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An article full of useful advice for common website administrator and developer problems. Hire our Hull web developers to develop your website.

An article full of useful advice for common website administrator and developer problems. Hire our Hull web developers to develop your website.

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    Common Website Administrator and Developer Problems - Part 1 Common Website Administrator and Developer Problems - Part 1 Presentation Transcript

      • Common Website Administrator and Developer Problems – Part 1
      • This website development article is the first in a series of articles covering common website administrator and development problems, that novices often experience.
      • However why go to the bother of developing a website?
      • Neogain has a team of experienced web developers. Our Hull based website development team in the UK, are both affordable and have the skill-set you require.
      • Hire a Hull website developer to develop your website.
      • Problem: Can’t create a .htaccess file.
      • Many people especially Microsoft Windows users are unsure how to create a .htacess filename for their website.
      • The easiest solution is to create a file called htaccess.txt, then upload to your website.
      • Once the file is on your website you can then rename it .htaccess.
      • Problem: Can’t connect to the database server.
      • This problem can occur either when setting up your content management system, else during server performance issues.
      • If you are setting up your website content management system for the first time, perhaps you are experiencing this problem during an installation script?
      • It could be that you are typing in your database name using capital letters?
      • Try typing your database name in all lowercase.
      • Plus make sure you have the server connection details correctly, for example some servers require unusual port numbers, so you might have to add a port number after the database server. i.e. databaseserver:7100 (7100 being an example port number).
      • If you are experiencing this problem with an established website, then chances are the database server is not coping with the strain of heavy usage.
      • If it is your own dedicated server you might want to setup or tweak a website cache system to help reduce the demand on the server.
      • A cache will create flat files based upon previous visitor browsing, reducing the database server demand.
      • So once a page has been cached, the next visitor will be presented with a cached page, resulting in less connections to the database server, which during peak traffic could help.
      • Else you might have to consider migrating to another database server if you are using a shared solution, but best to contact the technical support team for your website, before you make any decisions.
      • Hire Neogain to develop your website!
      • We are based in the United Kingdom and have developed many websites, including eCommerce sites.
      • Hire our Hull based website development team to develop your website, which will save you hours of hassle if you are novice.
      • Hire a Hull website developer to create your website.