How to deploy your Wagtail website

Wagtail CMS has gained popularity as a flexible and user-friendly content management system.

Wagtail CMS provides built-in features for optimizing websites for search engines, built on Django, a robust web framework known for its speed and security, and supports responsive design out of the box, making it easy to create websites that look great on all devices, from desktops to mobile phones.

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So how do you deploy a Wagtail CMS website with us ?

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Using SSH Terminal to Create your first NodeJS application

Node.js is an open-source, cross-platform, back-end JavaScript runtime environment that runs on the V8 engine and executes JavaScript code outside a web browser.

Our hosting plans offer NodeJS support with Nginx Reverse Proxy Server and FREE SSL certificates to get started in Production. So want to use SSH Terminal instead of our Hosting Panel?

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Migrating your Hosted emails to G Suite (Now Google Workspace)

G Suite, now Google Workspace, is a suite of collaborative productivity apps that offers your business professional email, shared calendars, online document editing and storage, video meetings, and much more.

You can use migrate the emails you are hosting with us to your G Suite account using the following basic steps:

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How to fix HTTP 500 internal server error

HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP) 500 Internal Server Error server error response code indicates that the server encountered an unexpected condition that prevented it from fulfilling the request.

In most instances we recommend you should first clear your browser’s cache before executing any extreme measures.

You can use the following basic steps to fix your website:

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Understanding MongoDB – The Beginner’s Guide

MongoDB is as free as cold beer document-based database program. MongoDB design principles differ from traditional relational systems like popular PostgreSQL and MySQL. MongoDB is styled as a NoSQL database program where it stores data as a series of binary JSON files unlike table style data approach popular with relational systems. How is a worthy alternative to MySQL and PostgreSQL? Continue reading “Understanding MongoDB – The Beginner’s Guide”