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    How To Host Multiple WordPress website

    Given our experience using WordPress, we have perfected a reliable, secure, and scalable cloud that allows WordPress website of all sizes have the availability that they need for their target audience. From small mom and pop websites to large 30,000 unique visitors a day websites, we host almost every type of customer you can imagine. […] More

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    An Introduction To Web Host Manager (WHM)

    Web Host Manager If you’ve ever purchased web hosting in the past, it’s likely you’re already familiar with cPanel.  This is one of the most-widely used web-based control panels in the hosting industry today.  Companies that don’t use this often find themselves at a tremendous disadvantage as a lot of customers are already familiar with […] More

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    security vulnerability detected- WordPress SEO by Yoast

    One of the most popular WordPress plugins is having critical security vulnerability making every WordPress website using the plugin potentially insecure. The vulnerability in WordPress SEO by Yoast has been discovered by the developer of the WordPress vulnerability scanner “WPScan” – Ryan Dewhurst. It has been marked as critical because every website using the plugin […] More

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    Free Blogging Platform vs. Self hosted Blog

    If you are a blogger, you have most probably wondered whether to choose a free or a self hosted blog platform. Being in the web hosting industry for several years now, we have noticed that many new bloggers are running into that question and decided to explain in short why hosting your blog on a […] More

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    Domain Name Server (DNS) Configuration and Administration

    At my place of employment, we are using Linux as a Domain Name Server(DNS). It performs exceptionally well. This section will address configuration of Domain Name Server(DNS) tables for these services using the BIND 8.x package which comes standard with the Red Hat distribution. Note: Note: Red Hat versions 5.1 and earlier used the BIND […] More

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    Using the Red Hat Package Manager (RPM)

    Red Hat Package Manager: The Red Hat distribution of Linux, including kernel, libraries, and applications are provided as RPM files. An RPM file, also known as a “package” is a way of distributing software so that it can be easily installed, upgraded, queried, and deleted. RPM files contain information on the package’s name, version, other […] More

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