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How to Completely Disable XML-RPC in WordPress

XML-RPC is enabled by default since WordPress version 3.5. It allows some external services and applications to access and modify content on your site. Some examples of the services are the JetPack plugin, WordPress mobile apps, and pingbacks. If you are not using the services and applications, you might consider…

20 Handy Online Tools for Web Development

The great thing about web-based online tools is that there’s no need to download or install anything to use them, all you need is a web browser and Internet connection. In this post, I have compiled a list of free online tools that you may find useful for your web…

Using Signature Pad with ASP.NET MVC

Signature Pad is a JavaScript library that allows you to capture user signatures in desktop and mobile browsers. It’s HTML5 canvas based and uses variable width B├ęzier curve interpolation for smooth signature drawing. The other good thing about the library is it doesn’t depend on jQuery. In this tutorial, you…

How to Prevent Caching in ASP.NET MVC

Any page that potentially contain sensitive information should not be cached on the user’s browser and proxy servers. In ASP.NET MVC, you can use the OutputCache attribute to prevent caching for a controller action. For example: This will result in the following headers: Cache-Control: no-cache, no-store Pragma: no-cache Expires: -1…