LEMP stack is a group of software and LEMP is an acronym and it describes a Linux operating system, with Nginx web server, MySQL as a database and the dynamic processing is handled by PHP to … [Read more...] about How To Install LEMP Stack – Ubuntu (Linux), NGINX, MySQL, PHP
Learn how to deploy your static and Dynamic website on various servers (Shared, & Cloud VPS etc) like Digital Ocean, and Linode using LAMP Stack and LEMP Stack.
URL Redirect Methods URL redirects are a very important part for every webmaster. There are a couple of ways to use URL redirects, each of them has their own advantages and meaning to the … [Read more...] about URL Redirect Methods: 302 Redirect vs. 301 Redirect
If a server has enough resources, then there is no point to waste those resources by only hosting a single website. This guide is tested on Ubuntu 14.04, 16.04, 18.04 LTE. The installation and … [Read more...] about How To Host Multiple Websites on Ubuntu with NGINX
This guide covers the step-by-step guide to Install WordPress on Ubuntu 18.04, 16.04, 14.04 LTE Server with LEMP Stack to help your website perform better and faster. WordPress is popular, Dynamic … [Read more...] about How to Install WordPress on Ubuntu 18.04 LTE – LEMP Stack
This guide covers the easy way to install Let's Encrypt SSL on Ubuntu Server with NGINX. Let's Encrypt is one of the newest Certificate Authority (CA). It is the easiest way to get TLS/SSL … [Read more...] about How to Install Let’s Encrypt SSL on Ubuntu 18.04 & 16.04, 14.04 LTS
Error establishing a database connection in WordPress simply means your website is not able to connect to the database. If you manage a WordPress website, and you are facing the same error, it could … [Read more...] about Error Establishing a Database Connection in WordPress Fix
While web browsing, you must have noticed websites returning 502 Bad gateway NGINX error. It is really frustrating to keep seeing this error again and again. While sometimes, your website runs well … [Read more...] about Fix 502 Bad Gateway Nginx Error in Ubuntu