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Setting up WordPress on LeaseWeb CDN is very easy, as you’ll see. A couple of assumptions before we start:
- WordPress is installed on the origin server
- WP Super Cache or similar is installed within WordPress
- An “Origin” that points to your WordPress installation is already defined within your LeaseWeb CDN control panel.
Configuring the zone itself
First thing you want to do is to configure a Pull Zone. Do this by going to “Manage Zones” -> “Pull Zones” and click the “Add” button.
Where does spam come from? Why do people send it? And what can we do to stop it clogging up our inboxes? This two-part article explores these issues and comes up with practical ideas for keeping us safe, secure and spam-free.
It’s almost impossible to open your e-mail inbox and to not see spam in there. In some cases, it’s because someone unintentionally for signed up to things like clickbait articles. A clickbait article is, for instance, an article where they promise you a free trip to New York – although the free trip may not even exist. Most of the time those articles channel responses to information harvesters which, in turn, will lead to databases containing literally millions of email addresses and personal contact details. Such databases or lists can be sold to the highest bidder on the dark net/dark web/deep web, or even on normal sites.
Last time we showed you how to set up a Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) inside LeaseWeb Private Cloud. Today we’re taking it a step further by creating a site-to-site VPN from your off-site location to our cloud. This way you can establish a permanent secure connection.
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LeaseWeb Private Cloud, powered by Apache CloudStack gives you the freedom to customize your virtual infrastructure to meet your exact requirements. It comes loaded with features for you to play around with. Some of these are simple, some are more complex. Creating and establishing instances inside your Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) takes some time, but we’ll guide you all the way in this video.
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