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When should you upgrade your hosting plan?

When should you upgrade your hosting plan?

As your site grows, you may find that your current hosting plan no longer suits you. In this post, we’ll explain how to know when an upgrade is in order.

Posted Tuesday 07th May, 2019 by William

Linux vs. Windows: which is the best operating system for your server?

Linux vs. Windows: which is the best operating system for your server?

Just as your computer runs on an operating system, so does your hosting server. In this post, we’ll help you decide whether you should choose Linux or Windows!

Posted Tuesday 29th January, 2019 by Aidan

5 SEO mistakes you’ll want to avoid at all costs

5 SEO mistakes you’ll want to avoid at all costs

SEO is key to driving traffic to your website. However, it can be easy to do it wrong. In this article, we’ll discuss common SEO mistakes, and how you can avoid them.

Posted Tuesday 04th December, 2018 by Aidan

A WordPress blogger's guide to Gutenberg

A WordPress blogger's guide to Gutenberg

WordPress’ current editor is being shuttered and replaced with the new Gutenberg editor. This post will discuss the ins and outs of the whole project.

Posted Tuesday 20th November, 2018 by Aidan

4 ways your web host can help secure your website

4 ways your web host can help secure your website

Website security is paramount. Given this, we’ll discuss four ways a web host can secure your website!

Posted Thursday 18th October, 2018 by Aidan

Cloud update: Free Let’s Encrypt SSLs now supported

Cloud update: Free Let’s Encrypt SSLs now supported

We’re excited to announce the availability of Let’s Encrypt SSL Certificates; the fast simple and free way to protect websites hosted on our Cloud Hosting platform. In this post we look at everything you need to know about Let’s Encrypt and why now i…

Posted Monday 09th January, 2017 by Aliysa

Linux Dirty Cow; Fixed

Linux Dirty Cow; Fixed

As you may already know, recently a vulnerability in the Linux kernel, known as Dirty Cow, was reported. Our dedicated system administrators immediately addressed the vulnerability patching all vulnerable Linux powered servers against the exploit. Re…

Posted Tuesday 01st November, 2016 by Aliysa

php.ini; The Small File That Makes a Big Difference

php.ini; The Small File That Makes a Big Difference

Your site's php.ini file is small but powerful. In this post Adriana our support expert, explains how making simple adjustments to your default php.ini file can help solve common PHP errors and problems. Read more for simple solutions.

Posted Thursday 21st January, 2016 by Aliysa

PHP 7 Now Available on the Cloud

PHP 7 Now Available on the Cloud

We're extremely excited to announce that our Cloud Web Hosting platform has now been updated to support the use of PHP 7, the latest release from the PHP team. PHP 7 comes loaded with new features and under the hood improvements that give web develop…

Posted Monday 14th December, 2015 by Aliysa