Author: Joan Vega

  • 8 Familiar SEO Flaws You Must Fend Off In eCommerce Websites

    8 Familiar SEO Flaws You Must Fend Off In eCommerce Websites

    Marketing for eCommerce isn’t restricted to social media or PPC only. It will help if we go with SEO and SEM strategies both. About 70 to 80 percent of users ignore sponsored ads on Google. So, if you can rank high using SEO strategies, there are more chances to get users attracted to your products.

  • Security for WordPress

    Security for WordPress

    Security for WordPress is more necessary than ever. According to w3techs, WordPress already accounts for 65% of the managed websites market share. And this large volume of WordPress installations, for malicious users tracking with robots, means a very profitable business.  But don’t get scared! It’s not that hard to have a good level of security for WordPress. […]

  • Native Nginx Redirects and more

    Native Nginx Redirects and more

    This post will cover what’s new in wetopi. This past 3 months we have introduced a few Wetopi panel features: a native nginx redirect manager; the one-click backup downloads, the new php7.4 engine and the new “Reload” server option to let you restart php-fpm and nginx services.

  • Improve WordPress with Cloudflare

    Improve WordPress with Cloudflare

    Yes, WordPress with Cloudflare is a great combination. It help you to improve your WordPress site speed and security! Over the last few years, Cloudflare’s popularity as a DNS (Domain Name Servers) company has grown. But in addition to their DNS activity, they provide services like DDoS attack protection, CDN (Content Delivery Network), Firewalls, WordPress […]

  • WordPress Malware Scan reports with fast backups plus an expert’s panel

    WordPress Malware Scan reports with fast backups plus an expert’s panel

    As WordPress site managers we take care of our site security and performance. We have to constantly reduce the risk of malware infections, curate our precious backups, and never lose a millisecond in page load time. To help you with this, at wetopi we have been working on a bunch of new improvements you already […]

  • Building a competitive hosting Infrastructure

    Building a competitive hosting Infrastructure

    Building a competitive hosting Infrastructure Wetopi Infrastructure Series Posts In this “Series Posts, we are going to unveil one of our strengths, our Infrastructure. The real purpose is to educate and make loud and clear that not only it’s possible to start small and adopt the best standards and best practices but to take advantage […]

  • Connect via SFTP with FileZilla

    Connect via SFTP with FileZilla

    This guide shows you how to connect to an FTP Server with FileZilla using the secure SFTP protocol. SFTP “Secure File Transfer Protocol” is the FTP version with which you can safely manage your web files.

  • Recover a backup from a different site

    This post shows you how to recover a backup from a site different than your current one.As a WordPress developer, webmaster, or designer, you probably manage multiple WordPress sites. Yes, it makes sense to have a bunch of bootstrapped sites, blueprints, skeletons, and reuse them as a template.

  • WordPress screams on PHP7

    WordPress screams on PHP7

    First PHP7 version was released in Dec 2015. This was the most important development in PHP since 2004 and one of its main benefits was its huge impact on performance. Now available for all Wetopi clients on this non stop -performance race- PHP7.4 arrives with more speed and security improvements.

  • Direct Debit Payments, Free renewable Development Servers and more

    Direct Debit Payments, Free renewable Development Servers and more

    This blog post has been written in Strange Times. This is our first week of Covid-19 confinement. Everything is different but even in these unprecedented times, the builder spirit is especially strong. In this post, we will show you the last features and changes introduced to the wetopi service.