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Nginx configuration for OsCommerce

OsCommerce is a very popular software used to build e-commerce stores. This free shopping cart is available in many languages and has a large community of users that have built more than 7000 plugins/addons to extend the basic features of OsCommerce. With OsCommerce you can setup your own online store, create, edit and delete products, […] Read more

ModX Nginx Configuration

ModX Revolution is an easy, all-in-one CMS and application framework, an alternative to other common CMS, like WordPress or Joomla. This is a free software, licensed under GPL, and it is 100% compatible with Nginx and PHP 5.1.1 and above. ModX includes WYSIWYG rich-text editors and full control over all metadata and URL structures (friendly URLs) […] Read more

Nginx Configuration for Textpattern

Textpattern is an elegant CMS. It is a free open source software that allows web developers, designers, and bloggers to publish their content within a clean and easy interface. One especially good thing about Textpattern is the fact that developers and designers have the ability to control all aspects of the XHTML and CSS from the […] Read more

Nginx Configuration For Concrete5

Concrete5 is a CMS that is becoming pretty popular as a WordPress alternative. It allows you to generate a web page without losing much time and with all of the common functions of the three most popular CMS: Joomla, Drupal and WordPress. Concrete5 is easy to set up and can be ready to use within a few […] Read more

How to Configure a Remote MySQL Database on Ubuntu

Most developers and webmasters don’t need remote MySQL connections. Their small websites use MySQL, running on the same server as their PHP applications. That’s why ‘localhost’ (127.0.0.1) is specified as the MySQL server/host on most CMS and apps installations. Even if you have a cache system configured for MySQL, when you have big traffic applications with […] Read more