Tag: via

WordPress® Auto-Updates: Should You Use Them?

Open Source projects just like WordPress have empowered more than a billion people in order to have an online profile. One factor that plagues the Open Source community is hackers. The nature of Open Source

blank

How To Use A Remote MySQL® Database With cPanel

Typically the MySQL database server is actually a core component connected with millions of content control systems and ecommerce software. It provides the safe and sound and reliable data storage area and retrieval that helps

blank

How To Install and Configure ModSecurity™ In cPanel

Automated confrontation bots bombard web programs with malicious requests as soon they go on-line. Attackers target every site and ecommerce store at some point, hoping to find some vulnerability they can exploit to inject code,

blank

Memcached PHP Applications for Faster Web Apps

Caching is some sort of indispensable feature of most affordable application hosting and swift, low-latency user experiences. In-memory caching is one connected with the most widely put to use techniques, and Memcached’s in-memory caching capabilities

blank

Dealing with Zoom Fatigue and Burn Out in 2020

We have all experienced the effects of mental fatigue after a long work week, and feelings of burnout near the end of a large scale project. 2020 has only amplified these effects with daily Zoom

blank

Disk IO Errors: Troubleshooting on Linux Servers

Disk IO errors  (input/output) issues are a common cause of poor performance on web hosting servers. Hard drives have speed limits, and if software tries to read or write too much data too quickly, applications

blank

Navigating the Murky Waters of Web Accessibility and Compliance

Small side note. For those looking for the official and extensive resource on web accessibility standards then I would recommend reading the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) which is the global standard for web accessibility and is also

blank