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Jul, 19

When browsing the internet, the go-to tool is a search engine. It works wonders, you just enter a keyword(s) and in a matter of milliseconds you will see millions of related results. This enormous database of results is ever-changing, with thousands of new webpages and websites being added and removed on a daily basis. With more than 1.8 billion active domains and trillions of webpages, it is mathematically impossible to sort through them manually. That is when search engines enlist the help of web crawlers, a.k.a. web spiders. They are computer programs that scour the web,...

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Jul, 19

Nowadays, search engines are the go-to tool when internet users want to find new information on the internet. Having your website rank highly in a search engine is one of, if not the best way to increase your visitor numbers. These search engines use bots called web crawlers (a.k.a. web spiders) to scour your sites for links and content. These crawlers then index your site’s content which allows your pages to show up on the search engines’ SERP (i.e. Search Engine Result Page) pages. A robots.txt file, also known as Robots Exclusion Protocol, is a text file which is placed into...

What is Bandwidth? In web hosting, bandwidth is usually described in terms of data transmission volume over time. Data can be email, web, sound files, images or any other content that visitors consume as well as all the content you upload or send. Depending on companies, it may either be measured in gigabytes per month, gigabytes per week or gigabytes per day. In most web hosting companies, bandwidth is measured in terms of months, thus it is also known as monthly data transfer.   Why should you be concerned about bandwidth? If you own or manage a website, it is important that you...

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Jun, 19

 With the current hectic lives people lead, there is nearly no extra time in many individuals’ schedules to wait for a slow website to load. We are impatient by nature, and simply waiting in situations where it could be avoided is a major cause of frustration. Having new users frustrated with a slow site is not a good impression and could lead to as much as 40% of them simply leaving and choosing to use your competitors’ sites instead. As a rule of thumb, you should be aiming for 3-5 second load times on your pages.    Google has been using site speed as a ranking...

CentOS Web Panel (CWP) is a free web hosting control panel that offers easy management of multiple servers (both Dedicated and VPS) without the need to access the server through SSH for every small task that you need to complete. It is a feature rich control panel, which comes with a high number of options and features for quick server management. To install CentOS Web Panel, your system must have a minimum of 512MB RAM for 32bit Server and 1024MB RAM for 64-bit Server. How to Install CWP on CentOS6  You need to update your server to the latest version and install wget...

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Jun, 19

What is JetBackup?

What is JetBackup? JetBackup is a leading backup solution for cPanel which allows you to backup your cPanel account quickly and efficiently through cPanel Remote or local incremental backups. This includes full account backups, files, emails, DNS zone, cronjobs, databases, and SSL certificates. Jet Backup also allows you to create account filters to include/exclude accounts by disk space, resellers, cPanel packages, etc. All of these features are wrapped up in an easily-navigatable user-friendly GUI. MonoVM has recently switched to JetBackup for its primary backup solution. What are some...

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Jun, 19

TinyMCE (i.e. Tiny Moxiecode Content Editor) is one of the most commonly used plugins for WordPress. It allows you to write, edit and format text on your website. You can also insert media using the “Add Media” button, which opens the WordPress Media Library where you can upload files or select previously uploaded ones. The file’s title, caption, alt text and description can also be added and edited. While TinyMCE is great for building modern content creation experiences, in order to unlock its full potential, we suggest using TinyMCE Advanced. This plugin will let you...

The WordPress Heartbeat API is a great feature that provides real-time communication between the server and the browser when you are logged into your WordPress admin panel. It uses the file /wp-admin/admin-ajax.php to run AJAX calls from the browser. By default, AJAX requests are sent every 15 seconds on post edit pages, and every 60 seconds on the dashboard. This is indeed helpful, however, if you leave your WordPress admin open for long periods (for example when you write or edit posts), the AJAX requests from the API can pile up and generate high CPU usage, leading to server performance...

Have you ever wanted to re-arrange or remove items from your WordPress admin menu? Maybe hide the admin menu for specific users? Or even add a custom admin menu in your WordPress dashboard? All these tweaks allow you to customize your admin panel based on your and your business' needs and help you to be more efficient when managing your site. Thanks to the availability of WordPress plugins, such customizations can be done without manually editing even one line of code. One plugin we recommend for this task is “Admin Menu Editor”. Throughout this article, we will show you how to...

Disable WordPress Plugin and Theme Editor It’s not too difficult to make a strong case for disabling access to the theme and plugin editors that are easily accessible from within the WordPress admin dashboard. While having access to the editors can be incredibly convenient at times, they also pose some significant security risks. Not to mention what might happen if someone inadvertently makes changes to a file. If a hacker gains access to your WordPress blog dashboard, they could easily edit the files as they see fit, potentially executing malicious code. The result can be...