Few days ago I received a call from a friend who needed help figuring out why his laptop wasn’t connecting to his WiFi router after changing his password.
After quickly looking at the laptop, I asked him if something changed recently.. he replied that he just changed the WiFi password.
When he told me he just changed the WiFi password, I told him to enter the new password to connect.
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Using SSL encryption on your website or blogs to protect user’s privacy is not a bad idea. In fact, Google recommends it.
Google announced few months back, that if you migrate to your websites and blogs to HTTPS, you may get a small bump on its search engine result pages.
Adding SSL encryption also cost money depending on the certificate you want to install. For those who are not making enough money from their websites or blogs but still want to add SSL certificates can use LetsEncrypt.
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Google AdSense program is a great way for webmasters to earn some money for their content. I have used AdSense Ads on all my blogs online for sometimes now.
For others, AdSense isn’t a viable revenue stream so they opt for other services. Whether you a seasoned professional or just beginning, AdSense can help pay some of your website’s bills.
We used Google’s AdSense ads on this blog because they help us pay for hosting fees and other costs.
Without AdSense, we probably wouldn’t have lasted this long. Although what we earn now isn’t much as compared to few years ago, we still survive on it.
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WordPress version 4.4 nicknamed “Clifford” in honor jazz trumpeter Clifford Brown, is now available to install or upgrade from the admin dashboard.
Over the last few weeks we’ve shown you how to install WordPress on Ubuntu, CentOS and other Linux distributions.
This post similar in that webmasters can install the new WordPress version by downloading and following our previous guides on installing WordPress.
For those who already have WordPress installed, they can upgrade directly from the admin dashboard, as long as the correct webserver permissions are in place.
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We have been writing about content management systems lately. We wrote about installing WordPress on Ubuntu and today, we’re going to show you how to install Joomla CMS on Ubuntu servers.
There are many content management systems in used today. From WordPress to Drupal to Joomla, and there are many others that allow anyone to build beautiful websites and blogs with limited design and coding skills.
These systems help webmasters and website owners manage their website efficiently.
Back in the old days, webmasters used to manually create web pages and content offline, then use publishing tools to publish those changes to their sites online.
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