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The affects of Web Hosts on Your Business Website

Here're ways your choice of web hosting service provider impacts the performance of your business:


Website loading speed


Uptime and availability


Customer support




Server location

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WordPress Favicon

Add WordPress Favicon To Your Site The little icons that appear next to website names in browser tabs are known as favicons. While your WordPress favicon started there, it’s also utilized in other places like browser bookmarks, iOS home screen buttons, and more. As a result, it’s a crucial aspect of your brand. When used […]

Fix the 401 Unauthorized Error (5 Methods) Getting an error page when trying to access a WordPress site, whether it’s yours or someone else’s, is inconvenient at best. Part of what makes a 401 error so annoying, as with many HTTP response codes, is the lack of information it provides for diagnosing and addressing the […]

Page and Post

Hide Page and Post Titles in WordPress You’ve just finished building a page or writing an article in WordPress and are about to preview it when you see the page title is entirely out of position, spoiling your design. Unfortunately, there is no straight forward way to block a title from being displayed in WordPress. […]

Configure Jetpack

Configure Jetpack For Your WordPress Site Jetpack is marketed as an all-in-one plugin that addresses a variety of needs, including WordPress security, performance optimization, marketing tools, and analytics, among others. Automattic, the company behind major WordPress services and products including and WooCommerce, is responsible for the plugin’s upkeep. Jetpack has earned a reputation as […]

WordPress Search and Replace

WordPress Search and Replace (5 Methods) Making tiny modifications here and there isn’t normally a big deal when it comes to managing your WordPress website. However, if you need to edit multiple items on your site at the same time, you may need to use WordPress search and replace. For example, if you recently switched […]

PHP Memory Limit

Overview Your plugins aren’t functioning properly. Your website isn’t loading properly. The error “Allowed memory size exhausted” continues appearing, and it keeps telling you to increase your PHP memory limit. What exactly is it, and how do you deal with it? The PHP memory limit was created to prevent RAM-hungry resources from crashing your website. […]

Payment Methods

Our Payment Methods Visa, Mastercard (including Maestro), Discover, and American Express credit and debit cards are all accepted. Annual subscriptions can also be paid via wire transfer or ACH. If you wish to pay via wire transfer or ACH, please contact sales or, if you are a current customer, establish a billing ticket. At this […]

Dedicated IP

Overview When it comes to SSL, a dedicated IP address isn’t required and hasn’t been since June 2003. The IPv4 pool is running out, and people anticipated this, so they devised a technique known as Server Name Indication (SNI), which allows many certificates to share the same IP address. It’s supported by all modern browsers, […]