How to configure Visual Studio to debug a web application in any Windows browser’s incognito or private mode. This solution allows every debugging session to be free of preexisting cache and cookies. Supported in Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Opera. Edge support is not yet available. [Read More]
A collection of my blog posts tagged as being related to Google's Chrome browser, Chrome operating system, Chromium browser, etc.
Hardening Firefox. Replacing Chrome.
Using Firefox instead of Chrome on the desktop, and how I am hardening Firefox to increase security and privacy. [Read More]
Activating HTTP/2 Server Push with WordPress
A quick and dirty test of HTTP/2 Server Push on WordPress. [Read More]
Sending the Referrer Policy Header with NGINX
A brief overview of the Referrer Policy header and how to send it with NGINX. [Read More]
NGINX Trailing Slashes for WordPress
How to configure a NGINX rewrite rule to always include trailing slashes in WordPress while not breaking the REST API. [Read More]
Blocking Web Fonts for Speed and Privacy
How to configure your browser to block web fonts to speed up your web browsing and protect your privacy. [Read More]
Example of Dynamically Caching WordPress on Cloudflare
The performance improvements speak for themselves in this example of dynamically caching WordPress on CloudFlare from a traditional shared hosting server. [Read More]