If you want to create custom error pages for 403, 404 and 500 errors, for each error you have to upload one .html file in the main WordPress folder. For example, for error 403 you have to create a 403-error.html page. For error 404 you have to create a 404-error.html page. For error 500 you … Read more WordPress: How to Create Custom Error Pages
Are you tired of typing yourname.synology.me:5001 in your browser address bar every time you log into your DSM? Would you like to know how to remove the :5001 part and still be able to access your Synology DSM in a professional way? Right now, if you remove :5001 from your synology.me address and press Enter, instead … Read more Synology: How to Access synology.me Without port :5001 at the End
Lately I’ve been reading a lot of posts on Reddit (the channel dedicated to Synology) about the pros and cons of paying for web hosting vs hosting your website from home, on a Synology NAS. A lot of Reddit users and so many other people on the Internet are asking which is better: buying a … Read more Pay For Web Hosting vs Hosting on My Synology NAS
WebP is a new open standard format for compressed images developed by Google on the basis of the VP8 video codec, therefore closely linked to the WebM audio / video compression format. Born to optimize the loading times of a WordPress or Joomla website, it has now become a standard format, compatible with all current … Read more How to Convert Images to WebP Format With macOS
One of Synology’s weaknesses is undoubtedly the lack of communication with the public. Although its monthly newsletter has improved, and in it we get not only the latest news on all the new Synology products, but also news relating to the updates of its packages for its DSM operating system. Since last year, I have … Read more Synology: Where is DSM 7.0 Preview?