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Should You Consider Windows Web Hosting? 1,083 Views

Windows HostingWhen searching for web hosting you will typically run across a multitude of hosts that utilize a Linux platform, as well as a plethora that use a Windows platform. There are even some hosts that offer both options readily to their customers. Because many people use Windows as their home operating system they think this is the better solution. Many believe that this will also cause them to specifically choose a Windows platform in their web hosting. However, the truth is that most people will be able to use a Linux platform without problematic instances. Sometimes the choice for Windows hosting is a personal preference and other times it is a necessity.
Update: Thu 26 Mar 2020

How to Setup New Email Account? 1,082 Views

EmailWhen starting a new web site, one task that needs to be accomplished is the set-up of any email accounts that will be needed. This will allow a user to receive email addressed to, for example, This looks a lot more professional than using an existing email address with no connection to the new web site. A typical web hosting plan will allow a user to set up a number of different accounts, as well as setting options like email-forwarding or auto-responders for those accounts. Let’s take a look at what needs to be done.
Update: Thu 26 Mar 2020

What is Disk Space? 1,071 Views

Disk SpaceDisk space is simply the total amount of data that you can store upon your web hosts' server. This amount will include all of your web pages, any graphic or audiovisual content you may use on those pages, any files that are available for downloading by visitors and also any space that you may use for emails. You will also need to allow a small amount of space for the various log files that are generated by the server recording such things as site visits. The amount of disk space available will vary depending on your choice of plan. For a low-cost plan, it may be as little as 10 Mb, with more expensive plans you may have many gigabytes for your use.
Update: Thu 26 Mar 2020

What To Look For In Blog Web Hosting? 1,064 Views

BlogBoth personal and business sites use blogging as a marketing tool. Smaller businesses and personal sites often use blogging software as their complete web site solution. They, in effect use it as a content management system or CMS. If the primary purpose to your site is to offer blog posts to your viewers you may not need as robust a hosting solution as other sites. Your concentration is on your blog so you want to be sure your blog is available and fully supported. This is why it is important to find a reliable blog web hosting solution that will suit your needs. Because blogging is a specific niche, there are specific features you should be concerned about.
Update: Thu 26 Mar 2020

What is a Web Server? 1,058 Views

Web ServerA web server can actually mean one of two different things, either the actual computer hardware or the software that runs on the web server, receiving requests from clients and responding to them. Here we will take a look at the hardware. At first glance, the specifications of a web server may be very similar to the type of computer used as a desktop machine by many people, and in fact, most desktop machines could be used as a server, given the right software. Like desktop machines, a server will have a CPU, RAM, a hard drive and an Internet connection. However, when you look more closely at these specifications, the differences become apparent.
Update: Thu 26 Mar 2020

Switching to a New Web Hosting Company 1,054 Views

Connecting to InternetThere may come a time when you feel that your web site is starting to outgrow the services that your current web hosting company can supply. Or maybe you have found the hosting company to be unreliable, with your site downtime rising to a level you find unacceptable. For whatever reason, you think it's time to look for a new host for your web site.
Update: Thu 26 Mar 2020

Why Do I Need a Web Site? 1,052 Views

Website on ComputerThere are many reasons for a person or group to want a presence on the Internet. Let's take a look at some potential benefits that can come from various ways in which such people could use a web site. There are two main reasons for an individual to have a web site. They may have a hobby or interest they are passionate about. Establishing a web site would enable that person to share their views with others that are also interested in that subject. Such web sites often include how-to articles on various aspects of the particular hobby, along with message boards for feedback.
Update: Thu 26 Mar 2020

What is Uptime? 1,037 Views

99.9% Uptime GuaranteedOften you will see that a web hosting company offers, for example, “99.5% guaranteed uptime”. What does this mean, and why is it important? Put simply, uptime is the amount of time that your web site is up and running, and available to the world. In contrast, downtime means that your web site will be inaccessible. Uptime is normally given as a percentage, as above. Let’s do some math, and see exactly what is meant by 99.5% uptime. A calendar month contains 43,200 minutes, so an uptime figure of 99.5% means that your site should be down for a maximum of 216 minutes during any one month. If the uptime figure was 99.7%, then the downtime drops to 130 minutes a month or a little over two hours.
Update: Thu 26 Mar 2020

Why Does My Company Need a Web Site? 1,034 Views

ComputersBusinesses looking to establish a web presence do so for many reasons. The most obvious is to market their goods or services to a wider clientele. Other reasons include the desire to get product information to customers and to keep customers updated with the latest news and information. Establishing a web site immediately gives a company a global presence, and allows potential customers to see what products are available at any time of the day or night. If the web site is equipped with a shopping cart then orders can be taken and payments processed without any need for human intervention. Large savings can be made by not needing a traditional customer service call center for order-taking, with the added benefit that orders may be taken at any time.
Update: Thu 26 Mar 2020

Shared Web Hosting Or WordPress Hosting? 668 Views

Shared Web Hosting Or WordPress HostingWhen building a website, one of the most important decisions you should make is, what kind of hosting plan to buy. You will need a web hosting for your website in order to be available online. What’s more, selecting the right option is essential. Two of the most popular options for first-time website owners are Shared Web Hosting and WordPress hosting. Shared Web Hosting is a type of low-cost web hosting, where you share server's space with other websites. In the other hand, WordPress hosting (which can be shared or not) means that the server is optimized for WordPress Websites. In this article, we will walk you through these two hosting options, and explain how to choose a plan that best suits your hosting needs. There are some Advantages and Disadvantages for both options, so if you're interested, click on Read More button and continue reading.
Update: Wed 02 Sep 2020
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