Say NO to WordPress SPAM!

Unfortunately, comment spam is a fact of life on the internet. If you enable comments on your website, you will have to deal with spammers. To prevent your site from making a poor first impression, you’ll need to find a way to stop comment spam in its tracks. While you may never be able to eliminate spam entirely, you can do a lot to slow it down. For WordPress users, there are plenty of simple tweaks you

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5 Things to Do When Your Site Infected by Malware

Getting malware on your website can be a real problem and it’s important you know how to deal with it quickly and efficiently to prevent future infections. Here are five steps you need to take if you suspect that your site has a malware infection. 1. Make Sure it’s Malware If you suspect that your website has malware, visit Google’s malware detection site to make sure. Once you’ve confirmed that it is indeed malware, proceed to step

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How to Use HTTPS on Your Site?

In previous article, we have informed you the important of SSL certificate. Now, in this article, we will describe how to get HTTPS and SSL to your site. Internet technology moves rapidly and as the website owner, you must follow this change. Whether you like it or not, you must follow the change. If you stay with an old HTTP site, your site will soon be labelled by most browsers as being an insecure website. In

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Mobile Friendly Affects Your Google Rank. How?

Google has been talking about their mobile-first indexing over the past year. There has been a lot of buzz around it as it is easily Google’s current most significant change. They have set out to make the world more mobile-friendly and reflect their technologies upon user behavior trends. It means that Google will soon look at the web from a completely mobile-first perspective. It will still rank desktop sites with justice, but their rankings will

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Password Management Sites. Is it Safe?

As our everyday lives become more digital, passwords are becoming essential—and as passwords become ever more important, more and more password management tools have appeared to help you keep track of them. But can online password management sites really keep all of your most important data safe or are they just one more way to expose yourself to identity theft and digital attacks? Password Problems Just about everyone has heard the tips for creating a good

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Why HTTPS is so IMPORTANT to Your Site?

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If you’re anything like me, there’s been a time in your life when you’ve asked, “What the heck is https?” What’s that extra “s” for? Well, it turns out that the “s” stands for “SSL,” which stands for Secure Sockets Layer -- the technology that encrypts your connection to a website, so that hackers can't intercept any of your data. The ‘S’ after HTTP stands for ‘secure’. This means this sensitive data is encrypted, making

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How to Increase Your PHP Memory Limit?

Sometimes while in development or production, we find that our software uses more memory than we ever expected. To keep things under control, PHP has default memory limits to avoid some runaway program from crashing your box. Luckily, it is extremely easy to change how much RAM we allocate toward a single PHP script. We can even let PHP use an infinite (or all that’s available, to be more precise) amount of memory. Really, there

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3 Reasons to Use Windows Hosting

There are many reasons you might pick a Windows-based server package. One of the most straightforward reasons someone might choose Windows is that Windows Server offers an excellent GUI. The GUI makes it easy for novice system admins to accomplish simple tasks quickly. Essential functions in Linux need to be done on the command line unless a GUI such a GNOME is installed which removes some of the resource/speed advantage running Linux gives you in

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Beware with FREE Hosting. Why?

In today’s economy, every business needs a website, and every website needs to be hosted somewhere. Web hosting is one of the most important parts of owning a business website, just like having a building to work in is one of the most important parts of owning a physical store. A wide variety of services offer the promise of free web hosting, but sometimes these can have unforeseen issues. Although the bottom line is important

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6 Benefits Using Managed Hosting

Definition about Managed Hosting Simply, managed hosting services minimize the amount of hands-on IT work that needs to be performed to keep a server running at peak performance. The hosting company will handle the hardware while you focus on your software. Don’t have the knowledge, staff, or time to manage a web server? Sign up for managed web hosting. Managed hosting used to be somewhat synonymous with dedicated hosting. Larger companies that can afford dedicated hosting decide if

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