If you are using CloudFlare and Config Server and Firewall (CSF) then you may wonder how to whitelist the CloudFlare IP’s since CSF has a few different allow and ignore locations. According to CloudFlare post on “How do I whitelist CloudFlare’s IPs in .htaccess?“, at the bottom of this knowledge base article it states: Please […]
Apache Server Status is a handy module which will display detailed information on the performance of your Apache web server. First, make sure you have the mod_status module enabled. In Webmin, browse to “Server”, then “Apache”. Choose the “Global Configuration” tab, and go to “Configure Apache Modules”. Then hit the “Enable Selected Modules” button, then […]
Aug 6, Google shows 7,092 pages indexed for the site. Aug 7 (10 pm), changed a site over to HTTPS and redirected all pages. Aug 9, large spike in Google-bot crawler activity. Aug 9 showing 2 pages indexed. Aug 11 showing 899 pages indexed.
Dear adBrite Publisher, Over the last few weeks, adBrite and its management have been evaluating the go-forward plan for the business. Given market conditions and certain financial liabilities, in working with our lenders, we have decided to cease operations on Feb 1, 2013. This is a difficult decision for all of us at adBrite. However, […]
When you are selling a WordPress site, there are some important steps to take. You don’t want them to have a password or an email address that you might have also used on another blog.
With the incredible growth that WordPress has seen, I am predicting it is only a matter of time before WordPress has its own version of Apache, along with some type of database. (maybe custom SQLite) WordPress will evolve beyond just software running on web server or platform. It will become the web server and platform in one.
Does BlueHost have a file limit? Many hosts like this say “Unlimited” everywhere, but is it really unlimited?
EMD is an Exact Match Domain
As you are aware, —— is working toward migrating services from its existing data center to a new data center facility. These changes will allow us to operate with an improved hardware infrastructure. During the originally scheduled date (—– –th), —— encountered some technical issues. Due to these issues, we made the decision to roll […]
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If you are using permalinks like ” /%postname%/” and you have a category base name that happens to match a page name, any sub-pages under that page will return “not found” 404 messages.
Look at the Ad’s below. They are Google Adsense ads, however where is the “Ads by Google” label that is required?