Category Archives: Webmaster (en)

Joomla and Drupal

What do Joomla and Drupal have in common? For example, Joomla has, and Drupal has   Both sites have a huge load. Both have a high level of services. Both work fast.   So what’s the difference? Briefly … Continue reading

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Forum titles & ranks – phpbb forum

Recently I developed my own concept of ranks on the forum. It seems to be a small thing, but success is made of such small things. A good rank system additionally motivates users to participate more actively in the forum … Continue reading

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OAuth authorization – how to authorize through social networks

Many engines, including phpBB offer authorization through social networks and other services. The most popular solutions are based on Facebook and Gmail.   How to make OAuth (by the example of phpBB):

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Reducing the CPU consumption of hosting. How to speed up any CMS site

Today, almost every site is not running on ancient HTML, but on the complex CMS, written in PHP. Most often it can be Joomla, WordPress, Drupal and so on. Since such CMS are quite “heavy” (and, frankly speaking, not very … Continue reading

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Choosing a web server for WordPress on Windows

There are situations when an Internet site must be hosted by Windows Server. This is a fairly rare case, but it happened to me recently (the first time in a dozen years of working with Web servers): I had to … Continue reading

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I can’t see my site in Yandex Webmaster

I was given access to the site, but I do not see it in the list of my sites on Yandex Webmaster, what is the reason? How to add a new site?   It turned out that if you are … Continue reading

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