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The Best Way to Migrate a WordPress Website

Ideally, you’ll pick a hosting provider that’s so good you won’t ever need to move your website. However, not all hosting providers offer the same level or quality of service. If you choose the wrong one, you may have to move your WordPress site at some point....

How to show hidden files in FTP

Some FTP programs don’t show hidden files such as .htaccess files by default. This guide will show how to show these files in the FTP clients Filezilla and WinSCP. Please Note: Files are normally hidden for a reason and editing them can break...

How Cloudflare works

Fundamentally, Cloudflare is a large network of servers that can improve the security, performance, and reliability of anything connected to the Internet. Cloudflare does this by serving as a reverse proxy for your web traffic. All requests to and from your origin...

DNSSEC – What Is It and Why Is It Important?

A brief description of how DNS works To understand Domain Name System Security Extensions (DNSSEC), it helps to have a basic understanding of the Domain Name System (DNS). The proper functioning of the Internet is critically...

Transfer your domain to Cloudflare

Transferring your domain to Cloudflare tells your registry that a different registrar can now set those authoritative records for you. The relationship is based on trust. Registries only trust one registrar at any given time to make changes on your behalf....

FIX: 0x80070643 Windows 10 Update Error (Solved)

This tutorial contains step-by-step instructions to resolve the error 0x80070643 in Windows 10 update: “There were some problems installing updates, but we’ll try again later. If you keep seeing this and want to search the web or contact support for...

How to find Which CDN is Used in a Website?

CDN (Content Delivery Network) is one of the essential performance optimization components for any website. It accelerates content delivery by serving the request from the nearest locations of the users. One of the frequent questions I receive is how to find out...

How to Clear RDP Connections History in Windows?

The built-in Windows Remote Desktop Connection (RDP) client (mstsc.exe) saves the remote computer name (or IP address) and the username that is used to login after each successful connection to the remote computer. On the next start, the RDP client offers the user to...

SEO: Moz Pro Review

Score: 4.5 Outstanding THE BOTTOM LINE Moz Pro has the most complete tool set we reviewed as part of this roundup and its metrics have become an industry standard even among marketers that use other tools. Overall, an easy pick for Editors’ Choice. $79.00 Per...

Sending Email on WP Engine

While we manage many parts of your website hosting, default E-Mail functionality on WP Engine is limited. Normal emails, such as password resets, will not typically have any issues sending. However, for robust email functionality, monitoring and scalability, we highly...

My SPF record won’t validate

Issue I set up an SPF record but it isn’t validating.  Conditions It is possible that your SPF record does not meet these necessary conditions to ensure Zendesk can send emails on your behalf:  The record...

How to Set Up SPF and DKIM for Mailchimp

Follow the steps below to set up SPF and DKIM for Mailchimp, so that your marketing emails are more likely to reach the inbox. This is a process also known as email domain authentication. How to set up SPF and DKIM for Mailchimp: Verify your domainMailchimp requires...

Multiple SPF Records Do’s and Don’ts

Sender Policy Framework (SPF) is a protocol used by mail servers to authenticate emails. It is implemented via TXT type records known as SPF records. Earlier in “SPF Records Explained” we provided a detailed look into this concept. In this article, we’ll talk about...

Digitally signing your email with DKIM

It’s easy for some people to spoof email — that is, send email that pretends to be from somebody else. To combat spoofing, you can digitally sign outbound email from Zendesk to prove that an email actually came from somebody in your organization and not...

Authenticating incoming email (SPF, DKIM, DMARC)

To decrease the number of spoofed email and spam you receive, you can add an additional layer of security on your inbound emails by enabling authentication with SPF, DKIM, and DMARC alignment. Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting, and Conformance (DMARC) is...

GoDaddy: Add an SPF record

An SPF (Sender Policy Framework) record is a type of TXT record in your DNS zone file. SPF records help identify which mail servers are permitted to send email on behalf of your domain. Adding an SPF record can help detect and prevent email...