There was a Pinterest “Similar Pins” email in my inbox. I saw a photo that looked similar to one of my photos I had published on one of my sites. I double checked and sure enough, someone had stolen my photo and used it on another site. Worse yet, the original site had been taken over by a spammer.
A person’s Google account is becoming increasingly important. Google offers a quick security check for your account that takes about 3 minutes to complete. Continue reading
I am ramping up four sites on a shared host. It is inexpensive hosting so running four active sites plus another minor site is taxing the resources of the hosting. I tried using WP Super Cache but could not get the preload feature to work. I did get it working by doing the following.
I have a few sites that I am trying to grow on a shared host. I noticed that when I open admin windows for about five of the sites, the CPU maxes out.
I woke up this morning to see that some of my sites were a bit slow to respond. Shortly after, I was getting a resource limit message from my host when trying to get to the front or back ends of any of the WordPress sites. I checked cPanel and my resources were maxed out.
My sites were all down this morning. This site, www.chrismendlatech.com was getting a flood of overseas traffic.
I am working with a client to find a piece of software that will meet his needs. One of the software packages requires .net 3.5 or higher. Many of the solutions required downloading software or opening the registry. I found a much simpler solution.
Once a new blog becomes visible, you will start to get comments. Comments are good, unless they are comment spam. If you don’t get a handle on it immediately, you will rapidly lose search engine ratings and/or be infested with useless or damaging comments. Continue reading
I’m in the process of migrating three sites from Blogger to WordPress including this site. The process is tedious and a little complicated, but it is manageable. Once you have physically migrated, you need to tweak the posts, categories and tags a bit. The most important part though, is to carefully apply 301 redirects to ensure that existing search listings will lead to the current content. Continue reading
We have moved this blog from blog.chrismendlatech.com on Blogger to
http://www.chrismendlatech.com on WordPress on January 17, 2018.
Yes, the site is Butt Ugly right now. I’m working on reformatting things for WordPress
We Should be back to normal in a day or two.
Thank you for your patience.