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Powerful Command Line Tools to Install WordPress

Below is an index of my blog posts on using command line tools to install WordPress on a VPS (Virtual Private Server). Over the past few years I have written nearly a dozen posts on this topic. In February 2024, I completed a major content refresh for most of my past articles, making them more relevant and recent. This post is a good way to re-introduce those blog articles.

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Introducing the helpful Server Management Panel Series

Learn all about the Server Management Panel Series in this blog post. You will find a list of blog posts on this topic that I have published over the years: Think of this as in Index page of sorts. I understood from some hard lessons, the importance of having a reliable and efficient server management panel, both for managing my author site and for gaathastory It can make or break your website’s performance and overall user experience. The list below hopefully will help you avoid my error prone learning curve.
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Exploring the unfulfilled Need for WordPress Alternatives

In this post, we will explore the need for WordPress alternatives, and discuss some alternatives in the open source content management system space. WordPress offers a user-friendly interface, a vast library of plugins and themes, and a supportive community. However, WordPress may not always be the best fit for every website development project. In this post, we will discuss some alternative content management systems to WordPress, including open source alternatives to WordPress for website.

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HestiaCP Web Control Panel : A Useful Open Source Server Panel

Let us learn about HestiaCP Web Control Panel in this post.This blog post also outlines the differences between open source projects – HestiaCP and VestaCP in development, interface, security, and features.

इस ब्लॉग पोस्ट में ओपन सोर्स वेब होस्टिंग कंट्रोल पैनल्स HestiaCP और VestaCP की तुलना की गई है। इसमें उनके विकास, इंटरफेस, सुरक्षा, और फीचर्स में अंतर को उजागर किया गया है। यह लेख पाठक को वेब सर्वर को कुशलतापूर्वक प्रबंधित करने के लिए सूचित निर्णय लेने में मदद करता है।

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Installing WordPress Using Command Line Installers

This blog post discusses the various options for installing WordPress using command line installers. Specifically, we cover open-source command-line based tools like Webinoly, WordOps, and Slickstack over proprietary tools. We will explore their pros, cons, limitations, and ideal audience.The article serves as a guide for beginners to intermediate-level tech enthusiasts,who are looking to for an alternative way to install WordPress.

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Multiple cancellations of VPS Hosting

Over the past two weeks, I have been on a spree of multiple cancellations of VPS Hosting. I am looking to consolidate services, and I thought it made sense to reduce the number of active servers I had in my ‘portfolio’. Which made me wonder, what might be the possible reasons why people do multiple cancellations of VPS Hosting?

हिंदी में सारांश

मैंने अपने वेब होस्टिंग “साम्राज्य” को छोटा करने का निर्णय लिया है। मैंने कई सर्वर सेवाएं बंद कीं हैं और साल के अंत तक इसे आधा करने की कोशिश कर रहा हूं। VPS होस्टिंग को रद्द करने के कई कारण हो सकते हैं, जैसे सेवाओं का संघटन, अनावश्यक सब्सक्रिप्शन्स, मूल्य वृद्धि |

मराठीत सारांश

मी माझ्या वेब होस्टिंग ‘साम्राज्य’ लहान करण्याचा ठराव घेतला आहे. मी काही सर्व्हर सेवा बंद केल्या आहेत आणि वर्षाच्या शेवटी पर्यंत त्याचे आधी करण्याचा प्रयत्न करत आहे.

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What are Free and Open Source Server Management Panels?

Open Source Server Management Panels serve as web-based interfaces, enabling users to manage their servers and hosting accounts. These panels are open source, meaning that their source code is available for anyone to use, modify, and distribute. Open Source Server Panels are designed to simplify server management and make it accessible to users with little or no technical expertise.

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How to Setup a WordPress site on Alpine Linux and Lighttpd server

Find a step-by-step process of installing WordPress site on Alpine Linux using the Lighttpd server. This post is a feeder or add-on post to my previously published blog post on How to install and configure WordPress site on a Lighttpd server. If the two posts are read in conjunction, it might benefit you the most. However, each post is adequate in its own form, hope you will find the below instructions useful.

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Exploring Content Delivery Networks I have Used

The blog post discusses various Content Delivery Networks I have used for my websites since 2019. These include CDNs  for Images, Video, Scripts, Documents, and Audio. I summarize insights and experiences with each CDN, highlighting their features and benefits. The article aims to help readers make informed decisions when selecting a CDN for their content delivery needs. Specifically, I will cover CDNs that are catered to small and medium businesses, as well as a few lesser-known CDNs that have proved to be reliable and cost-effective.

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Leverage the Bandwidth Alliance to Reduce Costs for Content Delivery

The Bandwidth Alliance, led by Cloudflare, is an innovative consortium of cloud and networking companies dedicated to minimizing data transfer costs. It is very easy to use Bandwidth Alliance to reduce costs. Cloudflare has partnered with various cloud storage providers like Backblaze and Scaleway, both members of the Alliance, making data transfer between them either free or significantly reduced.

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A Short Introduction of Telegra.ph by Telegram Messenger

In this post, I explore the minimalist yet robust publishing tool, Telegra.ph, created by Telegram. This blog post outlines the core features of Telegra.ph, including anonymous posting, text formatting options, and post-editing via a Telegram bot. Despite its simple interface, Telegra.ph supports rich-formatted posts inclusive of images, videos, and other embedded content. You might want to add telegra.ph to your list of publishing tools, if you are looking to combine simplicity with power.
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Pastebin and Alternatives : Online Text Sharing made easy

In this post, we will explore the Pastebin and alternatives to this most popular and widely used platform for sharing code snippets, writing notes, or log files. It’s lightweight, fast, and easy to use – perfect for quickly sharing snippets of code or text online with others. However, if you do need extra security features, then there are plenty of alternative services out there.In this blog post, we will follow the history of text and code sharing, compare it with Note sharing sites, and explore some of the alternatives to Pastebin.

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