How to Clear the Server Cache or Nginx Cache

How to Clear the Server Cache or Nginx Cache

What is Server Cache? The server here uses a caching engine called Nginx. Nginx sets in between the client (your browser) and the webserver. It generates a cached copy of your web page for faster viewing and faster performance of your website. When a browser makes the request to the server for your webpage, Nginx […]

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PHP-FPM for WordPress

PHP-FPM for WordPress

The WordPress hosting packages here have been carefully tailored and optimized with the primary focus and consideration of speed, performance and security. This article explains the use and adaptation in our WordPress Hosting plans of the PHP-FPM (PHP-FastCGI Process Manager) to manage PHP requests. PHP-FPM (FastCGI Process Manager) is an alternative PHP FastCGI implementation with […]

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NGINX Helper Plugin for WordPress

NGINX Helper Plugin for WordPress

The WordPress Hosting Package here uses NGINX, a powerful caching engine and reverse proxy which helps boost the speed and performance of your WordPress website(s). You can manage this, using Cache Manager for cPanel. For more in depth control over cache management, you can use the NGINX Helper Plugin for WordPress. Access Settings for NGINX […]

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Product Guide – WordPress Hosting

Product Guide – WordPress Hosting

    GENERAL INFORMATION What is WordPress Hosting? Backing Up WordPress Enable Your FreeSSL Cache Manager for cPanel Understanding caching WordPress NGINX Helper Plugin PHP-FPM & WordPress Switching WordPress to HTTPS   WordPress Hosting Features The Articles here will help you to gain a better understanding of WordPress hosting here and how our Optimized WordPress […]

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Cache Manager for cPanel

Cache Manager for cPanel

The cPanel in your WordPress Hosting account utilizes Nginx for web serving, reverse proxying, caching, load balancing, media streaming, and more. NGINX Plus and NGINX are the best-in-class web server and application delivery solutions used by high‑traffic websites such as Dropbox, Netflix, and Zynga. More than 400 million websites worldwide, including the majority of the […]

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