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cPanel changes their licensing model

cPanel, undoubtedly the number one web hosting control panel for Linux servers have decided it's time to restructure their prices. After 23 years of a "per server" license structure, cPanel has followed in the footsteps of Plesk (the most popular Windows hosting control panel) and started charging depending on the number of accounts you host […]

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All in One WordPress Migration Vulnerability

A vulnerability has been discovered in the "All In One WordPress Migration" WordPress plugin. All versions earlier than, and including 6.97 contain a vulnerability which allows Cross-Site Scripting (XSS). With over 2 million active installations, this vulnerability has the potential to be high impact, however, this is lessened by the nature of the vulnerability, which […]

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Our new website is now live

As some of you may have seen, FreshSites new website is now live! We've expanded our website to showcase our products more, giving you more information about who we are, what we do and how we do it. We have also added a new 99.98% SLA Uptime Guarantee, which covers any packages currently sold on […]

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WordPress Dark Mode

There's a lot of buzz on the internet recently surrounding dark mode, a toggle that allows you to set a normally white screen to a dark one that many say is easier on the eyes. And it's not just the aesthetic look, it's proven to use less power using dark mode on your mobile/tablet device.

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Whats coming in WordPress 5.2

Since WordPress 5.1 was released on the 21st of February it's been downloaded over 3.9 million times. The first release of 2019 was only a small part of the 9 priorities Matt Mullenweg identified for 2019. Today we're going over all the features proposed for WordPress 5.2 and what you can expect to see with them.

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WordPress 5.1 to Introduce New White Screen Protection Feature, Launches Today

WordPress 5.1 launches today with some great new features. One of the 9 priorities Matt Mullenweg identified for 2019 was the merge of the Site Health Check plugin into the core WordPress system to help with debugging and encourage "good software hygiene."

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