Godaddy Cloud Hosting closed ? Need Godaddy Alternative ..

Webhost.uk.net VS Godaddy
Godaddy Alternative

From last couple of days we are having inquires about our Cloud VPS hosting, looking for Godaddy Alternative . After checking out we came to know that Godaddy Cloud hosting is closing,  godaddy has recently emailed their customers about the closer of  Cloud web hosting service. As per the emailed received by a customer who have migrated to us below is the statement by Godaddy:

We’re discontinuing GoDaddy Cloud Servers.

Please retrieve or back up your content before December 31, 2017.After this date, your GoDaddy Cloud Server account will no longer be supported and your
servers will not be accessible. Here’s everything you need to know to get prepared:
• Bitnami apps and images won’t be supported after 2017/11/15.
• All other images and servers won’t be supported after 2017/12/31.
• Prior to these dates, you’ll still be able to build new servers, test,
clone and destroy servers.
• Your billing cycle and billing rate won’t change.

 

Customers who are looking for Godaddy Alternative , WebhostUK LTD welcomes you to check our Plans at :  Cloud VPS Hosting

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We offer FREE Migration and true 24x7x365 days Support.

 

FREE WildCard SSL Certificate ?

FREE wildcard SSL
FREE wildcard SSL

Yes your read it right, soon your wait for FREE Wildcard SSL is going to be reality ? You will ask me who is offering FREE Wildcard SSL , its again the good guys from Let’s Encrypt.

Recently I came across there blog post which says they are planing the launch of WildCard SSL by Jan 2018 , and the best part is they are planing to offer is FREE of Cost.

We at WebhostUK LTD are already offering Let’s Encrypt SSL on all our servers, we are already a Let’s Encrypt recommended webhost and really excited about the new launch.

Let’s Encrypt says :

Let’s Encrypt is currently securing 47 million domains via our fully automated DV certificate issuance and management API. This has contributed heavily to the Web going from 40% to 58% encrypted page loads since Let’s Encrypt’s service became available in December 2015. If you’re excited about wildcard availability and our mission to get to a 100% encrypted Web, we ask that you contribute to our summer fundraising campaign.”

Wildcard certificates will be offered free of charge via our upcoming ACME v2 API endpoint. We will initially only support base domain validation via DNS for wildcard certificates, but may explore additional validation options over time. We encourage people to ask any questions they might have about wildcard certificate support on our community forums.”

Reference  : https://letsencrypt.org/2017/07/06/wildcard-certificates-coming-jan-2018.html

 

Excellent Web hosting Service Award by HostAdvice

WebHost.UK.Net - Excellent Service Award from HostAdvice
WebHost.UK.Net – Excellent Service Award from HostAdvice

Yet again Webhost.UK.Net has proved that its one of the best Web hosting place to host your website incase you are looking for best support and service for your online business, to prove that we have got “Excellent Web hosting Award 2017 🙂 “.This time we signed up with HostAdvice one of the renowned name in Web hosting Review industry, they are well known for true user reviews for web hosting companies. We got around 11 positive reviews in just few months. Looking at our ALL Positive feedback from our existing web hosting customers HostAdvice tried to test the authentication of reviews we have received by testing our company support. Below are the comments HostAdvice Team

WebHost.UK.Net have received 11 positive user reviews and as a part of our quality checks we have decided to send a hidden customer to you and check if you guys are really providing decent services, like the user reviews say.

I am happy to tell you that you’ve passed all of our tests with great
success and have been awarded with our “Badge of Excellence” award.”

We would like to thank the efforts taken by HostAdvice team to validate reviews and test the Web Hosting company individually. Its a pride moment for us to be award as “Excellent Webhosting Award 2017 ” by HostAdvice. We would like to thank the whole Team of HostAdvice.

How to Speed Up Magento Site Performance

Speed up Magento
Speed up Magento

Magento is one of the most widely used eCommerce platforms today that people to choose to grown their online business. In this post, we will discuss tips on how to speed up Magento performance to ensure you don’t lose any sales due to high abandonment rate or an unsatisfying user experience.

Magento’s intuitive administration interface features powerful marketing tools, a catalog-management engine and is SEO optimized to give merchants the power to create sites that provide an unrivaled and rich online shopping experience for their customers, tailored to their unique business needs.

