WordPress hosting is a widely emerging market in web hosting industry now. As the competition gets tougher, hosting companies strive to provide the best hosting services, in order to grab more customer base.
Every website owner would require his site to load within 2 seconds, which makes them opt for a reliable and high-speed hosting provider who can deliver that service at affordable pricing.
In our role as Outsourced hosting support specialists for web hosts, our key priority is to help our customers provide the fastest hosting for WordPress sites, which enables them to be the industry-best WordPress hosting providers. (more…)
In WordPress websites, one of the commonly encountered errors is related to the memory size limit. As WordPress is based on PHP, the maximum memory that can be allotted to WordPress depends on the PHP memory limit in the server.
When enough memory is not available for WordPress, the error that shows in the website or log file would be – “Fatal error: Allowed memory size of XX bytes exhausted (tried to allocate XX bytes) in /directory/filename.php on line XX”.
Based on whether the PHP is configured to display errors or not, the symptoms of this memory error would be either a blank page in your WordPress website or error notices displayed in the log file.
Many often you may find yourself in a scenario where you need to switch or copy your website from one server to another – for testing purposes, changing your service provider or for a server upgrade.
Data loss and website downtime are the two major hurdles involved in website migrations. A successful migration plan should have a fool-proof way to tackle these complications.
The hectic migration tasks involved, the post-migration hiccups and the risks of data loss or downtime may often dissuade website owners or server owners from performing the move. (more…)
With WordPress powering 61% of CMS based websites, it has become a lucrative target for hackers. Google blacklisting for phishing and email blacklisting for spamming is quite common in WordPress hosting. A well maintained WordPress site is immune to hacking, but in shared hosting, the majority of such websites will be un-patched, and vulnerable to hacking.
Through a few simple strategies, it is possible to make WordPress immune to hacking. Here’s a quick check list on how server management services prevented WordPress hacking in cPanel/WHM servers.