Free WordPress Themes

Posted at December 19, 2017 at 9:30 am by Manoj Kumar

InterServer tries to give back to the open source community as often as possible. We sponsor many open source events throughout the year. We also contribute hours of free assistance and development to the open source community. InterServer has created a few premium WordPress themes that are completely free.  Please feel free to use and provide us with some feedback so we can make them better. Free Platinum WordPress Theme https://wordpress.org/themes/interserver-platinum/   Free Port   [...]

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Magento PHP Settings Check shows incorrect PHP Memory Limit

Posted at May 17, 2017 at 1:08 pm by John Quaglieri

Assuming you have verified PHP memory limit, such as using a PHPinfo page or dumping the actual memory limit, and PHP Settings Check in magento still shows the limit is too low or doesn't see the new limit - then a CRON run is needed. As the magento user run php bin/magento setup:cron:run Where php is the path to your php location.

Plesk available editions and difference between them

Posted at November 17, 2016 at 8:48 pm by Sam Sam

Features Web Admin Adittion Web App Adition Web Pro Adition Web Host Adition Service Provider Management Reseller Management Subscription Management Account Management User Interface Power User View (Server + Site Admin)    [...]

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cPanel autossl with mod_rewrite rules and site verification

Posted at October 10, 2016 at 10:32 am by John Quaglieri

cPanel autossl is a free service for cpanel/WHM to give free SSL certificates for domains with an active cpanel license. Like letsencrypt a 90 day certificate is given and ssl certificates are issued when certain requirements are met. Many server administrators have been pushing cpanel for LetsEcrypt to be fully supported but that continues to be pushed back. Comodo though is a good temporary solution however. Comodo must verify domain ownership using a text file before giving an ssl certific   [...]

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AC2 Air Flow Loss

Posted at June 7, 2016 at 2:43 pm by Michael Lavrik

Open the front cover. there is a metal holder that can be pulled out to keep the cover up so it does not fall on your head. Locate the round thing that has a rubber tube attached to it. looks like this. pull off the rubber tube. put it in your mouth. and blow on it as hard as you can. (no joke) . as soon as you put the tube back in you will hear the compressors turn back on.

Do You Need Shared Hosting, a VPS or a Dedicated Server

Posted at October 6, 2015 at 5:22 pm by InterServer Staff

Whether you’re just starting a brand new website or you’ve got an established and successful site up and running, you’ll need to make sure you are always using the proper web hosting.  There are three main categories of web hosting, which are shared hosting, Virtual Private Servers (VPS), and dedicated server(s).  Within each category, there