Open Source

Creating a website with WordPress: A Beginner’s Guide

Create your own WordPress website: It’s that easy!

Do you want to have your own website, but hardly have any programing skills? With a content management system, you can create a homepage for yourself or your company without HTML knowledge. Our WordPress guide will guide you step-by-step through the website making process, from installing and setting up WordPress, to creating content and publishing your material.

Functional Specification

Functional specification: All project requirements at a glance

Have you heard of a functional specification before? Functional specifications and specification sheets are often used especially in the software sector. They are essential tools for completing projects on schedule. The functional specification is prepared by the contractor and essentially contains the client’s requirements. Moreover, the functional specification document includes detailed plans...

What is open source?

Open source software explained

What is open source software (OSS) and what is special about it? The history of open source and the principles of the freely accessible software development code date back to the very first Internet technologies. In this article, we will show you what the first open source models were, how open source differs from closed source software and how you can use it to your advantage.

Squid: the license-free caching server for your web project

Squid - the cross-platform open source proxy

If you’re optimising your website, then you shouldn’t just turn to content and design; it’s important to also make sure that you invest ample time into the functionality of your website. Usability and loading time are just as important for a website’s success as high-quality and regularly offered content. A long loading time is one of the main causes of high bounce rates. The simple solution: a...

Turning on incognito mode in Chrome

Incognito mode in Chrome: how to browse privately

If you want to surf the Internet in private, your best option is to use the Chrome incognito mode. Incognito mode is a security feature that lets you browse the Internet without your history, cookies or other browsing data being stored. Read on to find out how to go incognito in Chrome and why you might want to do this.

Raspberry Pi: How to set up an SSH server

Raspberry Pi: activating and using SSH access

Raspberry Pi has established itself as a reliable basis for servers of various types. Access – for configuration and maintenance purposes – rarely takes place on the mini computer itself, but mostly on a desktop computer in the same network. The communication protocol is the secure SSH (secure shell), which isn’t enabled by default and hasn’t been for some time. How to activate the Raspberry Pi...

Creating a Joomla website

Creating a Joomla! website: Step by step to your own website

If you create your website with Joomla!, you benefit from a well-structured content management system, which already offers many features in the standard installation. However, you first have to master tasks such as hosting or installing the software, and to learn how to use the system. The following Joomla! tutorial supports you in this project.

The best alternatives to Facebook Messenger

The best alternatives to Facebook Messenger

Facebook's messaging function has long become indispensable as a means for many people to keep in touch with friends and colleagues – even on the move. Using Facebook Messenger app on your phone tends to use up a lot of battery power and internet data. Fortunately, there are good alternatives that allow you to navigate Facebook chats just as easily and quickly, and that often also help to protect...

WordPress plugins for securing your website

The best WordPress backup plugins

If you’ve invested lots of time and effort into your WordPress project, you definitely need an adequate backup solution. Otherwise, you run the risk of losing important data through a database or system failure, which may not be retrievable. Which WordPress plugins are available for helping you back up your project?


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