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Previously, in our NGINX traffic management and security controls series, we have discussed how to limit the number of connections the same client can make to your web resources, using client identification parameters such
Every time NGINX encounters an error as it attempts to process a client’s request, it returns an error. Each error includes an HTTP response code and a short description. The error usually is displayed
When it comes to Content Management Systems, WordPress reigns supreme. WordPress powers nearly 43% of all the websites hosted online followed by its competitors such as HubSpot CMS, Joomla, Drupal, Wix, and Shopify to
WordPress is an immensely popular CMS (Content Management System) that accounts for nearly 43% of all the websites according to W3techs.com. From powering high-traffic sites such as eCommerce, and news websites to simple blogs,
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