What is a Canonical tag?

To put it simply a canonical tag is an HTML tag used to indicated to search engines that similar URLs are actually the very same page. The canonical tag is added to pages using a link element in the HEAD of the HTML document.

If two URLs contain the same canonical tag this indicates to search engines to index the pages as a single entry. Continue reading “What is a Canonical tag?”

Checking Liquid Web Services Status

Liquid Web promises you a 100% uptime guarantee for your servers and services, and we hold to our promises by offering the most competitive SLA credits in the industry. You can read about our promise to you in our Terms of Service. But sometimes, bad things happen. Never fear! You can check the status of all services online at Liquid Web. Checking the status will help you troubleshoot and make sure that a service is really down, or if another issue is preventing you from reaching your sites and services.
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What to expect for a Windows Server Migration?

If you ever need to upgrade the hardware on your Windows server, Liquid Web’s Windows team is happy to help you through the migration process. While it is not the most simple process, keeping in communication with our Heroic Support teams will help make things go smoothly. Before beginning a Windows server migration it’s a good idea to familiarize yourself with the overall process so you know what to expect.

Things to Consider

There are a few things to keep in mind when starting a migration. Review the items listed here to make sure you’re prepared for the process. Continue reading “What to expect for a Windows Server Migration?”

Kickass VPS Acquisition FAQ

Who is Liquid Web?

  • Liquid Web has been a leader in hosting for 20 years.
  • Five geographically diverse data centers serving 32,000 customers globally.
  • Certified technicians available 24/7/365 ready to assist you however you want – phone, chat, online.
  • Experienced leadership and sound financial backing from one of the most respected private equity firms in the world – Madison Dearborn Partners.
  • The best customer service in the web hosting industry. We are incredibly proud of our industry-leading customer satisfaction scores as measured by our six-month average Net Promoter Score of 71 – higher than any other hosting provider!

What can Liquid Web do for you?

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Featured Video: How to Add a Site to Liquid Web’s Managed WordPress

In this Knowledge Base article we feature a tutorial video provided by AJ Morris, our Managed WordPress product manager. In this video AJ will show us how simple it is to set up a site in your Managed WordPress Portal.

Whether you’re building a site from scratch or migrating one over, this will be a great place to start. Continue reading “Featured Video: How to Add a Site to Liquid Web’s Managed WordPress”

Navigating Your Settings Page in Managed WordPress Portal

The Settings page for Managed WordPress Portal gives you access to change your profile and billing information, changing the timezone for your dashboard, and the ability to view your passphrase for authenticating your account when contacting our Heroic support team. Continue reading “Navigating Your Settings Page in Managed WordPress Portal”

Using Bulk Optimization in Managed WordPress Portal

One of the biggest reasons for poor web page performance, are images being added to sites that are far larger than needed. Managed WordPress Portal partnered with TinyPNG to provide a solution for site slowness due to over-sized photos. The Compress JPEG & PNG images plugin from TinyPNG is included in your hosting package, free of charge. This plugin allows you to be proactive and solve the technical burden of getting your site to load up quickly.

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Using Cloudflare with Your Managed WordPress Portal

If you have enabled Cloudflare for a site in your Managed WordPress Portal, you may run into an issue where you are unable to update the domain name. When you attempt to change the domain name to the one you want visible to the customer, an error message will show in your site dashboard. Continue reading “Using Cloudflare with Your Managed WordPress Portal”

Using the Visual Comparison Tool in Managed WordPress Portal

Managed WordPress Portal provides you an easy way to view the visual changes to your website when you update plugins. With the Visual Comparison Tool, your Managed WordPress Portal will create a staging site, update your plugins and give you the ability to see what changes (if any) the plugin update made to your site before it goes live. If there are no visual changes to the site, your plugins will automatically update on the live site. Continue reading “Using the Visual Comparison Tool in Managed WordPress Portal”