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10 Useful Basic Linux Commands

10 Useful Basic Linux Commands

When you first start using Linux, it can be overwhelming to attempt to understand all of the commands available. Usually, users learn commands slowly, over time, until... read more »
Ryan Frankel
By: Ryan Frankel
7/28/2014
Who Makes WordPress?

Who Makes WordPress?

When someone talks about a free blogging and content management tool based on MySQL and PHP, the first thing that comes to mind is WordPress. For that matter, when people talk... read more »
Roberto Sanchez
By: Roberto Sanchez
7/24/2014
The SSL Store™: The Definitive Source for Your SSL Certificate

The SSL Store™: The Definitive Source for Your SSL Certificate

 The SSL Store™ has an amazing breadth of products to choose from that will suit virtually any SSL customer, small or large. Their customer sales and support staff is... read more »
Ryan Frankel
By: Ryan Frankel
7/17/2014
2014's WHIR Networking Events: Why You Need to Attend

2014's WHIR Networking Events: Why You Need to Attend

TL; DR The WHIR Networking Events are free to attend and are a fantastic place to meet executives and decision-makers in the web hosting industry. By including web hosting... read more »
Ryan Frankel
By: Ryan Frankel
7/16/2014
10 Essential cPanel Settings for Beginners

Top 10 Beginner cPanel Settings

New to cPanel? There is a lot to see, learn, and do when it comes to using this control panel for managing your website hosting. However, when you’re just starting out, it’s... read more »
Roberto Sanchez
By: Roberto Sanchez
7/14/2014
Version Control: Why You Can't Live Without It

Version Control: What It Is and Why You Can't Live Without It

If you use a computer, you’ve probably been faced with the issue of different versions of files. Whether it’s a matter of text files, data files, or program code you’ve been... read more »
Ryan Frankel
By: Ryan Frankel
7/10/2014
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