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How to Develop a Living Style Guide

Living style guides are a very powerful tool to write clean SCSS code. They simplify the design and implementation of reusable components. On top, you have a very consistent and easy to test style for the web application(s) using the style guide. In fact, a style guide is so easy to develop that I…

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Adding JSON-LD to a Personal Website

Structured data is a standard to help search engines understand the semantic content of a website. Structured data defines a vocabulary telling search engines what the content of your website is about and providing them with additional data in a structured manner to reduce the assumptions made…

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Update CrashPlan on a QNAP NAS with Docker

Some time ago I installed Crashplan on my QNAP NAS with Docker. As in the meantime there were a lot of updates available for all moving parts, it was certainly time to update. What a scary idea! Much to my delight, the update went very smooth and CrashPlan works properly as expected. The update…

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Regression Testing a Sitemap

I was recently restructuring my website and was worried that my changes might break some of the links. Placing some 301 Redirects is fine as long as you track down all the links that change. And to track down which links changed is super easy: what better option would there have been than to write…

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