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What is Needed for Website and Email Services and Backup

By |3 August 2021|WordPress, Web Hosting|

4 services are required website and email services to work: 1. A registered domain name 2. Domain name service (DNS) 3. Email service (often cloud based eg Microsoft 365 or Google Gsuite) 4. Website 1. Domain Name The domain name is registered every 2 years.  Under Auda rules domain names must be a 'close and substantial connection' to ...

Securing Your WordPress Site

By |22 February 2021|WordPress, Web Hosting|

WordFence and Cerber Tips for Securing Wordpress Security is not a single event it's a process that needs to be reviewed regularly, keep all core Wordpress updates, theme and plugins up to date Use a reputable host that separates web hosting accounts. Get plugins and themes from a reputable source Passwords need to be complex, lowercase, uppercase, numbers and symbols.  ...

How to move WordPress from One Domain to Another Domain

By |4 January 2019|Web Hosting, WordPress|

Wordpress has two parts the files and the database. 1. To backup the Wordpress files go to your host, use Cpanel and go to File Manager usually in the public_html directory is the root of your site and select all files, right click to compress into a .zip file. 2. Then download the .zip file via File Manager.  Filemanager in ...

Why Use Dedicated Application Pools in IIS

By |9 May 2014|Web Hosting|

Application pools in IIS isolate applications from each other, so if one application or web site goes does or locks for whatever reason it does not take all other sites with it.  Different application pools can also have different .NET, security or other settings specific to that application. The main disadvantage of Application pools is the extra memory required to ...

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