If you are using WordPress on your Synology NAS, you absolutely do not need all PHP extensions to make it work properly, only some of them. It’s useless to use all of them if you don’t need them as it will increase the response time of your website. In this step by step guide I … Read more about Synology: PHP 8 Settings And Extensions For WordPress
The php.ini file is a special file for PHP. It is where you declare values to your PHP settings. The Synology NAS server is already configured with the standard settings for PHP which your website will use by default. Unless you need to change one or more settings, there is no need to create or … Read more about Synology: Where to Find php.ini
With the release of the new Synology DSM 7.1 version of the operating system, Web Station has also got an upgrade to version 3.1.0-0339 – With Web Station you can easily host and publish your own website or websites. Additionally, after installing the PHP 8 package, you can freely create dynamic websites for your personal … Read more about Synology Web Station Update Version: 3.1.0-0339
So you’ve installed the Web Station package on your Synology NAS. You open a browser, type in your NAS local IP address and click Enter to connect to your NAS. But instead of the standard login page, you get an almost blank page with a message. How is this possible? What could have gone wrong? … Read more about Synology: Web Station has been enabled
HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS) is a web security policy mechanism that helps to protect websites against man-in-the-middle attacks such as protocol downgrade attacks and cookie hijacking. It allows web servers, in this case Synology NAS devices, to declare that web browsers (or other complying user agents) should automatically interact with them using only HTTPS … Read more about Synology: What Does HSTS Mean in Web Station?