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Enabling CloudFlare (Flexible) SSL On WordPress

Enabling CloudFlare (Flexible) SSL On WordPress

iControlWP have published a useful article, “WordPress CloudFlare Flexible SSL – Making It Work” explaining what CloudFlare Flexible SSL is and how to make it work using a plugin. “Step-by-Step How To: Enabling CloudFlare (Flexible) SSL On WordPress If you want this to work, and you don’t want to break your site, read all these […]

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Integrating Cloudflare With WordPress

Integrating Cloudflare With WordPress

Jordon Rupp a WordPress developer writing on jordonrupp.com has posted a very useful article, (How To Set Up Cloudflare With WordPress: Complete Guide), showing how to speed up and optimise WordPress sites with Cloudflare “If you’re like most WordPress site owners and implementers, security and performance are two topics that are dear to your heart. […]

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Building a Hosting Business with WordPress Multisite

Building a Hosting Business with WordPress Multisite

Rachel McCollin writing on wpmudev. has published an interesting article “How to Build a Hosting Business with WordPress Multisite”. “Multisite has the potential to support a successful WordPress business because it lets you or your clients add as many sites as needed to one WordPress installation, which makes managing all those sites incredibly easy – […]

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Liquid Web Brings Innovation Back to Managed WordPress Hosting

Liquid Web, a $100 million managed hosting provider focused on web-dependent professionals, brings innovation back to the world of managed WordPress hosting with the addition of a new visual comparison tool, automatic SSL and other capabilities expected to benefit customers. A recent Liquid Web survey shows strong demand for managed WordPress hosting among designers, developers […]

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