Category: Hosting Tutorial

10Feb, 2021

How to Change Your Domain Name Servers

Nameservers tell the global domain name system where to look for a particular website. This may sound a bit technical, but changing nameservers is actually a fairly straightforward process. In this article, we’ll show you how to easily change domain nameservers and point to a different host or firewall, step by step. What Are Nameservers? […]

02Dec, 2020

How to Send Emails in ASP.NET Core

You will often have the need to send emails through your application. You can take advantage of the MailKit NuGet package to send emails in ASP.NET Core. MailKit is an open source mail client library that can be used in .NET or .NET Core applications running on Windows, Linux, or Mac systems. This article presents a […]

05Nov, 2020

How to Remove Google Blacklist Warnings

Google blacklists around 10,000 websites every day. Are you one of them? For most website owners, the security warnings, hack indicators, and diagnostic pages can be daunting. This guide is to help website owners understand what a blacklist is, how to remove website hacks, and resolve Google security warnings. This will help you quickly restore […]

Easy Way to Create a Local WordPress Site Using XAMPP

Do you want to create a local WordPress site on your computer using XAMPP? Installing WordPress on your computer helps you try out WordPress, test themes and plugins, and learn WordPress development. In this article, we will show you how to easily create a local WordPress site Using XAMPP. Why Create a Local WordPress Site? […]

06Aug, 2020

Easy Way to Duplicate a Page or Post in WordPress

Duplicating a page or post in WordPress can mean more than simply copying and pasting the content. You can also retain the page template, SEO data, and images, in order to save time when redesigning your website or updating your content. Fortunately, duplicating pages and posts and all their associated data in WordPress can be […]

11Jun, 2020

How to Add Google Analytics to WordPress

If you’re trying to gather data about your users, here are different ways you can connect Google Analytics to your WordPress site. In each case, we’ll assume you already have a Google Analytics account set up. If you don’t, head over and create one first, then come back for your next steps. 1. Add Google Analytics to […]

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