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Solving The Problem with DigitalOcean Load Balancer Health Checks Using HTTP

Posted on: December 7th, 2018 by admin_bk

For one of our SAAS platforms, Backtobasics selected DigitalOcean Singapore as our data center. I can say, without reservation, that DigitalOcean delivers an excellent service at a very competitive price. We are very happy with DigitalOcean. Our SAAS consists of a cloud platform built on Laravel and sitting behind Apache2. A standard setup. To ensure our […]

Permanent Custom Rewrite Rules In WordPress

Posted on: July 4th, 2018 by admin_bk

Here at Backtobasics we code a lot of websites using WordPress. Of course, ultimately we will develop a website that requires custom rewrite rules, especially for custom posts. However, managing these rewrite rules can prove troublesome. In this article, I am going to present a means of properly managing custom rewrite rules that will remain permanently […]

Creating Google Map Overlays With Scribble Maps

Posted on: October 22nd, 2014 by admin_bk

Modern web designers have a plethora of tools available to make websites that provide engaging user experiences. One of the tools used by a large number of web designers is Google Maps and the Google Maps API. This powerful API can provide developers with the tools to present map-based information in ways that are visually […]

Responsive Map Markers In WordPress

Posted on: October 15th, 2014 by admin_bk

JavaScript For Cool Maps We recently had a client request a map for their website project implemented in WordPress. The design for the map had several critical requirements. First, the map needed to fill the window and respond to the window size. Second, the map needed to show markers for points of interest, namely cities […]