Author: Joan Vega

  • A New Year with a better WordPress hosting

    A New Year with a better WordPress hosting

    As a developer, I’ve to admit it: I prefer to write code than stories. That’s the only reason this post, full of positive advances, was waiting as a draft!

  • How to Install Let’s Encrypt SSL Certificate

    How to Install Let’s Encrypt SSL Certificate

    Goal: Install a Free Let’s Encrypt SSL HTTPS Certificate in wetopiResource required: 1 minute of your time + 1 wetopi server. (sign up and get your free development server now) Gone were the days where SSL certificate is only available to the selected few. With advancement in security requirement, now everyone can enjoy website security […]

  • Ready to skyrocket with our new WordPress server upgrade?

    Ready to skyrocket with our new WordPress server upgrade?

    We are proud to announce a new WordPress containerized server architecture with components and services oriented to maximize resources and speed. We believe that performance architecture design should go ground up and that’s why we say:

  • Roadmap 2017-11

    Roadmap 2017-11

    With this November publication, we create a new category: The Roadmap. The goal is to report on the progress of our Wetopi platform: new features, changes, updates, …

  • How to change the Domain Name of a WordPress site

    How to change the Domain Name of a WordPress site

    Goal: Change the Domain Name of your wetopi WordPress site.Resources: 5 minutes of your time + 1 wetopi server (signup and get your free developer servers)

  • Cloning is not bad, not at all – when we talk about WordPress

    Cloning is not bad, not at all – when we talk about WordPress

    Over the years, medical research and experimentation around clonation have surrounded the term “Clone” with a halo of wickedness. The picture heading this post seems to demonstrate one of these bad practices from the past, but nothing further from reality. In 1925, Brangulí captured the “Artificial Solarium” for infants of unmarried mothers in the “Pabellón […]