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Archive for May, 2015

How to Set Up a Self Signed SSL Certificate on Nginx

Self Signed Certificates are SSL certificates that are signed by your server using its own private key. That means that they are not authorized by normal third party certificate authorities. If you need to run an SSL protected environment while you are developing your software, then this kind of SSL is specially recommended because it can be setup […] Read more

How to Configure Nginx FASTCGI Cache

Nginx has many cool features enabled by default. One of those is something called the FastCGI cache. As you can imagine, the FastCGI cache is a cache system built for your dynamic requests, such as the ones made from popular CMS like WordPress, Drupal, Joomla, or your own hand-made web developments. The best thing about this cache […] Read more

Nginx.conf Configuration Example

Configuring Nginx is pretty easy, even if you are a newbie and have no previous experience. In this post, we will give you an example of a simple but effective Nginx.conf configuration. It includes all of the common options and directives that most modern websites need. First, you have to locate your Nginx.conf file. It can […] Read more

Pimcore Nginx Configuration

Pimcore is not just a simple CMS like Joomla or WordPress. It’s a whole new concept of CMS. To begin with, it’s free and open-source, making it available for a lot of people around the world. Right now, Pimcore is powering more than 65K websites. You can also use Pimcore as a web content management platform, though it’s much more than that. Pimcore […] Read more