We have switched to ‘Uptime-Kuma’ which is run on our own dedicated server. This has an easier and more resilient reporting system.
HowTo: add Mastodon feed to WordPress
A very simple Wordpress plugin took all of five minutes to install and show a Mastodon feed.
A new home on Mastodon
We are pleased to announce our return to social media with an account on Mastodon at social.brainsys.com.
One flew over the cuckoo’s nest
The subject that dominated this week’s IT news was Elon Musk’s takeover of Twitter. Walking in with a sink, declaring it a free spech have full of fun and comedy
Howto: Fishing with KDE
With the Dolphin file manager you can go fishing across your network of servers as though they were just different folders on your desktop.
New Status Page
Today we replaced our old status page with a visually more informative one based on the open source Upptime Github project
Howto: Archive an old WordPress site?
Using the wget command to archive/site rip a website in a single line – completely free!
This is the fourth generation of our website. The beginning was very different. Tim Berners-Lee had defined html but there was no ‘Dummies” guide to building a website. No google to ask. Nobody to do it for you. Netscape beta
Howto: WordPress RSS icon removal
The Wordpress RSS widget is great for adding news and stuff to your website. By default it adds an RSS logo to the title. What if you don’t want it?
Here is how I did it by just editing one line
Hugo: two wheels better than four?
Is the world’s fastest framework for building websites the thinking coder’s answer to Wordpress?
No, but that doesn’t mean it shouldn’t join Wordpress and DokuWiki in our portfolio.