2022 begins a new managed hosting era

Over the course of the year 2021, I began the process of migrating all managed hosting WordPress sites from a company named Agathon Group to a host named Siteground, where I was hosting a few simple WordPress sites already. I set an end date goal of January 1, 2022 to be fully migrated (websites and … Read More

Domain management and you

I am nearing the end of the process of migrating 120+ domain names out of my control/management and into the hands/ownership of their respective owners. This is being done for a number of reasons…. 1. old practice: this was a service/convenience I offered to early web clients — it was much easier for me to … Read More

WordPress 5.5

August 2020, during the mayhem of the coronavirus pandemic, WordPress released version 5.5 — and subsequently a fair amount of websites “broke” in some fashion. The sites 3Cstudio saw that had issues were still using a legacy theme called Startbox, which had held up to many years of updates (including the massive jump to version … Read More

WordPress 5.0

Back in early December 2018, WordPress quietly rolled out WordPress 5.0 with the long-discussed major shift in Editor (code-named “Gutenberg”). Though some people — judging by Comment threads and forum posts — were rather apprehensive, I found that the process of Upgrading was quick and painless, especially if I installed the Classic Editor Plugin first. … Read More

SSL for All

The almighty Google has been saying for some time now that, beginning in July of 2018, they would be flagging sites without the https:// designation as “Unsafe”. What is HTTPS? People see this https:// designation (and a corresponding padlock icon, often) in their Address bar of their chosen browser (Chrome, Firefox, Safari, etc.) when they … Read More

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