Bluehost cloud hosting (also known as cloud sites) allows you to host your website on the Bluehost cloud, automatically mirroring your data across three distinct devices. This means if there is any hardware issue at one, Bluehost’s failover technology will automatically designate one copy of your website to keep functioning while the other two copies work to rebuild. In this article, I will review Bluehost cloud hosting, its benefits and compare their plans so you can decide whether you wish to move your website to the cloud sites.
WordPress 4.9 is in beta 1 now and is slated for release on November 14. It contains some major improvements in the customizer such as – new gallery widget, schedule customizer changes, Add media button in the text widget, syntax highlighting in CSS editor etc. In this article, I will show you all the major features that are getting shipped with the upcoming WordPress 4.9.
As you may have heard thousands of webmasters, developers and entrepreneurs have been moving from GoDaddy to a different host in the last couple of years. They were so tired that they started searching for GoDaddy alternatives and many didn’t hesitate to switch to expensive hosting either. The main reasons why there were so exhausted were GoDaddy’s expensive renewal plans, cheap overloaded servers, and poor customer service. In this “GoDaddy Alternatives” review, I’m going to compare some of the web hosting alternatives to GoDaddy.
Jetpack 5.4 includes a new field in its Contact Form editor and makes display improvements to comments and how they integrate with themes. It also adds a new search feature (currently, in beta, that Jetpack Professional customers can help test) and welcome screens for users on paid plans.
Once you have registered your domain, signed up for a web hosting like SiteGround or bluehost and installed WordPress, you can begin designing your website on your domain. In part 3 of the series “How to Build a WordPress Website from Scratch“, I’m going to show you how you can get started with a brand new WordPress website.
If you have a domain and hosting account but you haven’t got WordPress installed on your domain, this tutorial will help you configure it. It will also be helpful for users who couldn’t follow the instructions in my previous article on how to get WordPress preinstalled on your web hosting account.
Having your own web presence is essential in today’s online world. Everyone now seems to have their own pages on sites such as Facebook, Twitter, and many other social networks. But the problem is that these free site-building services can come and go, change the rules without notice, and impose restrictions. Some free services can shut your site down if they don’t approve your content.
“cURL error 60: SSL certificate problem: unable to get local issuer certificate” is a common error that occurs when your website tries to communicate with an external API via HTTPS and the SSL certificate on the server is not verified or properly configured. Although this error can be seen on any server you are more likely to see this issue on a localhost environment running on wampp/xampp.
WooCommerce is a widely used free e-commerce/store plugin for WordPress. It comes with various shortcodes that can be used to customize your online store such as the interface, checkout functionality, product listing etc. In this article, I made a list of all the WooCommerce shortcodes and their usage so that new/advanced users can take full benefits from WooCommerce.
WP Login Form is a login form plugin for WordPress that allows you to embed a simple login form into a post, page or the sidebar with an easy-to-use shortcode. This is very useful for websites that are managed by multiple WordPress users or run a membership/affiliate platform. With this login form, a user/member/affiliate can quickly login to WordPress and manage their account.