Plausible comes with the perfect number of metrics out of the box, but if you need a little more, you can track custom goals, such as outbound clicks or file downloads, by adjusting the script embed and including those goals within your site settings.
Now, for additional custom event goals, you can use the global plausible function to push an event, such as Video: Play, with a couple properties, such as page and video, which is what we’re going to do.
You probably already tried to add a new background with a .mp4 or .gif extension, but soon realized that Microsoft Teams will only allow you to select from .jpg, .jpeg, .png, and .bmp files.
I thought to myself: what if I uploaded a .mp4 or .gif to wherever Microsoft Teams stores those custom uploaded backgrounds?
A quick search lead me to ~/Library/Application Support/Microsoft/Teams/Backgrounds/Uploads.
I copied an animated.gif, which is the file I want to use as my background, and an animated_thumb.jpg to match, which is the little thumbnail I will click on to select the animated background. That said, while I could select the thumbnail, the background was still not applied.
My last hope was to rename animated.gif to animated.jpg to see if Microsoft Teams could be fooled into thinking it’s a static image, and low and behold, after selecting the thumbnail, the GIF actually played in the background.
So if you have a MP4, just convert it to a GIF, because MP4s won’t work.
There is a default.php script in /usr/local/lsws/share/autoindex that simulates Apache’s auto index, which suffices for my needs, but if you don’t want to use the default, you could copy and edit default.php to create your own template.
Now, to enable and use this auto index, you have to adjust the index directive in your website’s virtual host configuration file: