We specialise in providing fast and secure WordPress hosting with optional worldwide content delivery support via Cloudflare. The origin web servers are based on finely tuned nginx and PHP7 FPM configurations to enable the fastest delivery speeds possible. Each WordPress install comes with the Elementor Page Builder ready for you to login and start creating your site.
WordPress is an online website creation tool. It is the easiest and most powerful blogging and website content management system (or CMS) in existence today and powers over 29% of all the websites on the Internet. Yes – more than one in four websites that you visit are likely powered by WordPress.
All our Spiderweb customer websites come with WordPress pre-installed ready to start editing your content and layout. It is auto updated once a week (including plugins and themes) so you can rest assured your WordPress site will not get out of date and become a target for hackers over the long term.
Elementor is a page layout building plugin that replaces the basic WordPress editor with a live backend editor, so you can create complex layouts visually, and design your website live, without having to switch between the editor and the preview mode. The page builder enables you to reach a top-notch quality of design without needing to use code or CSS, and without relying on developers for help.
The user interface is extremely friendly, so it only takes a few minutes to get the hang of it. This means, for example, that when you drag and drop widgets, it is done instantly, without any lag time at all.
Cloudflare is a global content delivery network (CDN) that increases the performance and security of every website on its network, protecting from a broad range of threats and attacks.
Over 10,000,000 websites run on the Cloudflare network – ranging from individual blogs to e-commerce sites to the websites of Fortune 500 companies to national governments. Cloudflare powers almost a trillion monthly page views – more than Amazon, Wikipedia, Twitter, Zynga, AOL, Apple, Bing, eBay, PayPal and Instagram combined – and over 25% of the Internet’s population regularly passes through their network of ~200 “edge servers” around the globe.