If you’re looking for a reliable and working favicon generator, I strongly recommend checking out http://www.favicon.cc/
It looks very simple and underpowered by it’s pretty amazing what you can do once you get the hang of it. Try moving the swatch around and applying colors to the blocks, before you know it you’ll be writing symbols that identify with your site.
So you’re using KVM and you get the error
- Your security settings have blocked an application from running due to missing a “permissions” manifest attribute in the main jar
If you use PPTP for macOS Sierra, with the new update from Apple, PPTP was removed natively from the OS . The reasoning for this was quite simple; PPTP was insecure method of connection to a private backend. Following this update, 3rd party companies came into the scene to provide support for PPTP. The following article will cover some of the most popular PPTP options for Apple macOS Sierra. The following 3rd party (in addition to the ones Apple listed), should work for PPTP connections. Continue reading
When birthdays, holidays, baby showers, wedding showers, and all types of events prop up in life, you need to find a gift. For me it is one of the most difficult things because I become lost. Lost in what could anybody want that hasn’t been seen, bought before. Then the internet surprises me, I buy it, and it makes someone’s day. I wanted to share some things that I found to be great sources to find gifts for men, (I’m sure you can find gifts for women there as well!). By the way none of the links below are referral or marketing links so this is free advertising for the companies mentioned below. Continue reading
When you use NGINX 1.11.4 and you want to protect your website or a directory within your website, try the following simple code to get you going. Initially I had some trouble setting it up myself and believe this article be a great help for all. Continue reading
Scheduling emails to be sent at specific times can be tough. Especially if you’re not at the desktop when you need to send the email and since a function isn’t built into Gmail itself.
Frankly when something so popularly desired isn’t available, you can expect someone to make a plugin, or an addon for Gmail. Email providers by default should have the ability to schedule email, but sadly don’t which is quite odd. It can be added using a 3rd party as shown below.