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Tips For Speeding Up Your WordPress Site

WordPress is an excellent place to start if you are planning to build a website. Small businesses use WordPress. Big, international companies, news agencies, government departments, and individuals writing blogs for an audience of 300 people each month also use WordPress. WordPress is flexible. There are managed hosting plans and plans where the individual manages... Read More »

NGINX: Balancing The Load

NGINX, started in 2002, powers about 50% of the busiest websites in the world. NGINX is open source. Like WordPress, a community of code writers build and change it while a community of people who use but don’t understand the net have access to the tools NGINX produces. Igor Sysoev established NGINX more than ten... Read More »

Do You Need A Content Delivery Network (CDN)?

What is a Content Delivery Network? Do you need one? What are the pros and cons? This is a high-tech topic involving a lot of technical language pertaining to web hosting but we will try to keep jargon to a minimum in this article. Here is what you need to know. CDN or Content Delivery... Read More »

What Is The CDNJS Library?

CDNJS or Content Delivery Network for JavaScript is a CloudFlare library. JavaScript code operates from so many websites; thousands of them. Every time you download something from a site that uses JavaScript, your computer downloads a copy of JavaScript too, which seems redundant, but you don’t think about it. Using a separate system to manage... Read More »

Edge Servers and a Content Delivery Network

A Content Delivery Network or CDN uses Edge Servers or Nodes to store and distribute information around the world-wide web. This is an alternative to traditional servers which possesses many benefits over the technology consumers recognize best. Who are Edge Servers for and what are those benefits? Who Is the Edge for? Without getting technical... Read More »

Laravel For Open Source PHP Framework

PHP stands for a Hypertext Preprocessor. Hypertext is software connecting on-screen to graphics that relate to them. A Preprocessor adjusts information in a program so it works with another program. PHP, basically, makes website building more user-friendly and less frustrating than was previously the case. Laravel hopes to make web development even more of a... Read More »

DDoS Attacks And How To Stop Them

DDoS stands for Distributed Denial of Service and represents a means of attacking a network for any one of several reasons. A hacker could be fooling around to find out what he is capable of. He might be engaged in this crime in order to extort money from a company or as an act of... Read More »

Static vs. Dynamic Content

When deciding between web hosting services, it’s helpful to assess the nature of one’s website. Is it a largely static site or mostly dynamic? Most sites are not strictly one or the other; they usually blend the two, but some are more dynamic than others. Static Content This is content that does not change when... Read More »

Ruby On Rails Web Applications

It’s possible to build a web application even if you think this is too hard for you. Is a good idea swimming around in your mind? Take it from Ruby on Rails; it’s not as hard as you think with a supportive community behind you. Build the applications you have been dreaming up with their... Read More »

Try MaxCDN For A Secure Content Delivery Network

CDN or Content Delivery Network is relatively new to the web hosting world; a novel way of delivering internet content from Edge Servers, also known as “nodes,” located around the globe. While some web hosts have been offering it for a long time, most consumers haven’t caught on. A CDN makes content delivery faster and... Read More »