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How to Fix “Composter detected issues in your platform” – Need PHP Extensions

Some times, your website went down due to a PHP error like below. Most likely, a certain plugin has been updated automatically. For my particular case, the problem came from the “Profile Builder”. The solution for this is easy. Getting the “bcmath” installed. That is it. In addition, I would like to set this plugin […]

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How to Enable Cloudflare Content Delivery Network (CDN) for Free and no Plug-in required

By: Brad Litwin Here’s how to set up Cloudflare for your website in three steps: Create a Cloudflare account and add your site. Update your domain name servers and choose a plan. Review your Cloudflare security settings. See below for detail. No one likes a slow website – that much is obvious. The problem is […]

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Configure Apache 2 to Control Browser Caching

Original: https://www.liquidweb.com/kb/how-to-configure-apache-2-to-control-browser-caching/ by Jason Potter | Updated: June 4, 2020Reading Time: 9 minutes Today we are configuring browser caching control on common Apache 2 Dedicated servers or VPS servers. Caching is a great tool to reduce server resource consumption, bandwidth utilization and provide a faster end-user experience to visitors. To get familiar with caching concepts, simply review our ‘What is Caching?’ tutorial. Preflight Check […]

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How To Move A WordPress Site Manually (No Plug-in And Phpmyadmin Required)

How To Move A WordPress Site Manually (No Plugin And Phpmyadmin Required)? This article is assuming both old and new server are ruing same software, like Apache, MySQL, PHP, etc. Step 1: Backup all files on the old server  /var/www  /etc/httpd  /etc/php.ini Step 2: check the exiting configures from wp-config.php define( ‘DB_NAME’, ‘wp’ ); /** […]

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Redirect Request from HTTP to HTTPS (Apache)

original: https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/HTTPD/RedirectSSL Let’s say you want http://www.example.com/secure/ to always be sent over SSL (I presume here that both the normal and the SSL vhost have the same content). You could do this by linking to the correct page from within your HTML pages… but there will always be some user who will sneak by it that way. […]