When it comes to choosing an eCommerce CMS, you could go with WooCommerce which is an extension of WordPress, Shopify, Volusion, and a number of other ones.

Lot of businesses choose Magento is because it is a very robust platform with a high level of functionality and customizability, it is highly scalable, meaning there would be no need to change to a different platform later on as you scale up.

Enable Magento caching

This is of course the first step in optimization: Enable all the available caches in the Magento Admin Panel. When all other settings are in place and the site is ready to go live, navigate to System → Cache Management. Select everything and then under the drop-down select Enable and click Submit.

Latest Version

It is very important that you are always running the latest version of Magento as updates generally contain bug fixes and performance improvements. There are three main steps when it comes to upgrading a Magento installation.

1. Install a fresh version the Magento file tree
2. Run the installer from the file tree on top of the outdated database
3. Move over themes and custom extensions from the old version to the current version.

Magento upgrade is a little more work as compare WooCommerce or Shopify upgrade, but Customer Paradigm has a good in-depth tutorial on how to fully upgrade Magento.

Content Delivery Network

Implementing a CDN with Magento is one of the easiest ways to instantly see decreased load times, By doing  this you can ensure you are serving your product images, javascript, CSS from multiple locations around the globe so they are delivered faster to your clients.

Magento and Magento 2 CDN Integration with KeyCDN is very simple. Both can be setup with HTTP and HTTPS configurations.

Setting Up a Flat Catalog

You probably know that Magento uses EAV database structure for categories, products. In some cases this solution is not the best or fastest. Enabling the flat catalog for categories and products merges product data into one table, thereby improving performance by responding to MySQL queries faster.

On the Admin menu, select System → Configuration. Then in the panel on the left under Catalog, select Catalog

Under Frontend change Use Flat Catalog Category and Use Flat Catalog Product to Yes.

When complete, click the Save Config button.

Clear the cache. The recommended way to do this is to delete everything from the /var/cache directory. You can also do it by navigating to System → Cache Management and clicking on Flush Cache Storage which is equivalent to deleting all the cache.

Optimize Images

Very few stores are optimizing images which is quite important considering that images change on every page load. Optimizing your product images can dramatically increase the speed of your pages as this decreases their download times.

You can compress them before uploading them using a tool like PhotoShop or there are a number of extensions you can use to auto-optimize them.

 

GTMetrix also has a Magento extension called GTspeed. It includes image optimization as well as CSS/JS concatenation and minification. Take a look at the difference on a stock Magento install. After installing the plugin, take a look at the difference on a stock Magento install:

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Cheap SSL Certificates

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SSL Certificates are now almost mandatory, if your website is accepting any kind of sensitive information such as passwords, credit cards etc. Securing your website with SSL certificate builds trust for your visitor, and allows a secure medium to do the transaction. At WebHostUK, we offer discounted SSL certificates with Free installation and setup. For a very limited period, we are offering additional 20% discount on new SSL purchases.

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How to Optimize and Speed Up WordPress Websites

Speedup wordpress
Speedup wordpress

How to speed up WordPress surely is a hot topic these days. Slow page load speeds are especially crippling for eCommerce sites. Almost 90 per cent of shoppers who are dissatisfied with a site’s performance are less likely to buy from the same site again, while a one second delay decreases customer satisfaction.

Why should you speed up WordPress?

There are many reasons that ring alarm bells, some of which might even cause major concerns for you:

Search engines (like Google) rank websites with fast-loading times higher than the slow-loading ones. So, if you want to improve your position in the SERPs, improving speed should be one of your priorities.

Studies have shown that site-loading speed of more than 2 seconds usually results in about 47 percent of visitors bouncing off the website. So, to keep about half of your visitors interested, you should speed up your WordPress.

Online buyers are the most impatient lot; they expect the page to load within a second. So, if you are running an ecommerce store on WordPress then you better get ready to make major improvements so your business can be more profitable.

Test the loading time of your website?

First things first, you need to analyze the current load time for your website. Keep in mind that this speed may differ from page to page, as it depends on various factors, namely:

  • the size of that particular page
  • how many requests it generates
  • whether it is cached or not
  • and lastly, what kind of content (static or dynamic) it hosts.

