How to Install Google Fonts Locally and Eliminate Render Blocking in Google Page Speed Insights

Submitted by techyboy on Tue, 11/07/2017 - 20:49

It is usual to test your website performance using Google Page Speed Insights. Google does not like slow performing sites. You will rank extra and get more traffic if your site loads in less than 3 seconds. Website look depends not only on graphics but also on Fonts used to render text. Google Fonts is a heaven for website developers to get open source fonts that can be loaded fast even on bandwidth constrained internet connections. Google Fonts are available in 135 languages. Google Fonts are served using CDN servers.


How to Configure Free Email Account Bundled With Each GoDaddy Domain To Receive Emails

Submitted by techyboy on Sun, 11/05/2017 - 21:26

A website design should provide a way to the customer to contact the site admin for any query. These queries some times help the admin to fix any problems with webpage options. To maintain a professional email account with the same domain name, you need to opt for monthly and yearly email plans which does not please some site owners whose business is not dependent on email contacts. For example, websites providing information to users may not need to get in touch with users daily. You can get away with the free email accounts provided by Godaddy for each domain.


How to Install HTTP/2 In Apache Ubuntu Environment For Multiplexing and Server Push

Submitted by techyboy on Sun, 11/05/2017 - 12:02

HTTP/2 is the advanced version of HTTP/1.1 protocol used widely at present. HTTP/1.1 is supported by almost all browsers. You can easily feel performance improvements of blog type sites when run under the support of HTTP/2 protocol. Browsers request less number of connections to servers decreasing Round Trip Time considerably, which leads to page speed boosts. HTTP/2 actually evolved from Google SPDY ( SPeeDY ) protocol which aimed at reducing transport layer delays in exchanging data between client and server.


How to Check Your Website For Correct Installation of SSL Certificates and Errors | 7 SSL Checker Tools

Submitted by techyboy on Sun, 10/22/2017 - 22:41

It is a common practice to check for loopholes and errors after installation of SSL Certificates in the server. Your website will be immune to information tapping techniques if SSL certificates are properly installed. Your passwords and credit card data is encrypted before submitting the order page. HTTPS sites create positive impression and gain customer confidence. Google gives extra traffic to SSL enabled sites over simple HTTP sites. Thinking about your server safety, you invest money on buying and renewing SSL certificates.


How to Install SSL Certificate on Ubuntu 16 and Apache Server | Cloud Server Tutorial

Submitted by techyboy on Fri, 10/20/2017 - 20:34

It is a know fact that google gives extra value to those websites that use SSL certificates. Browsers show a Green Pad Lock Icon next to address bar to indicate that the information exchanged with the website is secure. Though SSL slows down your site little bit, it is worth upgrading your site from HTTP to HTTPS. Along with Cloud CMS apps like Wordpress, Drupal and Joomla, Ubuntu Operating System is offered. We show you how to install SSL certificates on Ubuntu 16 OS, a variation of Linux Distribution.


How to Generate Certificate Signing Request CSR and SSL Certificates On Ubuntu 16 | Webhosting Tutorial

Submitted by techyboy on Thu, 10/19/2017 - 21:05

An SSL ( Secure Socket Layer ) certificate enables accessing your website over HTTPS ( Hyper Text Transfer Protocol Secure ). Websites with SSL certificate are shown along with a Green Padlock Icon in the address bar of most of the modern browsers. HTTPS websites enable confidence in visitors and make them feel secure and genuine. Customers happily do transactions on sites with HTTPS. Here, you are going to learn how to successfully generate a Certificate Signing Request and SSL certificate on a linux based OS like Ubuntu 16.


Choosing a Bluehost Devcloud Cloud Server & Managing Your Cloud Apps Drupal, Wordpress, Joomla Like a Pro | Cloud Hosting Tutorial

Submitted by techyboy on Sun, 10/15/2017 - 10:46

All website owners want their sites to be fluid and responsive all times irrespective of visitor traffic. Many hosting providers advertise about their plans to be cheap and best. In fact, all those offerings are related to their Shared Hosting Plans. If you are getting a solid traffic and revenue monthly, you do not need to worry about the hosting plans.


How to Backup and Restore MySql Database Files | MySql Tutorial

Submitted by techyboy on Fri, 10/13/2017 - 09:21

MySql is the mostly used database in all server environments. Though the latest mysql version is 7.x, most websites still use mysql 5.6 to make it compatible with various php-plugins and CMS packages like Drupal, Joomla and Wordpress etc. It is necessary to regularly dump all database tables so that you can store the backup files in some where in the same computer or other PC. Skipping database backups puts you under risk of loosing your latest data say new articles added to your website if restored with an old backup file.


Window 10 Cumulative Security Update KB4041676 - October 10, 2017, Fixes A Bunch of Issues With Internet Explorer

Submitted by techyboy on Thu, 10/12/2017 - 22:16

Microsoft recently issued a Cumulative Security Update kb4041676 on October 10, 2017 for Windows 10 Devices and Systems. The update includes both security and performance improvements. Some customers may even experience booting issues if not installed the update properly. Windows states that no new features are introduced with this update. The update kb4041676 fixed many issues in the home grown browser, Internet Explorer.


How to install Windows 10 using your Windows 7 or Windows 8 product key

Submitted by iphoneuser on Sat, 10/07/2017 - 17:23

For those who needed to perform a clean install of Windows 10 from the outset, it was a two step process of first validating the machine through the upgrade routine, ensure the Windows 10 Upgrade was activated, then proceed to perform a Reset. With the latest update users no longer have to go through this process. In this article, we take a look at how to install and activate Windows 10 using your Windows 7 or Windows 8 product key.