The LEOPARD.host Blog 📝
Are you a Digital Specialist, Consultant, or otherwise referring clients around? Let’s chat! Loyalty is something that we’re big supporters of – we provide premium service and support.
Many hosts try cheap hardware and facilities, whereas we take a stand – premium only! If it’s not industry-leading, then it’s not for us. This goes for our compute gear through facilities.
People still ask us about Dedicated IPv4 addresses for their SSL Certificates – it’s a no! We stopped providing dedicated IPv4 addresses to customers a long while back now.
We’ve compiled a handy list of online tools that make day-to-day life easier. Jumping straight in – this list mightn’t be relevant to you now, however odds are they’ll help you.
There are many similarities between hosts, so what are we doing differently? 2020 was a busy year for LEOPARD.host – we finalised some major system changes internally.
If you’re struggling with a slow TTFB or page render times, LSWS is for you! LiteSpeed Web Server has consistently proven itself to be a brilliant option for hosting providers.
Woah, woah, woah – someone put the brakes on this cart! Australian domains shouldn’t be costing you hundreds of dollars a year! Let us show you the way.
There are a few options when it comes to caching, so what’s “best”? It really depends on the web server that’s running your website. That might be Apache, LSWS, etc.
We’ve all heard about Google & Bing clamping down on “HTTPS Everywhere”, so what does it mean? It’s always been important to have an SSL Certificate.
Domain names are easy to lose – though it’s simple to keep them safe. It pays to make sure you’re taking the time to keep your online assets secure. We’ll show you how!
Anything from foreign-owned locally-run to 100% Aussie owned, run & supported. It tends to boil down to where the hosting server/s are physically located globally.
Quick or you’re irrelevant – it’s a sad truth about this era of the web. Your website has to be fast. If it’s not quick enough to keep search engines interested, you’ll slip!
In our experience, most don’t provide full access. The only functions we disable are those which have been deprecated by cPanel (or aren’t relevant to hosting).
Virtual Private Servers (VPS) underpin some of the larger websites across Australia, and tend to be recommended for eCommerce and agency requirements. Let’s compare.
It’s one thing to have a Status Page, it’s quite another to use it honestly. Outages happen, there are DDoS attacks 24/7, and maintenance doesn’t always go flawlessly.