In this article, we’ll talk about a few different ways that you can fix this error by enabling the MySQL extension on your server using the command line, cPanel, WHM, SiteWorx, or NodeWorx. We’ll also cover how to confirm that the installation was successful, and if you’re still having errors, we’ll show you what else […]
How To Use The All-In-One WordPress Migration Plugin For WordPress
Moving to a new web host can be daunting and painful. Early in my Internet career, I’d put off a server move for weeks as I knew it could cause many issues. As the old saying goes, “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”. Every year, we see a massive influx of new customers who […]
What is LiteSpeed Web Server?
We owe much of our success at NameHero to our high-speed infrastructure that is optimized for blazing fast performance. This makes our customers’ websites load ridiculously fast when compared to the more traditional hosting packages offered by the “Big Box” competitors around the web hosting industry. Our speed comes partly from the enterprise-grade server hardware […]
How To Fix FileZilla error “connection attempt failed with eai_noname”
If you’re trying to connect to your site via FTP using FileZilla, you may find the following error: Connection attempt failed with “EAI_NONAME – Neither nodename nor servname provided, or not known”. Here’s a screenshot of the error while using FileZilla’s “Quickconnect” button: FileZilla generates the “EAI_NONAME” response code when it’s unable to connect to […]
WordPress Hosting vs. Web Hosting – What’s The Difference?
WordPress hosting is a subsection of web hosting which essentially gives individuals and businesses that use WordPress “a home” to store their files that makeup their website or blog. WordPress hosting packages can vary greatly depending on the amount of resources (storage, bandwidth, CPU, etc.) needed to power the website. In addition, the cost can […]
Table Size in PostgreSQL: Everything You Need To Know
In this article, we will focus on the topic of table size in the PostgreSQL database environment. We will cover the three major components that make up a table, how to calculate the size of those components as well as the total overall size of a given sample table. When finished, we will have addressed […]
How to Forward with Masking: And Is It a Good Idea?
Forward with masking is a kind of redirect that lets you display content from another web page to users but keeps the original URL in the address bar. Here’s an overview of how it works, its implications, and whether or not it’s a good idea for your website. What is Forwarding with Masking? Let’s say […]
Everything You Need To Know About Tar Files & The Linux Command Line
Tar is an immeasurably useful archival tool available on most Linux/Unix-based systems. It is used regularly as part of Linux systems administration at all skill level. This article will tackle a number of common usage case and questions regarding tar. When finished, you will have learned how to effectively utilize tar archives to: compress, create, […]
How to Fix Cloudflare Error 520: Server Returns Unknown Error
The Cloudflare error 520: web server returns an unknown error is another class of errors relating to problems at the origin server. I’ve already written about Cloudflare error 500 and error 523, so now it’s time to examine 523 in a little more detail. This happens when your server returns a response that Cloudflare doesn’t […]
How to Fix Cloudflare Error 500: Internal Server Error
The Cloudflare error 500: Internal Server Error is an indication that there’s something wrong with your origin server. Unlike error 523: Origin is Unreachable, your server can receive and respond to Cloudflare’s requests but throws an error in response. With Error 523, your server doesn’t respond, so Cloudflare doesn’t know whether your server even exists. […]