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The first thing we do when reviewing a hosting provider is to set up a “dummy” test website on their servers and track its performance over time. On this page, we wanted to go over the details of how each test website is set up. Theme All of our test sites use the Twenty Seventeen […]
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If you are just launching your first WordPress website, you should also read my guide on how many Inodes a new website needs. For everyone else, here’s a list of factors with the biggest influence on the number of Inodes your WordPress website uses, along with advice on how to reduce this usage. As a […]
A website is made up of files that are stored on your hosting server. An Inode limit, broadly speaking, denotes the maximum number of files and folders you can store on your server. For example, when a hosting company lists 200,000 as their Inode limit, it means that your website can’t comprise more than 200,000 […]