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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 >

Introduction to Memcached: server side data caching

Memcached is a server side caching system that is free and open source, and can be installed on any VPS or dedicated server. A caching system can dramatically improve the performance of your website. How does Memcached work? Memcached stores the data in the memory and when the data is needed the application checks for Read More >

High-Performance Order Storage on WooCommerce

In late 2022, WooCommerce introduced plans to optimize the performance of WooCommerce Core by focusing on Orders and ways to efficiently manage Order data. Originally dubbed the Custom Order Tables project, it has since been renamed to High-Performance Order Storage, or HPOS. With the release of WooCommerce 7.1, an option was introduced that allowed users Read More >

How to Install CyberPanel

CyberPanel is a web hosting panel built on the LiteSpeed web server. Officially supporting Ubuntu and CentOS / Enterprise-based Linux distributions, there are two versions to choose from when you install CyberPanel: CyberPanel Free Forever with OpenLiteSpeed CyberPanel Enterprise with LiteSpeed Enterprise We do not recommend using Ubuntu for CyberPanel at this time due to Read More >

Joomla 4 Configuration.php File

The configuration.php file is used to control many aspects of your Joomla 4 site. In fact, all of the settings included in the file directly correlate to a Global Configuration setting in the Admin Panel of Joomla. While it is possible to manage the Global Configuration settings in the Admin Panel, there may be instances Read More >

W3 Total Cache Settings Wizard

The W3 Total Cache plugin is a great tool to speed up your site, and your W3 Total Cache settings can help you make sure you are getting the most out of the plugin. The settings allow you to choose cache options for the following settings: Page cache Database cache Object cache Browser cache Lazy Read More >

PrestaShop 1.7 Caching

After making big changes in your PrestaShop 1.7 store, you may want to ensure customers see them immediately. Configuring your caching settings can also improve the performance of your website. Below we cover how to clear the PrestaShop cache manually and configure caching settings. Clear Cache Caching Clear your Cache Log into PrestaShop.     Read More >

How to Install a PHP Extension Using EasyApache 4

If you’re looking to install a PHP extension on your PHP web hosting, EasyApache 4 (EA4) offers a seamless solution. It simplifies the management of PHP extensions compared to EasyApache 3 (EA3). In this article, we will guide you through the process of installing the fileinfo PHP extension using EasyApache 4. You can easily follow Read More >

MySQL versus MariaDB

MySQL versus MariaDB Versioning Feature comparison New Features Performance Improvements Compatibility Issues The Back Story of MySQL and MariaDB MySQL and MariaDB share some common history, both are named after developer Michael Widenius’ daughters, My and Maria. MySQL was created in 1995 by a Swedish software company, MySQL AB. It grew in popularity over the Read More >