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Referrer spam has always been a nuisance, specially if you have some traffic restrictions on your hosting. The referral traffic robs your site from the precious bandwidth allocated (also know as Bandwidth Theft). Also with a large number of spam traffic, legitimate users will be greeted with a slow and sometimes non responsive site. Htaccess […]

Bower is a package manager for the web and offers a generic solution to the problem of front-end package management. For example the Polymer library uses Bower for package management. In fact, the primary reason for me to install Bower was to use Polymer. The main difference between Bower and pther package managers is that […]

CS-Cart is one of the premium shopping platform for building ecommerce sites. As with any ecommerce solutions CS-Cart includes various tax features. However, one important feature it lacks is sales tax. For a recent client work I needed to integrate the sales tax api from StrikeIron, which provides a cloud-based Data Quality Suite including email […]

Piwik is a Open source web analytics application that has a huge number of valuable functions related to SEO and other analytics stuff built-in. One such module is RankChecker. This module provides page rank information for Google, Dmoz and Alexa. With some modification to the original RankChecker.php we can use it in our own application […]

There is nothing worse for a site owner to endure than to have his site hacked with no backup to restore from. Many people rely on the hosting providers backup feature or if unavailable make a copy themselves on a regular basis. Unfortunately, ‘Regular’ can mean weeks or months, depending on how serious the issue […]


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