Starting a new project is always difficult, especially when you’re wanting to join the world of blogging. In part 1 of our blogging series, we discussed the technical aspects of starting a blog. But how do you go about searching for topics? Read part 2 here to discover how to collect blog ideas, pick a suitable blog topic, and analyze the potential of your new venture.How to blog with success – part 2: find the right blog topic
WordPress is the world’s most popular Content Management System (CMS) and is continually being updated to ensure it remains secure as more and more plugins are released. The new versions and upgrades are made available via the back end. But how do you find out what version of WordPress you have? Well, there are actually three ways. Some require you to log in, others don’t. Keep reading to find...How to check your WordPress version
Manage your own WordPress site? Then this may sound familiar - you want to integrate an external element, e.g., a jQuery plugin. To proceed you will need to add a script element in the WordPress footer. There are several ways to do this. In this article, we’ll show you how to do it best.How to edit the WordPress footer
Manage a WordPress website? Then you may already be familiar with adding scripts or stylesheets to your project. In this step-by-step guide, we’ll show you how to edit a header in WordPress, what you need to consider and how you’ll find the approach that’s best for you.How to edit a WordPress header
At some point, you’ll undoubtedly have been prompted to “clear your cache.” But what exactly does it mean? What does this intermediate storage do, and why should it be cleared at all? Read this article to find out how a cache works, what tasks it performs, and much more on the topic – explained simply with helpful examples.What is a cache?
MySQL is the most used database management system in the world. This open source software has been available for productive use since 1995 and is generally considered a standard solution for users of relational databases. This could change in the near future. MariaDB, a community-developed fork of MySQL is catching up on its predecessor and is consequently becoming an increasingly attractive...MariaDB vs. MySQL
Launched in 2007, django CMS is an increasingly popular content management system based on the programming language, Python, and its namesake, the web framework, Django. Thanks to this direct link, the content management system has access to Django’s full range of functions. django CMS templates make all of this a more manageable process. But how does this ambitious program fare in terms of...django CMS: the Python system at a glance
Experts consider the open source CMS, Plone, to be one of the best systems for developing web presences for public institutions. This is partly due to the CMS’s high security standards, but also because of its web-accessible nature. Sites set up with Plone CMSs are readily available for users at any time.Plone – the secure and user-friendly CMS
Do you know any content management systems without databases? These simple CMS systems are usually free, can be downloaded online, and can often be extended and adjusted to the user’s needs. Despite these advantages, are simple CMS platforms really a serious alternative to the classic CMS giants Drupal, Joomla and Typo3, which are linked to databases such as MySQL or MariaDB?CMS without database: the simple solution for small web projects
Websites often use image galleries. If you are establishing an online presence in WordPress, you can find numerous WordPress gallery plug-ins in the repository to help you create one. So, how do these plug-ins differ, and which functions are important? We will provide you with a comparison of four tools that can help you quickly create a photo gallery in WordPress.The best WordPress photo gallery plugins compared
The IONOS Web Hosting Guide: advice for website administration
Hosting an internet presence (web hosting) is getting easier and easier thanks to the variety of tools and increasingly user-friendly content management systems. But it’s still good to familiarize yourself with the finer points of online service administration: and this is where our Web Hosting Guide comes in. In our Digital Guide to hosting, you’ll find in-depth information and recommendations on programs, tools, plugins as well as general hosting tips. These useful articles are designed for all levels, from beginners to professional users: with relevant content and comprehensive detail, the IONOS Web Hosting Guide offers expert knowledge to a broad readership.
CMS, blogs, and technical matters
The ‘Hosting’ category is one of six sections of the IONOS Digital Guide. This is then split into three further subcategories: ‘CMS’, ‘Blogs’, and ‘Technical matters’. The first of these is devoted to content management systems, looking at the considerable number of options available for website creation and administration. The ‘Blogs’ subcategory offers advice and guidance on the establishment and operation of a successful weblog. Here, we also introduce the many extensions and tweaks available for the most widely used blogging and CMS application of all – WordPress. Our final section focuses on information and tips on ‘Technical matters’. This subcategory explores the different sorts of web hosting, the various programs which lighten your web hosting workload, new hosting opportunities, and everything else you need to know about the administration of internet resources.
From beginner to expert: hosting tips for every ability
Our Web Hosting Guide isn’t just for checking basic requirements and techniques of site administration – trained professionals can also expand upon their existing knowledge by reading our articles. Articles like ‘What is shared hosting?’ or our ‘Blog with success’ series are suitable for readers who are new to web hosting, whereas specific posts like ‘Indexing management with robots.txt’ or ‘The top ten .htaccess tricks’ require prior knowledge and experience. This variety makes our Web Hosting Guide attractive and accessible for anyone interested in website administration. Whether you’re a small to medium-sized enterprise, a blogger, a developer, or simply a technology enthusiast: IONOS has got you covered.