IndexedDB is a way for you to persistently store data inside a user’s browser. Because it lets you create web applications with rich query abilities regardless of network availability, these applications can work both online and offline. IndexedDB is useful for applications that store a large amount of data (for example, a catalog of DVDs in... » read more
When you upload an image, WordPress not only uploads the original image, it automatically creates three resized images for you: a Large version (default 600px) a Medium version (default 300px) a Thumbnail (default 150px) Width Height Ratio Size WordPress Large 600 WordPress Medium 300 WordPress Small 150 Facebook Download 960 720 1.33 109 KB Google... » read more
Open up the “Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager” application. Server -> Sites -> Add Website Input “Site name”. Leave application pool to DefaultAppPool. Input “Physical path” to point to your web application root folder. Input “Port” number.
Obtain private key from SSL site. Download directly from browser. mydomain_com_key.txt Company will send you the cert files in email. mydomain_com.crt Download OpenSSL for Windows https://slproweb.com/products/Win32OpenSSL.htmlC:\Program Files\OpenSSL-Win64\bin\openssl.exe Generate PFX (Private Certificates) from Key file and Certificate file. Provide a password https://www.ssl.com/how-to/create-a-pfx-p12-certificate-file-using-openssl/ Private Key (from download) + Certificate (from email) = PFX file (via OpenSSL) Source:... » read more
Security in FTP is provided by employing the SSL/TLS protocol for channel encryption as defined in RFC 2228. The secured version of FTP is called FTPS. The SFTP abbreviation is often mistakenly used to specify some kind of Secure FTP, by which people most often mean FTPS. Another (similar) mistake is that SFTP is thought... » read more
Create new Windows user. 2. Go to IIS -> Select FTP Site FTP Authentication -> Enable Basic Authentication FTP Authorization -> Allow Read, Write Connect via FTP Client
On Windows Desktop (Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7 and Windows Vista) Go to Control Panel > Programs > Program and Features > Turn Windows features on or off. On a Windows Features window: Expand Internet Information Services > FTP Server and check FTP Service. Expand Internet Information Services > Web Management Tools and check IIS Management Console, if it is not checked yet.... » read more
If you upload very large images to your website, your website will slow down when those images are viewed by your visitors. The solution is to learn how to optimise (trim images down to size) before you upload them. Preparing images involves reducing the physical size and file size, while still leaving the images looking... » read more