 

The homepage of a website is usually used as a benchmark to test the load time. In order to check the speed of a website, the following three tools are used extensively across the web:

  • WebPageTest.org
  • Tools.Pingdom.com
  • PageSpeed Insights (this doesn’t really report the page loading time, but does highlight the elements that you can tweak to speed up WordPress)
Use a Fast WordPress Theme

You need to start with a fast and well-coded WordPress theme or framework. If you choose a theme packed with lots of additional features that you don’t need, it’ll negatively impact your site performance.

Design that has been coded badly, or uses images throughout the design, will add unnecessary weight to your page. It is not uncommon for some WordPress themes to be a few megabytes in size. Such a design could add a few seconds to your page loading time.

The default WordPress themes are incredibly well-coded, light-weight, very fast and easily customizable. If you can handle a little bit of code or hire a developer, Choose a design that has been optimized for desktops, tablets and mobile devices. Search engines favor responsive designs as they ensure all pages have the same URL, however adaptive designs that were created specifically for mobile phones can improve a mobile user’s experience considerably (it is not uncommon for an adaptive design to reduce page size by over one megabyte).

Install A Caching Plugin

Second most effective way (the first being choosing a good web host) to improve your site’s load times is to install a caching plugin.

Caching involves storing parts of your site so they only need to be loaded once instead of every time a user visits your site. Caching is especially helpful for your return visitors, as well as others who visit several pages of your site. when a caching plugin is active on your site, it servers users cached copies of your pages.

It greatly reduces MySQL database access, no. of PHP requests, server access for static resources, and even HTTP requests (in case of combining multiple files into one).

As soon as you install a plugin like W3 Total Cache or WP Super Cache, you’ll be able to tell that your site loads faster.

WP Super Cache is a more user-friendly alternative and you don’t need to be a server expert to set it up. It offers a variety of caching features:

  • Page Cache
  • Minify
  • Object Cache
  • Database Cache
  • Browser Cache
  • CDN

Initially, you don’t want everything enabled. You can still safely enable everything except Minify and CDN (unless you want to use a CDN).

Minify breaks some other heavily JS-based plugins unless you specifically tweak it. On the other hand, you should tweak the Browser Cache settings to utilise the full potential of browser caching.

Use a Content Delivery Network (CDN)

Content Delivery Network is essentially a network of geographically dispersed servers. Each CDN node (also called Edge Servers) caches the static content of a site like the images, CSS/JS files and other structural components. The majority of an end-user’s page load time is spent on retrieving this content, and so it makes sense to provide these “building blocks” of a site in as many server nodes as possible, distributed throughout the world.

To minimize the distance between the visitors and your website’s server, a CDN stores a cached version of its content in multiple geographical locations (a.k.a., points of presence, or PoPs). Each PoP contains a number of caching servers responsible for content delivery to visitors within its proximity.

Setting up a CDN can take a few hours, but it’s usually one of the quickest ways to dramatically improve page-loading speed.

Enable Gzip Compression

Compressing files on your local computer can save a lot of disk space. Similarly, for the web, we can use GZIP compression. This maneuver will dramatically reduce the bandwidth usage and the time it takes to gain access to your website. GZIP compresses various files so that whenever a visitor tries to access your website; their browser will first have to unzip the website. This process brings down the bandwidth usage to a considerable extent.

You can use either a plugin like the GZip Ninja Speed Optimization or add the following codes in your .htaccess file.

AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE text/plain
AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE text/html
AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE text/xml
AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE text/css
AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE application/xml
AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE application/xhtml+xml
AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE application/rss+xml
AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE application/javascript
AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE application/x-javascript

Enable Gzip Compression

Why is Gzip compression important?

  • It increases the loading speed of a website by saving 50-80 percent bandwidth.
  • Thus, it helps to optimize your website.
  • It is widely installed on the web server such as in IIS, Apache and nginx.
  • In Apache, already a default setting in the module mod_deflate is present for Gzip compression.
  • Gzip compression is recommended for different text files such as:
    CSS and Javascript (extension .css and .js), HTML (.html) also all types of dynamic HTML (such as extension .php, .aspx), textfiles (extension .txt), and also Webservices, such as WSDL, REST and JSON.
  • It is greatly valuable and gives full benefits as per or even more than it costs.
Monitor Plugins

Before installing any plugin on website, ask yourself “Is this plugin necessary?”.

