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Setup WordPress via the Command Line

This is, in my opinion, the easiest way to do a manual install of WordPress. This tutorial is aimed at running WordPress on a Cloud Server, VPS, or Dedicated Server. We are assuming that you are comfortable loading up an SSH client, or using a web-based console. We based this tutorial on a fresh install … Read more

Setup a server, with WordPress in 15 minutes!

 

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Great so you have weighed the pros and cons of hosting your project on your own servers, and decided it is the right option. So, the next stepĀ  is to decide how to go about getting setup. You could go with setting up your server(s) on premises, or co-location of your hardware could be an option. These methods will get you online, but create extra expenses and overhead. If you don’t have a need to control your hardware, the best way to get going is to buildĀ  your servers in the cloud.

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Shared hosting vs running your own server (pros and cons).

Shared vs Server

Many people who build Websites and applications have been at a point where they have to consider the best place for their project to live. Do they want to use a shared webhost? Or, do they need (or want) to run on their own servers. The majority of simple websites, blogs, and whatnot can run perfectly fine on a shared host. Millions of websites run on shared hosting, and for most it is the correct choice.

Other projects may rely heavily on custom software stacks, or non-standard modules, or just not function properly on a shared host. These folks typically need to run in their own servers. Sometimes,

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