Today, we’re happy to announce new integration of MaxCDN & NetDNA with the W3 Total Cache WordPress plugin.
Search engine crawlers (aka spiders or bots), scan your site and index whatever they can. This happens whether you like it or not, and you might not like sensitive or autogenerated files, such as internal search results, showing up on … Continued
This guest post is by Joe Dakroub, a UX Designer/Developer. He currently lives in Michigan with his fiancé and is very passionate about Open Source. A week ago I received an email from Justin Dorfman asking if I could develop a simple … Continued
As some of you may know, there is a large-scale attack against the popular CMS software, WordPress, to exploit easy-to-guess passwords and gain access to its administrator panel. This attack has been rumored to spread against ~90,000 IP addresses, making … Continued
In May 2012 we enabled a feature that would automatically fetch the IP address of the origin server url you specified using a local DNS resolver we have installed on each edge server. This fixed a lot of issues like … Continued