Cross Domain Web Fonts

Published on August 16, 2013 by in Administration

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This is a relatively simple workaround to the issue in Firefox that prevents cross domain sharing of web fonts. This isn’t a big deal for most people, but can be if you host several sites in dotCMS, or use a common shared host for assets that get used between many sites. The rationale is actually […]

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dotCMS has many ways to handle multiple hosts, permission hosts and force https. But sometimes you just need more… For instance, you want a host to only be visible from certain IP’s or you want to password protect a site before it goes live. All things that could be handled by permissions or plugins if […]

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Splunk for dotCMS

Published on June 14, 2010 by in Administration, Linux

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Splunk for dotCMS

Introduction Every once in a great while, you discover a tool that you didn’t know you couldn’t live without.  Such was the case for us with an application bearing the incredibly descriptive name – Splunk.  What is Splunk?  One of its primary uses is as a log analysis tool.  But wait.  Before you yawn and […]

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How to Enable SSL in dotCMS

Published on February 18, 2009 by in Administration

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Having just gone through this process, I thought I’d share the steps I took to enable SSL in DotCMS.  On the DotCMS wiki there are some fairly brief instructions on how to enable SSL.  A quick search on Tomcat and SSL will point you to their documentation which explains it step-by-step.  So here it is […]

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