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Load Transposh Translation Filter over HTTPS

Transposh Translation Filter is the translation filter for WordPress, Transposh helps you multi-lingualize your blog with ease by translating your posts automagically. Unfortunately, Transposh plugin doesn’t load over HTTPS, which is easy to fix…

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HTTP to HTTPS redirect using IIS web.config

An HTTP to HTTPS redirect on IIS is often better left to the web server, with a simple httpRedirect redirection, than to a resource expensive URL Rewrite. This is easily done in a web.config IIS website configuration file. Where possible, use the IIS httpRedirect element for a HTTP to HTTPS redirection, and here is how:

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Redirect HTTP to HTTPS on Apache 2.4

A permanent redirect in Apache using status code 301 The last few day’s I’ve been toying with Nagios, setting up a monitoring system. An Apache redirect to HTTPS was one of the tasks I wanted to accomplish. This would redirect the Nagios vhost from HTTP to HTTPS using an Apache 2.4.6 VirtualHost, and no resource […]

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Disallow direct access to PHP files in wp-content/uploads/

Secure wp-content/uploads in Linux Apache and Windows Server IIS It’s recommended to disallow access to and execution of PHP files in wp-content/uploads folder. Preferably and in my opinion without the use of a security plugin [1]. Denying access to PHP files in WordPress wp-content/uploads folder is easily achieved with a .htaccess file on Linux Apache, […]

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Basic Authentication module for Windows Server IIS

Basic Authentication managed HTTP module for IIS with virtual users support In my pursuit of a basic authentication alternative in IIS, other than the built-in Basic Authentication module or Helicon Ape, I came across Devbridge AzurePowerTools. It’s apparently one of few HTTP managed modules for IIS that enables HTTP Basic Authentication with support for virtual […]

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System.Collections.Generic.KeyNotFoundException “The given key was not present in the dictionary” with MySQL Connector/NET and utf8mb4 character set

An System.Collections.Generic.KeyNotFoundException “The given key was not present in the dictionary” can be the result of using a too old MySQL Connector/NET version in your ASP.NET web application. A KeyNotFoundException is thrown when an operation attempts to retrieve an element from a collection using a key that does not exist in that collection. An unsupported […]

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Reduce Wordfence CPU usage, disable Wordfence “Live Traffic View”

Whenever WordPress is using a lot of CPU and you have Wordfence Security plugin enabled, it is recommended to double check some settings. Unfortunately the Wordfence “Live Traffic Options” (“Traffic logging mode”) feature can cause high CPU usage and load issues for WordPress websites. Therefore, I recommend you disable this feature to improve the performance […]