There are a number of methods to attach a web site and its viewers’ browsers. Many of these have simple fixes that can be applied in the Apache configuration file. This article presents some of the headers that can be applied
WordPress SSH2 configuration
Instead of the packaged WordPress I run the version provided by WordPress. It is installed using a different userid from the userid the webserver runs as. To enable updates from the Admin Dashboard, I enabled sftp (ssh). This is how I did it.
I’ve done a little tuning to my WordPress setup. To keep up to date, I’ve switched from the Ubuntu installation to a downloaded installation under /opt/wordpress. This is owned by my user and served by Apache running as www-data. Updates are done using the SFTP method.
Installing WordPress on Ubuntu
WordPress is available as a packaged application for Ubuntu. However it requires a bit of post installation configuration. The installation will install the apache2 multi-user server if no server is installed. I modified the installation to run over top of an existing site. The default installation creates directories under /var/www, which I move to /srv.