Browse our Glossary of WordPress specific terms for in-depth definitions covering all things Wordpress.
The .htaccess file is a basic configuration file used by the Apache web server to let you create special rules that tell your web server how to fun…
What is a TLD? In this post, we'll answer that question and then share more details about the importance of your TLD, and the three TLD categories.
Wondering "What is MySQL?" In this post, we give you a beginner-friendly explanation and show you how MySQL works in relation to WordPress.
DNS, short for Domain Name System, helps direct traffic on the Internet by connecting domain names with actual web servers. Learn more in this guide.
Learn all about PHP, an open-source, server-side scripting and programming language that's primarily used for web development.
GitHub is a for-profit company offering a cloud-based Git repository that helps developers store, manage, track and control changes to their code.
Apache is a popular open-source, cross-platform web server that is, by the numbers, the most popular web server in existence. Learn more in this gu…
Nginx, pronounced "engine-ex", is an open-source web server, also used as a reverse proxy, HTTP cache & load balancer. Learn more from this in-dept…
A content management system, often abbreviated as CMS, is a software platform that helps users create, manage, and modify content on websites.
What is WordPress? At its core, WordPress is the simplest, most popular way to create your own website or blog. Learn more here.
Wondering what WordPress tags are? We'll give you a detailed, beginner-friendly introduction, as well as some SEO best practices for your tags.
Wondering, what is cPanel? In this entry, we'll tell you what cPanel is, how you can access it, and how to use cPanel to manage your website and se…