Tag: serverpilot

Why I use RunCloud over ServerPilot

Why I use RunCloud over ServerPilot

I host around 18 different websites (mostly WordPress), both for myself, and for small-to-medium sized business clients. This creates a small pool of “fun money” on the side for me, that’s entirely passive. It also lets me break away from the hellish world that is shared hosting, such as BlueHost, Hostgator, or the like. *shudders* …

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Installing Ghost as an App in ServerPilot

Installing Ghost as an App in ServerPilot

Updated Note 4/2/19: While the information below is still valid, I’ve since moved away from ServerPilot and now use RunCloud. You can read my post as to why I switched here. ServerPilot is great, and I recommend them to anyone. I use their service almost exclusively to manage multiple WordPress installations on a single $5/month …

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How to Update Ghost on DigitalOcean Managed by Serverpilot

How to Update Ghost on DigitalOcean Managed by Serverpilot

UPDATE¬† 4/2/19: While the information below may still be useful to some, I’ve since moved away from ServerPilot and now use RunCloud. You can read my post as to why I switched here. UPDATE 5/3/18: The following information is no longer valid. Ghost has since introduced a command line tool for installing and updating their …

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Fixing Ghost’s Default Casper Theme

Fixing Ghost’s Default Casper Theme

As mentioned a post or two ago, I’ve switched from Hugo to Ghost. And I’m in love with it. Writing posts in Ghost’s markdown window is beautifully simple, and I’d actually forgotten how much I missed authoring a blog post via a web interface (as opposed to a text editor/command window.) It’s not that I …

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