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Secure Your WordPress Config File
Thursday, November 21st, 2013Tavis J. Hampton
ARTICLE WordPress is an extremely flexible and powerful content management system that many individuals and organizations rely on for blog hosting, news publications and many other types of websites. Its popularity also means that attackers may target your WordPress site using...
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5 WordPress Security Plugins
Wednesday, October 30th, 2013Tavis J. Hampton
ARTICLE WordPress plugins allow you to extend the functionality of your blog or other WordPress-powered website. Among the useful features you can add to your blog is heightened security. WordPress’ popularity and success also makes it a common target for cybercriminals,...
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How to Reduce WordPress Server Load
Thursday, October 10th, 2013Tavis J. Hampton
ARTICLE WordPress is a very powerful blogging and content management system, and some of the world’s top news sites depend on it. If you use WordPress for your blog, you may start to experience some lag when traffic starts to pick...
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Do You Need a VPS to Host Your Blog?
Tuesday, September 3rd, 2013Tavis J. Hampton
ARTICLE A virtual private server (VPS) is a great way to harness some of the power of a dedicated server without shelling out the cash to actually have your own. Virtualization is good for the providers and consumers because resources are...
How to Migrate Your WordPress Blog to a New Host
Wednesday, August 21st, 2013Tavis J. Hampton
ARTICLE Moving a website from one web host to another is not just a matter of copying files. If you are using a content management system for blog hosting, such as WordPress, should make sure your new host has the compatibility...
How to Optimize MySQL Databases for Blog Performance
Tuesday, July 16th, 2013Tavis J. Hampton
ARTICLE Much of your blog’s performance depends on the performance of your database server and the database itself. Although there are many tricks you can do to make your MySQL database more efficient, one of the easiest and most common ways...
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Deploy Multiple WordPress Blogs at Once
Monday, June 24th, 2013Tavis J. Hampton
ARTICLE If you have one blog, installing and launching WordPress is pretty straightforward. If you intend to launch a network of blogs, however, it can be tedious to have to install WordPress multiple times for a number of sites. Furthermore, once...
Thursday, May 16th, 2013Tavis J. Hampton
ARTICLE As your blog grows in popularity, you will undoubtedly be faced with the problem of increased traffic. You might ask: how on earth is that a problem? In terms of increased readers and possibly higher ad revenues, it is not,...
The Benefits of Server-Side Web App Upgrades
Wednesday, April 3rd, 2013Tavis J. Hampton
ARTICLE Most commercial and open source web applications are fairly easy to install. With a few permissions settings and database configurations, you can usually have even some of the more robust server-side scripts up and running for your blog hosting rather...
Evaluating Uptime for Blog Hosting
Wednesday, March 27th, 2013Tavis J. Hampton
ARTICLE One of the biggest selling points web hosting companies often advertise is their outstanding uptime. Many will even go as far as guaranteeing 99.9% uptime or some percentage close to it. The problem with these promises is that you will...
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