Why I moved from Wix to WordPress hosted on SiteGround

At the beginning of this year, Microsoft announced the discontinuation of public websites on Office 365 (https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3027254). At this time my blog has been hosted on Office 365 and I was more or less happy with it. After this unpleasant announcement, Microsoft offered the alternatives Wix or GoDaddy. Based on my short evaluation, I selected to move forward with Wix.

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Bootable Image Creator – Windows 10

Download The Bootabable Image Creator has been verified against Windows 10. It works as expected, still under the same pre-conditions: You need to run Windows 7 Ultimate, Enterprise, Windows 8, Windows 10 Your system drive has to be unencrypted (no Bitlocker, Sophos or another encryption tool in place) More details: https://fiechter.eu/2015/07/27/bootable-image-creator-easy-multi-boot-from-vhd-virtual-disk Configuration Screen: Building Screen:

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Bootable Image Creator (Easy multi-boot from VHD – Virtual Disk)

Download Preconditions You need to run Windows 7 Ultimate, Enterprise, Windows 8, Windows 10 Your system drive has to be unencrypted (no Bitlocker, Sophos or another encryption tool in place) What’s this about? The bootable image creator, allows you to create an additional Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 2012 installation in a virtual disk (vhd). It configures a separate

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Google Analytics for SharePoint 2013 / Office 365

This has been replaced by Plain365 which provides an easy installation. Download and Video – Obsolete The solution is based on the Google Analytics solution for SharePoint 2010. It enables on all pages the Google Analytics code or some other JavaScript without modifying the underlying master pages or any other file delivered from Microsoft. The solution runs as a non-code sandbox

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SharePoint 2013 Workflows: The HTTP header ACCEPT is missing or its value is invalid

Problem  A SharePoint 2013 workflow is receiving information from the SharePoint 2013 site by using the Call HTTP web service action. When you run the workflow, then the following value inside the response is logged: {“error”:{“code”:”-1, Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.ClientServiceException”,”message”:{“lang”:”en-US”,”value”:”The HTTP header ACCEPT is missing or its value is invalid.”}}} The problem occurs, because the SharePoint server needs to know which type of

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