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My name is Jesús Pérez Paz. I'm a web developer, mainly a Front-End developer, with experience in project management. I'm a Mozilla collaborator and I believe in a free and open web for everyone. I currently live in Paris.

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nginx-wp

Configure subdomain as “CDN” in NGINX (+ WordPress & W3 Total Cache configuration)

In a typical scenario, you serve your webpage from single domain, that includes all yours “server generated” pages and also the images and assets (javascript, css and other files) of your site. This can slow down your page speed. Most of the browsers create maximum two/four simultaneous connections when downloading a page from the web […]

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WordPress NGINX configuration

I’ve been installing some wordpress sites in my new VPS running with NGINX. Install wordpress with Nginx is not as complicated as it might seem but you have to do some configurations to increase security and to make it work with cache plugins. As cache plugin I’ve chosen W3 total cache because the “Page Cache”, […]

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famfamfam-compass

FamFamFam flags sprite (with compass)

Creating css sprites is an amazing feature in compass. There is a tutorial to use compass to generate css sprites in the compass documentation. The famfamfam icon flags are 247 icons — in GIF and PNG formats — representing most countries in the world as small pixel icons. These flag icons are available for free […]

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html5offline

Auto-generated cache.manifest in PHP

If you don’t want to read the entire entry, you can get the code (and propose changes, of course) in github: https://github.com/tx2z/autogenerated-cache.manifest-php A very interesting thing in HTML5 is the possibility of create offline applications or web pages through the cache.manifest file. This pages can be read by the user when he don’t have an Internet connection, that […]

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