Get Ahead in a Waitlist, or How To Never Trust The Client

As a developer, it is always important to keep in mind one thing – never trust the client. Ever. The client is neither a completely secure entrypoint nor the source of truth moving upstream to the service.

NOTE: This issue has already been addressed and the fix is live. Shoutout to Kyle Rankin for being on top of things and responding to my email.

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Serve your WordPress blog via HTTPS on NameCheap (for free)

Gone are the days when you no longer have to worry whether you want to fetch a website through HTTPS. No matter whether you are handling private information or not, there is no excuse to have a site residing in plain HTTP land. That said, this tutorial assumes that you, the reader, already have some knowledge as to why HTTPS is necessary. If not, a cursory search will yield thousands of articles you can read through.

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