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Web Hosting Podcast is dedicated to helping you get the most out of your web site hosting experience. Covering topics that will help you speed up your site, stay secure and give you confidence to take your web site to the next level.

    Interview with Bryan Muthig, CEO of A2 Hosting.

    Interview with Bryan Muthig, CEO of A2 Hosting.

    Interview with Bryan Muthig, CEO of A2 Hosting.

    • 36 min
    WPVR, can help you get started with Virtual Reality tours in WordPress.

    WPVR, can help you get started with Virtual Reality tours in WordPress.

    What is a Virtual Reality Tour?   A Virtual Tour is a simulation of a real location.  It is often made with media that would include a 360-degree camera and can mix text, video, audio and much more.  Virtual tours provide the user a way to explore locations from the comfort of their home, business or ... Read more WPVR, can help you get started with Virtual Reality tours in WordPress.

    • 31 min
    Status of PHP in Web Hosting. WordPress 5.1.1 is out. Gutenberg block add-on with 19 ready made blocks.

    Status of PHP in Web Hosting. WordPress 5.1.1 is out. Gutenberg block add-on with 19 ready made blocks.

    Today on Episode 29 Web Hosting Podcast.  The status of PHP and web hosting. WordPress 5.1.1 has been released with some great improvements.  A gutenberg block add-on with 19 ready made blocks. The status of PHP and hosting. I found a few articles regarding the deprecation of PHP before 7.1 and that relates to the ... Read more Status of PHP in Web Hosting. WordPress 5.1.1 is out. Gutenberg block add-on with 19 ready made blocks.

    • 16 min
    My Depression, WordPress 5 is released, google page speed

    My Depression, WordPress 5 is released, google page speed

    Today on episode 28, Web Hosting Podcast.  Where have I been and what is going on with the podcast?  Have you taken the jump to WordPress 5 yet, if not then you are going to want to ensure you do a few things first.  Google Page Speed is up to some new tricks with images. ... Read more My Depression, WordPress 5 is released, google page speed

    • 24 min
    Are websites becoming irrelevant? With Megan from websites503.com

    Are websites becoming irrelevant? With Megan from websites503.com

    Today on episode 27, Web Hosting Podcast.  I sit down with Megan of websites503.com and discuss the current state of websites.  Are websites really needed in a world of apps, social media, and smart devices?  Are website going to be extinct or irrelevant in the coming years if not already? Are websites becoming irrelevant? With ... Read more Are websites becoming irrelevant? With Megan from websites503.com

    • 25 min
    WordPress 5 release date, Social Media experiment and CloudFlare turns 8.

    WordPress 5 release date, Social Media experiment and CloudFlare turns 8.

    Today on episode 26, Web Hosting Podcast. WordPress 5 gets a tentative release date. I discuss a social media experiment I tried. And cloudflare celebrated its 8th birthday in style by releasing some great new features and services.   WordPress 5 has a tentative release date of November 19th, 2018 Release Notes This date could ... Read more WordPress 5 release date, Social Media experiment and CloudFlare turns 8.

    • 16 min

Customer Reviews

Dcmnow ,

Are websites going away?

Maybe, though, based on roll around in my head thoughts for data points, not anytime soon. Less than feelings and more on numbers and purpose. Google is really going to have to find a way to get out and away from what it’s currently doing which is turning into an all in one sanitized monolith. It’s a great question. Apps seem to only have a single or two fold or three tier purpose, maybe. A lot of apps are graphic driven with a message. The start up cost of apps are huge. Websites can be engineered for much less and do much more. With Ahref on the rise even Google is going to have some good competition. If not them somebody else. This means not everyone’s going to have to adhere to googles control of the seo indexing environment. There are going to be breakaways. Possibly websites will be developed on purpose or in part to be non-indexed. There will be code to specifically opt out of indexing so that you have to go to the site to find whatever the subject, activity, application or point is. Websites don’t just serve milk to your door or deliver mail. And Google or at least Google index certainly does not carry through the character of the business that it skims from. Take HP or IBM or some government certification site, they are deep , complex, have partnership programs and there are no apps for them.

MarmotLover ,

Great for people of various technical levels

Each episode I’ve listened to could pretty much stand alone and give you some solid information on the topic. Host Tim Yardley is open to continuing the conversation regarding podcast topics and the show notes have some solid resources that I’ve used for my own development projects.

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