Google Chrome to say Goodbye to 3rd Party Cookies in 2023
Posted on 2 August 2022
Google Chrome is massive. It’s global market is over 60%. In 2023 Google are going to be changing their popular browser so 3rd party cookies don’t work but what does it mean and why?
What are cookies…read more.
10 Things you probably didn’t know about the internet
Posted on 13 July 2022
You might be pretty confident about surfing the web, downloading email attachments and scrolling through social networks sharing things that interest you but here are 10 facts about the Internet you…read more.
SSD vs SAS drives in website hosting: SSD’s explained
Posted on 13 July 2022
Recently we deviced to test the speed of a couple 7.2k SAS drives against 2 Enterprise Sata SSD drives. The results are here:
Both of these servers were identical at the time of testing, same make…read more.
How to migrate a cPanel account to Direct Admin Personal
Posted on 1 June 2022
Recently we were tasked with migrating accounts from cPanel to Direct Admin Standard Edition. This was a case of generating backups and then renaming these backups to cpmove-user.tar.gz and restoring…read more.
We’ve changed our hosting – from VPS to Colocated Dedicated Hardware in a Hampshire based Tier 3 Data Centre
Posted on 27 May 2022
When we started Plexaweb, web hosting was never an intended service we wanted to offer. We just wanted to build websites and focus are efforts on…read more.
How to update your WordPress URL from PHPMyAdmin
Posted on 16 February 2022
Sometimes we’ll run into a site that has had it’s domain updated but before the previous domain expired the website wasn’t updated to the new domain. We’ve also run into websites that have been partially…read more.
How to open Microsoft To Do Automatically on a Mac
Posted on 15 February 2022
A little while ago we created a popular blog post on how to open Microsoft To Do automatically on Windows. Due to how popular the post has become, we’ve decided to come up with another: How to open Microsoft…read more.
Are free website builds on Facebook a scam?
Posted on 1 February 2022
If you’re part of local groups you may have seen a script just like this one:
“Would anyone be interested in a free build and design of a professional website? We are looking to increase our portfolio…read more.
How to open Microsoft OneNote automatically
Posted on 18 January 2022
Please note the following guide has only been tested in Windows 10 and Windows 11.
Onenote is a useful tool for taking and sharing notes. We use one note as much as we use Microsoft To Do and Outlook.…read more.
How to setup geo-targeted landing pages
Posted on 6 January 2022
Geo-targeted landing pages are pages setup specifically for gaining traffic from traffic from people in specific physical areas searching for keywords relating to your business.
There are many reasons…read more.