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As long as you don't have conflicting htaccess directives, you should be fine. I'd still suggest you stick to the subdomain, though. Doing so is much cleaner for cookies (as well as for sessions if yo …
answered Dec 3 '10 by Denis de Bernardy
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I think it really breaks down to your traffic. The slower the hardware, the slower (the already slow) page generation. It's not specific to WP, it's the same for all large php scripts. If you get a s …
answered Oct 11 '10 by Denis de Bernardy
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Depending on what you're looking for, I'd suggest http://hub.org. It's not necessarily the cheapest around, nor does it necessarily have the most cutting edge control panel. But you get a VPS maintain …
answered Dec 12 '10 by Denis de Bernardy
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The main gotcha when changing servers are hard-coded urls and file paths WP. They appear: In the upload path option, under settings / misc (now settings / uploads, if memory serves), on old WP insta …
answered Oct 11 '10 by Denis de Bernardy