It's about time to start managing my existing site with Composer. So how do we proceed...?
If you have been working on many WP sites, at some point you may encounter having to move a WP site to another host with a different domain name.
Very useful small modules that can save you hours of custom coding.
Backdrop CMS is based on the works of Drupal 7. It can be viewed as an extended version of Drupal 7 and branched off from Drupal 8 during the development cycle at a time when Drupal was getting completely refactored to include some Symfony2 framework and moving towards OOP while maintaining the Drupal UI and concepts.
Open Social is a distribution for building social communities & intranets. The distribution is positioned as the successor of Drupal Commons, taking full advantage of the new possibilities of Drupal 8.
Initially, I was going to use WHMCS because of the tight integration with cPanel as it was built to accommodate selling web hosting but then I felt it was a bit overkill for what I needed.
Right now, on your site, a handful of mistakes could be costing you leads and sales.
The web design platform Weebly was hacked in February, according to the data breach notification site LeakedSource.
I have been running Drupal 8.2 with PHP 7 for a couple of days now and i can safely say it is faster and without any issues.
Here's how you can install memcache on EasyApache 4 for PHP 7.
I'm not entirely sure why CSF on CentOS 7 sends out excessive resource usage email alerts. But it gets annoying when you have several dozen websites hosted on the server.
cPanel v58 with EasyApache 4 allows users to override default PHP config values by placing a custom php.ini in domain's webroot.
Technologies for website application development such as Angular, React and Angular 2.0 are gradually proliferating throughout the front end web development landscape.
After upgrading to Cpanel/WHM 58 with EasyApache 4, Composer and Drush stopped working.
There's a 270% gap in conversions between desktop and mobile, because mobile websites suck and we’re all doing it wrong...
What would you do when your client only requires a simple static site but also want to edit certain content?