Today on episode 26, Web Hosting Podcast. WordPress 5 gets a tentative release date. I discuss a social media experiment I tried. And cloudflare celebrated its 8th birthday in style by releasing some great new features and services. WordPress 5 has a tentative release date of November 19th, 2018 Release Notes This date could … Read more
Today on episode 23 Web Hosting Podcast. Google Chrome 68 is now out and marking sites that do not use https as not secure. We cover a great backup plugin for wordpress called UpdraftPlus, this free plugin with premium options is a great way to ensure you have a regular backup of your WordPress site. … Read more
Today on episode 17 of Web Hosting Podcast, Megan and I, dissect a website hack we have been working on. We discuss the how, the what and ways to prevent future hacks. We also discuss the defacement of webhostingpodcast.com and how I recovered the site so quickly. And remember those quick tips I use to … Read more
With the latest developments on Meltdown and Spectre, do you have a disaster plan in place for your website?
What if your site suddenly becomes overwhelmingly popular?
The same information should be gathered in a proactive manner to protect your sites future, whether it is for disaster or success. The “what if” plan should be a part of your sites life blood as you grow your digital footprint. We discuss what I include in my own “what if” packet that I store in my safe. I also cover some options to help with a sudden burst of site traffic, to help prevent your site from going offline.
Backup and Archive your website in preparation of the New Year. What is the difference between a Backup and a Archive? A backup is for short term recovery. This means a backup is likely a more current snapshot in time. Often a backup will be done daily/weekly/monthly. You should be able to restore your site … Read more