Amidst the Corona outbreak, companies and schools alike are rallying to find solutions for keeping as much people as possible at home. But that is often not the case, and some people are rightfully upset about the “sudden change of heart” of their company, or in some cases […]
My business card says IT administrator, but my hobby is running Joomla-and-more.com (Joomla, IT) and Toretto.be (Video games). Gamer when possible, regular found @ the movies.
You just received another one of these newsletters that are sent to you by spammers. This one actually made it to your inbox. Ugh, spam is the worst. But wait, there’s an unsubscribe button in the mail. I’m going to click that link so they’ll never bother me… […]
Joomla 4 ships with a plugin that promises to protect your websites against clickjacking out of the box. We tested the plugin (so you don’t have to). and share the results and our conclusions in our blog post.
In case you are not familiar with Mailgun, it’s a service to send e-mails with an easy to use API. It’s mostly used for transactional mails and a great tool for developers to use. When I woke up this morning, my first thought was “I have to check […]
The answer to the question in the title will be surprise to anyone in web development, but… Pretty much, yeah. The raise of smartphones and tablets has changed the landscape and the trend of users moving away from their desktops towards smaller screens has never stopped. I was […]