SiteGround, one of WordPress.org’s recommended hosting providers, has developed a new set of website management interfaces built with the specific needs of freelance developers and agencies in mind. Here is how to use the new tools and interfaces to streamline your client work and take on more projects.
Here at WPLift, we always recommend SiteGround for WordPress users because we find its blend of performance, features, support, and price to be hard to beat. We also put our money where our mouth is and host WPLift at SiteGround, so we’re not just after the affiliate commission. One thing I never loved about SiteGround, […]
Choosing Web Hosting is never an easy choice. At Crunchify, over last 9 years we have changed total 3 web hosting companies. Reasons and considerations you have to do before choosing best web hosting: Reasonable Price No Downtime / 99.99% availability Easy Domain management options Easy cPanel options Email Forwarder options File Management Utilities phpMyAdmin […]
Choosing Web Hosting Service is never an easy choice. At Crunchify, over last 9 years we have changed total 3 web hosting companies. Reasons and considerations you have to do before choosing best web hosting: Reasonable Price No Downtime / 99.99% availability Easy Domain management options Easy cPanel options Email Forwarder options File Management Utilities […]
In this post we take a look at companies offering managed WordPress hosting. These companies have in-house WordPress experts and have built their hosting system from the ground up to be tailored for the specific needs of a WordPress site.
Maybe you’re thinking about building a website, and you’re trying to determine which hosting company will best serve your needs. Perhaps you’ve already created one or more websites, and you’re considering a change in hosting services. As we compare two of the top contenders in the industry, SiteGround vs. Bluehost, we’ll dig deep into the […]
You can temporarily turn off Modsec filtering by adding a code snippet rule to your .htacces file, this can be helpful if you are triggering a number of rules which are false positives or you are unable to get the rules whitelisted whilst you do your development. Add into .htaccess <IfModule mod_security.c> SecFilterEngine Off SecFilterScanPOST […]
Howdy, folks. It was a quiet week in the WordPress world. No new plugin vulnerabilities, no major releases… But if you’ve ever felt that WordPress’ Dashicon selection was a little overly restrictive, you’re going to get a pleasant surprise in WordPress 5.2. Beyond that, we dig into 2 types of WordPress hosting: static WordPress Hosting […]
Heard of this thing called “static WordPress hosting”? Wondering whether going static is right for your site? Whether you have no idea what static WordPress hosting is or you already know the basics, this post will help fill in the details, as well as help you figure out whether or not static hosting is right […]
For the longest time, I’ve been fascinated with hosting WordPress on DigitalOcean by myself. I’ve seen people sharing pictures of how fast their tiny $5 per month Droplet was loading WordPress for billions of requests and I got those jealous pangs deep in my gut. But there was always a problem… I have no idea what […]