Drupal 6 full support ended in February 2016. But how long will “LTS” support continue?
Yes! I always recommend separate, website-specific backups. Your hosting provider may or may not make additional backups, and if so great. But I recommend backups of individual sites. Here’s why a belt-and-suspenders approach works best: (more…)
Keeping your website up-to-date is mandatory. CMS updates fix security holes and improve performance, add new features, and maintain compatibility with the server’s ecosystem. But will these updates break your site? It’s a simple enough question and but unfortunately there answer is not so simple. I follow with some technical factors that can determine the likelihood of […]
Caching can greatly improve website performance. This is important for nonprofits and associations concerned about reducing overhead. Here’s a brief guide to Drupal and WordPress cache: and when and how to clear it.
Taking steps to protect your website from threats like the WordPress brute-force attack before they happen will ensure 24/7 Web presence for your business. Here’s what to do.