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You Don’t Need A Wildcard SSL With Kinsta

Wildcard SSLs are no longer a required with Kinsta. Long live the standard SSL. Time to celebrate! 🥳 I don’t have anything against wildcard SSLs. What I do have a problem with is the new requirement that requires manual verification…

Kinsta’s GraphQL Endpoint

Over the past few weeks, I’ve been resisting changes to how SSLs work with Kinsta & Cloudflare. To rant slightly, here is a brief timeline of what’s been happening, including my responses. đź‘Ť Kinsta integrates with Cloudflare switching from a…

Fathom Analytics Compatibility

If you haven’t heard about Fathom Analytics, then you should check them out. They’re a privacy-focused web analytics alternative to Google Analytics. I’ve been using them since 2018. Last July I upgraded to their paid service which is fully integrated…

Email Robot Handing DNS Updates

I know we’ve all been there. Staring at the endless stream of new emails wondering, “Can I automate this somehow?”. Trust me, I know. That answer is always yes, it can be automated. However, the real question is whether it…

Personal Backups with Restic and B2 Bucket

When I switched my daily driver to Linux, one missing piece was how to handle local backups. I previously relied on Backblaze, which is an awesome application that provides real-time backups, Unfortunately Linux isn’t supported. After trying out various backup…

Database Backups with DevKinsta

DevKinsta is a great way to run WordPress sites locally for testing or development purposes. With a few clicks, you can easily create a fresh WordPress site or pull down an existing site hosting with Kinsta. If you rely on…