Setting up Cloudflare for website security and performance

I’ve written about Cloudflare a few times before, and always positively, because it’s a great service and you can get so much of it for free (can’t beat that price!).  I’ve even gone into a little detail on how I went HTTPS with Cloudflare on my WCG Online project. This time I’ve gone one step further and put together…

Adding security.txt

Earlier in the year I wrote about adding humans.txt, a simple text file which can be used to list the humans involved in building the website.  I also use my file to list tools and services that have I have to build and run my website. There is also a reasonably new initiative out there to add…

Git aliases

Taking a slight sidebar from my current blog series entitled Getting going with Heroku and PHP (part 1) (and part 2), I’ve discussed that the commands that I am now using to push updates are as follows… gulp git add . git commit -m “A useful commit message” git push git subtree push –prefix build heroku master This…