Category: Website

Running Ecommerce Business Using WordPress

‘Success doesn’t come overnight, it takes years’. For most businesses today, there are many challenges which come alongside inhibiting success. There are endless pitfalls once you enter the market of 21st Century, and the number of solutions are quite minimal. Surviving amidst the giants of today, let alone […]


Managed WordPress Hosting

You create your own dynamic site. We manage your setup, backups and security. Managed means easy. We do all this: Automatic account setup Automatic WordPress core updates Nightly backups w/ 1-click restore DDoS protection & site monitoring Optimized WordPress servers So you can simply do this: Build your awe-inspiring website SSL […]

A Bank Website on WordPress

Matt Mullenweg responded to a question posted at Quora. There’s a thread on Quora asking “I am powering a bank’s website using WordPress. What security measures should I take?” The answers have mostly been ignorant junk along the lines of “Oh NOES WP is INSECURE! let me take […]

20150503 KING.NET sites uptime

KING.NET Sites Uptime Report

Once in a while (at least once a month) I share KING.NET sites uptime report to understand the traffic growth of our online properties. From last month uptime report April 2015, the traffic response time for KING.NET is 1.2 seconds and for the the last 30 days we […]


Security Update for WordPress and iOS

We have some alarming security update for WordPress and iOS. If you are using WordPress for your website and if you’re using iOS which most of the people I know 🙂 you need to continue reading this post. Highly popular WordPress plugins vulnerableto XSS attacks. A security researcher from Scrutinizer […]

KING.NET mobile friendly test result

Is your site mobile-friendly?

Starting April 21, Google Search will be expanding its use of mobile-friendliness as a ranking signal. Double-check your website are ready for this change by testing pages of your site with the Mobile-Friendly Test tool. After you analyze your website you will see a similar result as show here.


Plogging is born.

I’ve been writing how-to-guide articles for quite some time, well many years. I’ve lost track of these documents due to moving from static content to different content management system (CMS), where to get the money to pay for hosting and other technical reasons. You probably in the same […]