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Earlier today while working on an e-commerce store for a client I was adding a couple simple content pages such as the typical “About Us” page. Anyhow I don’t use CSS on a daily basis so I typically forget the various syntax and/or tags that I need to use to accomplish certain tasks. In this case I needed to add a couple head shot images to the bio section of the About Us page and wanted the text to wrap around the head shot images. This is easy to do but I wanted to note for others and for future reference for myself.

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Excluding one port from a tcpdump output is easy. Use the below syntax to make sure the port is excluded as both a source and destination in the tcpdump output.

tcpdump -n not dst port 22 and not src port 22

You might issue the above command if you are connected to the server via SSH and you do not want that connection to show in your tcpdump results.

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