I recently worked on a project to setup WordPress on the Google Cloud Platform (GCP), the setup of WordPress was straight forward in GCP with the Cloud Launcher. To be able to upload files to the server and change permissions I needed to setup SSH access and to configure FileZilla.
Do you want your keywords on your website to rank at the top of the Google search results. How will you be able to rank on the first page on Google, the majority of users never even go to page two, let alone beyond that.
There are plenty of advice and myths around when, where and how to charge a mobile phone. At the moment few things can be as stressful as running out of battery while checking messages or talking to someone.
It’s a great time to start planning your infrastructure project to move to the cloud or if you starting a business you could just avoid the hassle to setup and manage your internal infrastructure by adopting a cloud solution.
The other day at work, I was going to help a young fellow with a problem with a WordPress website, he had been referred by colleague of mine, when this young fellow so me – he just said “Grandpa you do not know anything about digital” and that was the end of our interaction.
I see it all the time, business are very excited to get a website launched, they forget the ongoing work on maintaining the website, I’m not talking about creating content, or adding new products to sell, I’m refering to keep the site safe, software maintained with latest versions.
I recently wrote about How To Work With RESTful Services In CodeIgniter 3.X – today’s topic is how you extend the CodeIgniter REST server to give your APIs better availability and reliability. If you’re already experienced sudden increases in API traffic that affects the quality of your service, then you want to read on as I will give some tips on how you can manage your API’s usage.
How much do you know of what the WordPress Heartbeat API does to your site. Especially if you are logged in as admin and have your post page open. The WordPress Heartbeat API, introduced in WordPress 3.6 – allows your browser to communicate with the server when you’re logged into the WordPress admin panel.