Plugins are one of the biggest causes of WordPress websites being slow. The more plugins you install without research, the more likely you will face performance issues; however the sheer number of plugins you have installed is not the reason a WordPress website can slow down.

Certain plugins are known for causing websites to be slow. There are many reasons for this including bad coding, calls to external servers and persistent calls and updating of your WordPress database. Pay close attention to how much CPU plugins use too. Many plugins can bottleneck your CPU due to persistent processes. If this happens, your whole server could go down.

One plugin I highly recommend you use is P3 Profiler. The plugin will show you exactly how much load time your plugins are adding. A breakdown is given which displays exactly how much load each plugin adds. It is the most effective way of seeing what plugins are slowing down your website.

Optimize Database

WordPress software, as you probably know, uses PHP and MySQL. PHP is a programming language that’s used in WordPress to access and display the information stored in a MySQL database.

WordPress database optimization is one of the essential tasks to keeping your WordPress blog speedy & healthy. You can optimize your WordPress MySQL database directly from PHPMyAdmin, or by using a plugin like WP-Optimize or WP-DBManager. These plugins are capable of deleting all your pending spam comments, trashed posts, auto-saved drafts, post revisions to name a few.

They can also perform general MySQL database optimization queries without you having to access PHPMyAdmin. A well optimized, fast responding database is a huge bonus for a database-driven software like WordPress.

 Minify and Combine CSS and Javascript

Every call to your CSS and Javascript files is an HTTP request. That means that when someone visits your web page, their computer sends a request for a file and then the server sends it back. The more requests there are to your server, the longer it will take for your pages to load.

There are a number of WordPress plugins available that will minify your CSS and Javascript files using either WP Minify or Better WordPress Minify.

PHP5 application Minify combines multiple CSS and Javascript files into a single file. Which greatly reduces the number of HTTP requests. Application also removes unnecessary whitespace and comments.

Optimize Images for Speed

Images bring life to your content and help boost engagement. Researchers have found that using colored visuals makes people 80% more likely to read your content

Optimizing images for the web not only makes your site load faster but it also improves its SEO – which, in itself, is a great reason to start optimizing today. Another major plus point is that once your images are optimized, you’ll save a ton of space on your site’s hosting server.

Before you upload a photo directly from your phone or camera, we recommend that you use photo editing software to optimize your images for web. In their original formats, these photos can have huge file sizes. But based on the image file format and the compression you choose in your editing software, you can decrease your image size by up to 5x.

Disable Directory Browsing

By default most web servers like Apache, NGINX and LiteSpeed have directory browsing enabled, it automatically displays an index page showing the contents of the directory.

From a security standpoint you don’t want this happening since you don’t want people to look around your site structure. Hackers can easily find potential exploits in themes and plugins by sniffing through those files.

If you open the following URL and find a bunch of files, then it means that directory browsing is disabled in your server.

URL: http://yourwebsite.com/wp-includes/ (where yourwebsite is the name of your WordPress site).

If the above link contains a list of folders, then this means directory browsing is enabled.

If directory browsing is enabled, it will look something like this:

 

Select the Right Web Hosting Provider for WordPress

Its one of most important point while look to wordpress website hosting. You need to make sure the Web hosting company specializes in WordPress Hosting , offers good security , Speed/ Performance and one of the best support required for WordPress Web hosting

 

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UK Web Hosting Good Friday Sale
UK Web Hosting EASTER SALE

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How to Install Magento 2.1.3 on PHP 7.1.0

magento on php 7
magento on php 7

Here is how to install and run the latest Magento 2.1.3 on the latest PHP 7.1.0

Disclaimer: although this hack is tested on the default Magento 2.1.3 sample data installation use this with caution for production sites. always test test test!

Patch installation files

Magento 2.1.3 checks php version and refuses to install with php 7.1.0. Let’s bypass it.

