Did you upgrade your VPS and it looks like the disk is still the same size? Did you migrate your VPS to another host using the method in part 1 of this easy mode series and the target disk was bigger so you want to make use of that extra space?
I will show you in a few simple methods below with examples of resize2fs and growpart and also the super simple point and click GParted.
In the following image we get a look at the disk and partition size before any changes have been made so we...
Installing Proxmox VE 6.2 at SoYouStart How to (almost) become a Hosting Provider for only US$29.95 and in only 20 minutes
Contributed by @Not_Oles -- June 21, 2020
Every interaction with a website requires a client (often a web browser) and also a server. Servers are computers on the internet which transmit content in response to requests sent by clients. The server which supplies the specific content responsive to specific requests often is called the host for that...
Welcome to the sixth and the concluding part of this six-part series on Pagebuilders.
Before we proceed, a quick recap of the previous five posts
Part I : Introduction to Pagebuilders In this post, I ( @vyas) gave an overview of the types of pagebuidlers, their utility, as well as limitations. My co-author @Ympker shared his thoughts and motivation for participating in this rather exhaustive (and exhausting!) series.
Part II : Pagebuilders: The Rising Stars This post,...
Welcome to the fifth part of this six part series on pagebuilders.. In the previous post we covered the different types and names of some popular pagebuilders for WordPress. @Ympker also included a details review of Divi, and a brief overview of Thrive Architect.
In this post, we will focus on breadth over depth. That is, we will cover a larger pool of pagebuilders rather than a detailed review as was the case in the previous post. We will also talk about about the advantage...
Pagebuilders for WordPress
Welcome to the fourth part of this six part blog series on Pagebuilders. In this section, we will talk about pagebuilders for the most popular Content Mangement System - WordPress.
Types of WordPress Pagebuilders
We will classify them into two categories- the mainstream pagebuidlers, and the specialist pagebuilders. The former cater to general purpose websites, the latter are in fact a subset that cater to a specific functionailty. Landing pages...
In Part II of this series, we covered services that offer a custom pagebuilder as a part of their web hosting. In part III, we will discuss pagebuilders that are in the form of desktop apps. This is an interesting category in itself.
The below reviews for Mobirise and Pinegrow have been written by @Ympker, with inputs from m...
Bitaccel new products
Corey from Bitaccel reached out to help get the word out about a new product they are launching and as I am a sucker for a new control panel I said yes.
I should say from the get-go that while the backend infrastructure is likely solid the panel is still a work in progress with a number of issues so do not expect the polish that you might get with other service providers.
The request to take a look was made a week ago and I can see that even in that short time a num...
Introduction to part II of this series
In this post, we will briefly mention the leading web hosting companies who also have their custom pagebuilders. But the main focus of this post will be on the "Younger Siblings" as we had described in Part I of this series. Specifically, we will talk about Carrd.co, Brizy, and Bookmark pagebuilders. I have used each of these services quite regularly over the years, and am quite confident that you will find t...
Please be sure to leave a comment thanking them for the time they have put into this series, I have had the pleasure of previewing the whole series and it is very large and comprehensive.
Part I: Introduction
The title, in case you were wondering, is a play on words on a movie by Woody Allen. And as the title suggests, this post is an introduction to the world of Pagebuilders. It is also the...
This is the first in a series of posts in the "Easy Mode" series
I thought I would write this up as a super easy basic guide to an almost no-effort method of migrating a KVM VPS from one host to another without having to worry about any minor changes in software stacks that could cause your backup and restore to fail or not restore as expected.
As a host one of the unfortunate realities is that sometimes it is just necessary to have migrations either due to end of life of an OS major version...