws. Buy any other mouse.
My experiences running Linux on the fifth-generation Lenovo ThinkPad Carbon X1. All but the GPS and fingerprint reader worked out of the box.
Web servers store access and error logs by default. These can be a liability as they may contain personal data as per the General Data Protection Regulation.
How to set up a custom /search URL path for search result pages from your WordPress installation. Nicer URLs help search engines understand your site structure.
HTTP 301 redirects are supposed to be permanent. Clients are expected to update links and not request the old address in the future.
How to change the language and keyboard layout used in Windows’ special BitLocker Device Encryption pre-boot environment.
My Android device struggled with high-memory usage from the Google Now Launcher app. Moving to a different launcher app gave my phone a new lease on life.
Get the details on how the built-in ad-blocker in Google Chrome works. The ad-blocker only kicks in on websites in violation of the Better Ad Standards policies.