Open up setup/src/Magento/Setup/Model/PhpRedinessCheck.php and change line 79

from:

$normalizedPhpVersion = $this->getNormalizedCurrentPhpVersion(PHP_VERSION);

to:

$normalizedPhpVersion = $this->getNormalizedCurrentPhpVersion('7.0.2');
Suppress mcrypt warnings

Edit vendor/magento/framework/Encryption/Crypt.php and prefix all mcrypt/mdecrypt functions with @ :

@mdecrypt_generic

here is a diff file:

54c54
< $this->_handle = @mcrypt_module_open($cipher, ”, $mode, ”);

> $this->_handle = mcrypt_module_open($cipher, ”, $mode, ”);
56c56
< $maxKeySize = @mcrypt_enc_get_key_size($this->_handle);

> $maxKeySize = mcrypt_enc_get_key_size($this->_handle);
62c62
< $initVectorSize = @mcrypt_enc_get_iv_size($this->_handle);

> $initVectorSize = mcrypt_enc_get_iv_size($this->_handle);
80c80
< @mcrypt_module_close($this->_handle);

> mcrypt_module_close($this->_handle);
83c83
< @mcrypt_generic_init($this->_handle, $key, $initVector);

> mcrypt_generic_init($this->_handle, $key, $initVector);
93,94c93,94
< @mcrypt_generic_deinit($this->_handle);
< @mcrypt_module_close($this->_handle);

> mcrypt_generic_deinit($this->_handle);
> mcrypt_module_close($this->_handle);
138c138
< return @mcrypt_generic($this->_handle, $data);

> return mcrypt_generic($this->_handle, $data);
152c152
< $data = @mdecrypt_generic($this->_handle, $data);

> $data = mdecrypt_generic($this->_handle, $data);

rm -rf var/cache/*
rm -rf var/generation/*

WordPress 4.7.3 Security & Maintenance Release

wordpress upgrade
wordpress upgrade

WordPress 4.7.3 is now available. This is a security release for all previous versions and we strongly encourage you to update your sites immediately.

WordPress versions 4.7.2 and earlier are affected by six security issues:

 

  • Control characters can trick redirect URL validation.
  • Reported by Daniel Chatfield.

 

  • Unintended files can be deleted by administrators using the plugin deletion functionality.
  • Reported by xuliang.

 

  • Cross-site scripting (XSS) via video URL in YouTube embeds.
  • Reported by Marc Montpas.

 

  • Cross-site scripting (XSS) via taxonomy term names.
  • Reported by Delta.

Cross-site request forgery (CSRF) in Press This leading to excessive use of server resources.

Reported by Sipke Mellema.

Thank you to the reporters for practicing responsible disclosure.

In addition to the security issues above, WordPress 4.7.3 contains 39 maintenance fixes to the 4.7 release series. For more information, see the release notes or consult the list of changes.

Download WordPress 4.7.3 or venture over to Dashboard → Updates and simply click “Update Now.” Sites that support automatic background updates are already beginning to update to WordPress 4.7.3.

How to activate CloudFlare in the cPanel customer interface

Step 1 – Find CloudFlare in the Control Panel

After the CloudFlare plugin is installed, you will see a CloudFlare icon in cPanel.

 

Step 2 – Activation

If they already have a CloudFlare direct account, sign-in. If not, click on Sign up.


Step 3 – CNAME or Full DNS setup

CNAME setup :  By default, CloudFlare is set up for your customers using CNAME. To enable CloudFlare on CNAME​, please click
Provision Domain with CNAME Setup​ green button.

Full DNS option

Once you enable the Full DNS option in the config.js file, your customers can select and use either CNAME or Full DNS setup. Customers will need to refresh the page after the hosting provider updates their name servers
to CloudFlare’s name servers.

Step 4 – Enable CloudFlare for subdomains

For subdomains, click the grey cloud icon and toggle to orange. This means traffic will flow through CloudFlare for these subdomains.

Enable CloudFlare for subdomains

 

Enable CloudFlare for subdomains

Step 5 — Analytics

Your can see CloudFlare analytics for each site by clicking the “Analytics” icon

Step 5 — Additional settings and upgrades

Users can now control more CloudFlare security settings right from cPanel.

In addition to selecting the basic security level of your site from Essentially Off, Low, Medium, or High, you can configure the Challenge Passage, which specifies how long a visitor is allowed access to your website after completing a challenge.

You can enable Browser Integrity Check which evaluates HTTP headers from your visitors browser for threats, if a threat is found a block page will be delivered. In addition, users can select ‘I’m under attack mode’ when experiencing a DDoS attack on Layer 7. To access additional settings and upgrade from “Free” to “Pro”, customers need to log in to their cloudflare.com account.