Jonathan Camp

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Getting the Gist of Markdown's Formatting Syntax

This page offers a brief overview of what it's like to use Markdown. The [syntax page] s provides complete, detailed documentation for every feature, but Markdown should be very easy to pick up simply by looking at a few examples of it in action. The examples on this page are written in a before/after style, showing example syntax and the HTML output produced by Markdown.

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Top Youtube Wetplate Collodion Glass Photography

Something I am passionate about – Wet Plate Collodion Glass and Tintype photography.

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What are the best tools to capture your screen for tutorials?

In this article I look at the best tools I have used to capture the screen and edit / publish.

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It’s important to ensure that WordPress files and folders have the correct ownership and permissions. Not only does this allow WordPress to keep itself updated, it also prevents attackers from exploiting poor file security and taking control of your site.

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Uses only using HTML, CSS and Javascript

Framework7 is a mature development framework that includes components to create mobile applications. If you like; mobile first web development.

The framework7 framework is FREE and Open Source, but none the less allows you to develop mobile, desktop or web apps with a look and feel of the native apps on the various app stores.

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A couple of useful Chrome extensions for write.as

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Backing up phone images using Google Photos

So, I'm using Google Photos to backup my phone. Have done for a long time.

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Google – Local SEO top tips

Here's quick list of factors that will help your business rank as a “Local Business” with Google. These are all important points that will help you rank at the top with Google local searches.

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Checking HTTP headers returned from website

If you want to check your headers returned on your website (perhaps if you are optimising your site using Google Lighthouse) – use CURL

CURL -v https://yourwebsite.com

Run this from the cmd prompt. It will return the whole website page – so redirect the output to a file to just see the header:

CURL -v https://yourwebsite.com >mywebsite.info.txt

This will output your website page to a file but show the header info on the screen. Check the headers for things like 'cache-control', HTTP/x version, Compression, etc.

Looking for blurb on Redirects for HTTPS...?

Ok so nothing special just a dumping ground for an interesting article on setting up .htaccess to do some https redirects.

https://simonecarletti.com/blog/2016/08/redirect-domain-http-https-www-apache/

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