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How To Secure Your WordPress Blog – Part 2

Experts believe that the best way to secure your WordPress installation is by writing your own codes and not with the use of off-the-shelf codes, known as plugins. While this may be true, not many possess the skills of writing codes for WordPress. Chances are, you may even be barely

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How To Secure Your WordPress Blog – Part 1

WordPress is an open source and free blogging software. Two variants abound; are blogs hosted by the company that gave us WordPress, Auttomatic. Recommended to beginners with little knowledge of what goes on behind the scene of this blogging platform. Features – is the safer way to

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21st May 2012 – Status Update Dear All, It may be a little early for this post since at this time, our web hosting provider are still investigating and looking into exactly what happened, and why, and are yet to report back to us. But here is what we know

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Administer Your Server On The Move

In our fast paced world, it does make sense for you to have access to your server while away from your desk and on those few occassions when having a tablet with you might be a little awkward, access from your phone might be your best option. Padersync is the

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Free Web Hosting (Revisited)

Our first attempt at giving out FREE web hosting to the general public met with a lot of success. A lot of nice people came on board and had a feel of what hosting was all about without having to pay a dime. Likewise, a number of not-so-nice people also

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VPS – The First Steps

A VPS Web server acts as a stand-alone server, complete with its own users, IP addresses, memory, root access, and configuration files. The size of these virtual servers can be adjusted much more easily than physical servers, making them a versatile asset for anyone using them.Basically, you pay for resources

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VPS Control Panels

Granted, there is only a very slight chance that you will be able to avoid having to stare into the bottomless pit that is the CLI (command line interface) while administering your server, however, you can limit these scary encounters to a minimum by installing a GUI (Graphical User Interface),

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Virtual Private Servers (VPS)

For a while now, I have toyed with the idea of moving away from the harrowing experience called SHARED WEB HOSTING. Perhaps the major restraint I have had is the cost factor. While the term “Shared Hosting” may sound strange to some, the fact is, if you own a website,

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What You Need to Know About SOPA

The Internet is in an uproar over the Stop Online Piracy Act. The battles lines are drawn. Big Media (the record labels, movie studios and TV networks) support the bill while Big Tech (search engines, open source platforms, social networks) oppose it. The bill, introduced to Congress by Representative Lamar

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Improve The Bounce Rate Of Your Blog

Poor bounce rates on a website is one of the easiest ways to bleed pageviews and while sometimes you can’t help it when users leave your site after a quick read there are some “best practices” you can implement in your writing and throughout your sites structure to ensure your

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