Tag: Wordpress

The Administrator’s TLS Certificate Hell

Nowadays, a responsible administrator should never run any service without TLS anymore. Unfortunately, this makes life even more difficult for several reasons. This article discusses some problems associated to certificates, specifically in respect to web applications which interactively connect to secondary services. On one hand TLS configuration requires a lot of knowledge to create a …

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Retrieve All Posts From Your WordPress Blog

WordPress is a full-featured CMS system which is used countless times throughout the Internet.  And there are many plugins available. Almost a plugin for every task you can imagine. But there is one feature that I could not find. How to download all (or a list of) articles at once. And how to create a …

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Nextgen Gallery Images Don’t Show Up In Lightbox

The Nextgen Gallery1 is an excellent plugin for WordPress. It allows to organize series of images to galleries and these can be inserted into posts as a whole are just into the text as single pictures.2 The Nextgen gallery is updated regularly. I’m using it on several blogs and it seems to be pretty stable. …

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Moving a WordPress Network Site to HTTPS

This article describes how to move an existing Worpress site which runs in a WordPress network from HTTP to HTTPS. It was tested with WordPress version 3.5 and an Apache web server 2.2.22. Moving a web site from HTTP to HTTPS is basically not difficult. If you are using the Apache web server, you have …

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Configuring a WordPress Network (without login loop)

Using a WordPress network seems to be interesting as soon as you run multiple WordPress instances on different domain names. You can safe a lot of work using a network installation because you have to maintain just one software installation. That’s what we did here. There is a great page with configuration instructions found here. …

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