It is crucial to optimize your website for performance when it comes to user experience. There are many ways to optimize your website for performance. In this article, We will talk about browser caching which works on the client side, and it will also improve the load time of your
WordPress is a big deal right now. It is because nearly 30% of the websites run on WordPress. Some of the huge sites and blogs like Techcrunch, BBC America, and Facebook Newsroom are running on WordPress. It is because WordPress is easy to use and has a massive repository of paid and free plugins.
MySQL is the second most used database management system and is used by the most famous Content management systems like WordPress. It’s kind of a big deal, and indeed it is kind of a big deal considering it is a free relational database management system. Basically, when you configure your
Scaling is always done in a hurry! Like dividing a web application into two different servers to manage more traffic and distribute the load over multiple servers. Or having multiple web servers accessing data from a single database server. Remote MySQL database connection is the solution here! In this guide,
Cron is a software utility used to schedule jobs (Commands or scripts) based on time. For example, we can set a cron job to reboot a server every day at midnight using Cron. Here, the reboot job added to cron is called Cronjob. Cronjobs are very useful and widely used in
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