Is your website slowing to a crawl? It could be due to increased traffic or poor shared server performance. Whatever the cause, how do you know when it’s time to set up a dedicated server?
A decline in performance is the most common sign that a move to a dedicated server would benefit your site. An increase in traffic may cause that performance decline, but traffic isn’t the only thing that can slow down a site. Continue reading “Setting Up Dedicated Server Hosting”
China will begin enforcing a countrywide plastic ban that will begin phasing out single-use plastic by 2025. The proposed plan will have larger cities start phasing out the plastics by the end of the year, but give smaller towns a longer grace period before they must do so as well.
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Microsoft has an ambitious goal of going carbon negative by 2030. And by 2050, it will remove all of the carbon the company has released into the atmosphere. For many companies, this would be a pipe dream, but for Microsoft, it is a real possibility.
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If you have a small business or plan on starting one, you probably already know that you are going to need to make a website. Having a website allows you to take your business to a much larger audience. However, it can be difficult to choose the best small business web hosting company.
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If you are on the market for a hosting plan or looking to change from a shared host to something else, then VPS Hosting may be the way to go for you. Let’s discuss some of the benefits of VPS hosting vs Shared Hosting.
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Bootstrap and WordPress seems like a natural pairing. Both are designed to hide a lot of under-the-hood technical stuff beneath a user-friendly (more or less) interface or framework.
But they weren’t made to integrate with each other, so using Bootstrap isn’t as easy as installing a WordPress theme or plugin. Continue reading “How to Use Bootstrap with WordPress”
The Earth’s biodiversity is at risk and new goals have been written in the Zero Draft. This is a framework of the post-2020 global biodiversity framework. According to the new goals, a third of Earth’s species will need protection and we need to cut pollution by half.
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Fort Worth is the second city I visited in the United States that was having a WordCamp this year. It was a last-minute thing as I was planning to go to WordCamp Panama. But after a quick meeting with the GreenGeeks crew, we decided I had to go to Dallas instead. Continue reading “WordCamp Dallas – Fort Worth 2019”
The New Jersey state parks are extremely thankful for the thousands of Christmas trees that were donated. These trees will help the dune system at Island Beach State Park recover from Hurricane Sandy.
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Knowing how to verify that your site is running on a dedicated server is a valuable tool. If you’re paying a premium for a dedicated server, you want to be sure that’s what you’re getting.
If you see performance indicators that lead you to believe you may be on a virtual server, that’s a problem that can lead to the disruption of moving to a new server or host.
But before making any drastic moves, it’s important to be sure that your site is indeed running on a VPS and not a dedicated server. So let’s take a look at the server information that can provide clues as to whether your server is hardware or virtual. Continue reading “How to Verify if a Dedicated Server is Really Dedicated”