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ApacheFrontAccountingHTTPS

Load denied by X-Frame-Options

Apache2 requires some additional configuration to work with HTTPS and FrontAccounting.

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ApacheHTTPSUbuntu

HTTPS for Ubuntu Apache with Self-Signed Certificates

As I mentioned in a previous post (HTTPS for XAMPP with Self-Signed Certificates), there is an initiative, lead by Google and Mozilla, to deprecate HTTP …

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ApacheHTTPSWindows 10

HTTPS for XAMPP with Self-Signed Certificates

There is an initiative, lead by Google and Mozilla, to deprecate HTTP and migrate all web traffic to HTTPS.

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FrontAccounting

QuickBooks to FrontAccounting – Conclusion

This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series QuickBooks to FrontAccounting

FrontAccounting is great; getting the data out of QuickBooks, not so much.

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Windows 10

Windows 10 weirdness

Windows 10 is good, but …

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UbuntuXRDP

Ubuntu 14.04 xfce4 xrdp – red and blue colors are swapped

After installing xfce4 and xrdp the desktop colors are mixed up, with the red and blue colors swapped.

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DropboxUbuntu

Dropbox icon has disappeared from Xubuntu 14.04

Dropbox icon missing from the Notification Panel

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CodeIgniterSmarty

Integrating CodeIgniter 3 and Smarty 3 is easy

Using Smarty 3 with CodeIgniter 3 is easy.

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ApacheFrontAccountingMySQL

QuickBooks to FrontAccounting – Installation

This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series QuickBooks to FrontAccounting

FrontAccounting is easily installed into an Apache web server with PHP and MySQL, on either Linux or Windows.

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