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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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3 Ways to Make Dynamic Pages Load Faster
Monday, March 18th, 2013Tavis J. Hampton
ARTICLE Dynamic websites are easier to manage and often more content driven than the old static websites from the early days of the web. With that dynamic nature, however, comes a greater amount of security risk and a greater need for...
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Using XML-RPC for Remote Blog Posting
Wednesday, February 27th, 2013Tavis J. Hampton
ARTICLE The most common procedure for posting to a blog is to access the blog’s backend page and log in directly within your web browser. You would then type or paste your content onto a web form, select categories, add tags,...
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Create a Multi-Tier Blog with WordPress Roles
Wednesday, December 26th, 2012Tavis J. Hampton
ARTICLE Often times when we think of blogs, we picture a single-user website with one author communicating with the rest of the world. While that is certainly an option, another option is to create a blog that has multiple users, multiple...
Dealing with High Traffic on a WordPress Blog
Wednesday, December 12th, 2012Tavis J. Hampton
ARTICLE High traffic on any website can be a problem, but it is a problem many of us would love to have. Therefore, rather than trying to rid yourself of the problem, you will need to learn to deal with it....
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Is Drupal a Good Choice for Blogging?
Wednesday, November 28th, 2012Tavis J. Hampton
ARTICLE Drupal is one of the most powerful and popular free and open source content management systems. Sites as small as single blogs and as large as the White House itself have used it for a wide variety of content management....
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5 Things To Improve Your SEO Ranking With WordPress
Tuesday, October 23rd, 2012THN News
ARTICLE (The Hosting News) – While a simple switch from an old domain to WordPress could immediately increase a website’s search engine ranking, there are other things that can be done to further boost your rank. Below are tips in boosting...
Using a Theme Framework for WordPress
Monday, October 15th, 2012Tavis J. Hampton
ARTICLE Web development is not always at the top of the list of web hosting industry topics, but there are plenty of instances where the type of development or design used on a site directly or indirectly affects its performance and...
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