I had a need to create ics files for a PHP project I was working on. I found a existing class that had most of what I needed and it was simple to modify it for the additional features I needed.
Giving credit where it is due: ICS.php (https://gist.github.com/jakebellacera/635416)
Then I discovered that I had more than an occasional need to generate ics files outside of that project, so I decided to deploy a web service that I could call and a form that utilized that service.
Continue reading “Calendar file generation”
Long title, but what it boils down to is how to run a WordPress site on a Linux box behind a Windows server running IIS acting as a reverse proxy with a Let’s Encrypt certificate.
OpenSuse Leap 42.3, Apache, PHP 5.5.14, MariaDB 10.2.15, WordPress 4.9.5
Server 2008 R2, IIS 7.5
Continue reading “WordPress behind IIS SSL proxy”
I’ve decided to join the masses and stop reinventing the wheel.
It took most of a day, but I was able to get WordPress running on my own servers.
Now, I just need to think of something pithy to say on a regular basis.