It is important to back up your WordPress site and the associated database, and it is often overlooked. Here is a way to back up your WordPress site and database in 3 simple steps, and no plugin required. Continue reading “WordPress backup in 3 simple steps”
A few days after this self-hosted Nginx server and WordPress up and running, I started to see massive login attempts trying to gain access on SSH and WordPress login. After evaluating various solutions and plugins, I settled on using Fail2ban to block such attacks, and here are the steps on how I did it. Continue reading “Secure Nginx and WordPress with Fail2ban”
2017 is just a week around the corner and it is time to implement SSL for my WordPress server on Raspberry Pi. Continue reading “Hosting WordPress on Raspberry Pi Part 6 – Implement SSL”
If you run Google PageSpeed Insights or GTMetrix tests on standard WordPress installation, you will noticed that your website can be more SEO friendly with some optimisation. You can do so by creating your own customise plugin.
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To host your Raspberry Pi WordPress sever, you could sign up a Raspberry Pi colocation service, or hosting it yourself. Both involved of setup/assign public IP address, getting an domain name and setup DNS.
Continue reading “Hosting WordPress on Raspberry Pi Part 5 – Dedicated IP, Domain name and DNS”
We had WordPress installed on the Raspberry Pi, we are going to look into how to implement various cache solutions to optimise WordPress without depending on plugins. Continue reading “Hosting WordPress on Raspberry Pi Part 4 – Optimise WordPress through cache”
We now have a server running Nginx, php5-fpm with MariaDB, now it is time to install WordPress, and how to handle WordPress permalink for Nginx.
Continue reading “Hosting WordPress on Raspberry Pi Part 3 – Setup WordPress”
In this part of the articles, we are going to install Nginx, php5-fpm and MariaDB before installing WordPress on the Raspberry Pi. Continue reading “Hosting WordPress on Raspberry Pi Part 2 – Install Nginx, PHP and MariaDB”
Before connecting the Raspberry Pi to the Internet, it is important to tighten the security by changing the default password and restricting SSH access of the the Raspberry Pi first.
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I host this WordPress weblog on a Raspberry Pi 3, and this is a series of articles on how I did it. Each article focus on specific topic toward setting it up for hosting the WordPress.
Continue reading “Hosting WordPress on Raspberry Pi – A complete approach”