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Website Technical Specifications

Technical Specifications and other data.

This website was made using WordPress and is currently hosted on a $5 Virtual Private Server through AWS Lightsail. Recently, I transferred my domain management to Cloudflare, providing the website with additional security and a free CDN. The site operates on a custom theme I developed a few years ago, designed with simplicity in mind.

I have been considering a complete redevelopment of my website for some time now; it is in need of a significant overhaul and update. In terms of tech I am torn between Astro, NextJs or maybe continue using WordPress.

🌍 Visitors

  • To anybody interested the blog is getting roughly 30k/mo unique visitors.

🦾 Server

  • Debian GNU/Linux
  • 512 MB RAM
  • 1 vCPU
  • 20 GB SSD
  • 1 TB Transfer
  • AWS Lightsail Server

πŸ” Security

  • Cloudflare
  • SSL by Cloudflare
  • AWS Firewall
  • Bitnami
  • Daily Backups

πŸ“° CMS

  • WordPress 6.3.2 (PHP 8.1.10)
  • Custom Theme (Classic)

🧱 Plugins

  • Akismet Anti-Spam
  • CodeMirror Blocks
  • Koko Analytics
  • Safe SVG
  • WP Mail SMTP
  • Yoast SEO (Free Version)

πŸ’° Cost

  • Domains: $30/yr
  • Server: ~$5/mo
  • CDN/WAF: $0
  • Email Box: $0
  • Email Delivery: $0 (100 emails/day – SendGrid) 
  • WpRocket: $49/yr (I won’t renew)

  • Yearly Cost: ~ $90

4 responses to “Website Technical Specifications”

  1. Khan avatar

    Loved this: “WpRocket: $49/yr (I won’t renew)”. lolz
    By the way good work! Keep it up

    1. Raddy avatar

      πŸ˜„πŸ˜„ Thank you!

  2. Asiomizu Noah avatar
    Asiomizu Noah

    Why dont you run ads on your webbsite?
    btw i loved your html, css, js, express, nodejs and mongodb tutorial. Next time add comments to the blog

    1. Raddy avatar

      I doubt that I will get much from it ads, but it could be a good way to generate some revenue… My main worry is that it could make look the website look spammy. In fairness most blogs do have ads… I could do an experiment for a month or two to see what happens.

      I am glad to hear that you love the tutorials. There should be a comment section under each post, but not a global one for blogs. That’s something I could add when I re-design it one day

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