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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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How to Create WordPress Multisite Network on RunCloud

How to Create WordPress Multisite Network on RunCloud

In this WordPress tutorial, you will learn how to create create your own network of WordPress sites using WordPress Multisite feature. What is WordPress Multisite? WordPress Multisite is a feature that allows multiple sites to share a single WordPress installation, thus forms a network of sites. Sites of the same multisite network can share plugins …

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Run Multiple WordPress Sites On The CLOUD with RunCloud

Run Multiple WordPress Sites On The CLOUD with RunCloud

WordPress or better known as WP in short amongst its peers, power 30% of websites around the globe and it is the go-to Content Management System (CMS) technologies in the world today! That 30% equates to around 27 Million websites on the entire Internet! This is according to builtwith.com CMS Trends. Therefore, it is of …

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How to Block IP Address Using WordPress .htaccess File to Stop Bad Visitors

How to Block IP Address Using WordPress .htaccess File to Stop Bad Visitors

In this tutorial, we show you how to block bad visitors by their IP addresses using only Apache .htaccess file. No WordPress plugin required. Your public website is on the internet for anyone, including bad visitors like bad bots, spammers, hackers, malicious users. They are annoying, taking up your web server resources, and potential security …

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7 Best WordPress Security Plugins You Probably Don’t Know About

7 Best WordPress Security Plugins You Probably Don’t Know About

WordPress is used by 31.1% of all websites in the world. No doubt that the most popular CMS is the hacker’s target. The WordPress core is relatively secure but it does not include security features to scan malware files, stop brute-force attacks, bad bots, malicious URL requests, etc. The good news is that WordPress has …

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Maintain WordPress at Scale on RunCloud
with WP-CLI Aliases

Maintain WordPress at Scale on RunCloud <br> with WP-CLI Aliases

How can you maintain WordPress at scale on RunCloud? The RunCloud platform opens the doors for developers, designers, freelancers and all manner of web businesses to leverage the benefits of using Cloud hosting, without requiring the in-depth skills of a highly experienced sysadmin. If you run a WordPress or Web Development business, The benefits of …

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Cloning a WordPress Site for Staging
Method 2 | Using WP-CLI and the Terminal

Cloning a WordPress Site for Staging <br> Method 2 | Using WP-CLI and the Terminal

In the previous tutorial we mentioned that cloning a WordPress staging site is one of those necessary tasks when you’re working in WordPress development. We then used the RunCloud Backup system, alongside the RunCloud File Manager and WP-CLI, to clone our staging site from production. If you haven’t seen that tutorial yet, you can find …

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Cloning a WordPress Site for Staging
Method 1 | Using RunCloud Backups and WP-CLI

Cloning a WordPress Site for Staging <br> Method 1 | Using RunCloud Backups and WP-CLI

Cloning a WordPress staging site is one of those necessary tasks when you’re working at a professional level in WordPress development. It is a good idea to use a workflow that includes local development, alongside online staging and production sites. In today’s tutorial, we are going to use the RunCloud Backup System to clone a …

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NGINX Caching Tutorial for WordPress

NGINX Caching Tutorial for WordPress

In this tutorial we will show you how to take advantage of Nginx caching to speed up your WordPress web application. Nginx Caching vs Varnish Caching Varnish is an HTTP Accelerator software that is often used by DevOps and Sysadmins in optimizations to their web server setups. What many people don’t know however, is that …

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Using Mailgun To Send Transactional Email From WordPress

Using Mailgun To Send Transactional Email From WordPress

What is Transactional Email Transactional email is the email sent when something triggered from your Web Application such as resetting the user password. My WordPress didn’t send email This is a common problem if you didn’t configure your server to relay email. Configuring the server to send email is hard. How hard it is? You …

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