The easiest way to think of snapshots is that they literally “freeze” your files in time and allow you to recover those files later if necessary. Every time a snapshot is created, a “restore” point is also created which allows you to recover files/folders from a point in time, like navigating a time machine. The … Read more Synology: How to Configure Snapshots Replication
Have you already installed BitWarden using docker on your Synology NAS following my step by step guide? Do you want to log in via HTTPS using your custom domain name even when you are away from home? It’s simple and free. You don’t need to buy domains, you don’t need to look for information elsewhere … Read more Synology: How to Allow BitWarden to Work Over an HTTPS Connection?
QuickConnect allows you to access your NAS device from outside of your internal private network. This is Synology’s way of ensuring you don’t need to open ports on your NAS/router to access your data externally. I don’t use QuickConnect. QuickConnect is meant for beginners. There’s nothing wrong with using it. The way that I access … Read more Synology: What is QuickConnect?
Have you ever wanted to exclude a single image or more from some CSS rules that apply to all images? For example, say you have the CSS shadow rule for all your WordPress images and you want to remove this option for a single image. Nothing could be simpler. Follow the step by step guide … Read more WordPress: How To Exclude Specific Images From CSS
Today continues an adventure that began on January 9, 2019 with my first Synology NAS DS718+ purchased after so many months of going back and forth on the decision. Well, looking back now, getting a Synology NAS was one of the best decisions I ever made. And so, my adventure continues today with a new … Read more Synology NAS DS720+ Review