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Site, back up and fully HTTPS for sure

by @ Dec 12, 2017

If anything worth to explain you, I've been mostly LAZY in order to complete a lot of stuff. So hopefully it won't be that much of a problem anymore with a half-assed slightly broken site. Although, I have done other stuff that isn't this wasteland, such as Housamo Club, go and take a look if you want to.

In other news, I might actually update the look of this site with bootstrap... but I'll think of it for a while. ;)

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Website is fully fixed, with working everything

by Robert @ Dec 12, 2017

Should no longer break shit up and stuff, etc.

You know, STUFF THAT BREAKS THE SITE.

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Bootstrap'd

by @ Dec 21, 2017

I slapped in a very basic bootstrap template, this will serve good enough for the public.

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This is probably underloved.

by @ Dec 12, 2017

Like most websites and probably "portfolio" based website, they get underloved to the point of no return.

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Nginx Front-End with Apache as proxy on Mist

by @ Dec 12, 2017

It was a pure challenge, since Mist was only made for Apache and Apache only. Only had to do is get some of the Apache mod dependencies like mod_rpaf and a few others. On top of that, covert the apache's .htaccess to the nginx's form of .htaccess; which again, was another nightmare topped on top of it.

At least the site works perfectly as needed!

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Open Sourcing most of my shit

by @ Dec 12, 2017

I decided to open source most of my creations IF available and IF secure to do so. If anything, it shouldn't be that much of an issue, lol.

Creations that are already in GitHub will be also linked here too.

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MistCMS? MistCMS

by @ Dec 12, 2017

So I got tired of using my own website template and most of the stuff have been changed to a new folder, instead I decided to use a friends of a friends CMS software.

I didn't wanted to use Joomla because it's freaking overrated and it sucks. That is like overpraising vBulletin when its nothing but an overpriced forum bloatware. (It is at its current state, no joke)

So praise em open source projects.

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