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    How to Disable WordPress Comments: Easy steps

    Good and bad reasons to disable comments in WordPress Why Disable Comments in WordPress? Many small business owners use WordPress to create their website. These business websites often doesn’t have a blog section and mostly has static pages like services, about us, contact, etc. In such cases, it doesn’t make sense...

    OpenSSL: How to Upgrade OpenSSL on Centos 7 or RHEL 7

    1. Introduction OpenSSL is a library that provides cryptographic functionality, specifically SSL/TLS for popular applications such as secure web servers, MySQl databases and email applications. The list parameters standard-commands, digest-commands, and cipher-commands output a list (one entry per line) of the names of all standard commands, message digest commands, or...

    How to solve “openssl: error when loading shared libraries libssl.so.1.1”

    1. The purpose of this post After install openssl, we run the openssl version to verify the installation, but sometimes we would get this error: [root@node1 openssl-1.1.0f]# openssl version openssl: error while loading shared libraries: libssl.so.1.1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory 2. Environments The linux system is: [root@node1 openssl-1.0.0f]# uname...

    How to Install and Configure Varnish with Apache on CentOS 7

    Introduction Varnish is an open source reverse HTTP proxy, an HTTP accelerator, and a useful tool for speeding up an Apache server. Varnish is also known as front-end web caching software that you put in front of an Apache web server to speed it up. Varnish can increase the performance of...

    The best ‘caching plugins’ for wordpress websites

    WordPress caching can be complicated and some might even call it boring. Trying to explain the details of such a complex technology might take a full book. However, we can break down the idea of caching by comparing it to a simple math problem. What’s 10 times 2? Most...

    How To Block Internet Access Using Group Policy (GPO) for certain Users

    In this article I’m going to go over the steps on How To Restrict Internet Access Using Group Policy (GPO). This can be especially useful for KIOSKS, lab computers, or even certain employees that spend way too much time on Youtube or other social media. The way to block...

    How to Add Google AdSense Verification Code to the WordPress Header

    Google AdSense is a great way to start monetizing your website. Inserting ads on your website definitely has its pros and cons, but it’s a great way to start earning income online. Read on to learn how to add the AdSense verification code to your website. Or, if you’re the...

    How to Install and Configure Redis on Linux [CentOS 7]

    Start by enabling the Remi repository by running the following commands in your SSH terminal:sudo yum install epel-release yum-utilssudo yum install http://rpms.remirepo.net/enterprise/remi-release-7.rpmsudo yum-config-manager --enable remiInstall the Redis package by typing:sudo yum install redisOnce the installation is completed, start the Redis service and enable it to start automatically on boot...

    Perform these Tests Before Launching your Website

    Are you preparing to launch your WordPress website? To help make it a success, we created this handy website launch checklist to ensure a smooth launch when you make your site public. We’ll cover everything from proofreading to testing performance. And while some of these tips might seem a little...

    How to solve “Our system has detected that this message does not meet IPv6 sending guidelines regarding PTR records”

    >>Symptoms Plesk server has IPv6 address. When an email message is sent from the server to a Gmail account it fails to deliver. In /usr/local/psa/var/log/maillog on Linux or in C:Program Files (x86)ParallelsPleskMail ServersMail EnableLoggingSMTPSMTP-Debug.log on Windows the following error appears: ipv6_failed_after_I_sent_the_message./Remote_host_said:_550-5.7.1__Our_system_has_detected_that_this/550-5.7.1_message_does_not_meet_IPv6_sending_guidelines_regarding_PTR_records/550-5.7.1_and_authentication._Please_review/550-5.7.1_https://support.google.com/mail/?p=ipv6_authentication_error_for_more/550_5.7.1_information._hg7si388602wjb.61_-_gsmtp/ The email message sender receives following message: Remote host said: 550-5.7.1 Our...

    18 WordPress Plugins That Will Speed Up Your Site

    Does your website load super fast for your users? If not, here are 18 WordPress plugins that can help speed up your site. You put so much work into making your WordPress website, it’d be a shame if one little thing could be its entire undoing. What’s that thing? Speed. If your website...

    5 Plugins to Speed Up WordPress Websites

    WordPress is one of the most popular content management systems in existence. It is used frequently by businesses to create and maintain websites offering information, and services. As per research by Kinsta, 37% of websites on the internet are built using WordPress. This is quite significant, compared to competitors...

    How to Install SHOUTCast Radio Server on Linux VPS?

    This tutorial will assist you to install SHOUTcast Distributed Network Audio Server (DNAS 2.0) in CentOS 7 VPS. Once SHOUTcast is installed in server, you can use media players like Winamp or Mixxx to connect to a streaming server and broadcast audio playlists to the Internet. This tutorial can...

    How to redirect HTTP to HTTPS Using .htaccess

    Chrome and Firefox have started showing insecure warnings on sites without SSL certificates. Without SSL, your website will show insecure to the visitors. Therefore, using an SSL-encrypted connection for safety, accessibility or PCI compliance reasons is necessary. It becomes very important to redirect from HTTP to HTTPS. What is SSL? SSL (Secure...

    Public Cache, Private Cache, and ESI

    Disclaimer: The information contained in this post is accurate for LSCWP v1.6.6 . If you are using a newer version of the plugin, some details may have changed. Please refer to our wiki for the latest! LiteSpeed Cache can store pages in a public cache, in private caches, and via...

    The best Optimized SEO for Your WordPress Blog & settings – SmartCrawl

    Search Engine Optimization. If you want anyone to be able to find your website, SEO is a big deal. There are many services and plugins for WordPress that claim to give you a leg up in your SEO efforts. Today, we’re going to use a plugin called SmartCrawl to...

    How To Open Multiple Websites Using A Desktop Shortcut

    Need to open numerous sites at the same time in a press of a catch? Your Windows can do it with a fast work area alternate route. In the event that you are working with various sites without a moment’s delay, this alternate way will get you out permitting...

    Microsoft tests CPU and looking over fixes for Chromium on Windows 10

    Recently, Microsoft exchanged Edge program to Chromium, which likewise controls Google Chrome, Brave and different programs. Microsoft is effectively working with rival Google on open-source Chromium venture and the organization has just tended to unpleasant zones in Google Chrome, including battery utilization, availability instruments, and engineer apparatuses. With Microsoft commencing the...

    EXPLAINED: How to apply for a visa to France

    Getting a French visa is a complicated affair and navigating the rules regulating the process can be something of a headache. Hopefully, this step-by-step guide will make things a little easier. Before jumping on a plane to France, non-European citizens will often need to apply for a visa. US citizens, Canadians,...

    How to install ImageMagick on Centos7

    ImageMagick is a free software suite used for editing, creating, composing, or converting bitmap images. By using ImageMagick, it is easy to read and write images in so many formats like GIF, JPEG, PNG, Postscript, and TIFF.ImageMagick is also used to resize, flip, mirror, rotate, distort, shear and transform...

    SSL Troubles: How to Resolve Mixed Content Warnings

    Building a website consists of a varied number of steps, depending on the owner, creator, manager, type of site, and audience. Everyone cares about security and wants a positive user experience. No one likes to see “site down” error messages or web browser warnings. Below, you can learn about serving secure...