Category: Server Administration
Kinsta vs. WPEngine: An Honest Review
How to Migrate a WordPress Site Without Crying
A major advantage of WordPress over other website solutions is that you can migrate a WordPress site. Unlike solutions such as Squarespace and Wix, WordPress sites can be freely migrated from one hosting environment to another, without your ever being locked into a specific provider.
How to Migrate your Site with All-in-One WP Migration
Migrating WordPress sites is a common and annoying task. Whether that’s between two different remote web servers, between a development server and production, or from production to local, there are lots of directions your WordPress site migration might flow. All-in-One WP Migration remains the tool of choice for us at WPShout most of the time. It’s certainly one of the best free ways to move a WordPress site.
5 Best Non-EIG Hosting Companies, and Why They’re Better
If you’re searching for hosting for your website, it’s tough to avoid EIG web hosting.
How to Disable File Editing in the Admin Area of WordPress
In this text and video Quick Guide, we describe how to disable all kinds of file editing within the WordPress admin area (also known as wp-admin).
Understanding “Server-Side” and “Client-Side” in WordPress
This article explains “server-side vs. client side” in WordPress development. This distinction, and how the server side and client side interact, is at the core of not only WordPress development, but of any real understanding of how the web works.
SiteGround vs. Kinsta: Choosing Between the Two Best WordPress Hosts
Kinsta and SiteGround are the two best hosts in WordPress. They’re also very different. Which one’s right for you? We’ll make it easy:
The Best WordPress Hosting in 2020: An Honest Guide
Looking for the best WordPress hosting for 2020? We’ve analyzed thousands of unbiased WordPress hosting reviews from real users, to bring you the up-to-date, definitive list of the best WordPress hosts—and the hosts to stay away from.
Prevent Brute Force Attacks in WordPress with the Limit Login Attempts Plugin
If you’re interested in securing your WordPress site (and you should be!), then Limit Login Attempts is a small, efficient, perfect plugin. It does one single thing—prevent brute force attacks against your WordPress site—and does it well.
Finding the Best WordPress Hosting of 2019: An Honest Guide
Want to know who’s the best WordPress hosting in 2019? Let’s get straight to it. (And note: We’ve also published our 2020 WordPress hosting ranking if you want to see that data as well.)