For a tutorial about mod_security installation for apache, and maybe one day for nginx will come the time. Today I will explain how to add rules in whitelist.conf file so that mod_security doesn’t block WordPress functionality.Continue reading “Mod_security rules for WordPress”
I will describe here step by step configuration of WordPress in configuration of two servers. These can be physical servers, or installed on virtual machines, either using VirtualBox or HyperV.
Usually we encounter these configurations above, of course there are also other solutions, such as in the case of the hosting service provider, which has a database elsewhere, and in another location keeps a directory on the files of the website, but I will deal with the classic case, when we distinguish between two different servers.
Why such a solution? For a simple reason – security. There is no external access to the database server, i.e. from the Internet. It is in favour of the so-called NAT.
I will describe the solution that I implemented at home on two laptops, which serve as servers at home for my own learning purposes.
Have you reached this place? Great! Let’s get started.Continue reading “WordPress configuration for connecting to a remote database”