Thoughts, information and reflections about technology


WP Super Cache for WordPress was not working on a shared host.

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.

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Things to do to stop a brute force attack on a WordPress Blog

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.

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A basic set or WordPress Plugins, mostly free.

A standard installation of WordPress works, but it lacks many features that are needed for even a basic site. For any feature that you wish to add, there are usually one or more plugins that will accomplish the task. Plugins are a matter of your needs and personal taste.

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Tried to use Westhost’s preferred cpanel hosting for Rails — NO GO

Before starting to use any hosting account for a Ruby on Rails project, check the versions they are offering.

I have a number of sites with Westhost. I’ve been with them for a number of years and the service has always been great, even for the cheap hosting plans. However, all of those sites were Joomla except for one WordPress site. Continue reading

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