In this article, we’ll explore the best open-source web servers and their role in improving the speed and security of your WordPress website.
Choosing the right hosting provider is crucial for the success of your WordPress website, as it directly impacts its performance, reliability, and overall user experience.
In this article, we explore the top open-source web control panel for VPS WordPress hosting. All of these web control panels offer server administrators and website owners an easy way to manage their servers and websites.
In this guide, you will learn how to send and receive emails with a domain name and set up your own mail server using CyberPanel running on a VPS.
In this guide, you will learn how to install WordPress on CyberPanel with your domain name. Also, you will learn how to configure SSL for your domain name in CyberPanel.
In this guide, you will learn how to change nameservers for your domain. Also, you will learn how to create your own personal nameservers.
This guide describes how to install Cloudflare SSL for your website running on the OpenLiteSpeed web server.
Assuming you have already set up your website and domain with OpenLiteSpeed, now you can follow the steps below to install the Cloudflare SSL certificate for your domain.
The distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack is a malicious attempt to disrupt the target’s services by flooding the resource capacity of the server with high Internet traffic.
It is very crucial to detect such abnormal traffic and block the IP addresses of the attack source automatically to prevent the server from reaching its capacity.
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.
In this guide, we will install the Let’s Encrypt SSL certificate for a domain. Here, we assume your website is running on an Apache server in Ubuntu. Here, we will make use of “snap” which is a bundle of an app with its dependencies that can work across many different Linux distributions without modification.