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VPS stands for “Virtual Private Server” A VPS runs its own copy of an operating system (OS), and customers may have superuser-level access to that operating system instance, so they can install almost any software that runs on that OS (source: wikipedia) If you’ve been using low quality shared hosting for your WordPress sites … Continue reading “7 reasons why VPS hosting with Plesk is best choice for WordPress”
Why using origin push really matter? Most Amazon CloudFront tutorials for WordPress I came across focus on setting up WordPress with pull origin which means CloudFront will first go to the original server (your server) to pull the requested file like an image, css or js file, CloudFront will cache the file at their edge servers … Continue reading “How to setup WordPress with AWS CloudFront CDN origin push”
Are you taking advantage of the super fast caching capability of memcache? now available on all BUYHTTP shared, VPS and dedicated servers. Dynamic websites like Joomla and WordPress sometimes feels sluggish after installing a number of plugins or modules due to the number of database SQL queries generated by these plugins, so how do we fix … Continue reading “Memcache Installation for CentOS and cPanel”
Jul 1 2009
So you’ve decided you want to make a site with WordPress, that’s the easy part. How do you get traffic to it? The most obvious answers are SEO and link building, but both of those require lots of time to produce and visible results. The easy way is to let your visitors do the promotion … Continue reading “Increase Traffic to Your WordPress Site”
Jun 26 2009
Shortcodes allow you to show data simply by adding [shortcode] to your WordPress site. This article includes 9 very cool shortcodes you can add (it also shows the format for creating any of your own) and a list of already included shortcodes.
Jun 24 2009
SEO is a critical part of getting people to your site and these WordPress plugins help you acheive your goals quickly and easily. HeadSpace2 The most important on page factor in SEO today appears to be your title tag. HeadSpace2 allows you to easily control the layout of all title tags on your WordPress blog. … Continue reading “Essential WordPress SEO Plugins”
Jun 19 2009
We get asked regularly how to add Google Analytics tracking to WordPress sites. A quick search of the WordPress plugins directory shows about 60 results for “Google Analytics” so there are no shortage of ways to add it. The plugin we prefer to use is WP Google Analytics. With WP Google Analytics you can not … Continue reading “Adding Google Analytics to Your WordPress Site”
Jun 16 2009
There is a great plugin called WP Security Scan that will check several possible security issues on your WordPress installation, automatically fix some, and let you fix others.Â After installation there will be a new link in the wp-admin sidebar called Security. Click that and you’ll get your recommendations. Right now WP Security Scan covers: … Continue reading “Improve your WordPress Security in Under 1 Minute”
May 8 2009
WordPress on it’s own can get pretty resource intensive when you start getting traffic. Fortunately there are a couple of easy ways to vastly improve the speed of the site and reduce the resource needs. This is good for you, good for us and good for everyone you might share a server with.
Apr 7 2007
WordPress has released updates to both the 2.1 and 2.0 branches. These releases fix XSS and XML-RPC errors and are highly recommended.