In our previous article we covered the basics of securing a WordPress installation via the .htaccess file. In this article we move on to optimisation of a WordPress environment via the .htaccess file, including content compression, browser caching, URL redirecting and multiple domain settings.
WordPress is probably the most popular CMS (content management system) on the internet – over 70 million sites run on either wordpress.com or the self-hosted open source version. As a result of it’s popularity, WordPress has become the target of hackers. However, there are a few simple tips you can follow to help secure your WordPress site by making changes to a key file – the “.htaccess” file.
JASSY Consultancy was recently asked to advise on which eCommerce solution a customer should use for their new online shop. After identifying their requirements we did some research on the various packages available to identify the best match for them.
Choosing a hosting provider for your web site can be a daunting task, especially if you are new to web site hosting. We hope that this article will enable you to set the groundwork for researching the appropriate hosting provider for your site.