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cPanel User and Tweaking Memory Comsumption

2019-07-16T11:31:01+08:00July 2nd, 2019|Categories: cPanel & WHM, Linux|Tags: , , , , |

cPanel is most popular control panel in the web hosting industry which is generally used on Linux hosting server to manage available resources for a website. The Cpanel control panel is renowned, because of its easy functionality and simplicity. The simple looking graphical user interface enables user to do more besides its main feature. This control [...]

How to protect your blog from WordPress SPAM!

2019-06-27T16:47:03+08:00June 26th, 2019|Categories: CMS, Wordpress|Tags: , , , |

If you ever used WordPress before, then you will know what a nuisance spam comments can be. WordPress is the most widely used CMS platform and thus it gets targeted by spammers on a regular basis in an attempt to create backlinks to their websites for SEO Green Cash key on a computer keyboard with clipping [...]

How to start a blog?

2019-06-27T15:04:32+08:00June 15th, 2019|Categories: CMS, Wordpress|Tags: , , |

any of us have, had or at least considered having a blog at one point or another. Blogs occupy a huge part of the internet, which has recently been confirmed by a study showing that 77% of the active internet users read them on a regular basis. What makes blogs a preferred option for a lot [...]

How to stop spam on Drupal

2019-06-27T14:56:36+08:00May 5th, 2019|Categories: CMS, Drupal|Tags: , , , , |

Comment spam is an annoying problem for most of the CMS administrators, whether it is a Drupal, Joomla or WordPress, they all share this vulnerability to some extent. This article is a part of the series we are posting about the issue, focusing this time on Drupal spam prevention. Starting off with the most widely used [...]

Creating a RAM Disk on Linux system

2019-06-08T22:25:37+08:00April 29th, 2019|Categories: CMS, Linux|Tags: , , , |

Linux has the native ability to support two filesystem types that allow for RAM-based storage: ramfs and tmpfs. A RAM disk can give faster-than-SSD read and write speeds ideally suited for applications that rely heavily on cached data. The key difference between ramfs and tmpfs is that ramfs does not take a maximum capacity, which could [...]