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Wordpress Shared Hosting is a Big NO


As we have mentioned before Wordpress is not well optimized for majority hosts so therefore many Wordpress sites run into very similar issues. Wordpress uses up a lot of memory due to its coding structure but also the plugins management. Having a decent server is crucial to improving Wordpress's performance. When looking to either get a new server or move on to another its great to keep a few things in mind as the server could make it or break it.

Stay away from shared servers
Keep in mind that going for a shared hosting is not a great idea unless your resources are very limited. In a shared hosting environment you are sharing your resources with many other sites. For example: IP address, RAM, Bandwidth etc. What this does is limit your sites ability to perform as it should as the other websites's scripts maybe running hight and using up a good percentage of that memory. This is where Wordpress runs into issues as its being limited use the memory it needs. We've seen large Wordpress sites take up as much as 256MB.

Also, if you are sharing IP address across 100 other sites the chances are high that one of this domains is spamming search engines and they may block that IP that you are sharing.

Conclusion, from experience we've seen Wordpress websites perform a lot better when hosted to a private server with a dedicated IP. However, owning a virtual private server comes with its difficulties as you will most likely need some technical knowledge to set it up and maintain it.

Wordpress SEO Features


Wordpress is one of the greatest open source (FREE) content management system out there not only for its easy to use functionality but also for added SEO features. Wordpress is well known for the practical use of plugins and management. Wordpress gives anyone the ability to turn the blog into a very powerful and dynamic site from eCommerce to company intranets.

Feature 1
Many plug-ins offer the user to enter custom Title, Description, Keyword tags for all the posts and pages which makes easier to optimize it for search engines.

Feature 2
Custom ULRs – great control over the URL structure so you can enter desired keywords.

Feature 3
Xml-Rpc Ping Tool – Great for communication with other sites

Feature 3
Link structure – Wordpress’s links are so well laid out that it makes interlinking automated. For example sidebar widget links like: recent posts, categories, cloud tags are perfect to link your posts throughout the site.

SOLVED: Error loading stylesheet: An unknown error has occurred (805303f4)

Ever get this type of error after installing Google XML Sitemaps plugin. There is a very easy fix to this issues. Simply, login to your FTP account or file manager and just change the sitemap filename from sitemap.xml to example.xml or site-map.xml and Rebuild it. A very small bug can cause this problem.

Error loading stylesheet: An unknown error has occurred (805303f4)
http://www.domain.com/blog/wp-content/plugins/google-sitemap-generator/sitemap.xsl


Or second option:

Loon in your wordpress plugin plugin folder for the file below and edit sitemap-core.php:
Full path : /wp-content/plugins/google-sitemap-generator/sitemap-core.php 

Find the following code :
function GetPluginUrl() {
//Try to use WP API if possible, introduced in WP 2.6
if (function_exists('plugins_url')) return trailingslashit(plugins_url(basename(dirname(__FILE__))));
//Try to find manually... can't work if wp-content was renamed or is redirected
$path = dirname(__FILE__);
$path = str_replace("\\","/",$path);
$path = trailingslashit(get_bloginfo('wpurl')) . trailingslashit(substr($path,strpos($path,"wp-content/")));
return $path;
}

And REPLACE it with this:
function GetPluginUrl() {
//if (function_exists('plugins_url')) return trailingslashit(plugins_url(basename(dirname(__FILE__))));
$path = dirname(__FILE__);
$path = str_replace("\\","/",$path);
//$path = trailingslashit(get_bloginfo('wpurl')) . trailingslashit(substr($path,strpos($path,"wp-content/")));
$path = trailingslashit(substr($path,strpos($path,"wp-content/")));
return $path;
}


This should do the trick.

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