Solopreneurs and companies are constantly in search of a better all-around hosting package with more features and perks. What this means is that website transfers to new hosting providers happen every day.
This post will give you an expert step-by-step guide to explain the process of transferring your website to a new hosting provider. Continue reading
HTML websites have been around much longer than WordPress websites but the latter has gained more popularity than the former for certain reasons. The most important reason is low cost. Not many website owners like to go through hundreds of lines of codes. It is not fun at all. But that is how HTML websites are managed. Continue reading
Switching web hosts is a virtual likeness to moving to a new residence. There are specific actions you must take in order to experience a successful move.
One of the best things you can do if you are moving your current site to another web host is to create a site migration plan. An effective site migration plan will enable you to switch hosts without experiencing long periods of down time and losing valuable data. Here are a few dos and don’ts of switching to a new web host. Continue reading
So, you’ve finally done it. You’ve set up your WordPress site and now you’re committed to posting content and uploading new images daily. Slowly but surely, you watch your daily page hits increase and your RSS subscriptions grow. Everything is going smoothly. Continue reading
Like many other business-related services, finding a reliable web host can be a herculean task. With the market awash with service providers who promise to deliver 99 percent uptime, knowledgeable customer support, and unlimited resources, you need to be keen so that you can choose a provider who addresses your specific web hosting needs. Below are five crucial ideas on how to choose a web host. Continue reading
WordPress is by far the most common content management system (CMS) in use. This is no surprise, really, and the proliferation of blogs and websites shows it to be true. The platform launched in 2003 and caught on fast.
Now, however, many new platforms have come into being, among them Drupal and Joomla, the latter of which emerged two years after WordPress in 2005. This CMS has become popular for its multiple capabilities, which makes it ideal with developing technology. Still, Joomla serves as a disadvantage in light of its various complexities, and, as a result, many of its users are migrating to other platforms, especially WordPress. Continue reading
WordPress makes building and maintaining websites so easy, even your grandmother could do it. Well, maybe not that far. But still, the amazing blogging platform has transformed the way we craft unique pages for the Web. Everybody from The New York Times, CNN, Snoop Dogg, and other major powerhouses in the world of news, media, and entertainment use WordPress to host their domains. Because of this ease of use, one could build a professional looking site in little to no time. But what happens when you become dissatisfied with your current Web host and want to transfer everything over to a new host? WordPress makes it easy as well. Continue reading
Most hosting companies would have you believe that migrating to a new host is a process that is fraught with traps and that you’re better off staying put than searching for greener pastures. The truth is that if you plan your migration right, you can suffer little to no downtime. The biggest issue with a migration is if you have a complex member-based site that uses a large database to store your data. Even then, you can still minimize the impact to your visitors if you know what to expect ahead of time before you migrate to a new host. Here are 10 common misconceptions on web host migration. Continue reading
You may be thinking about transferring one of your existing websites from the Drupal content management system to the WordPress CMS. Before you begin the process, though, there are a few damaging mistakes that you should attempt to avoid during the Drupal to WordPress migration. This list goes over five of the most common mistakes encountered when migrating a Drupal site to WordPress, and what you can do to prevent them from ever surfacing. Continue reading
If you operate a website that runs on WordPress, it’s almost always just a matter of time before you’re going to want to move the posts you’ve created to another place. There are a lot of reasons to migrate WordPress data. If you’ve moved your site to new hosting solution, it’s a given that you’ll need to do so. Over time, your site may fall behind in updates or become clogged with plug-ins to the point that cleaning up and starting over is the best option. There’s also the simply benefit of having the data saved locally within a backup copy. It’s important to learn the process ahead of time so you’re not in a jam trying to handle it when you really need to pull it off. Here are the key points you need to keep in mind. Continue reading