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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 This change could have an effect on all of your websites if you are using a DNS that is out of date and not compliant with modern standards.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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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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How to Create a Subdomain for RunCloud Web Application

How to Create a Subdomain for RunCloud Web Application

Subdomain is an easy and free way to categorize your website content and separate them from the main website. In this tutorial, you will learn what is a subdomain, the use cases, and how to host a web application at subdomain using RunCloud. What is a Subdomain? A subdomain is a domain that is a …

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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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Wordfence Integration with PHP-FPM inside RunCloud

Wordfence Integration with PHP-FPM inside RunCloud

Wordfence with PHP-FPM Wordfence is one of the godsend plugins out the there for WordPress security. It has been used by many WordPress sites because it works as advertised and a very popular security plugin out there for WordPress. Since PHP can be run from multiple ways, it is hard for Wordfence to do this …

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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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How to Easily Install phpMyAdmin on RunCloud

How to Easily Install phpMyAdmin on RunCloud

By referring to Better Alternative to phpMyAdmin post, some might ask why did RunCloud be too restrictive? Is there any other way to easily install phpMyAdmin on RunCloud? Or it just can’t? The answer is, you can easily install phpMyAdmin but you have to understand one thing, each system is a Web Application. The previous …

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How To Access Your Database on RunCloud (better PHPMyAdmin Alternative)

How To Access Your Database on RunCloud (better PHPMyAdmin Alternative)

Some may wonder how do you access your database in RunCloud. We have been getting inquiries on how to install PHPMyAdmin, or where it is installed. Well, there is none. And we don’t recommend that you install them. You can read the full tutorial below, but first let me explain the main concept on how …

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