The default WordPress cron (wp-cron.php) handles automated tasks for websites built with WordPress. This type of cron is only triggered if somebody visits your website. So, for example, if you scheduled a post and you did not install any post-scheduling plugin, your post might not be published on time if nobody visits your website at your scheduled time. And if your website has a lot of automated features and it receives lots of traffic, there will also be a lot of calls to the wp-cron.php file, which can have an impact on your web server resources. This tutorial will teach you how to use Cron Jobs, which is available in cPanel, instead of the default WordPress cron.
Session lifetime refers to the length of time you spend logged in to a website. If you are new to Joomla, you will notice that you are logged out after some minutes of inactivity on your Joomla-built website. This is controlled by Joomla’s session settings. In this tutorial, you will learn how to change session lifetime in Joomla 3.
This tutorial will show you how to install Drupal on an Ubuntu 18.04 computer. As of writing this article, the latest version of Drupal is 8.7.7.
This tutorial will walk you through migrating the contents of a WordPress-built website to Drupal 8.
This tutorial will show you how to install Joomla on a Ubuntu 18.04 computer. As of writing this article, the latest version of Joomla is 3.9.11.
This tutorial will show you how to install Nemo File Manager also known as Nautilus file manager on an Ubuntu 18.04 computer.
This tutorial will show you how to disable the selection of text and force the highlighting of text with the use of CSS.
Jooma is a very robust content management system. When you first use it for your website, you are easily overwhelmed by the number of buttons and options in the dashboard. And it does not help that the front page does not display the most recent articles first by default. In this tutorial, we will rearrange the order of articles on the front page of a Joomla 3 site; we will display the articles from the newest to the oldest.
W3 Total Cache is one of the top WordPress cache plugins. Its plugin page describes it this way: “W3 Total Cache improves the SEO and user experience of your site by increasing website performance, reducing load times via features like content delivery network (CDN) integration and the latest best practices.” In this tutorial, we will teach you a quick configuration for W3 Total Cache.