How to Resolve 503 Error?

Maybe some of you ever experienced with this problem Actually, there may be 4 reasons for this error and we will also advise how to fix this problem on this article. So, keep reading! Reasons 503 Error 1. .NET CLR Version & Managed Pipeline Mode Once your .NET CLR version is not set correct, your website couldn’t work properly. Some web-hosting providers only provide 1 dedicated application pool for each hosting account in a shared

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8 Tips to Improve Security on Your Site

Sometimes the best methods to tackle any tasks are the simplest ones. You know that you need to keep your website safe from the bad guys, but once you venture down the rabbit hole of website vulnerabilities you will be faced with complex concepts and convoluted solutions. Still, there are basic best practices to follow for improving your website's security. Here are eight essential things that you can do to safeguard your website right now.

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Learn Advantages and Disadvantages Deploying a Hybrid Cloud

In today’s organizational sphere, the use of cloud environments has become more of a necessity. With more and more features and functionality of a cloud environment coming into this market, organizations are provided higher chances for the cloud environment to bear fruitful results in the coming days. There are three main cloud environments deployment options (shared, public & private); however, only the hybrid cloud infrastructure provides one such platform which combines it all. What is

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How to Use Stripe Payments Plugin on Your WordPress Site

In this tutorial I am going to show you how you can customize the payment button styles of the Stripe Payments plugin. You can customize your button styling using “class” parameter of the shortcode. If it’s omitted, your button will retain the default style provided by Stripe: If you put an empty value (e.g. class=””), your button will use your theme’s default button look. This is how it would look like if you’re using Twenty Sixteen

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Slow Website can Kill Your Business!

A sluggish or unresponsive website might be a "first world problem" — but it's one that web users take very seriously. If your company relies on online commerce, speed and reliability are absolutely imperative — a slightly slower load time can result in customers taking their business elsewhere, never to return. This infographic looks at the different ways a slow website can burn a hole in your pocket. When an online business starts to lose

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4 Steps to Find Correct Hosting Provider

When it comes to investing in your online presence, most business owners tend to think about everything else but web hosting. They focus on design, paid traffic, content monetization – basically everything else instead of a solid foundation for their website. Choosing a reputable website hosting company for your brand is the beginning to attracting more subscribers. The goal is to provide them with the best experience possible, and to rank higher in the search engines.

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9 Simple Tips to Reduce Your Monthly Bandwith

There are many reasons by which you can face website downtime. May be due to the host server’s condition (for example, if it’s a shared server, the other web sites running on the same server will definitely slow things down) or your website configuration or maybe due to your code. It’s essential to play safe. There are few thing you need to keep in mind before exploring these tips that many times it’s possible that

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7 Tips to Secure Your Site from Hackers

Making your website live is like unlocking the door to your premises with your office and safe open: Most of the people who visit your physical building will never even know that all of your data is there to discover just by walking in. Occasionally you will find someone with malicious intent who will walk in and steal your data. That is why you have locks on doors and safes. Your website is just the

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Beware Hacker Everywhere! Are You Secure?

Vulnerabilities and Credit Card Theft is the Norm According to Forbes, 1 in 20 Americans have been victims of identity theft. Stolen credit card information is not news to the average consumer, and major banks have implemented credit card fraud departments in order to mitigate damages. Numerous Americans are fairly comfortable with addressing fraudulent charges on credit cards after information has been stolen by hackers, such as the fiasco in which sensitive credit card data was stolen

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5 Important Things for Your Ecommerce Website Development

If you are engaged in e-commerce, then a vital part of starting your business is website development. Website development has a major role to play in the success of your e-commerce business so you should really give a lot of effort to it. There are lots of elements that comprise website development and you should be able to understand each in order for your e-commerce site to work in your favor. Here are 5 of

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