Moving Your Website to Another Provider

For hosting only customers There are several ways to do this, it all depends on whether you are happy for a bit of downtime or not, it also depends upon whether you’re leaving your emails on our mailservers or downloading …
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GHOST vulnerability update

On 27th January a security vulnerability was discovered that affects Linux distributions, allowing hackers to potentially execute code to gain control of hardware. It has been named GHOST (CVE-2015-0235) and is a critical glibc vulnerability. Immediately following the discovery, our …
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Heartbleed – Our Stance and Advice

Hopefully you will have heard about Heartbleed, it’s been widely reported on various media over the last couple of days. In summary Heartbleed enables criminals to steal all sorts of data held and accessed through an encrypted channel called SSL, …
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How do I stop my embedded YouTube video from showing related videos?

There is nothing more annoying, when trying to promote your product or service, than inadvertently advertising a competitor or having the shine taken off your presentation by having a bunch of completely unrelated “suggestions” being flung at your viewer to …
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New .UK Registrations Coming This Year

You may have already read the news but Nominet, the organisation that manages the UK domain space, has announced that they will release the .uk TLD into the public domain. What does this mean to you? Basically you will be …
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Important information for WordPress users

Update 23/04/2013:¬†We have now introduced a page with a captcha to help address the ongoing attempts by the botnet to access WordPress and Joomla websites. When you go to your admin/ login page you will be asked to enter the …
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Upgrades for PHP, Apache and phpMyAdmin

As we strive to provide the best, most stable and secure shared hosting platform on the Internet it gives us great pleasure to announce that we have just upgraded phpMyAdmin to version 3.5.6 and we will be upgrading our shared …
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Moving your Website with no Downtime

Many people wish to change their hosting provider for all sorts of reasons; the common ones we hear from customers who have moved to us are cost, quality of support, hosting features and quality of hosting. Yet many stick with …
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MySQL is Going to be Upgraded to MySQL5.5

As a continued effort to provide the latest software for both security and performance, we are upgrading MySQL from version 5.1.57 to 5.5.25a over the next few weeks. Below is a brief summary of the MySQL changes; all information here …
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Removing a Follower in Twitter without Blocking

How do I delete a follower in Twitter without using the Block User function? We recently had this question from a customer using Twitter and we were surprised to find that it’s not as straight forward as it may seem …
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