E poi lentamente, molto lentamente, dimentichi. Le persone, quelle che sembravano indelebili sbiadiscono a poco a poco.
Dimentichi. Li dimentichi tutti quanti. Persino quelli che dicevi di amare e quelli che amavi veramente. Sono gli ultimi a scomparire. E una volta che hai scordato abbastanza, puoi amare qualcun altro.

Gabrielle Zevin

HTTS url

Today I’ve installed an SSL certificate on my blog, also to comply to Google’s recommendations about https and it’s SEO implications.
Now LollOland is safer than ever! Do you fill safer now?  😉

Inventiamo una montagna di consumo superfluo che noi compriamo e buttiamo via. Perché quando io compro qualcosa, o tu, non lo compri con i soldi ma con il tempo della tua vita che impieghi per avere più soldi. Questa è la differenza: che tu non puoi comprare la vita. La vita va vissuta. E’ terribile barattare la tua vita perdendo la tua libertà.

Boring Video ADS on Youtube seem to download content from many URI all around internet. Thank to Firebug (Mozilla Plugin) it’s very simple to individuate domains from which your browser downloads ADS and Video ADS when you watch Youtube’s Video.

FireBug Screenshot

Red lines are contents not downloaded.

A very simple procedure to avoid Video Ads is to modify the (famous) HOSTS file letting your operating system to resolve the domains involved in the ADS network with ip (your own system) actually blocking downloads of pages, code and ADS videos. I prefer this procedure than many others you can find on internet because it’s not necessary to install anything on you computer.

How to do it (I assume you have a Windows machine, if not, find the HOSTS file for your system):

  1. Start Menu -> Accessories -> right click on “Command prompt” -> click on “Run as administrator“.
    A black window will open. If you have a Windows XP pc, simply open a commad prompt window;
  2. cut and paste in the command window this string “notepad c:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\hosts” (then press “enter” key);
  3. notepad will open, then put those lines at the end of file:        s0.2mdn.net        googleads.g.doubleclick.net        ad.doubleclick.net        files.adform.net        secure-ds.serving-sys.com

    (without quotes)
    You should see something like the picture;

    [Update] No Youtube ads
    close notepad saving the file;

  4. in the command window run this command ipconfig /flushdns (“enter“!) to flush DNS cache of your PC;
  5. close the command window.

Try to navigate Youtube, now you shouldn’t see any Video ADS before your preferred videos.


  • It may be the first host is no more strictly necessary, but if it remains in the hosts file is not a problem;
  • It may be introdused a delay from the page loading and the start of videos, only few seconds. That’s because browser has to wait the abortion of connections to localhost (;
  • It may be possible not all necessary hosts are indicated in this post. Some hosts may change, depend of you location around the World due to resources distribution. Please, use FireBug to update your own host lists (and send me a message so I can update too! 😉 );
  • Playlists are not affected by any problem. You can enjoy your music without any ADS interruption.


BlueHost WordPress mod_rewrite configuration

Recently I moved this site to BlueHost.com because it is one of the approved WordPress provider and there are many hosting plans for all pockets, and Ive subscribed the basic one (http://www.bluehost.com/shared) with unlimited space, domains, websites, mails and more. I want to use this space also for some clients that have little websites so I can share the cost of the hosting.

When you open a BlueHost accont, you need to declare the main domain (in my case il lolloland.com) and, if you want to install WordPress under the root of you domain (in my case https://www.lolloland.com) all WP files are located directly under the /public_html/ directory that is the root of your space. 

I’m a very tidy person 😉 so I want that all domains and all sites are in their own subdirectory and directories must have this structure:


First problem for my compulsive order is that BlueHost.com doesn’t permit to move the WP files under a subdirectory without change the URL of you site (example: https://www.lolloland.com/domain1/www). Of course you can move WP in a subdirectory, but I do not like at all to change standard WP files and links inside posts ( here is what a mean: http://codex.wordpress.org/Moving_WordPress ; you have to change the file index.php and copy it in the root directory of the server; you have to change permalinks, and so on).
So I decided to work only on the .htaccess file.

I have read tons of pages on “how to move a WordPress site” but I didn’t find anything useful about this case: move a WordPress site from the document root to a subdirectory, without modifying WP original files, without modifying “home” and “site_url“, permalinks or links to media contents (/wp-content/uploads/... )

So this is the procedure I used:

  • I moved my old WP installation to BlueHost.com following these instructions HERE (WP was instaled under main domain, https://www.lolloland.com, and all files were in the root of server directly under /public_html/ directory);
  • Via FTP I created the correct directory to host WP files (of curse, correct for my compulsive order need 😉 ) : /public_html/lolloland/www
  • I moved all files from /public_html/ to /public_html/lolloland/www EXCEPT the file .htaccess (and php.ini if any);
  • I modified .htaccess file modifying the original configuration of Apache MOD_REWRITE in this way:
# BEGIN WordPress

RewriteEngine On

RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^lolloland.com$ [NC,OR]
RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^www.lolloland.com$ 
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} !lolloland/www/
RewriteRule (.*) /lolloland/www/$1 [L]

RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d
RewriteRule . /index.php [NC,L]

# END WordPress

After that I was able to transfer all other domains on BlueHost.com installing them in their own directories (/domain1/www, /domain2/www, …) using, in that case, the standard BlueHost’s WordPress installation procedure.

If you move other domains in your space on BlueHost you MUST NOT REMOVE the two lines of .htaccess file reguarding the directive RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} otherwise you’ll receive for these domains a “500 server error” message.

 I hope this post could be useful for everyboby! 😉



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