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Free Templates Built by BoldGrid for WordPress Hosting

WordPress Hosting by InMotion Hosting integrated with BoldGrid can help you to quickly create a beautiful website using Inspirations. An Inspiration is a combination of pre-defined content and design related to a specific category. Since these themes (designs) come “fully loaded” with content (based on selected category), they provide a structure (combined with BoldGrid’s intuitive Read More >

The WordPress Hosting Stack

In this article, we will explore each of the components that make up the optimized WordPress Servers Hosting stack, point out a few potential pitfalls, and explain how each of the components work. Our goal: to get a potential WordPress site owner or webmaster up-to-speed on the important points of this new platform and provide Read More >

Using InMotion Hosting’s Memory Viewer WordPress Plugin

While WordPress is great software because of its ease of use, it does have a history of using excessive server resources (such as memory and/or cpu time) at times. This is not always the fault of WordPress directly, but instead it could be the result of either: a “bad” plugin a custom theme With so Read More >

The Ultimate Guide to Optimizing WordPress Performance

In our Ultimate Guide to High Performance WordPress for High Traffic Sites, we will show you how to identify and fix common performance issues with WordPress and the server it’s hosted on. Our guide combines over 20 years of experience of fine-tuning servers, CDNs, and website code to deliver high performance WordPress sites. If you’re Read More >

Attach Jetpack License in WordPress

In this guide, we cover how to attach a Jetpack license purchased through the Account Management Panel (AMP) to a WordPress installation. Jetpack is a versatile WordPress plugin that offers a comprehensive suite of tools to enhance websites. From improving site performance with faster load times to enhancing security with real-time threat detection, Jetpack provides Read More >

Migrating Your WordPress Site to Platform i Manually with rsync

For large or busy websites, a manual transfer is the most reliable way to ensure that your migration is successful. In this guide, we’ll focus on using the command line, using the rsync protocol. Remote synchronization using rsync has a few major advantages including the ability to easily resume interrupted transfers, and quickly re-sync any Read More >

Migrating WordPress Manually to Platform InMotion

When you’re getting started with your new UltraStack WordPress VPS on Platform InMotion, you have three options to begin with: Migrating Manually is the most reliable way to get your website transferred to Platform InMotion. Use this option, and Platform InMotion will install a fresh copy of WordPress on your VPS, and you’ll be able Read More >

Migrating WordPress Automatically to Platform InMotion

When you’re getting started with your new UltraStack VPS on Platform InMotion, you have three options to begin with: Migrating Automatically is the easiest way to get started. Simply enter your website’s URL, and Admin Username and Password, and Platform InMotion will log into your site, install a few plugins, create a full backup of Read More >

Seven Major Changes in WordPress 6.2

WordPress 6.2 “Dolphy” is an important release version that includes over 900 changes to the software. The major changes focus on integrating visual editing into the front end of the WordPress interface. These improvements involve the menus, templates, site editor, media, and style options. They benefit the user by providing a more functional interface and Read More >

The Ultimate Guide for Migrating WordPress Websites

If you own a WordPress website, chances are that you will have to move it from one host to another at some time during its lifetime. You could be moving to a new host for a variety of reasons. Better performance is usually a driver for this type of change. Moving a website from a Read More >

How to Use Memcached as a Persistent Object Cache in WordPress

A common site health message WordPress displays for users is the recommendation to use a persistent object cache. There are generally two common solutions to this issue: Redis or Memcached. This article will guide you in using Memcached to provide the caching solution that WordPress is recommending. We will walk you through its installation and Read More >

How to Automatically Generate WordPress Posts With ChatGPT

The recent release of the ChatGPT bot by OpenAI has made the use of text-based artificial intelligence accessible to anyone. Simply enter a text prompt and it will automatically generate content or code based on your entries. This can be a strong addition to your workflow by helping you generate ideas or speed up the Read More >

How Do I Cancel My Hosting Account?

We are sorry to hear that you want to cancel your hosting account! Most of our plans include a 90-day money-back guarantee. This period of time should allow you to test additional programs available with your account if that is the issue. For example, if you’re not sure if WordPress is going to meet your Read More >

miniOrange’s Google Authenticator – WordPress Two Factor Authentication

miniOrange is a security-focused development company that has created a feature-rich two-factor authentication plugin for WordPress called the miniOrange Google Authenticator.  Their plugin provides a solution that is quick and easy to implement while providing features that set it apart from its competition. Two-factor authentication is used to secure logins to a website.  It helps Read More >

Two Factor Authentication WordPress Plugin

Two Factor Authentication is a plugin from the authors of UpdraftPlus that adds a layer of protection for WordPress logins. The advantage of using a two-factor authentication (2FA) plugin for your WordPress site is that it helps to protect users with weak or exploited passwords.    It does this by requiring a one-time code when a Read More >

How to Use WP 2FA for WordPress

WP 2FA was created by WP White Security to provide two-factor authentication for your WordPress site.  Two-factor authentication (2FA) is used to increase login security for a website.  It helps to keep intruders from accessing a site through weak or compromised passwords.  WP 2FA includes options for authentication, WordPress user/role policies, and redirects. The plugin Read More >

W3 Total Cache – Guide to WordPress Caching

With over 1 million active installations, W3 Total Cache is one of the most popular ways to optimize and manage the cache for your WordPress site. This can result in faster load times and less strain on your server, which can also help your SEO (search engine optimization) efforts. How to Use W3 Total Cache Read More >

How to Set Up the Autoptimize Plugin For WordPress

The Autoptimize plugin for WordPress is a page speed tool. It combines code minification and aggregation with caching, CDN, and other optimization features. With a WordPress site, as with any dynamic site, optimizing performance involves a lot of moving parts. For those who are not comfortable tweaking settings at the server level, this plugin can Read More >

WordPress Server Optimization Guide

In this article, we walk through the process of tuning your VPS or Dedicated Server for the best performance on our WordPress Optimized or PHP-FPM stack. On our Managed WordPress Hosting platform, the server is managed by our system administrators, and tuned out-of-the-box for optimal performance for most users. However, some users or resellers may need the additional flexibility afforded by the VPS and Dedicated platforms.

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