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How To Secure Your Linux Server

How To Secure Your Linux Server

Linux is still a mystery to most Windows and Mac OS users. But to those who have taken the time to use and understand Linux, they have experienced one of the most enjoyable operating systems out there. Often finding themselves never wanting to return to their former operating systems. While the operating system of Linux …

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Here are the top 5 web design techniques for 2019

Here are the top 5 web design techniques for 2019

Keeping up to date with web design trends is significant to the success of any site, you design as a developer. Every year, website designs changes. Each year, out of sheer boredom or a desire to see something new and exciting, web developers, draw up new templates. While the design, has moved from blocks and …

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DNS Flag Day 2019: What You Need To Know

DNS Flag Day 2019: What You Need To Know

On February 1st, 2019, DNS Flag Day is happening. This change could have an effect on all of your websites if you are using a DNS that is out of date and not compliant with modern standards. The current DNS system, updated almost 20 years ago, is still currently slow and inefficient just to accomodate …

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5 Best Email Marketing Plugins For Business In 2019

5 Best Email Marketing Plugins For Business In 2019

WordPress has many plugins to help you in your business. But as a business person, you may not have time to sample and go through all of them. If you tried, you might end up crashing your website. When it comes to plugins, you should only activate the ones you need to use, and deactivate …

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Tips To Plan For Success In Your First Year Of Business

Tips To Plan For Success In Your First Year Of Business

If you are starting a new business and planning to be successful in the first year of business, it is important to have realistic expectations. You may get lucky enough to have another company, possibly a major corporation buy your business in your first year, but for most, there is a lot of hard work …

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Tips For Improving Web Design With WordPress

Tips For Improving Web Design With WordPress

The look of your website is foundation for everything about your company. The first few seconds of visiting a website are the most memorable and important for an everlasting connection. When you first meet someone for the first time, that is usually your only time to make a good impression and the same can be …

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RunCloud Now Supports PHP 7.3

RunCloud Now Supports PHP 7.3

Good news everybody! RunCloud now supports the newly-released PHP 7.3 version. But before that, you need to make sure that the RunCloud agent is updated to 2.1.6 in order to be able to deploy PHP 7.3 to your servers. Head to your RunCloud server dashboard and look for the server Summary details.  Agent version updated …

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PHP authentication with OAuth/SAML/OpenID, explore which solution to use and when.

PHP authentication with OAuth/SAML/OpenID, explore which solution to use and when.

Nowadays, across the web, it is common practice for websites to allow users the choice to login in to applications using their existing Facebook, Google, or Twitter accounts, instead of registering a new account. This authentication method utilizes a Federated Identity, and has been gaining popularity due to the fact that users simply do not …

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Looking for an alternative to phpMyAdmin? Look no further…

Looking for an alternative to phpMyAdmin? Look no further…

Most small to medium-sized web sites and web applications use MySQL as the database of choice for back-end storage. In fact, many of the world’s largest and fastest-growing organizations, including Facebook, Google, and Adobe rely on the stability and maturity of MySQL to power their high-volume web sites, business-critical systems and packaged Software as a …

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Retrieve your root password and other invaluable MySQL commands.

Retrieve your root password and other invaluable MySQL commands.

RunCloud uses MariaDB, an enhanced drop-in replacement for MySQL, as a database. MariaDB is a community-driven package by the original developers of MySQL, with the promise of future compatibility, hence, terminal commands and software tools for MySQL database can be used for MariaDB as well. On RunCloud, there are a few ways to manage your …

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