For novices: You are now reading a post on a WordPress Blog. This post explains how it is setup.
WordPress is also the CMS to manage all the static pages on the site. I manage many other WordPress site: either for personal interests or for other Kneaver related companies.
Given most Kneaver users will end up being interested to host their site I got the idea to build a model image that anyone can fire-up on a cloud hosting service like DigitalOcean. Since many tweeps are very capable and WordPress savy I think the best is to use this post to crowdsource a dream configuration.
So to keep the ball rolling here comes Kneaver’s configuration and ideas I’m using on other sites.
– WordPress 4.1.1
– OS: CentOS 5.9. The major benefit on other flavours of Linux is extra security features like SELinux.
– Passwords are very long and complex, login names as well (they are like passwords).
– Rights are arranged so that editor and administrators rights separated. You can’t both write and configure with the same login.
– I have several free services monitoring the sites as well a script in NodeJS testing that forms are working.
– Backups are done every day and sent to other places.
– Themes are self made and offer some features as well.
– Backend services provide extra functionalities like store/shop, registration, onboarding, surveys.
Plugins with an impact on the content.
Plugins with an impact on the operation of the site.
Plugins for Marketing, SEO, promoting, Engagement