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27 Apr 2016

11 Essential Questions to Ask When Choosing Hosting Provider

9, 75,000. This is the search result for “cheapest hosting”. Do you also choose a hosting provider in the same way? Having a relationship with a hosting provider is lot like online dating. In order to have a successful relationship, you cannot just go for the cheapest hosting provider or the first person you meet […]


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07 Apr 2016

WordPress 4.5 Field Guide

Few more days! Can you feel the buzzing excitement already? Yes, the wait is over. WordPress is all set to release the next major version i.e, WordPress 4.5 by the second week of April 2016 (set to be released on 16th April 2016). Yes, we are excited too! We have been following the Beta Development […]


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29 Mar 2016

8 Questions to Ask Before You Redesign Your Website

Does your website suffer from “set it and forget it” syndrome? A website is the digital manifestation of your business and it requires review and re-design for continuous up-leveling of your brand. With the ever-changing landscape of technology, it is good to keep up with time. But as it is with everything else, you shouldn’t […]


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14 Mar 2016

Getting Started with Theme Development in WordPress

On the pretext of sounding like broken record, we say it again – WordPress is huge! Over 74,652,825 and counting user base is a reigning proof of WordPress popularity. So what makes WordPress so popular? Among other reasons, themes are one of the major reasons of its popularity. And if you are looking into ways […]


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23 Feb 2016

Set Up WordPress Blog in 30 Minutes

Nothing gives you as much freedom to express yourself as a blog, over the internet. Not much can be expressed through social media with character limitation and not everything can be added on to the website. So, if you have decided to go for a blog, the first thing you need to determine is the […]


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22 Feb 2016

Cloud Hosting Trends In 2016

It’s that time of the year, again! The beginning of any new year bring with itself lots of questions and resolutions. Especially when it comes to business, there is always that question lurking in the minds of entrepreneurs on what technology trends will transform the businesses in 2016. At Netrouting, we help our clients transform […]


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28 Jan 2016

Why is it Important to Update your Website regularly

Think of a scenario: you are building a house, getting the interiors done, the garden set up, furniture and furnishings picked out. All in all, you have made a home. Now leave it like that for a few years. It is not hard to imagine the condition of the unkempt house with peeling paints, overgrown […]


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25 Jan 2016

MySQL master-master setup

In our previous blog ‘MySQL master-slave’ setup, we have seen how having a slave server replicate the changes in a master server provides redundancy for your databases.In this article we’ll try something different.  We’ll use a multi-master setup in which 2 servers will mirror the MySQL databases of each other. This means any changes in […]


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21 Jan 2016

How to use bbPress wordpress plugin

74,652,825 and counting! This is what the user base of WordPress looks like. And so there is no denying the fact that WordPress is one of the most powerful CMS out there! Perfect for running a blog or a website, WordPress is one of the easiest to handle, adding oodles to its popularity. But even if […]


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16 Dec 2015

How to Keep a Live Backup Ready for Any Disaster with MySQL Master-Slave Replication

In our earlier blogs we have explained about cPanel backups and the importance of taking periodic backups. Now is the time to talk about database backups. Of course, we are all too familiar now with the idea of automating backups. We use cron or at to schedule our backups and the frequency depends on our […]


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