If you are afraid of committing a lot of money upfront on hosting without using the service, here’s a good news for you. There are some WordPress hosting services that let you try their services for free. You don’t have to pay any money during the trial period. Some of them ask you to pay […]
Great software should work with little configuration and setup. WordPress is designed to get you up and running and fully functional in no longer than five minutes. – WordPress Philosophy I personally strive for simplicity, hate wasting time and want nothing less than what I have been promised. That is exactly what the company I […]
Once you’ve made your mind to start a blog or website using WordPress, you know that you will need a domain name and web hosting space. While domain name needs to be registered on a yearly basis, you can buy WordPress hosting on a monthly basis. There are several advantages of going with a monthly […]
Every newbie has a lot of confusions while choosing a web hosting services for their first blog. Many of them are unable to afford costly web hosting and look for a good as well as a cheaper web hosting service. And when it comes to cheaper web hosting, shared web hosting is the best.
Web hosting for WordPress has undergone a number of changes or improvements over the years. These changes, of course, have been mostly based on the changes in the WordPress content management system and the growing needs of WordPress sites.
WP Beaches ~ Using a combination of ServerPilot and a Vultr server instance is a great solution for a Piwik server for tracking analytics. After setting up the initial Piwik install here is how you can set up the GeoIP location module set up to enable you to view visitor results from City and Country […]
WP Beaches ~ ServerPilot comes with a default firewall enabled when you connect to a droplet instance such as from Vultr or Digital Ocean, the only option you have from the ServerPilot control panel is to toggle if on or off. The actual firewall used is called UFW (uncomplicated firewall) which is a simplistic wrapper over […]
Gone are the days when running a blog was just about writing stuff and posting pictures. While blogging mostly still involves sharing personal stories, it has also become a big way for brands and businesses to engage with audiences. Thus, for small businesses, solopreneurs or freelancers working on a self-hosted blog with your own domain, […]
You’ve probably heard of WPEngine and Flywheel, two of the more popular managed WordPress hosting companies. (And there are bunches of others, too.) But you might not be familiar with Cloudways, a managed hosting company (though not specifically just managed WordPress). Cloudways does offers a lot for WordPress users, though. Many of their hosting options […]
WP Beaches ~ This guide looks at adding Cloudflare to a set up of ServerPilot and fail2ban with a WordPress jail set up. Once you start using Cloudflare as a CDN solution for your hosting, you are adding another firewall into the equation, albeit a very good one, but you may want to pass your […]