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Exploring Nashville During WordCamp US 2018

November 16, 2018 0 Comments RSS Feed

Exploring Nashville During WordCamp US 2018With WordCamp US 2018 on the horizon, there couldn’t be more of a perfect time for deciding what to do when you’re in Nashville (besides WordCamp). We recently visited Nashville with exactly that purpose and put together a guide to exploring the city. 

So grab one of the city’s many rent-a-scooters or get your walking boots on, because we’re about to take you on a tour through some of the best sights and sounds Nashville has to offer during WordCamp US. Read more

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Cloud Migration: Challenges And Solutions

November 2, 2018 0 Comments RSS Feed

Cloud Migration- Challenges And SolutionsThey say that moving home is one of the most stressful events in our lives. Migrating a website to new hosting can be pretty stressful too, especially if you aren’t well prepared. In our last cloud migration article, we talked about why you should migrate your site to a cloud platform. In this article, we look at the challenges you may face on your cloud migration journey. Read more

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What Are the Data Center Types?

October 18, 2018 0 Comments RSS Feed

What Are the Data Center TypesHosting providers are not made equal. Classic server methods of hosting have now diverged into a mix of alternate data center types, each of which falls under the singular heading of ‘data center’.

This can make finding the right type of data center architecture for your business a tricky proposal – especially if you’re unsure what you’re looking for. Read more

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What If WordPress’s New Gutenberg Editor Isn’t Right For You?

October 17, 2018 1 Comment RSS Feed

What If WordPress New Gutenberg Editor Isnt Right For YouAt the beginning of 2017, Matt Mullenweg announced an ambitious project to replace the WordPress editor with a modern block-based editor. Named Gutenberg after the inventor of movable-type printing, the new editor was developed as a feature plugin and then released as the Gutenberg plugin. If all goes according to plan, Gutenberg will be merged into WordPress later this year with the release of WordPress 5.0. Read more

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