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Website Administration

All the Details

My superpower is an obsession with details. I like making sure things are exactly as they are supposed to be, and I like keeping them that way. I like having equipment, systems, processes, or reminders in place to make sure things don’t fall behind. Today, I’m finalizing the offerings in a less-than-ideal formatted post pinned […]

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Website Administration

“See the Site Administrator”

I am he. As suits my needs, I use a separate login for ‘root’ actions against this instance of WordPress. Today, so far, I’ve secured my email! It now has TLS, which is Transport-Level Security. For a while, and perhaps foolishly, emails sent to gus [at] keenerweb.com would have given you an error. Email checkers […]

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Food

Pepitas From Acorn or Butternut Squash

In my household, we love winter squash soups. We also love to eat squash stuffed with sausage and other veggies. Acorn squash is better for stuffing, while butternut is perfect for soups (because the skin is easier to remove). After I cut my squashes in half, which is usually after steaming them to soften them […]

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Website Administration

For the most basic server from Digital Ocean, it costs about $0.02 for every three hours of service. Such a server is not recommended for production sites, but for testing, it’s flawlessly perfect. I thought I’d share the good news, as there’s a lot to do, but so much risk doing IT work against live […]

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Website Administration

Websites Are Great

Since I last posted here, I’ve worked a lot to make sure this site is secure and functional. My final design, which will involve a free WordPress theme I still need to choose, should be finished by the beginning of next week. I’m slightly delayed because I’m working on other things, too, but I’m dedicated […]

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Website Administration

Infrastructure Config

Yesterday, I was a bit ill, but today I connected an administrative interface for my server. I figured out the basics of using Charles Proxy web debugging, which means I listened to some HTTP and HTTPS traffic going to/from my computer to my server. My local compy is set up with a copy of WordPress […]