How to use SSL in localhost

There are lots of stuffs we need to test with SSL. There are some SSL providers that provide free SSL we can use those in our site. Among free SSL providers, I prefer to use CloudFlare, it’s very easy to use and nothing to setup though it needs ~24 hours to activate. Also, developers from countries where we don’t have super high speed internet, we are used to work in locally hosted site. So, usually we can’t use SSL in local site – in other words most of the developers doesn’t know. But it’s possible, and even it’s not complex […]

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How to enable php mail() in your ubuntu

In my last post I showed you how you can set up an ubuntu server for apache, php, mysql, phpmyadmin and wordpress multiste. Below is the link if you want to take a look: How to setup a VPS (Ubuntu) for WordPress hosting – A to Z tutorial Today, we will learn how we can enable email in that server, so that we can use php mail() to send mail from our system. Today I won’t go in that detail but just to set a simple mail server. The simplest way to enable mail in your ubuntu is to run […]

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How to setup a VPS (Ubuntu) for WordPress hosting – A to Z tutorial

VPS is being more popular day by day. Personally I prefer to use DigitalOcean, they are cheap and their support is awesome. They also have tons of tutorial guides, chat community. Also they answer your questions very quickly in their support forum. Let’s dive into the main point. When you will have a VPS droplet, you will get an IP, login username, password that you can use to login in your VPS via command line. There are several tools like Putty in windows, but I love to work in command line in Linux or Mac OS. Let’s assume the IP […]

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