Over 80 Lectures and 9 Hours of Video
One of the most comprehensive WordPress courses available. The course deals with setting up a secure, hardened and optimized VPS and then installing and administering WordPress on the VPS. Continue reading “The Definitive WordPress Course”
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Once you have setup your VPS and secured SSH with public / private key authentication, we need to find an easy way to manage the private keys.
This is where we start using Pageant. This is especially true when you start administering numerous virtual private servers.
This video will show you how to manage your private keys using Pageant. Pageant is for Windows only. MACOSX users, you need to create a “config” file. How to create a “config file” will be covered in the next video. Continue reading “Using Pageant for SSH Key Management”
Summary of Course Contents
At any stage if you have a problem with any section, visit our support forum and we will gladly hope you. The course is comprehensive but it is aimed at the absolute beginner. Continue reading “Definitive WordPress Course Contents”
Shared Hosting Sucks!!!
When your WordPress site becomes popular and starts to make demands on the server resources, your shared web host will suspend your account. Its time to move away from shared hosting.
That’s one of the few guarantees in life you can be assured of! Continue reading “Shared Hosting”
There are only a few commands that you need to know to administer a VPS using Ubuntu or Debian. All commands are typed using Putty or Terminal.
With practice, you will be able to setup a VPS or Dedicated Server in around 20 minutes. Using these commands you are able to secure, install, harden and optimize a server. Continue reading “The Command Line”
What is a VPS?
A VPS is a physical dedicated server that has been split up into multiple virtual servers using virtualization software. When you purchase a VPS you are buying a certain amount of server resources that are guaranteed for your use only. As each VPS operates independently from each other no other user on the server has access to your data. An unmanaged VPS means that your host is responsible for the hardware and network connection, you are responsible for everything else. Continue reading “VPS Hosting”
A VPS is the ideal hosting platform if you are planning to run WordPress, Joomla, Drupal or any other content managment system as the basis of your site.
You need to ask yourself a few questions and do a little research before you decide on a VPS. Continue reading “Choosing a VPS Host”