Now with CWP servers, you have the highest flexibility that you could ever imagine.
You can run different Web Servers Setup for each domain and even combine other servers and have many other possibilities. Read More
When you decide to switch from shared hosting to a VPS, the first question you will have is how much RAM and CPU is sufficient while keeping expenses low. Read More
Apache behind Nginx
Using Nginx as the primary frontend webserver can increase performance regardless if you choose to keep Apache running on the system. One of Nginx’s greatest advantage is how well it serves static content. It does so much more efficiently than Apache, and with very little cost to memory or processing. So placing Nginx in front will remove that burdern off Apache, leaving it to concentrate on dynamic request or special scenarios. Read More
This is how hosting worked in the old days…
Personalize Your Home Page
Use your favorite FTP application to move your website to the web server.
For an explanation about how to use an FTP application to transfer content to your server, please click here. Read More
When you start your blog, shared hosting works okay. In fact it would be a waste to pay for expensive hosting. When your site start making income, at a certain point it would make sense to upgrade to better hosting where your site doesn’t go down all the time. Read More