Newsletter #23 / November, 2013
         
SiteGround Web Hosting
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Static Cache Enabled On All Shared Accounts
Starting this month, all shared hosting accounts come with Static SuperCacher enabled by default. Previously, the Static cache option of our SuperCacher that uses the ever more popular Varnish technology was only available on our GrowBig and GoGeek plans. As of now, all shared hosting plans have it ON by default, with no action on your part needed. Static cache takes a copy of your static website content (images, css, javascripts, flash, etc.) and puts it into the servers’ RAM memory, so that the next time that content is requested, it would be loaded dramatically faster than loading it from the servers' hard drives. That officially makes all SiteGround-hosted websites faster than ever. For more information on how our Static Cache works, check out our handy tutorial.
 
WP Auto-updates Explained
Last month WordPress 3.7 version was released featuring native auto-updates. At SiteGround we've had our own Auto-updater for over a year now. What is the difference between the two and why we decided to give the latter precedence - read all about it on our blog.
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SG-Git Version Control
Continuing our line of tools for more advanced developer clients, we announced integrated Git and version control. We developed our custom Git cPanel plugin which fully supports the most popular web applications - WordPress, Joomla!, Magento, PrestaShop & Drupal.
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Upcoming Events & Appearances
We kick off November with Joomla World in Boston where our CEO Tenko Nikolov is also speaking. Next up are WordCamp Porto, WordCamp Orlando and WordCamp London. Follow us on social media for free tickets!
 
WCEU & PressNomics Recaps
If you still need persuasion to attend any of the upcoming events, just read our recaps from the two most important conferences that we attended in October: WordCamp Europe and PressNomics – the blogposts say it all, really.