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Articles by Tim RobardsTim is WHC's Technical Writer & Integrator. When he's not writing user guides or filming tutorials, you’ll likely find him building websites or enjoying the great outdoors.
WordPress 6.0 is here!
It’s that time of the year again for all WordPress users… WordPress 6.0 “Arturo” has arrived! This version is named after the highly influential...Read more
Domains at WHC just got better!
Hot on the heels of our domain backordering launch, domain names at WHC now include loads of useful new features at no additional cost. These new and...Read more
15 things to check before launching your new website
Your shiny new website is designed and integrated with a CMS. You’ve spent weeks creating and tweaking... You DID IT! Now, everything is beautiful...Read more
How Imunify360 protects your websites
With new online threats emerging every day, the risks of not securing your files and information are greater than ever before. Despite the constant evolution...Read more
PHP 8.0 and 8.1 are now available
PHP 8.0 & 8.1 are both available on WHC's Web Hosting, Reseller Hosting, and Managed WordPress plans. For Cloud and Dedicated plans, 8.0 is now available...Read more
WordPress 5.9 has arrived
WordPress 5.9 “Joséphine” has arrived! Named in honor of acclaimed international jazz singer Joséphine Baker. As this is a major...Read more
Introducing cPanel 98 & 100
What is cPanel? If you're using Web Hosting Canada's web solutions, then you likely know that it’s the company behind the human-friendly control...Read more
Log4j vulnerability: What you need to know
As you’ve probably heard, a critical vulnerability in a Java Library called Log4J was discovered last week, affecting millions of websites running...Read more
What are backlinks?
If you’re interested in the world of Search Engine Optimisation (SEO), you probably heard about backlinks. Backlinks are a crucial part of any effective...Read more
What is HTML?
HyperText Markup Language (HTML) is the standard scripting language for documents designed to be displayed on the web. It essentially tells web browsers...Read more