New Price Plans And New Features for 360 Monitoring

For the coming months in 2022, we plan to provide many more new advanced functions and solutions, so keep reading to find out more.By the end of the year, we plan additional features such as log monitoring, blocklist monitoring, advanced site monitoring, and application performance management (APM). An often-requested function is finally in the pipeline. Realtime Blackhole Lists or RBL can influence whether an email will arrive in the recipient’s

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Patchstack And Site Vulnerability – Plesk

To make the internet a safer place for all, WP Toolkit is now introducing an automated vulnerability scan based on the vulnerability database provided by our partners at Patchstack. Every hour we’re checking if there are any plugins, themes, or WordPress sites on a given server with known vulnerabilities. We are also fetching information about new vulnerabilities from the vulnerability database on an hourly basis. Once a vulnerability is detected,

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How Can You Resolve Mixed Content Warnings in WordPress Easily?

Is your WordPress website displaying the ‘mixed content’ warning? Don’t panic. This warning can strike on any site even if you have installed a Secure Socket Layer (SSL) certificate. The mixed content warning does not stop your site from showing content on a page, but it can have a negative effect on your site’s SEO ranking. That’s why you should resolve it as soon as possible. Luckily, that’s pretty easy.

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What Is Cloudflare And How To Use it With Your Site?

Cloudflare is a Content Delivery Network (CDN), but it’s also a firewall and a performance layer for websites. It offers a multitude of features and enhancements (available at extra cost) and developers think it’s great, so let’s explore what they like so much about this service. Asset caching Caching your non-dynamic assets after they’ve first been requested will reduce the load on your server, one of the benefits that Cloudflare

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Podcast | Women in Tech: The Importance of Testing with Anne McCarthy

In this Episode: How to Test Software and Engage in Testers Outside of the Contributing Community Anne provides a ton of great insight into the current state of web development and full site editing, how it affects her approach as a tester, and what we, as developers, should be thinking about.  One of the most important points Anne makes is to not be attached to your work. Encourage critiquing and

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After WordCamp Europe 2022 – Plesk

Speaker: Adam Silverstein, Justin Ahinon Adam Silverstein is a Developer Relations Engineer at Google, as well as an image component maintainer and WordPress core committe. Justin Ahinon is an expert WordPress developer. On a daily basis, Justin works at Yoast, where he endeavors to offer valuable contributions to Open Source projects. Regardless of the source, your homepage is probably the most visited page of your site. Make sure it does

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WordPress Firewalls: A Complete Guide

Hackers have increasingly sophisticated tools at their disposal, which is why your WordPress website may be more vulnerable to attack than ever. But keeping your site secure can be incredibly time-consuming if you try to handle it all yourself. That’s why automated software could be just what you need. Fortunately, you can take advantage of a WordPress firewall designed to automatically defend your website. Both human hackers and bots will

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WP Toolkit 5.11 Release Now Available

While gathering feedback left and right, we quickly realized that Site Administrators are often still confused about how to proceed with the Smart Updates feature. ‘What are we supposed to look at?’ was one of the concerns rising to the foreground. Indeed, much of the screen estate, the space available on screen, was primarily eaten up by screenshots. And this while the actual data about ‘identified issues’ was tucked away

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What are the Key Differences?

MySQL and Microsoft SQL Server (MSSQL) are two of the most popular enterprise database systems in the world. MySQL is an open-source relational database management system (RDBMS), and MSSQL Server is an RDBMS developed by Microsoft. Enterprises can pick from several editions of MSSQL Server based on their budget and unique requirements. But database administrators (DBAs) and programmers should consider how MySQL and MSSQL Server differ before they choose one

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Revamped Website Creation in Plesk

So, the next screen is similar to the old one, just waaay better. First, I need to type in the domain name of my website. But what if I don’t have a domain name yet? Where can I get one? What if a domain name isn’t important to me at this stage? Can I continue and assign one later? What if I want to quickly show a potential client that

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