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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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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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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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An introduction to WP-CLI

An introduction to WP-CLI

Command Line Interfaces (CLI’s) are a developer’s best friend. WP-CLI, the WordPress Command Line Interface (WP-CLI) is an indispensible component of any serious WordPress developers toolkit. If you are a developer working in the WordPress ecosystem and managing dozens of WordPress sites (or more), you can drastically reduce your workload, whilst increasing your efficiency and …

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How to install WordPress with RunCloud

How to install WordPress with RunCloud

In this article we will go through the process of installing a WordPress site on your RunCloud managed server. According to statistics compiled by W3Techs on market share, WordPress is by far the most popular content-management-system (CMS) on the net, accounting for an incredible 60% of all websites created using a CMS. This translates to …

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