Managed Hosting vs VPS Hosting

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In this article, we will discover managed hosting, VPS hosting, and dedicated hosting, how they compare and differ from each other, as well as the pros and cons of each. These concepts aren’t mutually exclusive; we hope to provide you a better idea of what to look for in a hosting solution.

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Serverless vs. FaaS: A Beginner’s Guide

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In this guide, we will compare Serverless Computing versus Function As A Service (FaaS). We will be discussing some of the similarities as well as some of the differences between the two options.

In the early 2000s, when building a web application or service, a full team was needed to develop, deploy, configure, and maintain the software. Many companies performed all of these tasks in house. The decisions they often faced included: 

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How Do I Setup W3 Total Cache In WordPress 2019?

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Do You Need W3TC?

The short answer is an overwhelming Yes!

W3 Total Cache is currently the best WordPress plugin for cache-based, performance optimization. W3 Total Cache improves the overall speed of your site by caching multiple elements on your pages which improves the overall responsiveness of your webserver.

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Best Practices For Changing Your Email Marketing Provider

Reading Time: 3 minutesIf you are using one of our Managed application platforms like ManagedWooComerce or Managed WordPress, now may be an optimal time to look into switching your email provider to a different service.

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MailChimp made a change earlier in the year to become more of a marketing platform, which was also accompanied by a pricing increase in their plans. Due to this change, we have reviewed several reliable options which may make choosing a replacement easier! We considered three other services which may be a better alternative; they are EmailOctopus, Moosend, and MailBuster. 

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How To Delete Post Revisions using WP-CLI

Reading Time: 2 minutesThere may be times when you need to clean up post revisions created on your site. This is possible, using the commands already available in WP-CLI.

WP-CLI has a wp post delete command which can be used to delete post revisions. Post revisions are changes made to content on your site, over time those post revisions on your site can mount up. The following directions assume you are using one of Liquid Web’s Managed WordPress or Managed WooCommerce products. You can also use these techniques with other WordPress installations, just be sure to run the commands from the primary WordPress installation folder.

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What are Common Commands to Update WordPress Using WP-CLI?

Reading Time: 2 minutesWP-CLI is a very handy set of commands. You can run anything that you would run in wp-admin on a WordPress site but from the command line. Useful commands which WP-CLI employs to keep WordPress core updated plugins including the default themes which come with WordPress.

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Fixing WordPress Errors

Reading Time: 5 minutesLet’s face it. At some point, while running your WordPress site, you will run into issues and errors and may ultimately have to ask yourself…

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Managed WordPress – Frequently Asked Questions

Reading Time: 3 minutesWe have collected some of the most common questions that customers ask about our Managed WordPress Hosting platform and housed them in one place.

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A Beginner’s Guide to Managed WordPress

Reading Time: 7 minutesThank you for choosing Managed WordPress at Liquid Web! We hope this guide will help you get started in making the most of your experience with the Managed WordPress Portal. There are some great features in the portal, and we’ve worked hard to make sure site maintenance is a cinch. Continue reading “A Beginner’s Guide to Managed WordPress”

Adding a Site in Your Managed WordPress Portal

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Note: The instructions in this tutorial are for the Managed WordPress Portal client, these instructions do not apply if you have a Liquid Web WordPress Server Optimized Template account.

Adding a site in Managed WordPress portal is an easy process that just takes a few steps. Whether you’re adding a site to get ready to migrate your site over to your dashboard or creating a site from scratch, the steps in this tutorial will walk you through how to add a new site to your dashboard.

  1. Log into your Managed WordPress portal.
  2. Click Create/Import New Site at the upper right-hand corner of the page. 
    Note:
    Managed WordPress plans have a maximum limit of sites allowed. You can see how many sites are left at the top of your portal home page. If you need to increase the number of sites, contact our Heroic Support team and they will be happy to help you.
  3. Enter the site nickname and your email address. 
    Note:
    The site nickname (short name) is a nickname to help you organize your sites from the home page of your Managed WordPress portal.
  4. If you are creating this site from a stencil you made of another site, use the drop-down menu to choose the stencil you want to build from. 
  5. Click on Create Site to start the creation process. 
  6. Your site will begin creating. 
  7. When it is complete, you will see the new site added to the list on your home page.