After a drawn-out design and development process, the new website for the Workers Revolutionary Party and their newspaper: The News Line is live!
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In the past year, I’ve seen 92 films this year at the cinema. The diary entries from Letterboxd are all listed here.
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I’ve seen over 100 films this year at the cinema! Here are the ones that I remembered to enter into Letterboxd.
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Created a second one-page website, this one is for Marlon’s restaurant: Mazar in Battersea Square, next door to Metamorphosis.
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After a few months of design and development here and there, the new version of the Go Wild At The Warren website is ready to go live!
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Last week I launched a replacement website for a property investment and sourcing website in London called: Source Investments.
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Created a new one-page website for Metamorphosis, a hair salon in Battersea.
I’m always create new forwarding emails for different websites – helps me track down if and when their email list is hacked… To save logging into cPanel or WHM, I’ve created a little script to quickly add new forwarding emails.Continue reading Quick email forwarder in Shell
This was considerably harder than I thought and there is very little online about migrating away from Office 365 to cPanel. This guide makes things much simpler, saving time looking up the relevant arguments and avoiding the mismatches with the names of the main IMAP folders. You’ll need a copy of the free software: IMAPSync – used to synchronise emails to and from one server to another.
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Everyone on Xenacia has a free HTTPS address with a valid TLS certificate! This is all thanks to the amazing crowd funded open certificate authority: Let’s Encrypt.
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