Make sure to add Auto Updates to your WordPress, here's how

We made a step by step FAQ for adding auto updates to your WordPress website. If you have not done this yet, we highly suggest it!

https://webhost.pro/index.php?rp=/knowledgebase/157/How-to-set-auto-updates-for-WordPress.html

21st Jun 2020
PHP 7.4 is now available on all servers

The long awaited latest version of PHP is now available on all servers. This version comes with many performance and security improvements. It's also closely tied into WordPress, so make sure and upgrade your website ASAP, to use the improvements. To upgrade, just log into your cPanel and click MultiPHP. On that page change your PHP to version ... Read More »

21st Jun 2020
It's a complicated time, but most predictions have Internet business growing.

With the economy at such an unpredictable time, it's hard to say what will happen six years from now or even in six months. So far though, all the main reports from the top economists have favored in more Internet business activity. They have also said more work from home activity. This means great things are coming around the corner for website ... Read More »

19th Jun 2020
We will be changing our terminology of blacklist to blocklist

There is not a lot the IT community can do to help systematic racism. One thing we did notice is that the term blacklist can be construed as black being bad. Whitelists also add to the contrast of color having a value of being better or worse. Whitelist good, blacklist bad for example. It's a little thing, but we will be changing all connection ... Read More »

9th Jun 2020
Phone numbers removed from domain WHOIS details

A big new step in website owner privacy is starting this week. ICANN has agreed to remove phone numbers from all WHOIS details. It's well known these listed phone numbers get spammed out real quick! And they are never used for anything relevant to the domain name. Of course ICANN wanted as much information from the domain owner as possible since ... Read More »

7th Jun 2020
New cPanel options coming next week.

We have some really great options coming next week. This will require a full server upgrade which means rebooting all cloud systems. The new options include:  A new Webmail RoundCube version that's more stables, secure, and new features. (Version 1.4) A improved free virus scanner in cPanel. Most hosts charge $10-$20 a month for Virus ... Read More »

13th May 2020
What's DNS propagation?

We know there is a lot of technical terms with web hosting and domains you probably prefer not to know. Propagation might not be one of those though. When you change a domain's DNS (domain name servers) or make any DNS changes. There is a time frame called propagation. This is a time when the change has been made locally, but the rest of the world ... Read More »

7th May 2020
Did you know we have tutorial videos?

We still have our older basic videos located on our support page that you might know about. But did you know we started making YouTube style tutorials?

Visit our new site below! We will be adding more and more videos there. We also take request via support tickets for anything you might want help with.

https://www.webhostpros.com/

30th Apr 2020
Need to force SSL on your WordPress site?

We just posted a new FAQ and how to force SSL on a WordPress website.

Just click here for details: https://webhost.pro/index.php?rp=/knowledgebase/152/How-to-add-force-SSL-redirects-in-WordPress.html

8th Apr 2020
Major WordPress update released today.

If you don't have auto update set to your WordPress website, make sure to login and update it right away. The new version has a ton of great improvements, like over a 50% increase in the editor speed, better security, new options for editing, and a bunch overall code improvements. We also posted a short but helpful article here for checking your ... Read More »

1st Apr 2020