Posts tagged with Wordpress.

Featured && Self-Hosting | Oct 04, 2021 | By Marc Chartouny | 9 min read

SSD Nodes – 1 Click Apps

In this document, you will discover our newest 1 Click Apps we offer on our SSD Nodes platform, along with their purpose, how they benefit you, and other sub-applications that …

Ghost CMS: How to install on your Ubuntu 16.04 VPS
Tutorials | Oct 02, 2019 | By Dwijadas Dey | 10 min read

How To Install Ghost On Ubuntu 18.04 (Tutorial)

The Ghost CMS offers a more streamlined and modern blogging alternative to WordPress, and is a breeze to install on a VPS running Ubuntu 16.04

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Tutorials && Self-Hosting | Sep 11, 2019 | By Winnie Ondara | 14 min read

How To Install WordPress On Debian 9 With LAMP (Tutorial)

WordPress + LAMP is the classic web hosting setup. Sure, there are other software stack options for hosting WordPress (some of our team is partial to LEMP). But in terms …

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Tutorials && Self-Hosting | Sep 10, 2019 | By Winnie Ondara | 11 min read

How To Install WordPress On CentOS 7 With LAMP (Tutorial)

WordPress + LAMP is the classic web hosting setup. Sure, there are other software stack options for hosting WordPress (some of our team is partial to LEMP). But in terms …

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Uncategorized | Aug 08, 2019 | By Winnie Ondara | 14 min read

How To Install WordPress On Ubuntu 18.04 With LAMP (Tutorial)

WordPress + LAMP is the classic web hosting setup. Sure, there are other software stack options for hosting WordPress (some of our team is partial to LEMP). But in terms …

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Tutorials && Development | Jul 19, 2019 | By Dwijadas Dey | 9 min read

Install A LAMP Stack On Your VPS (Tutorial)

LAMP is still the most popular software stack for setting up a web server. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to install a LAMP stack on your VPS, so …

SaaS Alternatives | Jun 04, 2019 | By Joel Hans | 12 min read

WordPress Alternatives: 12 Best Flat-File Content Management Systems

Wordpress is great, but its database can make security harder and slow down page loads. These flat-file content management systems offer an alternative.