Site speed is one of the major problems in bloggers and webmaster as it is one of the direct signal of ranking in search engine results and users don’t like slow loading websites. The web going more and more mobile-centric, we can assume the importance of speed with Google’s AMP page release. A website even loss 30% of conversion with each second of the load.
If you are reading this article, I am sure that you concerned about the word press site security. That is obvious from Google’s recent announcement about the secure site connection that is in chrome if any site contains a form, it will show a not secure tag to the user to make them aware.
I have already shared the importance and installation procedure about SSL certificate on WordPress site. The only purpose of SSL is to make the site secure for own as well as for the visitors. After SSL encryption, website data passed from the server will be encrypted so no third party can access it. It increases the trust of the site and browsers display green bar SSL or safe sign at the right top corner.
As we know that around 20% of the websites are powered by WordPress and it is the 1st choice of bloggers, freelancers. And will remain in future too. It is easy to use, no coding required (almost) and is less complex specially developed for blogging purposes.
Many DIY bloggers, freelancers want to learn WordPress website migration process. If you also looking for the step-by-step guide to migrate the WordPress site to a new web server, you are at right place.
I started my first WordPress blog in 2016 and have taken a single domain shared hosting plan from Hostgator. Later on, I started another blog but this time I had to purchase a multi-domain package. So there is no good by paying two different bills for two websites so I planned to transfer my earlier site to a new hosting plan where I can host multiple domains.
Generally, many site owners include external links to their sites for many reasons. It is recommended that outbound link from a site should use rel=“nofollow” attribute. By adding the nofollow attributes, we are informing the search engines to not to index these links. WordPress CMS offers plugins which dynamically adds no follow attribute to the links just by ticking a checkbox.
When we migrate our WordPress site manually, sometimes due to silly mistakes the site doesn’t get live on the new server and need to look around here & there for help. I too had experienced the situation in past and learn a lot from it. I have already shared the do’s and don’ts about the WordPress website transfer to the new server. I hope it will help you.