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How to clear DNS cache on Ubuntu

Operating systems such as Windows automatically create temporary records on all websites visited in the so-called DNS cache. The information contained is valid for a limited period of time. A DNS flush, i.e. a flushing of the cache, removes data from the system before the time limit expires. For clear DNS cache open the terminal…
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Recognize fonts from image – WhatTheFont

If you want to know the name of a font you really like but don’t know how to find the information, you can use the free online tool WhatTheFont. Insert the image of the font you want to be recognized, the program will load a complete list of fonts similar to the one you were…
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How To Use Apache as a Reverse Proxy on Ubuntu 20.04

A reverse proxy is a type of proxy server that accepts HTTP (S) requests and transparently distributes them to one or more backend servers. You can use a reverse proxy to prevent direct access to these underlying application servers. They can also be used to distribute the load of incoming requests to different application servers.…
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Xtumble | Cloud management with integrated E-Shop

Xtumble is a suite of products to manage the entire data flow of your company in an organic and structured way. – E-commerce active in minutes – Synchronized with the Facebook shop – Share projects with your customers and suppliers with the B2B module Watch a registration demo Try it without obligation, the first…
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How to Hide Div when Click Outside of the Element using jQuery

Hide element on click outside, is a must-have functionality for the dropdown menu. Apart from that, it also used in some situations where you need to hide div when the user clicks outside of this element. You can easily hide div or element when click outside of it using jQuery. In the example code snippet,…
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How to install a Certificate SSL DVW on Apache Web Server

1)Purchase your Certificate SSL DVW (Domain Validated Wildcard ) from your provider. 2)Log in to your server’s terminal via Secure Shell (SSH). 3)Generate a private key and CSR by running the following command:

Note: Replace “server” with the domain name you intend to secure. Enter the following CSR details when prompted: Common Name: The FQDN (fully-qualified domain name) you want to…
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