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RunCloud RunDown – July 30th

RunCloud RunDown – July 30th

It's that time again, welcome to another Monday edition of the RunCloud RunDown, July 30th. This week in the blog we have two short articles dealing with two of the most frequently raised support requests/issues. Firstly we look at how you can take advantage of Digital Ocean's floating IPs with your RunCloud managed servers and...

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How to use Digital Ocean Floating IP

How to use Digital Ocean Floating IP

One of the best features inside Digital Ocean is a floating IP Address. We often receive requests from our customers on how to install RunCloud using a floating IP. The short answer is, you can’t. To install RunCloud, you need to use the original IP Address of the Droplet. RunCloud will only respond to the …

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Fixing Redirect Loop on Cloudflare SSL

Fixing Redirect Loop on Cloudflare SSL

For those who are using a Cloudflare Flexible SSL + RunCloud + WordPress, you will be frustrated to see your site is caught in a redirect loop. Let’s see what is happening under the hood. Terminology When you are using Flexible SSL, Cloudflare will request your site without HTTPS and expect HTTP. You can find …

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RunCloud RunDown – July 23rd

RunCloud RunDown – July 23rd

A good morning, afternoon, or evening to you one and all this Monday 23rd July, and welcome to the latest RunCloud RunDown! From the RunCloud blog this week we bring you two of our most popular and useful articles. Firstly we have a run through of the advantages of using Cloudflare together with RunCloud to...

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RunCloud RunDown – July 16th

RunCloud RunDown – July 16th

Welcome one welcome all to this weeks RunCloud RunDown dated July 16th. From the RunCloud blog we are resurfacing two popular and useful articles, firstly we show you how to deploy Laravel Web Applications the right way using the integrated RunCloud Git Deployment and Webhooks feature, then we have our guide to creating WordPress staging...

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RunCloud RunDown – July 9th

RunCloud RunDown – July 9th

There are quiet weeks and then there are really quiet weeks, and this was a really quiet week on the RunCloud Blog! Although we did sponsor the excellent LaravelConf 2018 in Taiwan yesterday, so that is news! So instead this week we are featuring a couple of pieces of our past content, including the story...

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RunCloud RunDown – July 2nd

RunCloud RunDown – July 2nd

Welcome to the RunCloud RunDown once again, and we are back to our normal weekly schedule. In the RunCloud Blog this week Liew has been investigating the lesser-known, but still high quality, WordPress security plugins that are available for free. In other news, Google has deepened its support for open source by becoming a Platinum...

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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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RunCloud RunDown – June 25th

RunCloud RunDown – June 25th

Hey there, here we are with another RunDown, this is a bi-weekly edition as I am still travelling through Montenegro after an amazing WordCamp EU in Belgrade. So, big news from RunCloud this past week or so, and one we know a lot of you have been waiting a long time for... RunCloud Teams!!! Click the link for...

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Price Restructuring Announcement – Introducing Team Feature

Price Restructuring Announcement – Introducing Team Feature

There is generally no accepted good way to break the news of a price increase. Especially after a larger solution provider in the same space recently announced a price increase with their plans. The market scrambled for alternatives, and we benefited from the recent news. But this announcement today is not something that we are …

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