Does your hosting provider believe you are entitled to peace of mind? Does your hosting provider believe you have the right to be secure in your own (hosting) home? If yes, what are their actions? Let me share with you, our point of view.
Wouldn’t it be nice if you could just update your WordPress blog, and have the entries automatically feed into your Facebook account? If you are like me, you love killing two or more birds with the same stone.
What can be done to go above and beyond PCI compliance? What can be done to proactively know if a shared hosting customer has malware or hacks on their site?
Would it make sense for some one to tell you a building was being kept secure from trespassers; yet, as you watched, over time, you didn’t see anyone on foot patrolling the area (inside or out), did not see anyone watching monitors (where there even cameras monitoring areas?), there were no recordings from the monitors being kept for any period of time. How would you feel about the security of the building? Could the security team learn from break in attempts? Would the security team even know if there was a break in?
Are you involved in the PCI Compliance dance? Do you know your partners? Do you need a PCI Compliant hosting provider who takes the dance seriously? Who will hold your hand, and walk you through any difficult or tedious step?
If you are like me, you will be tweaking your Web site over time. Sometimes those tweaks will involving a site redesign, and sometimes it is just a matter of organizing your site better for search engine optimization — SEO — or making it easier for visitors to find a given page (the first choice of page name made sense at the time, but not now). How can you help those who bookmarked areas of your site as well as the search engines find the new pages?
You have developed and tested your new WordPress site on a subdomain, and now you want to move it to your main domain. Here’s how…
The following WordPress plugins have been tested to work on our servers; and can improve your WordPress designed site / blog
Let’s cover something often missed by WordPress designers, developers, and authors… the .htaccess file as it is not automatically installed as a part of WordPress
If you host a WordPress site with us, you should make a good habit of logging into your WordPress administrator area as the administrator (rather than as an author, for example) on a weekly basis.