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Adding Google Charts Integration

2020-04-14 8 min read Behind the scenes Blog improvements Teknikal_Domain Unable to load comment count

Yesterday I posted about Cloudflare’s cache , and if you didn’t notice (or read far enough down), there’s actual pie charts with data in them for visualization.

Yeah, so now I can add the Google Charts API and draw charts on any page that I like, and the best part is that it was surprisingly simple to do that.

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Complying With the Latest Security Policies

2020-04-12 12 min read Behind the scenes Blog improvements Webdev and administration Teknikal_Domain Unable to load comment count

Modern websites and modern browsers support a wide range of security features to communicate specifically what is and is not allowed to be loaded, executed, or sent over the network. Being the person that I am, I’m going to comply with the latest guidelines and best practices as much as I can.. and it’s a headache.

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Improving My Site With Cloudflare Workers and Amazon S3

2020-04-05 16 min read Behind the scenes Blog improvements Programming Webdev and administration Teknikal_Domain Unable to load comment count

So as of now, anything much more over 1 MB I’m not going to take up space on all my devices hosting - I’ll just offload it to someone else. And how do I get it back? JavaScript.

No wait, I’m actually serious. As of now, I essentially have Cloudflare as a CDN that’s backed by the Amazon S3 storage service. Posts such as The one about light balance have everything but the featured image… not here anymore.

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Just a Minor Facelift

2020-02-18 1 min read Blog improvements Teknikal_Domain Unable to load comment count
Anyone notice the new green paint? I like it, gives a little personal touch to the overall theme. If you don’t notice, it might be because Cloudflare hasn’t expired the local cache, so you’ll have to check back in a bit. I’m still tweaking the exact values, because accessibility had to come before my less than ideal sense of aesthetics, but right now it seems to be workable. Let me know what you think in the comments here, I’ll take the feedback. Continue reading