Why using special DNS Servers is beneficial?

With the internet becoming an integral part of every business today, it has also increasingly become important that DNS servers remain stable, secure, and resilient against DNS attacks. By default, you’re most likely using your Internet Server Provider (ISP) DNS … Read More

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Make WordPress Websites Much Faster In 5 Steps

What can you do to make your WordPress website faster? A fast loading website provides an improved user experience and higher rankings in Google and that is good for your website/business.   1. Install a caching plugin What is it? … Read More

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New Let’s Encrypt SSL Certificates – Free SSL But Beware

We offer Let’s Encrypt SSL certificates for a few years now so that together we make the internet more secure. By removing the barrier that SSL certificates cost money, and by easily installing them by pressing a button in the control … Read More

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Keep Your WordPress Site Safe in 6 Steps

This is a short but powerful guide on how to keep your WordPress website safe, and protected against hackers and other scum.  Roadmap Step 1: Make sure you have a good backup plan.Ask yourself this question. If your site is now … Read More

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Activate A Better Spam Filter For Free

The new spam filter that we introduced in 2017 works very well. Because of the positive feedback, we have decided to offer this permanently on all our packages without extra costs! You can drastically reduce spam with one click: Via the new … Read More

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Search Engine Tip: Prevent Duplicate Content By Removing Wildcard Subdomain From DNS

If you have a website, it is important to only publish it in one place. The underlying reason is that Google and other search engines do not like it if they find the same information in multiple places (so-called duplicate content). … Read More

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Set Default Homepage

Three years ago, we added a function to the Control Panel, called “Standard Homepage”, and we think it deserves a bit more attention. With this function, you determine where your website ‘lives’ as it were and it is very positive for SEO and conversion. … Read More

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WordPress Downgrade Plugin

If for some reason you run into an issue when you upgraded WordPress, you can simply restore the backup that you made (you made one, right?) If the issue is with WordPress core, and for example your theme does not … Read More

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WordPress 5.5 “Eckstine”

[Upgrade issues? Check the downgrade plugin post] Here it is! WordPress 5.5 “Eckstine” is finally released. The 39th version of WordPress is named after the jazz musician Billy Eckstine. You can download the latest version of WordPress or update in your dashboard. With … Read More

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Google Resumes Its Attempt to Hides Full Addresses on Chrome 85

Over the years Google has tried to hide full URLs in Chrome’s address bar, despite the public backlash that came after every attempt, Google is pressing on with new plans to hide all parts of web addresses except the domain … Read More

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