HTTP/1 vs. HTTP/2 vs. HTTP/3 – Explained

If you’ve visited any websites before then you will have undoubtedly seen the “HTTP” or “HTTPS” prefixes at the start of a web address. For the average internet user, these will simple be ignored and you won’t find any reason to pay attention to them. After all, it’s a domain name that you type into […]

Best Ways to Migrate a WordPress Site to a New Host

Why is WordPress the most popular website builder and content management system (CRM) in the world? The answer lies in its versatility, ease-of-use, cost, flexibility, and functionality. The adoption rate of WordPress illustrates the point. It powers over 40% of all websites. WordPress is free to use and is open source, meaning that it is […]

The 8 Best Security Plugins for WordPress

Over a third of all websites on the internet are hosted on WordPress, making it by far the most popular content management system (CMS) in the world. Due to the ease of use, flexibility, and extensive functionality, it’s become a go-to choice for website designers across the world. Whether you’re running a simple personal blog, […]

How To Protect an Apache Server with Fail2Ban on Ubuntu 20.04

Any website or application connected to the internet can be vulnerable to attacks from malicious parties. Internet admins and web developers are no strangers to hacks and security compromises – regardless of the type of service being hosted. One common example of this is with Secure Shell, or SSH. SSH is used to access the […]

How Fail2ban Works to Protect Services on a Linux Server

Any service or application connected to the internet is potentially vulnerable to attacks from malicious parties. Internet admins and web developers are no strangers to hacks and security compromises – regardless of the type of service being hosted. One common example of this is with Secure Shell, or SSH. SSH is used to access the […]

How to troubleshoot common HTTP error codes?

When you try to access a web server or a web application, every HTTPS request received by a server is answered with an HTTPS status code. The HTTP status codes are composed of 3 digits and grouped in 5 different classes. These status classes can be quickly identified thanks to the first digit as below: […]