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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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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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Why Authentication Using SSH Public Key is Better than Using Password and How Do They Work?

Why Authentication Using SSH Public Key is Better than Using Password and How Do They Work?

What is SSH? SSH, or Secure Shell, is a network protocol that allows users to remotely manage their servers or computers over the Internet, in which the communication between the two machines are strongly encrypted and protected from being eavesdropped. The user runs a client on his or her machine and the network connection carries …

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Top 5 PHP Frameworks in 2018 / 2019

Top 5 PHP Frameworks in 2018 / 2019

Congratulations on choosing PHP to be your language of choice for your server-side programming, instead of others such as Java, Python, Ruby, C++, Perl, GO, Node/Javascript etc. Your choice could have been influenced by any number of reasons, including but not limited to PHP being free, open source, with a highly active community around it, …

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How to Create Wildcard Subdomain for Unlimited Subsites

How to Create Wildcard Subdomain for Unlimited Subsites

What is Wildcard subdomain Wildcard subdomain is a wildcard (catch-all) DNS record that will match request for non-existent subdomains. It is specified by a “*” as part of the domain name, example: *.yourdomain.com. With wildcard subdomain setup, you do not need to create a DNS record for each subdomain. Example: unlimited subdomain for WordPress multisite …

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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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What is Laravel and How to use it with RunCloud

What is Laravel and How to use it with RunCloud

One can imagine the decision process that has finally brought you here. It all started with you wanting to build a website or maybe a web application that sits on a server, whether it is a dedicated server, virtual private server (VPS) or cloud server. So you did your research on which server side programming language …

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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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