Category: Hosting Tutorial

13Aug, 2018

How to Transfer WordPress.com to WordPress.org?

The commercial relationship between WordPress.com and WordPress.org is subtle and confuses many people. They’re actually two separate entities: WordPress.com offers a hosted (or “managed”) version of WordPress with a limited amount of control and themes. It’s free with paid-for addons. WordPress.org lets you install your own version of WordPress on your own hosting. From now on we’ll just call it “self […]

08Aug, 2018

How To Easily Upload Your Website with Plesk Control Panel?

The Plesk panel is very similar to cPanel and WHM (you can think of Plesk as something that can replace both these products). Unlike cPanel, Plesk is cross-platform and runs on Windows Server (as well as several different Linux distributions), so if you opt for Windows-based hosting, you most likely will end up using Plesk. Like cPanel/WHM, […]

25Jul, 2018

How to Save Money on Web Hosting Renewal of Your WordPress Blog?

Web hosting is one of those essential investments that every blogger has to make every month to run their self-hosted WordPress blog. Usually, a cheap and reliable shared hosting for WordPress will cost from $4/month to $15/month, depending on your requirements. The cost increases substantially when you move to managed WordPress hosting, VPS or a dedicated hosting server. When a new blogger takes […]

03Jun, 2016

ASP.NET Tutorial – How to Moving Session Out-of-Process with StateServer

Session-State Modes in ASP.NET ASP.NET session state supports several different storage options for session data. Each option is identified by a value in the SessionStateMode enumeration. The following list describes the available session state modes: 1. InProc mode InProc mode, which stores session state in memory on the Web server. This is the default. 2. StateServer […]

ASP.NET 5 Hosting - How to Diagnose Dependency Issues with ASP.NET 5?
29Feb, 2016

ASP.NET 5 Hosting – How to Diagnose Dependency Issues with ASP.NET 5?

ASP.NET 5 Hosting ASP.NET 5 Hosting is a significant redesign of ASP.NET. This topic introduces the new concepts in ASP.NET 5 and explains how they help you develop modern web apps. ASP.NET 5 is a new open-source and cross-platform framework for building modern cloud-based Web applications using .NET. We built it from the ground up […]

Why Microsoft Renamed ASP.NET 5 To ASP.NET Core 1.0?
19Feb, 2016

Why Microsoft Renamed ASP.NET 5 To ASP.NET Core 1.0?

Why Microsoft Renamed ASP.NET 5 To ASP.NET Core 1.0? Microsoft is rebuilding its .NET development platform in order to make it cross-platform and open source. In addition, the new modular design enables features such as native code compilation, improving performance. Why 1.0? Because these are new. The whole .NET Core concept is new. The .NET CLI […]

error: Content is protected !!