To make every site visitor’s experience user-friendly, the browser collects the local data of a site they visit. It means when they revisit the same site, it will load faster. Similarly, your operating system also collects the local data and stores in its database.
Every hosting server sets an upload limit to prevent its users from violating the server allotted to them. If you get the upload_max_filesize error while installing a theme, plugin, or even uploading an image, it means the problem is with the upload limit that you have to increase.
You could see a major rise in the web hosting price really soon, as cPanel decides to change its pricing model based on a pay per account system.
Back in Summer 2019, cPanel, the world’s most popular web hosting control panel, announced a major change in its pricing structure. It informed about its move of shifting from the standard pay per server for unlimited cPanel accounts to account-based pricing and license structuring. The change will go into effect on January 1, 2021. The announcement has shaken the entire web hosting industry, as it will cause a major rise in web hosting prices.
While managing a site, you might get errors related to SSL, and this makes your site insecure. The browser like Google Chrome will mark unsafe and show a notification to your site’s visitors. ERR_SSL_VERSION_OR_CIPHER_MISMATCH is one of the most seen errors. In this tutorial, I will learn about all the possible reasons and solutions for this error.
When you see the “Your connection is not private” error on a browser while trying to access your site, you don’t necessarily need to be afraid of it because it usually happens due to the browser and any connection issues. In this tutorial, you’ll learn about all the possible causes and solutions to this error. Most of these include changes locally on your browser, network, and computer settings.