One of the most popular Linux operating systems (also known as distros) is CentOS. CentOS is based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL), a Linux distro designed for commercial applications. The most recent version of CentOS is CentOS 8. At the end of 2021, CentOS 8 will be phased out and replaced with CentOS Stream for continued support and development. In this article, we will explore the concepts of RHEL, CentOS 8, and CentOS Stream and discuss how they relate to one another.Continue reading –>
The main purpose of Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) is to communicate with web servers. HTTP/3 and preceding advancements on the HTTP network protocol are meant to enhance overall performance for web servers running common, resource-intensive applications including:Continue reading –>
Whenever a new version of an existing piece of software is released, it is important to understand how the new software compares to the current version. In the case of Linux operating systems (also known as distros), a new version can mean new features, bug fixes, security updates, and much more. In this article, we will be discussing Ubuntu 20.04 LTS and how it differs from previous versions of Ubuntu.Continue reading –>
If you’ve researched specifications for buying a personal computer (PC) at any point within the 2010s, you’ve likely noticed solid state drives (SSDs), USB 3.1, and HDMI have all become the new standards for highest possible data transfer rates. These hardware advancements mainly benefit office and home setups.Continue reading –>
A Content Delivery Network (CDN) is something of a ‘cure-all’ for solving various issues on your website. CDNs are said to improve everything from site speed and security to account bandwidth usage. How is it that one upgrade can affect so much of a site’s performance? It all comes down to what CDNs actually do: get your site’s static content physically closer to your site’s visitors by distributing that content to other servers.Continue reading –>
Within recent years, virtual private server (VPS) hosting has been a sweet spot between the affordability of shared hosting and the operational power of a dedicated server. The introduction of cloud infrastructures has taken that concept, and extended it even further. The possible uses for Linux VPS Hosting is almost endless.Continue reading –>
If you’re looking for a free and easy way to improve your website’s SEO, it’s time to become familiar with canonicalization and canonical URLs.
In this article, we’ll cover
- What is a canonical URL?
- What are canonical tags?
- Why use canonical URLs?
- How to specify canonical URLs
- Which URL is my canonical URL?
A permalink is the full web address (URL) for a webpage. It has earned that name because it is a permanent link and is not expected to change as long as that web page is published on the internet.Continue reading –>
It’s important to understand your needs before selecting a web hosting plan. We assist our customers with migrating to a different plan, but researching your options can save you a lot of time and energy. Do you need a particular Linux operating system (OS)? Do you need WebHost Manager (WHM) to manage customers with individualized cPanel accounts? Do you need root access? These are just some of many factors that can help you decide what’s best for you.Continue reading –>
Often referred to as “control panel,” cPanel is an interface for customizing and making changes to your hosting account with InMotion Hosting.
Simply put, cPanel is a Linux-based control panel that provides users with a dashboard that allows them to manage a range of elements on their site.Continue reading –>