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Web Hosts Can’t Handle Holiday Donations to Non-Profits

If you’re a web host for a nonprofit organization, the holiday season might be one of the busiest for you in terms of donations. Depending on how a website is designed, it can either be a breeze for consumers to make donations or a complete nightmare that results in them taking their donation elsewhere. Educate […]

Clickjacking: What is it and How You Can Protect Yourself?

Lately, there has been a lot on the news about this type of computer attack called “click-jacking” where, through the use of web pages, hackers are cheating people out of millions of dollars by setting them up with fraudulent purchases as well as data mining their personal information, such as credit card numbers. Unfortunately, this […]

Common Web Hosting Terms And What They Mean

If you’re new to the world of web hosting, you may find yourself swamped with endless lists of terminology that sound like Greek to your fresh ears. Website hosting, like any other tech industry, comes with its own unique retinue of words, many of which aren’t necessarily self-explanatory. However, that doesn’t mean most of them […]

Domain Names – Do You Still Need One

In the early days of the World Wide Web, the untouched land of domain names led to the last great gold rush.  Everyone wanted word.com, and when those went away, commonphrase.com was the next big thing.  Now, with tens of millions of domain names in existence, and harvesting companies snatching up everything that might resemble […]

Understanding the Difference Between a Primary and Secondary DNS Server

DNS stands for domain name system, the largest database in the world, containing all registration information pertaining to every domain name in existence. A DNS server, also commonly referred to as a name server, is simply a web server that is equipped with software that allows it to connect and or interact with this database […]

Are you Ready to Move to Multiple Domain Hosting?

If you are a webmaster, you must be aware of shared hosting plans which are the least expensive method of hosting your site. Web hosting providers offer this service because you are only using a small amount of disc space and bandwidth shared with others. One issue with shared hosting is they typically only allow […]

The Difference Between Private and Business Domain Registrations

Registering a domain is the first step in building and managing a web site, and it plays a pivotal role in the site’s success. Some mistakes made during registration cannot be fixed, so it is important to make sure you get everything right the first time. For example, if you change your mind about the […]

Hybrid Servers: Helping the Environment One Byte at a Time

Internet solutions provider, Future Hosting, recently announced the addition of hybrid servers to the Washington, D.C. and Chicago areas in an attempt to further expand the company’s global environmental footprint. Future Hosting provides online solutions to international enterprise systems. They have also developed the Future Engineer product. Hybrid Servers A hybrid server is a high-end […]

Closer Look at the FreeHostia Control Panel

Some web hosting providers choose to use commercial control panels such as cPanel and Plesk, while others elect to build their own custom software in-house. FreeHostia is a hosting provider that takes the latter route, utilizing its own solution for managing servers and websites. This software is similar to popular control panels such as cPanel […]

How to Incorporate a Domain into Your Blogger Account

Blogger is one of the most popular blogging applications in the world.  However, this platform was not always optimized to help you create the best identity and presence in the Blogosphere.  For instance, in past times, every Blogger URL looked a lot like “myblog.blogger.com”, which is fine for some, yet very restricting to others.  This […]

How to Select the Approprite Load Balancing Technology

Load balancing is a hot topic in the web hosting industry as the technology is being increasingly used in server farms and shared hosting environments.  Its purpose is to fine tune computer systems and networks in a manner that better evenly distributes data and processing across available resources to prevent a single device from being […]

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