This video is an overview and walk-through of xCloud, a new control panel for managing virtual private servers (VPS) and WordPress websites. Users interested in advanced WordPress hosting options may find the video useful. There are a few days left on their launch LTD pricing.
peachpie @ wpdotnet.com• 4 months ago
Who knew that you can compile WordPress core to run on .NET Core? Apparently you can even use Elementor and other plugins, though they have to be compiled. It is performant and more secure, but I can’t imagine anyone using this.
Josh Escobedo @ liquidweb.com• 6 months ago
Just like your WordPress site, if you are using a VPS then it is necessary to lock it down and keep it updated.
Kevin Ohashi @ wphostingbenchmarks.com• 6 months ago
The results of the 2023 WordPress hosting performance benchmarks are available. The tests are run across 21 hosting providers and several pricing points from less than $25 to more than $500. There was testing for both WordPress and WooCommerce hosting.
Deanna McLean @ elegantthemes.com• 10 months ago
From the I’m sure it is controversial department – Elegant Themes tested a bunch of WordPress hosting providers and the top three fastest were SiteGround, Pressable, and Cloudways. In this post they test these three against each other and SiteGround comes out first. I would have thought that Kinsta or WP Engine would perform better, but it has been a while since I used SiteGround.