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Category: Optimization

How to Effectively Spring Clean Your Website

It’s almost inevitable to relate Spring to natural growth and rejuvenation. Once you hear the chirping birds and see the blossoms outside, you can’t help but feel refreshed. What better time to get on with your spring cleaning than now? And yes, you guessed it, we are not talking about traditional spring cleaning. Your website also needs some tender love and care. It spawns its digital dust and craves for annual thorough cleaning and refreshing.…

PHP 7.2 is Now the New Default on FastComet

Here at FastComet, the constant stability, security, and speed of your websites are at utmost importance for us, as they are for you. We thoroughly believe that keeping your software updated is a good idea for a lot of reasons. Every WordPress user should go ahead and upgrade to the most recent PHP release as quickly as possible. Versions 5.6 and 7.0 both have recently hit the End of Life (EOL) status.…

Need for Speed: Database Optimization Tuning

Databases are an important piece of your website. They are essentially data table collections that hold tremendous amounts of information about your website like all the posts, comments, pages, menus, any kind of text data, plugin and theme settings, which content is associated with which page, eCommerce order details, users and user capabilities, and much more. While PHP code guides your site on how to function and CSS on how to look, the database has all the information that you’ve put into the website.…

When to upgrade your hosting plan?

When initially launching your website project, the amount of hosting options could easily overwhelm you. If you are just now beginning your adventure of having your own website, it’s often safer to find out if you would be able to rely on a basic plan and then upgrade when the time comes. It’s true that most novice site owners decide to go with the shared hosting option. It has all the features to get your site going; it is also low-cost, as well as beginner-friendly.…

How to maintain a healthy Inode Count

The Birth of a new Shared Hosting Server is an interesting process. To create the home of hundreds of new websites requires the proper distribution of finite resources. Unlike bandwidth which is generated at a later stage by those same websites, the initial setup is a procedure which must be precise to the byte. …