Captain America once said, “Without my WordPress backup plugin, my website would have been taken down by Hydra and I would have lost everything.” I was in just as much shock as you because I didn’t even know Captain America knew what WordPress was. But here he is, talking about how a plugin saved his site from being shut down. And he could not be more right.Continue reading –>
You might have read the title of this article and asked yourself what an online backup for WordPress had to do with hugging a giraffe, and we don’t blame you. While it is a strange concept, it’s actually pretty accurate.Continue reading –>
Singing to your neighbor is hard to beat, but backing up your WordPress website just might be the thing to do it.
What is in a backup?
While browsing different web hosts or even articles of websites you may be wondering what exactly a backup is. Thankfully, it is a very simple procedure to explain.Continue reading –>
If you’re trying to get your website noticed while building up a readership for your blog, then here’s a scary fact to consider—there are almost 2 billion websites currently on the internet. That means you’re competing with all of these sites for the attention of your readership.Continue reading –>
If you want to build a website, you need domain hosting, right?
Well, no. Not exactly. ‘Domain hosting’ isn’t actually a thing. What it is, however, is a combination of the two things you DO need to start a website: a domain name and web hosting.Continue reading –>
It’s easy to see why managed WordPress hosting has become a major trend in website hosting. With almost a 30% market share of the websites currently running, WordPress is the most popular content management system (CMS) around.Continue reading –>
Hosting services dedicated exclusively to WordPress can help guarantee the best possible security and performance for your website. But even then, there are dozens of quality options available on the market. How can you possibly know which one is right for you?Continue reading –>
Did you know: WordPress has over 60.5% of CMS market share and is used by almost 34% of websites on the web.
In contrast, Joomla, the second most popular CMS, holds just 5.2% of CMS market share.Continue reading –>
WordPress hosting can handle a variety of different websites, from the small static ones to large data-heavy websites with videos, images, and other fun stuff. This is possible because hosting companies offer different types of hosting. Each type offers benefits to different kinds of websites.Continue reading –>
One of most powerful features of WordPress goes unnoticed every day. The built-in user roles feature in WordPress is something that at first surprises and then delights WordPress users. Many people think their username and password for WordPress is a single sign-on key and must be shared in order to grant someone else access. This is not always the best solution.Continue reading –>