WordPress Tutorial: Enable PHP5 fastcgi and ZLIB compression on Bluehost.avi


Highly disappointed. I have moved from Godaddy to #bluehost 3 years ago on basis of bigger space and 99.9% uptime. Today my hosting company is not the same. I have developed business and hosted many websites of my customers; all are down much too often and too long each time. To move all my websites (20) to a new hosting company will be a challenge. I will have to hassle to keep my customers. They (Blue Host) should pay me for the loses and false promises. I am wandering if I can sue them.


Boosting WordPress speed on bluehost using PHP5 Fast CGI and enabling Zlib compression

WPhowtotips

5 Comments
  • AlecTaylor6
    Posted at 09:32h, 22 March

    Thanks for the tutorial, quick critique; you're not uncommenting the changed lines in php.ini… why not?

  • Samiyyah Andrewin
    Posted at 08:52h, 23 May

    Thanks a big bunch from Belize 🙂

  • Chadd G
    Posted at 19:14h, 19 September

    quick solutions to WordPress are right up my alley!! I figured it would be harder to configure zlib…keep em coming

  • Karl Saszik
    Posted at 02:15h, 21 November

    Awesome!!! Huge Difference!!! thanks!

  • Rachel Wolany
    Posted at 07:19h, 27 August

    Hey WPhowtotips,

    I have followed your instructions. I don't have access to the second step available to me on that page you are using. Could you please advise as I don't want to go any further. I await your response. Thanks in advance.

    Rachel

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