WordPress Website Common Tasks

After you install WordPress in Linux Hosting, you can start building your website. Below are the most common tasks you should complete, with links to articles and videos that will take you through these tasks step by step. Pick The Template WordPress uses themes to define the look and feel of your site. A theme is installed and active by…

Enable Debugging to Display Errors in WordPress

WordPress has a specific debug system and standardized code across the core, plugins, and themes to simplify the process of identifying PHP errors. Enabling this debug mode will cause all PHP errors and warnings to display, so you can find out what’s wrong with your site. WP_DEBUG is a PHP constant (a permanent global variable) that can be used to trigger…

Supported Web Browsers For Responsive Websites

You want your websites and applications to look good on as many desktops, tablets, and mobile browsers as possible. Websites built using Website Builders are already responsive, meaning they automatically adjust to any screen size. Many sites using WordPress are also responsive. Listed below are the browsers fully supported for responsive websites. In all cases, JavaScript, cookies, and TLS 1.2…

How to Preview your Website using Host Files on Development Machine

How to Preview your Website using Host Files on Development Machine

Sometimes you need to preview your website files on your computer or development machine prior to uploading files to your live hosting account. You can do this by adding entries to the hosts file on your local computer. Keep in mind that we do not support modifying your system files, you are doing so at your own risk. Start by…

How does each of Web Hosting’s Resources Affect a Website?

How does each of Web Hosting’s Resources Affect a Website?

As we know all Linux Shared Hosting websites share the same resources on the server. Hence, to ensure the best performance for all sites there is a resource usage limit for CPU, RAM, I/O, inodes, and entry processes. This post explains how these resources affect your website, as well as situations where you might want to upgrade your hosting account….

How to Redirect Website Traffic using 301 Page Redirects

How to Redirect Website Traffic using 301 Page Redirects

If you renamed or moved pages of your website, a 301 redirect lets you automatically redirect visitors and search engine spiders to your new pages while maintaining your search engine ranking. For example, you can redirect traffic from oldpage.php (.asp or .jsp) to “http://www.newdomain.com/newpage.html” and retain your search engine ranking and back links. Use the code below to redirect traffic…