Monthly Archives: May 2018

Getting Started With Your eCommerce Website

Setting up a brand new eCommerce website or store can be a challenging task. There are various factors to consider as well as multiple things to handle at the same time. However, it is not as difficult as it seems.

In this post, we will be discussing some of the preliminary things that you need to setup an eCommerce website from scratch. These are questions that you need to ask before getting started with your eCommerce store. Continue reading

Using Query Monitor to Debug Your WordPress Website

WordPress is a very robust and reliable Content Management System. Yet, at times, things can do wrong even in spite of WP’s robustness. One faulty plugin or a poorly-coded theme is all it takes to bring your site down. In such cases, how do you figure out what is wrong? Out of the tens of plugins that you have installed, which one do you pinpoint to be at fault? Query Monitor can make life easy for you in such scenario.

In this article, we will learn what Query Monitor is and how we can read its results to assess and analyze what might be going wrong on our WordPress website. Continue reading

How to Monitor Your Website’s Downtime?

Even the best and most reliable of servers can have downtime. There is no hardware that is totally immune to website downtime issues. With that said, how can you be notified when your site is down?

There are various ways you can verify if your site indeed is down or if it is just a false flag. Often, there might be a tendency to panic and assume that your site is down. As a result, at times it might be your own website that is facing an issue — probably overuse of server resources or a faulty WordPress plugin. Yet, it might appear that the entire server is down. Continue reading

Website is Down? Here Are Some Troubleshooting Ideas.

Ever faced a website downtime issue? Maybe your site is running slower than usual? Or maybe it is not reachable at all? How can you troubleshoot such common issues? More importantly, where does the problem lie? Is it the server or your site that is facing the problem?

This article will answer all of the above questions. Continue reading