Enable Directory Listing On Specific Directory With Nginx

Note: In the sample below, I’m using Ubuntu Linux as the host for my web server. The instructions should be the same for other flavors of Linux, though the path to your Nginx sites configuration files may be different. Generally when you navigate to a website, such as https://unusually.pink/, you don’t actually get to see… Continue reading Enable Directory Listing On Specific Directory With Nginx

Self-Hosting A Static Website

Earlier this week a friend reached out to me regarding a website. He had just finished developing his very first iOS game and was ready to submit it to Apple for approval. One of Apple’s myriad requirements, though, is a website containing the author’s privacy policy. My friend had no website and no idea how… Continue reading Self-Hosting A Static Website

Fixing Let’s Encrypt Certificates After You Delete Them Like An Idiot

In Episode 11, I had discussed how I run a couple of my websites on a Linux server running Nginx as the web server and encrypting connections to them via Let’s Encrypt certificates. Shortly after recording that episode, though, I realized I had messed up my certificate configuration via certbot. If you don’t recall the… Continue reading Fixing Let’s Encrypt Certificates After You Delete Them Like An Idiot