Apache Tomcat is an open source web server and servlet container developed by the Apache Software Foundation that allows you to run Java Servlet and JavaServer Pages based web applications. For this tutorial, I'm using Ubuntu 14.04 x64 with 512 MB of RAM from Digital Ocean. The cost is only $5 per month! Install Apache Tomcat 7 We will first do a package repository update: sudo apt-get update Next, we will install Apache Tomcat 7: sudo apt-get install tomcat7 »
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PostgreSQL or referred to as its original, abbreviated name Postgres, is an object-relational database management system (ORDBMS) with an emphasis on storing data securely and through best practices. For this tutorial, I'm using Ubuntu 14.04 x64 with 512 MB of RAM from Digital Ocean. The cost is only $5 per month! Install PostgreSQL Installing PostgreSQL through apt-get is quick and easy; just two (2) commands. We will first do a package repository update: sudo apt-get update Next, we will »
The Sass Bootstrap Theme is an SASS language inspired Twitter Bootstrap theme. It features a primary pink and grey colour scheme with clan typography. It is a great theme for web designers, web developers, fashion websites or blogs, or other design website. Bootstrap's glyphicons are not included. If you wish to use font icons, I would highly recommend Font Awesome. This theme comes in minified or unminified assets, plus the ability to make the components gradients, instead of the default »
In my previous blog post, I showed you how-to install LAMP (Linux, Apache, MariaDB and PHP) on CentOS 7 and in this tutorial I'm going to show you how-to install phpMyAdmin on CentOS 7. If you don't know what phpMyAdmin is; phpMyAdmin is free software written in PHP, intended to handle the administration of MySQL over the Internet. Add Fedora EPEL Repositories Since phpMyAdmin is not included in the CentOS default repositories, we need to get it from the Fedora »
Git is a free and open source distributed version control system, that is designed to handle any project; from small to very large projects with speed, data integrity and efficiency. In this tutorial, I'm going to show you how-to install Git on CentOS7, using Yum and from the source. I'll be using a 512 MB VPS from Digital Ocean. It's only $5 per month and CentOS 7 is pre-installed! Install Git Using Yum First, we will make sure existing packages »
The LAMP stack is commonly used for web servers. LAMP stands for Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP (Python and Perl could also be included as the "P"). The following steps will show you how-to install Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP on CentOS 7. I'll be using a 512 MB VPS from Digital Ocean. It's only $5 per month and CentOS 7 is pre-installed! Install Apache To install Apache, type and enter the following command: sudo yum install httpd Now let's »
In this tutorial, I'm going to show you how-to apply transparency to your images using CSS3 filter property's opacity function. Making your images transparent can be useful for hero / jumbotron headers where you want to put text over or where you want an image to be transparent until an event happens, like being hovered on or scroll activated. The Results Not transparent: Transparent: The HTML and CSS The opacity function uses a percentage, from 0% to 100%; where 0% leaves »
In this tutorial, I'm going to show you how-to convert images to sepia using CSS3 filter property's sepia function. Converting the image to sepia leaves your image with an effect similar to the aging of old photographs and of older photographs chemically treated either for visual effect or for archival purposes. The Results Not sepia: Sepia: The HTML and CSS The sepia function uses a percentage, from 0% to 100%; where 0% leaves the image unchanged and 100% leaves the »
In this tutorial, I'm going to show you how-to blur your image using CSS3 filter property's blur function. The blur function applies a Gaussian blur to the image. The Results Normal: Blurred: The HTML and CSS The blur function uses pixels. The more pixels, the more of a blur will happen. If the value is 0px, no blur effect will be applied. Here is the HTML you would use to blur the image: <img src="image.jpg" class="blur" »
In this tutorial, I'm going to show you how-to convert your image to grayscale using CSS3 filter property's grayscale function. Converting your image into grayscale will leave your image with a nice black and white image effect. The Results Normal: Grayscale: The HTML and CSS The grayscale function uses a percentage, from 0% to 100%; where 0% leaves the image unchanged and 100% changes your image into grayscale. Here is the HTML you would use to grayscale the image: < »