High Speed and Performance With LiteSpeed Web Hosting

When it comes to web hosting servers, LiteSpeed is one of the established market leaders, powering over 6.4 percent of active websites. We’ve already discussed where Litespeed differs from Apache although, now it is time to concentrate only on the LSWS technology. What is LiteSpeed? LiteSpeed Enterprise is a for-profit...
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How to Choose a WordPress Theme (9 Dos and Don’ts)

WordPress Admin Panel
What is the most difficult aspect of creating a new WordPress website or redesigning an existing one? Many argue that it is deciding on a domain name. Others, however, argue that it is locating the best WordPress hosting. But what if you had to choose from literally tens of...
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Ping of death DDoS attack

What is a ping of death attack? A PoD (Ping of Death) attack is a type of denial-of-service (DoS) assault where the attacker sends a packet that exceeds the maximum permissible size, causing the victim’s computer to crash or freeze. The original PoD attack is becoming less frequent. An ICMP flood...
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What is ZFS Caching and How does it work?

zfs caching servers
Here at CooliceHost, we will answer the most frequently requested question. We will discusses how ZFS handles read and write caching. ZFS is a sophisticated file system with numerous features like shared storage, data cleaning, capacity, and much more. However, one of the best aspects of ZFS is...
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New webmail client RainLoop has been integrated

RainPool Web Based Application
CooliceHost has been integrated new web-base mail client called RainLoop for its customers, giving them the ability to: Preview their attachments without downloading them (in the new tab of the browser) Fast and easy navigate through all of their mails thanks to the with it clear and simple...
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What is Dropshipping? How to Dropship

Dropshipping
Dropshipping is a method of trading in which a shop or a retailer buys a product from a third party and delivers it to the customer without even placing a finger on it. In most cases, sellers purchase items, then organize their inventory and put the products on...
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