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6 Things Every Website Owner Must Know About IPv6

Are You Prepared for IPv6? Relax, you probably are – you just don’t know it. Even though this might sound like the latest pandemic, surviving IPv6 won’t require a single inoculation or even a booster shot. Why are we even … Continue reading

Using WordPress as a Content Management System

For non-ecommerce sites, one of the best simple CMS’s out there is WordPress. Yes, WordPress is the most popular blog software out there – but in reality, it does a whole lot more. Setting WordPress to Serve a Static Page … Continue reading

What the heck is an iNode and do I have an inode limit?

In computing, an iNode is a data structure on a file system that stores basic information about a regular file, directory, or other file system object. Each iNode has an number to identify it, and whenever you create a file … Continue reading

Joomla: Sometimes, even software feels vulnerable.

Joomla is an awesome CMS and lots of people use it. It’s also one of the most commonly exploited pieces of software we see. Securing Joomla can be a chore, and telling you how to do it completely is beyond … Continue reading

Load Impact: Stress Test Your Site for Free

Most web hosting companies won’t tell you about this little tool, and we are – which likely makes us either totally confident, or totally crazy. http://loadimpact.com/ is a site that offers stress testing for sites with a graphical output so … Continue reading