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How to Fix the DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_BAD_CONFIG Error Code

RunCloud Team

Apr 02, 2024

4 min read

How to Fix the DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_BAD_CONFIG Error Code

When browsing the internet, nothing is more frustrating than waiting for a website that takes seemingly forever to load.  This situation is exacerbated when the website fails to load entirely. In this article, we will discuss two common errors – namely DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_BAD_CONFIG and ERR_CONNECTION_TIMED_OUT that you might face when browsing the internet. We will take …

How to Edit Files on Remote Servers with SSH and Nano

RunCloud Team

Mar 11, 2024

6 min read

How to Edit Files on Remote Servers with SSH and Nano

If you manage a server using FTP, then it is highly likely that at some point you will have edited a file. In FTP, you would have had to download the file to your computer, edit it, and then upload it back to replace the existing file. Although this works, it is rather tedious.  Do …

How To Host Matomo Analytics On A RunCloud Server

RunCloud Team

Mar 08, 2024

5 min read

How To Host Matomo Analytics On A RunCloud Server

If you answered ‘Yes!’ to either of these questions, then you’re in the right place. Matomo is a free and open source web analytics platform that gives you insights into your website’s visitors, behavior, and conversions. In this post, we will show you how to host Matomo analytics on a RunCloud server and enjoy the …

How to Find Most Used Disk Space Directories and Files in Linux

RunCloud Team

Feb 29, 2024

6 min read

How to Find Most Used Disk Space Directories and Files in Linux

In Linux, you often need to identify and manage large files and directories to optimize storage and system performance. In this article, we will provide various methods to find most used disk space directories and files in Linux in a structured manner. Using Built in Utilities to Check Disk Usage In Linux Bash, you have …

11 Alternatives To reCAPTCHA to Protect Your Site from Spam

RunCloud Team

Feb 23, 2024

8 min read

11 Alternatives To reCAPTCHA to Protect Your Site from Spam

You’ve probably encountered CAPTCHA at some point while browsing the web. It’s that annoying test that asks you to prove you’re human by solving a puzzle, typing some letters, or clicking on some images. Captcha is supposed to protect your website from spam and abuse, but it can also drive away your visitors and customers. …

The 10 Best PHP Frameworks (Complete Guide)

RunCloud Team

Feb 19, 2024

8 min read

The 10 Best PHP Frameworks (Complete Guide)

Are you old enough to remember these early website designs of Amazon and Google from 1997? You don’t have to go anywhere near that far back in time, though, to notice that websites today have become increasingly complex, demanding far more functionality and accessibility. Today, professionally designed websites are able to deliver powerful, robust experiences, …

Using Akamai (Linode) to Host Your Web Application

RunCloud Team

Feb 13, 2024

6 min read

Using Akamai (Linode) to Host Your Web Application

Akamai, the global leader in content delivery network and cloud services, has recently acquired Linode, one of the oldest and most trusted cloud server providers in the market. Linode has been offering simple, affordable, and accessible cloud computing solutions to millions of customers since 2003. If you are looking for a reliable and cost-effective way …

Uptime Monitoring Tools: Why You Need Them, and What to Look for

RunCloud Team

Feb 09, 2024

8 min read

Uptime Monitoring Tools: Why You Need Them, and What to Look for

Whether you’ve previously heard of uptime monitoring or not, it’s something any website owner needs to explore. Assuming you’re a website owner, you’ll almost certainly have found yourself in a situation where you’ve had to rush to update your site and address a bug that needed to be fixed ASAP. No matter how much testing …

PHP Security – Best Practices To Secure Your Web App in 2024

RunCloud Team

Jan 31, 2024

6 min read

PHP Security – Best Practices To Secure Your Web App in 2024

According to a recent report by SiteLock, on average, websites are attacked 94 times a day, and are visited by bots 372 times a day. While many of these bots are nothing to worry about, a percentage of them will be malicious, hunting out vulnerabilities, which is why it’s vital to remain vigilant where your …

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