NGINX Basics For Debian Server

NGINX is not only a popular reverse proxy option, it’s a complete standalone web server. In this article, you’ll learn some NGINX basics to get up and running on your Debian server right away. NGINX Basics For Debian Uninstalling Apache Editing Your Configuration Files (Symlink or No?) Sample NGINX Configuration For a Basic Website Sample Read More >

How to Set Up Laravel

Laravel is a free, open-source PHP framework used for software development that can be installed on both Linux personal computers and servers. While installing Laravel via the application installer Softaculous, you may have come across an error message such as this this: Required PHP version greater than equal to 7.2.5 found version is : 7.1.3 Read More >

Understanding Caching

If you’ve interacted with the internet in any capacity you’ve seen the word cache or caching. But what is caching and why are people telling you to clear your cache? This article will explain caching and why it’s an important piece of your internet experience.  What is Caching? Clearing Your Cache Experience superior performance and Read More >

Resource Overage

Account Resource Overage This article is geared for customers who may have exceeded normal usage for their server. While upgrading is an option, many of the reasons you receive this message do not require an upgrade and can be addressed relatively easily. We have listed the top reasons that can cause high usage below along Read More >