All Hosting Plans come equipped with a fully functional version of the Web Presence Builder Trial installed. This enables you to try the product before you commit.
To publish a site built using the Web Presence Builder Trial, you will need to upgrade your Hosting Plan to include a Web Presence Builder license. Login to your Client Area and follow the instructions below.
Adding an SSL Certificate to your hosting service could not be easier. You don’t need to worry about the technicalities of generating a Certificate Signing Request (CSR) or even installing the certificate, we do all of that for you. All you need to do is order the certificate.
Enabling compression features on your website can vastly increase the performance of your website.
This occurs by instructing the server to compress data sent to the browser. The browser then proceeds to decompress the data it receives.
This reduces the amount of data physically sent to your client browser resulting in a shorter data transfer time. It’s actually very easy to implement. Data transfer can be reduced by more than 80% overall.
Add the following instructions to the bottom of your .htaccess file in your website document root folder.
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What exactly does “Unlimited” mean?
Unlimited means that there is no set limit on the disk space or bandwidth that your site uses. The unlimited shared hosting plan is designed for small business use, or personal use. Heavy resources users, in terms of disk space, bandwidth, cpu and memory will be advised to consider suitable upgrade paths to dedicated, VPS or cloud servers. These plans are not suitable for storage of private files or file sharing or for users attempting to resell or host large numbers of unrelated websites.
On May 6, 2015, WordPress 4.2.2 was released to the public. This is both a security update for all previous WordPress versions, and a maintenance release for versions 4.2 and newer.
From the announcement post, WordPress 4.2.2 fixes a cross-site scripting vulnerability contained in an HTML file shipped with recent Genericons packages included in the Twenty Fifteen theme as well as a number of popular plugins by removing the file. Auto-updates and manual updates will remove this file, however manual installations and those using VCS checkout (like SVN) will not remove this file. Version 4.2.2 also improves on a fix for a critical cross-site scripting vulnerability introduced in 4.2.1.
The release also includes hardening for a potential cross-site scripting vulnerability when using the Visual editor.
In addition to the security fixes, WordPress 4.2.2 contains fixes for 13 bugs from 4.2.1, including:
Fixes an emoji loading error in IE9 and IE10
Fixes a keyboard shortcut for saving from the Visual editor on Mac
Fixes oEmbed for YouTube URLs to always expect https
Fixes how WordPress checks for encoding when sending strings to MySQL
Fixes a bug with allowing queries to reference tables in the dbname.tablename format
Lowers memory usage for a regex checking for UTF-8 encoding
Fixes an issue with trying to change the wrong index in the wp_signups table on utf8mb4 conversion
Improves performance of loop detection in _get_term_children()
Fixes a bug where attachment URLs were incorrectly being forced to use https in some contexts
Fixes a bug where creating a temporary file could end up in an endless loop.