Posted in: Database, PHP, Plugins, WordPress

How to Use Object Cache with Redis to Reduce WordPress Load

Object cache with Redis can minimize the load on your WordPress database by caching frequently accessed data in memory instead of having to retrieve it from the database every time it’s needed. This can significantly reduce the number of database queries required to load a page, resulting in faster page load times and reduced server load.

Posted in: Email, Hosting, Linux, PHP, Ubuntu, VPS

How to Configure Postfix to Send an Email using SMTP on Linux VPS

If your website is running on Linux VPS, then you may want to install and configure Postfix for sending an email.

Postfix is an open-source, free, and the most widely used Mail Transfer Agent (MTA) that routes and delivers an email.

Posted in: Frameworks, PHP

Top 5 PHP Frameworks for Web Development

PHP is the most popular server-side scripting language. As of today, almost 79% of websites use PHP across the world. The complexity of websites has increased a lot in recent years. Developing such websites require a lot of work. So, it is not feasible for anyone to always start from scratch. Hence, there is a need for a more structured way to start any project.

Posted in: Apache, PHP, Ubuntu

Upgrade PHP to a Newer Version in Ubuntu

In this tutorial, you will learn how to upgrade and switch PHP to a new version and make it work with the Apache server in Ubuntu 20.04. Once, you know how to install the newer version, you will also learn how to remove the older version.

Also, these same steps can be followed to upgrade PHP from any older version to a newer one by simply replacing the actual version mentioned with the version you wish to upgrade to. The process remains mostly similar across different versions of PHP.

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