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Did you know that the HTTP protocol is now 26 years old? That’s right, born back in 1991, HTTP is a main component in the mechanism of the Internet, responsible for the data transfer on the Web. The latest HTTP/2 version was launched in 2015, bringing a number of advantages that improve the online experience of both website owners, and the website’s visitors.
WordPress 4.8 is named after named after the jazz pianist Bill Evans as it is the first major WordPress release of 2017. Although developers describe it as a small release where only the already existing system features have been improved, this version actually lays the foundations of a thrilling new project. The project’s code name is Gutenberg, as we will tell you more about it later on in this article.
Upgrading the services for our SuperCustomers is a continuous process.
At the beginning of 2016 we integrated an entirely new platform for offering hosting services as we announced it during the summer of the same year.
About a year later, 60% of our customers’ websites have already been migrated to the new hosting platform.
The improvements of WordPress Manager continue in full force. Several days ago WordPress Manager acquired yet another SuperPower – now with a single button it can check whether your HTTPS website has content that is loaded via an HTTP connection (unencrypted connection).
As of May 3rd, 2017 we are taking over all customers of the Bulgarian hosting company Host Bulgaria that suspended their operations and trusted us to take care of their customers. This change may be unexpected for the customers of Host Bulgaria. Therefore, as a new host of their websites, we have tried to answer some of the possible questions in advance.
For the past few months we have been analyzing certain issues in relation to the increased CPU usage that causes troubles for our customers. Although these occurrences are not so many, we have been looking for a solution to reduce the number of such problems. After in-depth analysis we came to the conclusion that most issues occur since CPU time is counted on a daily basis as it usually happens with most of the hosting companies.
If you are now starting your first online project and you are overwhelmed with loads of questions related to the operation of your future website, this is the right article for you! You remember that we promised to answer these questions as well, don’t you? You will get convinced that when it comes to websites, there is no room for worry and nothing is as complicated as it seems at first glance. And we we’ll prove it to you! 🙂 Are you ready for a short introductory IT overview? Ready, steady, go!