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Sat, 17 May 2014

.htaccess: an example of the Apache per-directory configuration file
Using
bloxsom as my weblog designing application, I had to provide some settings to the Apache .htaccess configuration file to fine-tune the usage of my site:

  1. tell Apache to load index.cgi in addition to the default index.htm
  2. rewrite the requested address adding www. if it's omitted
  3. rewrite the requested address adding index.cgi if it's omitted
  4. and for bandwidth reduction, forbid robots from crawling some pages
(Updated May 17 2014)

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Wed, 04 May 2011

How to force Firefox to open in a new tab a link that tries to open a new window
Type about:config in the address bar, read the warning and confirm.
Then change the value of browser.link.open_newwindow.restriction to 0.
Done.

See
mozillazine about:config FAQ for a detailed description of the variables and values.
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Blosxom: How to insert a fixed path for images in Blosxom
I wrote some post on my new site created with
Blosxom and I wanted to insert some images that I put in a directory called images under my website address root.
I found different solutions:

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AMD Cool'n'Quiet
I'll try to answer these questions:

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Sun, 16 Dec 2007

Seeing MySQL queries, just like MS SQL Profiler
Just execute mysqld with the --log[=filename] or -l[=filename] command-line option. If filename is omitted, hostname.log will be created in the mysql data directory.
Or edit my.ini adding log=filename line (i.e. if you use WAMP).
Then restart mysqld.
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