The latest WordPress update is live since yesterday. For those of you who have opted in to our AutoUpdater or have enabled the WordPress internal system for automatic updates it should be now ready to use! Check out the official release notes for detailed information about the update and read on to see what we've done to further protect our customers. Read More
Last month we announced a new initiative with affiliate interviews to help our partners be even more successful, and today I’m pleased to share the first interview from our series. Jonathan Griffin is one of the most active content creators on our program. He has been blogging actively since 2011 and maintains the website besthostnews.com. His website is the authority source for hosting industry news, where he analyzes the hosting industry development, writes reviews, and provides supplementary content like tutorials and guides. As you’ll see from our conversation, he has some amazing insights into content marketing and why you should adopt it too.
We're happy to announce that SiteGround is now one of the few companies selected by the Drupal Association to provide a hosted Drupal Demo! We've created a special free Drupal demo, that allows you to check out the great features in the application in a real hosting environment. Read more to find out what this demo has to offer and what we've done to make it work nice and smooth for you.
Having access to detailed statistics about your account usage makes it way easier to troubleshoot any issues you may have, pinpoint parts of your website that slow it down, or check whether your site is getting popular instead of getting spammed. Until now, our clients could have obtained this information from a few different places, but never on one page organized in a convenient way. We now have deployed on our shared plans a new and more detailed version of our account statistics system for your convenience.
Since we launched our SuperCacher system back in 2012 it has undergone many changes, but never as big as this one! Although the interface in your cPanel and WordPress/Joomla/Drupal extension looks and feels the same, under the hood we've practically replaced the engine of the service switching from Varnish to NGINX.