Many web hosts now guarantee 99.9% uptime for their services, but that still allows up to 8.7 hours of downtime a year.
That is not a risk many companies can afford to take. For eg. Sports news websites that fail right in the middle of a superbowl may lose their loyal followers. (more…)
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.
WordPress customization and plugin development is a common task we perform in our custom software development services. A typical WordPress development workflow starts with setting up development environment to uploading the bug-free code to the live website.
The WordPress environment that we setup, can vary with each project requirement. The version, features, plugins, web applications, content, etc. would change depending on the business. (more…)
WordPress takes security very seriously. WordPress releases “minor” revisions regularly to address even vulnerabilities reported just hours before. Latest WordPress websites have automatic background updates to prevent any possible exploits.
Even with such a proactive approach towards security, news vines are flush with reports of WordPress sites affected with one vulnerability or another. So, what’s the deal here? How can you ensure a secure WordPress hosting for your customers?
In our role as Outsourced hosting support specialists for web hosts, our key priority is to help them provide a secure hosting environment for WordPress sites, which enables them to retain their customers better.
A quick look at Google Trends will show you that WordPress hosting is hot, and is getting hotter by the day. Almost all major web hosting providers now offer specialized WordPress hosting plans, and there are web hosts who focus exclusively on WordPress hosting.
In our role as Outsourced hosting support specialists for web hosts, our key priority is to help our customers provide the best managed WordPress hosting for websites, which enables them to be the industry-best WordPress hosting providers. (more…)
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…)
WordPress themes give a personality to your website, based on the business you host. Modifying the look and feel of your WordPress site is often required for website owners.
At the same time, you can’t help worrying if a theme change would end up breaking your site. Some themes may not be compatible with your site, causing the site to be slow or end up with broken links.
WordPress is the most commonly used CMS for websites, and ensuring its security is a crucial aspect. Password resets are commonly required in WordPress sites when you forget the admin password or due to security reasons.
While WordPress provide options to easily reset admin password from the Dashboard, there maybe situations where you need to do it from the back-end. (more…)
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…)
WordPress is the most commonly used CMS for websites. It is based on PHP and the website data is stored in a MySQL database, the details of which are mentioned in the configuration file.
As the information is stored in a MySQL database, it is common to encounter database-related errors during installation, migration, upgrade or occasional browsing of the WP site.