New visual comparison tool and automatic SSL address customer needs and pain points LANSING, Mich. – April 18, 2017 – 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 […]
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In the modern world of the Internet, software bugs are incredibly hard, if not impossible, to completely avoid. Generally these bugs are pretty benign: a page may not load, might be displayed incorrectly, or maybe the site is just completely down. Sure, those are major inconveniences, but the sites still exist and are safe from […]
When you think of your server’s security you probably think: ‘Is my site up to date?’, ‘Am I using any outdated plugins?’, or ‘Is my SSL certificate still valid?’. You’re probably not too concerned with your server’s kernel version or Operating System’s version. However, when it comes to vulnerabilities discovered in either one, it’s not […]
Developing a beautiful website that makes your client happy is goal #1. However, creating a great website doesn’t stop at aesthetics. You also want to set them up for success with a blazing fast site that will maximize conversions, improve rankings, and give your client’s visitors an amazing user experience. Improved page load time is […]
Written by: AJ Morris, Product Manager Liquid Web’s Managed WordPress Hosting is a highly optimized, extremely reliable managed WordPress service that comes preconfigured with the latest technologies to stand up to high traffic loads and serve your favorite e-commerce plugin out of the box. … And today, it’s about to get better!
WordCamp Jacksonville was last week, and our Heroes were out in full force. Take a look at our photos of the event. By the way – were you at WordCamp Jacksonville? If so, share a photo with us.
As the old cliche goes, time is money – and we know that your time is most profitably (and enjoyably) spent on new web projects. However, new projects inevitably become completed projects and maintenance projects. This ensures that your time will forever be split between building new websites for clients and maintaining already launched ones. […]
If you’ve been to any of the recent WordCamp events, then you’ve probably seen a few members of our team hanging around a booth that looks like this …
It’s nearly impossible to work in the web development space without being aware of the immense popularity of WordPress hosting, whether you use the platform yourself or not. It is an often trumpeted statistic that WordPress is, in fact, the most popular CMS. (We’ve even been guilty of adding to the cacophony of voices making […]