Direct access to database backups

As of today you can download recent back-ups of your database via FTP. Useful if you make a little mistake when editing your database, or if you want to use/test the database elsewhere. The location of your database back-ups is not visible by default in most FTP programs, because they are located in a “hidden” […]

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WordPress 2.8 (Baker) is out!

WordPress 2.8 “Baker” was released this week. As always, we recommend you upgrade your installation in the near future if you haven’t already done so. Not only to benefit from the new functionality (see below), but also to make sure your website is not vulnerable to attacks (leading to website defacement, or worse). If you […]

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Improved forwarding options

NOFRAMES text Previously we had a number of adjustments made for forwarding plans, which redirects to status codes (eg 301 permanent redirect), and additional fields for search engines. Since this weekend we again added functionality for forwarding plans, to optimize them for search engine ranking. Each forwarding plan has a NOFRAMES text (if you use […]

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Server settings

Many open source apps need separate server settings (like WordPress.org etc.). Before the summer, this could be done by sending an email to support. Many users have already noticed the feature already as it seems to be used a lot. Safe mode, magic quotes etc. They are all easily set via the customer care center. […]

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