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Secure a website from hackers – 5 step guide

Thursday, September 19th, 2019 by Helge
servage_lock:hdAs a website owner, is there anything more terrifying than the thought of seeing all of your work altered or entirely wiped out by a hacker?  We see data breaches and hacks in the news all the time. And you may think, why would someone come after my small business website? But hacks don’t just happen to the big guys. One report found that small businesses were the victims of 43% of all data breaches.  You’ve worked hard on your website (and your brand) – so it’s important to take the time to protect it with these basic hacker protection tips. Here are 5 Easy Steps to Secure Your Website from ...

WordPress vulnerabilities

Wednesday, August 21st, 2019 by Helge
In the last post, Servage gave some hints and tips how to speed up your Wordpress. Since Servage is a perfect Wordpress hoster and many of our customer run that application, we like to address some Wordpress vulnerabilities in this blog.  Wordpress_securityPlease note that we can't give a full and complete overview of that subject in this post. We can only give some hints and some more general information.  In the following you see a brief "historical" overview of security issues in the past and about the fixes to give you an idea what happened within the last years For more and detailed information and for recent potential issues, please contact ...

Speed up your WordPress

Friday, August 16th, 2019 by Helge
wpspeedupguideIn today's digital world, it is important to have a website for your business be it either for your porfolio, hobby, blogging, v-blogging or e-commerce online store. The most commonly used CMS for such activities is WordPress. Many people create great websites but then forget to optimize it for better performance and better SEO results. Many Servage customers are using Wordpress for their professional and private purposes. Via our new Servage platform, you can easily host your Wordpress pages - Servage provides everything to support that. This post is to help you understand the importance of speedy website and how to get such results.  We get give only some examples in this post. ...

Migration & actions required from customer end

Sunday, October 28th, 2018 by Helge
As informed, we are in the middle of moving our customers to our brandnew platform. The new platform comes with a new control panel with plenty of new features like e.g. SSH access, back up options and much more. Also, the hardware is brand new and meets highest requirements.  Manywiki customers are already moved, the other ones will follow within the next weeks. How does the migration work? In the beginning of the migration, you will get a first mail. When the migration is finished, you get a second one. In both e-mails, you will find important info about the new system. Also, some actions are required from your end to make ...

Collection of CSS techniques

Monday, June 11th, 2018 by Servage
I've stumbled over a great list of cool CSS techniques I think could be useful some web developers: "CSS3 is taking web development and web design to a higher level. In this article, I have compiled examples of amazing CSS3 techniques that will probably become very popular when CSS3 will be fully supported by most browsers." Color animate any shape with CSS3 and a PNG Let’s start this compilation with an interesting effect created using only CSS3: A png image with a changing background. The background is using CSS3 transitions. Not the kind of effect you’ll put on your website, but definitely an interesting demo of what CSS3 can do. View source: http://jsfiddle.net/chriscoyier/vhKhT/ Create adaptable layout using ...

GeoIP Security

Sunday, April 8th, 2018 by Servage
geoip_wildcardsThe Servage  GeoIP Security supports the use of wildcards to allow IP ranges in addition to specific IPs. This means you can allow entire blocks of IP addresses with one setting, instead of having to add each address individually. What does the GeoIP Security feature do? It enables you to restrict access to login to your Servage account based on the user's country or IP address. You find it in the control panel at "Your Account > GeoIP Login Security". Allowing specific addresses: 12.34.56.78 34.56.78.90 ... Allowing address ranges: 12.34.56.* This allows any address starting with 12.34.56 12.34.* This allows any address starting with 12.34 ... Allowing countries: Simply select the ...

Auto-install popular scripts. It’s magic!

Tuesday, March 27th, 2018 by Servage
Hey, have you ever wondered why so many free scripts are complicated to setup? Why don't they always work out of the box? Exactly! It's annoying! Many Servage users think that way, and I can only agree with you. And it doesn't have to be like that. With the Autoinstaller tool in your Servage account, you can install many of the most common open source scripts within seconds. It's as simple as pressing the mouse button. The need for an Autoinstaller Most open source scripts require somewhere in the area of a few to a lot of things to setup and customize, depending on your hosting account, before it works. This is often because the developers have made ...

Some info about the Servage control panel – directory listing

Wednesday, February 21st, 2018 by Helge
In case you want a web-directory to behave just like any other folder on your local PC, you'll need to enable directory listing in our Servage account. Please check further information regarding to this subject in our Wiki:directorylisting https://www.servage.net/wiki/Directory_listing In case of questions, remarks, or webhosting  related questions, please get in touch with our support team via our support ticket system. If you  shouldn't have an Servage account  yet, please contact us via our 24/7 live chat on  servage.net.

Advanced web-development with Javascript – Part 2

Monday, October 21st, 2013 by Servage
Data types The values we assign to variables fall under a few distinct data types. Undefined The simplest of these data types is likely “undefined.” If we declare a variable by giving it a name but no value, that variable contains a value of “undefined.” var foo; alert(foo); // This will open a dialog containing "undefined". Odds are you won’t find a lot of use for this right away, but it’s worth knowing for the sake of troubleshooting some of the errors you’re likely to encounter early on in your JavaScript career. If a variable has a value of “undefined” when it shouldn’t, you may want to double-check that it has been declared correctly or that ...

Get your own VPS

Thursday, July 4th, 2013 by Servage
Do you want you own server? Do you need special software? Are you tired of performance problems? Are you just curious? Well, there are many good reasons to get an own virtual private server. The price is definitely also one of them! Consider this offer from Servage. It's pretty much the same cost as a shared webhosting account! RAM Memory: 256 MB Traffic: 100 GB Diskspace: 50 GB Full root access Power On/Off from CP Backup (snapshots) ACPI shutdown from CP Console access from CP Check out the plans. Cloud Based Server Virtualization The TotalCloud server virtualization offering is based on a modular setup where the servers are clustered in pairs. In these pairs, one server acts ...