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How Do IP Addresses Work? 1,451 Views

IPThe same way as any other language; they communicate using set guidelines to pass information. All types of devices find, send, and exchange information with other connected devices these protocols. That's why any computer from any location can "talk" to one another; they are "speaking" the same language.
Update: Thu 26 Mar 2020

Some Do's and Dont's of Web Site Design 1,450 Views

Website DesignWhen designing a new web site there are many potential pitfalls for the unwary designer. These are just a few hints and tips to try and help the novice web master in their efforts to produce a web site of which they can be proud. A short article on web site design such as this cannot hope to cover all of the many facets of the subject of web design. There are plenty of resources available to help your study of this - a quick visit to a book store will show that.
Update: Thu 26 Mar 2020

Adding Quality Content to Your Web Site 1,443 Views

ContentWhen setting up a new web site nowadays, the most important factor to keep in mind is the content. Yes, keywords are still important, but the days when a web page could be judged solely on the keyword content are long gone. Why is this so? Two reasons. Firstly, in order to sell you need not only to attract visitors to your web site, but also when they do arrive you need to keep them there. Secondly, the way that web sites are ranked nowadays relies much more on the content of the site, and on the relevance of that content to the main subject of the web site.
Update: Thu 26 Mar 2020

Is Hotel WiFi Secure? 1,440 Views

Hotel WiFiWhen you check in to a hotel, you assume that the company will keep you and your valuables safe by not sharing your room keys and providing a safe for your belongings. But a much greater threat could be lurking in your rented room, the free WiFi connection that most lodging providers offer. We’ve already talked about the steps you should take when connecting to public WiFi networks in coffee shops, but many people still fail to apply these basic safeguards to hotel Internet browsing. This is a huge mistake! Hotel WiFi networks suffer from many of the same security weaknesses as unsecured coffee shop networks. Not only do these networks increase your susceptibility to “man in the middle” type attacks that compromise your personal information, the FBI and the US Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) report that instances of malicious software attacks on hotel-connected laptops are on the rise.
Update: Fri 27 Mar 2020

Key Features to Include in a Professional Website 1,437 Views

Key FeaturesTo make your website look professional there are a few features that need to be implemented, no matter what. These key features will allow for great ease of use and will also make your website look a whole lot better. The first feature that needs to be considered is accessibility, which ties in a lot with ease of use. Making your website easy to navigate around is a perfect starting point. Make key parts of text large and bold to catch the audience’s eye. You want the audience to be able to get what they want quickly as opposed to making them search through your website to find what they want. A professional website will always be one that is easy to use.
Update: Thu 26 Mar 2020

Blogging? Consider WordPress Web Hosting 1,416 Views

WordPressBlogging is extremely popular these days. Many businesses and personal sites use it to communicate with their customer base or visitors. Some people even use blog software as a CMS or content management system. There are several blogging platforms available, many for free but easily the most popular and most used is WordPress. WordPress is a free, open source blogging software that is easy to set up, easy to use and is highly customizable making is a leader in the industry. Because so many people use it WordPress web hosting has become its own niche in the industry.
Update: Thu 26 Mar 2020

How to Create a Professional Looking Website 1,411 Views

WebsiteThe appearance of your website is arguably the most important feature. Forget content, graphics and how much it sings and dances, if it does not look professional then users will go elsewhere and/or struggle to use your website. There are certain criteria to make your website look professional, and if your website meets each of these criteria then it will look appealing to the user, as well as be easy to use.
Update: Thu 26 Mar 2020

How to Delete Twitter Account 1,407 Views

Delete Twitter AccountTwitter users might be surprised to learn that their personal information is being collected. Twitter collects names, email addresses, and information on how users use the service. Privacy issues have led many users to consider deleting their Twitter accounts. Here is how you can get started on the deletion process. Read on!
Update: Thu 26 Mar 2020

Multiple Domain Hosting More Common Than You Think 1,389 Views

DomainMultiple domain web hosting is incredibly common. Web hosting companies encourage this and many people who use web hosting find that multiple domains not only makes sense but are in fact becoming more and more necessary. There are a number of reasons for having multiple domains and any web hosting company that wants to be considered competitive will allow hosting of multiple domains from one web hosting account.
Update: Thu 26 Mar 2020

What is a Virtual Dedicated Server? 1,388 Views

VPSMany web sites are run on shared servers, where the number of sites hosted on a single server could run into the hundreds. Until recently, the next step up for a web site that had outgrown a shared server was to move to a dedicated server, which would host just that one site. Nowadays though, there is another choice – the virtual dedicated server. This is a server that has been partitioned into segments, each of which acts as a dedicated server. On a server of this type, there would be just a few web sites, with the effect that more of the servers’ resources would be available for each web site. As an example, a server may be portioned into 5 virtual servers. This would mean that each virtual server would have the use of 20% of the servers’ resources – processor time, hard disk space and so on.
Update: Thu 26 Mar 2020
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