All the New Plesk Obsidian Features

Plesk’s evolution is an ongoing process since the dynamic hosting industry continues to change proactively. Cloud technologies keep revolutionizing the industry and IT professionals need help managing multiple environments and services more efficiently. Productivity, security and usability are key here and Plesk Obsidian is the timely solution. To help you Continue Reading

WordPress Toolkit 4.3 Reveals Radical Improvements to Smart Updates Premium

We’re happy to announce WordPress Toolkit 4.3 is now publicly available. This release focuses on radical improvements to our premium Smart Updates. Namely user experience, checks, and more usability features like sitemap and switch. New Smart Updates User Experience The main complaint about Smart Updates was that it worked as Continue Reading

How to Change Default Horde Settings (Webmail)

Horde is a free web-based groupware. All components of this groupware are based on the Horde framework, which is programmed in PHP. Plesk uses the Horde-Webmailer to receive, organize, and send email in a web-based interface instead of a mail client. So it may be useful to learn how to Continue Reading

Are Progressive Web Apps The Future of The Web?

Progressive Web Apps, or PWAs, may sound like some techy fringe movement that’s only supported/adopted by a small minority. And in many ways, that’s exactly what they are. But what you really need to know about PWAs is that they’re: Based on a model that turns conventional practice on its Continue Reading

New features of Plesk Obsidian

Plesk’s evolution is ongoing process since hosting industry is changing dynamically and proactively. Cloud technologies are revolutionizing the industry and IT professionals need help to manage numerous environments and services in more agile and time-efficient way. Productivity is the core KPI here and Plesk Obsidian is the timely solution for Continue Reading

How to Optimize WordPress with Redis and Docker

Redis is an open source (BSD licensed), in-memory data structure store, used as a database, cache and message broker. It supports various data structures and offers extensive customizations. In this article, we’re going to discuss how you can use it to optimize a WordPress website. WordPress Cache and Redis WordPress Continue Reading

The WordPress Toolkit 4.1 Update

We’re thrilled to announce the public availability of WordPress Toolkit 4.1. Due to the large amount of changes under the hood, we needed more time to ensure everything works. However, good things come to those who wait because here it is now! Featuring the Remote WordPress Management Plugin, Website Quarantine Continue Reading

Your Guide to Plesk Mail Server Management

Though companies tend to use multiple social tools, email marketing remains a top way for brands to contact clients. However, many lack the time or technical expertise to manage a mail server, let alone manage its potential threats. Hence why outsourcing mail server management is so popular, despite the cost. Continue Reading

The End of Cross-Site Scripting: WordPress 5.1.1 Released

Older versions of WordPress make all posts vulnerable to cross-site scripting. But the cross-site scripting vulnerability in WordPress is a thing of the past now since the release of v5.1.1. The WordPress team have introduced several fixes in this new version. But first – What does a cross-site scripting vulnerability Continue Reading

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