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Each mailbox you create for your needs will be protected from unwanted messages in real time. SpamExperts is an industry leading anti-spam tool we provide across all our servers.

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The time that your page takes to load is integral to keeping your visitors online and happy. All our servers are using Solid-State drives (SSD) as a foundation for their performance thus providing 20x times faster page load time.

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Memcached is caching engine used to speed up dynamic, database-driven websites by caching data and objects in RAM to reduce their load time -  you get it preinstalled on your account and ready for storing up to  256MB cache.

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WordPress faq

Yes. All of our servers cover the system requirements of WordPress script. By doing this you can simply deploy your files and start working on your website.

WordPress application is a open source platform, suitable for all kinds of websites, capable to satisfy even the smallest detail of every customer. Additionally, WordPress is free to use, which makes it even more preferred.

Whether you create your WordPress website yourself or turn to a development company, you will end up saving a lot of money. Not only is the actual software free to use, but there are plenty of free resources connected to WordPress, from themes to plugins, there are many free alternatives for those who want to save money and with that, to optimize their websites with all latest features.

Uploading themes and plugins in your WordPress application may be the one of the most fast and easy processes, if you choose to develop your website, using this platform.

The are few simple and fundamental steps, which are default ones, when it comes to installation of some plugin or a template in the application. First and most important is to download the requested plugin/theme, which in the most common cases are compressed in ZIP file. Afterwards, you will need to access your administration area, navigate to Plugins or Themes section and upload the ZIP file. Afterwards, the application will automatically install it and with that, you are ready to go.

However, it is a good practice to check every plugin/theme after you install it, in order to make sure that everything is functioning properly.

Like most of the decent applications around the web, WordPress offers the feature WordPress MU, which the multi-user version of the application. This feature is ideal for people, who want to set up a large network of blogs and manage them fast and easy. WordPress MU is also used by newspapers, magazines, blog networks, universities and large companies, running corporate blogging systems behind firewalls.

WordPress MU plugins and themes are controlled by the central super administrator and unlike the single-user version of WordPress, individual WPMU bloggers cannot upload their own plugins and themes. These users can only select from the ones, which are selected ass available by the system administrator. Individual themes can be made available to all blogs or just to specific ones.

Usually, in this case the user can access to the administration area of the application and the main page of the blog. The issue can be encountered when you try to access single posts and then - you will see the 404 Not Found.

 However, there is nothing to worry about, because all of your post are still in your application and they did not disappear - they have become miss-configured. The good news are that there is a very quick and easy solution for that case, which is related with the Permalinks of your application.

In order to resolve it, you will need to access to your administration area, navigate to Settings > Permalinks and reset the permalinks of the application. First, remember what is the current option for the permalinks, then click on the Default option and then click save. Afterwards, select again the option, that was in first place and then, click save again. With that, your Permalinks have been updated and your posts are live again.

In that case, it is almost sure that one of the newly installed plugins or ever your template has caused the white screen of death (WSOD).

The fastest way to troubleshoot this issue is to access to your administration area, navigate to Plugins and then, simply start to disable one-by-one the newly installed plugins and parallel with that, check your home page with every disable that you have made. In that case, you will determine which is the troublesome plugin and remove it, because it will be probably incompatible with the application. As to the template, navigate to Themes and  simply reset it by activating one of the default themes and check your home page again.

It is very important to check every plugin/theme before activating them in your website, because a lot of them, may be either incompatible(version) or with unknown origin.

Every website owner can optimize his website with a few extra plugins and with that, to provide his customers with better experience, when they visit his web-store. In WordPress, the best way to optimize your application is to install cache plugin, which will increase the performance of the website significantly.

Caching plugins can achieve that by creating a static version of your website content and deliver it to your visitors. This will reduce your page loading time and you would see an improvement in overall website performance of around ten times.

Everyone wants to have something in his website, which no one can see elsewhere and for that reason, he is ready to pay a little extra cash. Given that fact, we are talking about the premium themes for WordPress which are amazing.

Every premium theme for WordPress have installation steps/tutorial, which is located in the ZIP file of the theme. Its is very important to follow these steps during the installation, because your website will end up with different look compared to the demo version in the website of the vendor template.

If after installation, your website does not look like it should be, this means that you have missed the demo content, which in this case it’s a XML file, which is located in the ZIP file of the theme and just needs to be imported in the application. To achieve that, access your admin area, navigate to Tools > Import  and import the XML file. Note that you will need to import the file with WordPress importer and if not installed, you will need to install it first.

WordPress is one of the most used and preferred applications around the world, which makes it more vulnerable to hacker attacks and injecting malicious content in the files of the application, sometimes even in the database.

The good news are that WordPress is releasing new versions almost every single month in which are upgraded all security protocols of the application alongside with the features and options of the application.

Out-dating of your application may be crucial to your website and in the most common cases, the attack is let by a plugin or template with unknown origin which injects your application files with malicious code, making it unresponsive. For that reason, it’s recommended to upgrade your WordPress every time, when new version is released.

The most common case, when this can happen is when you have installed new plugin, which for some reason has changed the permissions of your uploads/ folder of the application and for that reason, the application would not allow any uploads within.

However, there is a fast way to resolve this case. In order to do it, access your cPanel account > File Manager > Navigate to the root folder of the application and change the permission of the /uploads/ folder in the wp-content/ folder to 755. The next step that you need to perform is to set the permissions for the /files/ folder in the /upload/ folder to 644.

Performing the above mentioned steps should resolve the issue with the uploads of your application.  

For some reason, you have lost your WordPress admin password, and you have tried to enter your username or email address in the "Lost your password?" page, but you have failed to receive any link to create a new password via email.

There is a quick solution about resetting your WordPress password, simply by following the below steps:

First, you will need to access your cPanel account > PHPMyAdmin and select your WordPress database, which in most cases looks like -> username_wp321. Afterwards, locate the table /wp_users/ and in it, find your your username and click Edit. Reset your password by inserting a new value into user_pass.but remember, it is case-sensitive. Once you completed this, click the dropdown menu under Function, and choose MD5 from the menu.The final step is to click the Go button at the bottom of the page and you are ready.