Category: Server Administration
6 Best Enterprise WordPress Hosting Providers Compared
Looking for the best enterprise WordPress hosting? Enterprises have unique needs when it comes to performance, security, reliability, and so on, so you might not want to go with the same WordPress hosting plans that are built for smaller organizations.
Error Establishing a Database Connection: WordPress Error Fix
Trying to fix the Error Establishing a Database Connection WordPress error message on your website?
Hostinger Review: Is This Web Host Worth It in 2024?
Hostinger may not be one of the most popular web hosts (yet), but that doesn’t mean it’s any less powerful than its competitors. In this Hostinger review, I’ll take an in-depth look at this web hosting company to help you decide if it’s right for you.
SiteGround Review: Is It the Bust Budget WordPress Host?
SiteGround is primarily known for its affordable, entry-level plans. It’s a popular choice among bloggers and new website owners. However, as a developer, you have unique needs. So, you may be looking for a SiteGround review that focuses on this provider’s more advanced features.
502 Bad Gateway: WordPress Error Explained and Fixed
Looking for a way to fix the 502 bad gateway WordPress error? 🐞
How to Migrate Your Site With All-in-One WP Migration (2023)
There are times when you might need to migrate your WordPress site. For instance, you might want to move your local site to a live server, or switch to a new web host. In these cases and more, it’s helpful to have a tool like the All-in-One WP Migration plugin.
How Much Traffic Can WordPress Handle?
Are you starting or scaling a WordPress site and wondering how much traffic can WordPress handle? 📈
How to Stop a DDoS Attack
Uptime is a primary concern for both front- and back-end developers, but it’s crucial for all sorts of server-side admins, too. Unfortunately, one of the most effective ways for bad actors to ruin your site is to take it down using a Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack and reduce its uptime. As such, most of you who work with websites will want to know how to stop a DDoS attack, or at least mitigate it.