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How To Clear Your Browser Cache

Do you need to clear cache on a browser? We’ll help you tackle it step-by-step. So what is caching? Your browser will use caching to create a folder of information from all of the web pages that you have been on recently. This is really beneficial when you’re looking at web pages as it means you don’t have to wait […]

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Getting Your Website GDPR Compliant

Is your website compliant with the requirements of GDPR due to come in effect in May 2018? Here are 10 changes you need to make to your website now to stay on the right side of the law, and to keep your customers happy.   In this post, we want to cover specifically the narrow area of how to make your […]

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Adding Labels and Filters In Gmail

Keeping your email account organised can be a real nightmare and it’s easy to forget about important tasks when you need to continually look through pages of emails to find what you are looking for. Gmail allow users to create labels and filters in order to organise incoming and old emails into labels or folders which they are commonly known as. Setting […]

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How to disable IDLE processes generated by mail clients

The IDLE function (also known as IMAP push) is employed by almost every mail client. The idea is that the client should keep one connection / process opened and running, so when a new email is received on the server, it would “ping” the client, so the latter would show the email in the Inbox on your computer. However, in some […]

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Improving The SEO Of Your Blog Posts

Search engines love websites that are regularly updated with fresh content.  Monthly, weekly or even daily blog posts can provide a nice SEO boost to your website. However the topic you’re writing about is not the only aspect you should consider. You must also ensure that each of your blog posts are well written and search engine optimised. This guide […]

How to switch to a different PHP version?

SiteGround has implemented a unique server setup that allows each customer to choose which version of PHP to use for his / her account. What is more, the customer can even use different PHP versions for different directories in one and the same hosting account. The PHP versions currently supported are: PHP 5.3, PHP 5.4, PHP 5.5, PHP 5.6, PHP […]

How to transfer my WordPress from one host to another?

Transferring your WordPress application includes copying your files and database and modifying the wp-config.php file in your main WordPress folder. In wp-config.php you should change the MySQL settings: DB_NAME – here you should enter the name of the WordPress database, e.g. : define(‘DB_NAME’, ‘user_wrdp1’);    DB_USER – here you should enter the username with privileges to access the blog database, e.g. : define(‘DB_USER’, ‘user_wrdp1’);     DB_PASSWORD – the password […]

8 Best Practices For Canonicalization

Canonicalization sounds like a process for recognizing sainthood, or maybe a training course in aiming large projectile weapons. But it’s actually one of the most important aspects of organic SEO. Good canonicalization means search engines crawl more pages of your site; it means that link authority and PageRank get consolidated, so you have a stronger link profile; and it means […]

How to Limit WordPress Heartbeat To Lower Execution Numbers

WordPress 3.6 introduced the WordPress Heartbeat API – it allows your browser to communicate with the server when you’re logged into the WordPress admin panel. This functionality allows WordPress to handle things like showing other authors that a post is being edited by another user, plugins can hook up to those “ticks” and show you notifications in real time, etc. […]

DNS Zone Editor Tutorial

The DNS zone editors can be found under the Domains section. There are 2 possible options you can choose Advanced DNS Zone Editor and Simple DNS Zone Editor. There is no significant difference between them and in most cases you can use the Simple DNS Zone Editor. We will first describe its functionality and then address the additional options provided […]