Favorite Part 1- Fast Amazon AWS Optimized WordPress EC2 RDS S3 Manual Cache Gzip Config

This is part one of a five part tutorial on using the Amazon Web Service to run a virtual private cloud EC2, RDS and S3 WordPress website that fits into the Amazon Free Tier. This site and this tutorial are put together by the staff of a Jacksonville Website Design and SEO company. That is right! Free Hosting for 1 Year on Amazons Cloud Network Index: Part 1- Fast Amazon AWS Optimized WordPress EC2 RDS S3 Manual … Continue reading

What does a Website Cost? | Static | Dynamic | E-commerce

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What is the difference between static, dynamic and e-commerce websites? Why pay more? First off, you don’t have to pay more. In the same amount of time required to start any of them, an experienced developer can also install a complete e-commerce solution. ¬†Contact Us at 904.802.1211 and we will explain over the phone or you can continue reading. Please contact us if you have any questions. We want you to be treated fair and honest. We … Continue reading

HTTPS SSL Certificates on Nginx Server Configurations

A lot of information can be found across the internet concerning SSL certificates. How they work and what they are used for are questions that require numerous books dedicated to the subject just to begin answering the question. This configuration will work with the WordPress, Drupal, Magento and other PHP configurations. SSL Certificates and HTTPS in simple terms If you have used the previous tutorials for setting up an Nginx cloud server, you may now be ready … Continue reading

Favorite Ubuntu Nginx AWS EC2 RDS | WordPress Ready Server For Multiple Domains

It took a load of work to get this put together and I haven’t had time to put pictures and other stuff into it. The server configuration will definitely need some final tweaks, but this will certainly get things going. Nginx is incredible but new so any help would be appreciated. Use the contact above. This doesn’t have to be on Amazon Cloud servers and you can easily tweak most of the following for Drupal, Joomla, Magento … Continue reading

Part 2- Amazon EC2 RDS WordPress

Continued from Part 1 – Fast Amazon AWS Optimized WordPress EC2 RDS S3 Manual Cache Gzip Config – Part 1 The next few steps will take us through the roughest part of setting up our WordPress install. In the last part we launched an AWS Ubuntu 12.10 EBS boot instance. If you got to this part of the tutorial very fast the instance may still be pending. You can check on the instance by visiting EC2 from … Continue reading

Part 3- Tutorial on Amazon EC2 RDS WordPress with SSH (Shh Don’t be scared:)

Continued from – Fast Amazon AWS Optimized WordPress EC2 RDS S3 Manual Cache Gzip Config – Part 1 Continued from – Amazon EC2 RDS WordPress – Part 2 Using SSH to Access Amazon AWS EC2 and RDS The following will use Terminal on mac. If you are using a PC then you may decide to use PuTTY for your command line interface. Go for it. The most difficult part will be connecting and setting up the public … Continue reading