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#145489 [Solved] How to solve mysqli_connect(): (HY000/1045): Access denied for user...

Posted by sagnik on 22 March 2018 - 05:44 AM

Do you get any of the message as defined here:

echo "connection success";
echo "connection not success";

If yes, then modify it to:

echo "connection success";
echo "connection not success: ".mysqli_error($conn);

and see what mysql says.

#145100 [Solved] Tommy is useless for Production.

Posted by sagnik on 13 March 2018 - 05:25 PM

You are sying that,

No console that is basic requirement of Django hosting.

why you want to use an online console instead you just write your code in your desktop then compile it and upload it to your live server (patents.heliohost.org). I think this will be more reliable way for Django. I've my website completely written in HTML,CSS,Jquery & PHP, I've never used the File Manager of cPanel to write a whole PHP script. I use Notepad++ to write codes then I test it on my local server then upload it to live server because this provides me more features & usability than any online editors can. And you should do the same.

And your second point is

No reliable uptime.

The uptime of Tommy server is the highest uptime than the other servers like Johnny/Stevie. And you are saying that, "it takes too long to load or dead", I've tested your website http://patents.heliohost.org/, and your page takes 0.268 seconds (268ms) to load, do you expect faster than this?. I've my own website on Tommy, I've not noticed any problems like you.

Hosted on apache embedded mode which is not reliable.

So what whether Apache is configured as mod_wsgi or VHosts. It works as it should be.

If you are not happy with Heliohost then why don't you setup your own server because VPS also have some restrictions like RAM, Disk Space, Processor Cores, etc? In that way you can use anything you want. And see how much money it takes to run a server. And you are getting almost everything on Heliohost for free.

#144308 What are LSI keywords?

Posted by sagnik on 22 February 2018 - 06:42 PM

LSI means Latent Semantic Indexing. It's introduced in 2013 by Google (not sure about the year).
Coming to your question, LSI Keywords is a SEO element, which is increasing constantly. LSI Keywords might be a set of some meaningful keywords or a sentence, the both must be based on a main keyword. For example, I've a keyboard/website named "Whatsnew" which is my main keyword, and my LSI Keywords can be "what's new on the internet"/"what's new online shopping", etc. And then include the keywords in keywords meta tag.
LSI Keywords helps Google to better understand your website when submitting your website to Google for crawling.