Hey Readers! It is an immense pleasure to tell you all that Slash Coding has been finally moved to a new web hosting server. It was required to take this step because of the increase in traffic in the past few weeks. Initially, I had signed up for a hosting plan from Server Villa, which provided me with 1GB of storage space, which I was not even able to fill 20% (trust me, it’s a lot of space!) and with 10GB of Bandwidth.
But with the recent increase in the traffic and with the other websites hosted on my same account, I consumed 90% of my Bandwidth pretty quickly! And that’s when I got tensed as I did not want my website to be unavailable to the users even for a day. So, to provide you all with a seamless experience, I decided to go ahead and buy Blue Host Shared Web Hosting with the Black Friday/Cyber Monday deals. I ended up paying a lot less amount for such an awesome web hosting service. I hope the Blue Host shared hosting goes well with Slash Coding, and I would move to a bigger server, as the readership increases.
Also, I had my exams in the month of November, so I could not update this blog that frequently, but now I am free and I promise you guys with at least 3-4 posts a week, all of which will definitely be related to Development, or some tutorials in various Programming languages. Do let me know in the comments section if you want me to cover any specific topic in the coming days. I would be happy to cover that for you! If you want to know more about me, like what all I am capable of doing, head over to the About Me page, where you can read more about me and know the various programming languages that I am capable of writing code in.
During the transfer process, I faced a problem, commonly known as the WordPress’s white screen of death. In this issue, whenever I would update any post, install a plugin or anything, I would be shown with a blank white screen, and I could not figure out what to do. Luckily, this problem did not come to the users at the front end, and at the back-end, I was able to resolve this issue by reading through some forums, which consumed like a complete day to figure out the ultimate problem and fix it.
Well, that would be all for this article. I hope to see you guys around, reading, commenting and sharing your views on anything and everything with every one. Also, I hope to move Slash Coding to a VPS some time soon. With the increase in the readership that I saw, I know that day is not far. Keep following Slash Coding on Facebook, Twitter or via RSS Feeds.