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Hosting performance tweaks: Opcode caching, expires headers and gzip compression.

In this article, we will do an overview of some of the key optimization techniques that could help you get the best performance out of your website, whether it's built under WordPress or any other Content Management Systems. Caching is very important if you like to speed up your website read on...

HTTP 2 Overview

HTTP/2 is a major revision of the HTTP/1.1 network protocol used by the World Wide Web. We here at Stablepoint have implemented HTTP/2 on all of our hosting solutions. Here are a few of the HTTP/2 Pros: 1. HTTP/2 is binary, instead of textual. 2. HTTP/2 is fully multiplexed, e.g read on...

How to change your PHP Version in cPanel

Because we run CloudLinux, we are able to provide a wide range of PHP versions within your own site's virtual environment. This means you can choose the right PHP version for the application(s) you are running. Generally speaking, you are best running the latest version of PHP from a performance read on...

How to adjust your PHP Options.

In this article, we will cover the steps needed for adjusting some of your PHP Options available. The first thing, that you would need to do, is to login to your personal cPanel account and scroll down a bit, until you find the "Software" Tab, in which a tool, named read on...

Cron Jobs

Cron is a utility, implemented in Linux, which schedules a command or script on your server to run automatically at a specified time and date. A cron job is the scheduled task itself. It can be set in the cPanel control panel in multiple ways: 1. As a php command read on...

WordPress Caching

Caching involves taking dynamic elements of your site and creating a static version such that the server doesn't have to recreate a page load for every single request. A single WordPress page request for example could be 100 SQL queries and 50 PHP file includes. With caching, this overhead is read on...