WPMU DEV 2019 Q3 Roadmap Roundup…It’s Getting Better all the Time

We’ve reached the 7th edition of our Quarterly Roadmap Roundup, and it’s crazy to see the massive growth we’ve experienced in just two short years since launching the public-facing roadmap. Of course, you can view the progress we are making on your favorite plugins and services at any time, but we stop to look ahead, …

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SiteGround vs Bluehost: Which Should You Choose for Your Hosting Needs?

Maybe you’re thinking about building a website, and you’re trying to determine which hosting company will best serve your needs. Perhaps you’ve already created one or more websites, and you’re considering a change in hosting services. As we compare two of the top contenders in the industry, SiteGround vs. Bluehost, we’ll dig deep into the …

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Weekly WordPress News: Static WordPress Hosting & Hosting powered by Docker containers

Howdy, folks. It was a quiet week in the WordPress world. No new plugin vulnerabilities, no major releases… But if you’ve ever felt that WordPress’ Dashicon selection was a little overly restrictive, you’re going to get a pleasant surprise in WordPress 5.2. Beyond that, we dig into 2 types of WordPress hosting: static WordPress Hosting …

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What is Static WordPress Hosting? Pros/Cons and How to Get Started

Heard of this thing called “static WordPress hosting”? Wondering whether going static is right for your site? Whether you have no idea what static WordPress hosting is or you already know the basics, this post will help fill in the details, as well as help you figure out whether or not static hosting is right …

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How to Host WordPress on DigitalOcean Yourself (Even If You’re Not a Techie)

For the longest time, I’ve been fascinated with hosting WordPress on DigitalOcean by myself. I’ve seen people sharing pictures of how fast their tiny $5 per month Droplet was loading WordPress for billions of requests and I got those jealous pangs deep in my gut. But there was always a problem… I have no idea what …

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Convesio is the future of WordPress hosting you’ve always wanted

This is a guest post written by Alex Denning. Imagine this: You’ve been working hard to build up your agency, and have steadily accrued a decent portfolio of clients. But naturally, as your business grows, so does the pressure. Then one Sunday night, your phone rings and it’s a major client. Reluctantly, you take the …

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How to User Gmail to Send WordPress Emails

By default, WordPress uses the mail function in PHP, which is sufficient for the few emails that a new or small WordPress site needs to send. When your email volume increases, you’ll start to notice email delivery issues. You’ll need to switch over to a third party provider such as Gmail at this point. In …

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