To check HTML version of a website or web application you can simply check the source code of the site (normally CTR+U ) and look at the Doctype on top any other code.
You should see something similar to this but you will be interested in the first line only. This looks like HTML5 Doctype declaration. Continue reading “How to check HTML version of any website”
If you are a Linux command line lover you can run this and see what version of PHP you are running:
or you can alternatively run this to get strictly the version number Continue reading “How to check what PHP version I am running”
First of all, you must know that Java is a programming language and you need some packages installed on your computer to run it. Before we check for any version you must know what are you looking for. So let’s see some definitions in the Java world.
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There are 3 scenarios here:
- First one: WordPress is yours. You have full control and you are hosting it.
- Second: You manage WordPress. You have limited control to WordPress own control panel.
- Third scenario: No special access. You are a simple user and want to check WordPress version from the public side.
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Think of a Virtual Private Server as a go-between a virtual hosting/shared account and a dedicated server.
‘Virtual’ means that it is not real. Basically, it is still a shared hosting account but unlike a normal shared hosting account, each VPS has its own dedicated slice of the CPU, RAM, and disk space. So basically, what you do will not affect the other VPS on the machine. You can reboot your VPS anytime you want and you will have root access.
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HTTPS (Hypertext Transfer Protocol over Secure Socket Layer) is a secured communication protocol between a web browser and web server. You can say it is secured HTTP (think of ‘S’ in HTTPS as secured) protocol. It encrypts any communication that a user sends to a web server and decrypts at the server side. Similarly, it encrypts any communication that a web server sends to a web browser and decrypts at browser side. That way HTTPS protocol provides a secured sub layer under HTTP.
So the conclusion is that https is more secure, why do websites use HTTP anyway?
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To check your Ubuntu system version using command line yow will have to open the terminal (you can use this shortcut: Ctrl+Alt+T)
- and enter the command lsb_release -a
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