The website of an imaginary cosmetic surgery practice for InboundRx to demonstrate the marketing of both the clinic and Inmode’s Fractora laser skin treatment equipment. By this point, the customization of a client brochure site template and its subsequent launch on Amazon AWS is pretty much routine. What made this particular deployment a bit more interesting is the configuration of Git and SSH to enable direct production code push from the Cloud 9 IDE to the AWS EC2 instance. It does take a tiny bit more upfront work, but I’m finding that subsequent code changes are significantly simpler to roll out!
Built with WordPress (PHP, CSS, MySQL, etc), launched on AWS EC2 with SSH and Git, secured with Let’s Encrypt and Certbot.
Live Site: https://www.examplecosmetics.com/
As Nancy was going to be out of town for that Saturday’s installment of Turtles Have Short Legs, we’d asked Thomas of A Certain Smile and Your Heart Belongs to Twee to spin some tunes on the radio. And indeed Thomas shows up with a box of 7″s, and much merriment was had. Darned near two hours of fuzzy, scratchy, poppy indie goodness from the last ~40 years .
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The question “Would you put your credit card info on a website that doesn’t have the love green padlock?” should elicit the same vehemently negative response as “Would you wade through a pool of piranhas without wearing chainmail?” Admittedly an SSL certificate isn’t the be all end all of safe browsing, but it’s a rather visible baseline indicator of how seriously the site owner takes security. It’s like what a friend told me about OSHA inspectors: they look for bad housekeeping and a sloppy work area, as they’re indicative of much bigger problems.
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