Category: hosting

Going From Dumb Little Idea to Real Website in Like 10 Minutes

I live in Bend, Oregon. I woke up with the dumbest idea ever that there should be a little food truck map website and it should be called Vend, Oregon. It’s not my finest idea, but hey, I’m full of those. Fortunately, we don’t have to spend all day on this. 1) Figure out what’s going to go on t...

How to Deploy Node Applications: Heroku vs Now.sh

As Node.js continues to gain in popularity, new tutorials pop up teaching you to write server-side JavaScript apps and APIs. Once you’ve built your shiny new Node app, though, what then? In this article, I’m going to take a look at a couple of options for deploying your Node applications. We’ll take a...

Sponsor: Media Temple

One of the interesting things about Media Temple is the breadth of hosting solutions they offer. Among their least expensive plans is WordPress-specific hosting. Just $20/month, but very powerful and fast hosting, thanks to it being tuned just for WordPress. WP-CLI is installed right on it and it auto-updates WordPres...

Sponsor: Enterprise WordPress on Media Temple

Media Temple is the host we both use and recommend here on CSS-Tricks. Hot off the presses: Media Temple has launched Enterprise WordPress Hosting. This is for large-scale WordPress sites that need the scaling and high-availability of AWS, all managed by the crack engineers at Media Temple. A little behind the scenes:...

Sponsor: Media Temple

Media Temple has been my host here at CSS-Tricks since forever. One of the things I particularly like is the customer support team. They have all the angles covered: They have really robust documentation. I land there from web searches all the time, not even thinking to directly reference their docs. Need help right ...