Google hates websites that takes over 200 ms to load. The end result? A huge drop in your page rank and visitors abandoning your websites.
How to speed up your website?
If you notice website slowness, act quickly before Google acts. Here’s our tried-and-tested 10 point checklist to speed up your website in no time. (more…)
Managing a website can be hard. To keep your site business ready, you need to routinely optimize the databases, replace bulky plugins, renew SSL certificates, upgrade software, optimize pages for SEO, and more.
That’s quite a lot of work, considering you still need to update your pages, product list and features to keep your site user friendly. But where do you get the time for all this when you have a business to run? That is why you need a dedicated expert to maintain your website.
Which leads us to the question : How do you choose a reliable website support company for your business? (more…)
At Bobcares, we often deal with account migrations for web hosts, in our role as Outsourced Tech Support engineers. A common concern users have during such migrations is a way to verify their websites before they go live.
Today, we’ll discuss about how to temporarily access websites in two ways – Using cPanel temporary URL and local DNS hosts file – and our recommendations regarding the two options. (more…)
SSL certificate renewals can be messy.
The PEM files won’t work, Nginx cannot find the cert, and the green light won’t turn on no matter what you do.
You are not alone. (more…)
At the last count, more than 235,000 websites use Magento. It is by far the most popular eCommerce platform, primarily because it is feature rich and flexible. However, many Magento site owners grapple with poor page loading speeds. It leads to lost sales. However, with a proper knowledge of admin panel settings, Magento sites can be configured to load fast.
WordPress is the most widely used CMS for websites. Sending out mails from WordPress is required in scenarios such as contact form submissions or password resets.
‘SMTP connect() failed‘ is a commonly encountered error in WordPress, due to which emails fail to be send from your WordPress site.
[Fri Jul 15 16:03:06 2016] [error] [client 91.***.**.**] ModSecurity: Access denied with code 403, [Rule:'ARGS|!ARGS:/page_content/|!ARGS:file|
This is a common error faced by web hosts, website owners and server owners. It means that the mod-security rules in the web server are blocking access to the users who try to access any URL in their site. (more…)
“500 Internal Server Error” or plain “Internal Server Error” is common in Prestashop installations.
As a Server Administration Service provider, we’ve seen a wide range of reasons for this error in Nginx servers, Apache, IIS, LiteSpeed and more.
It can range from Memory limits and File permission issues to obscrure Deadlock errors and Cache issues. (more…)
In the world of eCommerce, security is paramount. Fear of fraud continues to keep millions of consumers from shopping online. SSL Certificates give you an easy, cost-effective way to protect your visitors and earn their trust. (more…)
On March 28th, Drupal disclosed a Highly Critical vulnerability in Drupal core (CVE-2018-7600) that was dubbed Drupalgeddon 2 (Drupalgeddon 1 happened in 2014)
Drupal version 7.x and 8.5.x was affected by this vulnerability, and allowed remote attackers to infect the site with malicious code.