2nd October 2018 - PHP
I’ve published one before on the VestaCP Forums regarding how to install PHP 7.0 on Centos 7 with VestaCP. This tutorial is now for PHP 7.2 which has increased performance over PHP 7.0 and 7.1. If you have a handful of WordPress websites on PHP 5, you should upgrade. If you’re on PHP 7.0 from my previous tutorials, or are using my Server Installer Script then this will also work for you. I would advise upgrading when you have time.Continue Reading
Little tool here for you WordPress and NodeQuery lovers!
This plugin (NodeQuery Dashboard Widget) for WordPress will always be updated at the WordPress Repo: https://wordpress.org/plugins/dashboard-widget-nodequery/Continue Reading
Little tool here for you WordPress lovers.
This plugin (VestaCP Dashboard Widget) for WordPress will always be updated at the WordPress Repo: https://wordpress.org/plugins/vestacp-dashboard-widget/Continue Reading
I have created a little plugin for VestaCP called the VestaCP Tools Plugin (obviously unofficial as they don’t have any official way to create plugins yet). It’s a super simple way to get an overview of what’s going on inside your VestaCP server. It basically lists all the domain names, mail domains, cron jobs, etc globally so you don’t have to login to each individual user to get the data.
I decided to create the perfect VestaCP server installer script (in my opinion) for CentOS 7 (I have only tried it on CentOS 7). Basically, you run it, it asks a few questions and then it sets up a perfect server including CSF, Monit and PHP 7 (if you want it). Amazing, right?Continue Reading
I was looking for a way to do this for an installation where WordPress had many different header and footer templates depending on the default template used in WordPress, and it’s rather simple to Add Yoast SEO to WordPress Theme Header. If you haven’t already got Yoast, click here to get it. It will import settings from other major WordPress SEO plugins.Continue Reading