Lindsey Conger

Tác giả: Lindsey Conger

Lindsey is a freelance writer based out of Chicago who specializes in technology, business, finance, and real estate. Her work has appeared in Forbes, Dwell, and Stackstreet.

FastComet Is Now Powered By AMD EPYC For Better Overall Service

FastComet Is Now Powered By AMD EPYC For Better Overall Service

FastComet, a San Francisco-based company, has long been a popular website hosting provider. With its low-cost plans but still high-quality service, FastComet has long since been an obvious choice for both novice website owners and web developers alike. Now, FastComet has completely rehauled its servers to deliver even better shared hosting plans to its valued customers.

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Extra Features You Should Look For In Your Website Provider

Extra Features You Should Look For In Your Website Provider

As you start looking for a website provider, you might be overwhelmed by the options. Each hosting provider will offer different features, with many offering some amount of bandwidth, storage space, and domains. Here are the extra features you should look for in your website provider to ensure that you are getting the best deal possible.

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200K WordPress Sites At Risk Of Attack

200K WordPress Sites At Risk Of Attack

Last week, more than 200,000 Wordpress sites were notified that they might be at risk of attack due to a plugin bug that enables hackers to overtake websites quickly.

The plugin in question was Code Snippet—a WordPress plugin that runs PHP code snippets more cleanly. It means you, as the site developer, no longer need to create custom snippets to your website theme’s functions .php file. With this mini-plugin, the functionality of your WordPress site is extended because there is less load on your website. Code Snippets keeps your .php file clean and runs them on your site more effectively.

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GoDaddy Rebrands Itself With A New Logo

GoDaddy Rebrands Itself With A New Logo

When you first look at the new logo of web hosting provider GoDaddy, you might see a heart. Or an upside-down version of the Airbnb logo. Or even a nose. But, it actually is the combination of the letters “G” and “O” so that the logo spells out “GO.”

According to the CEO of GoDaddy, Aman Bhutani, he sees the logo as “a young girl who’s a little bit of a bandit—with a ponytail and a patch over her eye—who wants to grow up and be somebody.”

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