Changing the Partition Layout of Your VPS after OS Installation


What are Partitions?

Imagine a laptop with a 500 GB disk and Windows as the operating system. By default, Windows is installed on the 500 GB disk. But what if you want to have both Windows and Linux? That’s where partitions come in. For example, you can create a 400 GB partition and a 100 GB partition on your 500 GB disk. Now your physical disk acts like two separate disks which means you can install Windows on one partition and Linux on the other.

In other words, partitions are logically separated parts on a hard drive that are treated as if they were separate hard drives. That means, each partition can have its own file system on it and they can also be encrypted.

Setting Up WordPress with Cloud-Init


WordPress is the most used open-source content management system – and it’s totally free. More than 40% of the websites on the internet are powered by WordPress*, both small blogs and large websites. WordPress is extremely customizable and beginner-friendly, but is also suitable for large and complex websites.

Automate the Setup Process with Cloud-Init

Setting up new WordPress instances is easy, but in order for WordPress to run you need a webserver and a MySQL database. Setting all of this up can take a lot of time, especially if you’re doing it on a large scale.

However, if you want to add WordPress to your existing server, head over to this guide on setting up WordPress manually.

Cloud-Init can be used to automate the installation and setup process of your server by following a specific set of instructions you define. So in this guide, we will take a look at how the installation process looks and create a Cloud-Init config for it, so it can be automated.

Benefits of using Cloud-Init

The true power of Cloud-Init is not only automating the initial installation, but replicating it on multiple machines – automatically. This is a huge time-saver in case of a disaster, where you need a new server running and configured as fast as possible. For more details about Cloud-Init itself, we’ve written a whole article about the benefits and how to use it.

How to Remove the Powered By Text in WordPress Theme Footer

In this article, we are going to cover how to remove the powered by text in WordPress. Or simply say how to change to footer text in WordPress.

There can be two cases, first in case you are using the Themes of AcmeThemes and for ordinary WordPress themes. We are going to cover for both cases.

change footer text in wordpress

Case 1 – If you are using themes by Acme Theme

All of our themes have Proudly powered by WordPress | Theme: AcmeBlog by AcmeThemes. The text is written in the footer section. If you want to remove this you have a different approach to this.
In the case of Premium Theme,
If you are using the premium version(paid version), you have options to hide such a section on Appearance > Customize > Footer Options > Enable/Disable Enable Theme Name and Powered by Text. Checked to show and unchecked to hide the powered by text on the footer.

In the case of Free Themes,
We have a variety of WordPress theme which are free and if you want to hide the Powered by text, you can either customize the theme or need to use the custom CSS codes
1. If you are familiar with WordPress codes, you can customize the theme. Please find the codes inside `acmethemes/hooks/footer.php` file and customize it as you need.


2. Use the below CSS codes on Appearance > Customize > Additional CSS to hide that text.

.site-info {

display: none;