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July, 2010

  • 6 July

    How to Connect via FTP

    FTP iconFTP stands for File Transfer Protocol and is the most widely accepted method for uploading files to a web server. All web hosting companies offer FTP service, but there may be slight differences in how you connect to them. To begin, you will need an FTP client, such as …

May, 2010

  • 26 May

    Domain Auto-Renewal Pros and Cons

    Many domain registrars offer a service that will automatically bill your credit card, on or near the anniversary of your domain registration, to renew your domain. Some registrars have this feature set by default, while others require you to opt-in. At any rate, the outcome is that your domain is …

  • 10 May

    Catchall Email Addresses

    In the world of web hosting, email addresses can either be real or aliases. A real email address is connected to a mailbox on the mail server. That mailbox will hold any messages sent to the address in queue, awaiting the user to either download it or access it from …

April, 2010

  • 21 April

    Create your own social networking site

    If you hope to compete with Facebook, LinkedIn, or even MySpace, stop reading now. I am not promising anything like that, but in some cases, you might want to make a small social network for a particular student group, organization, niche market, city or town, or people with particular cultural …

  • 6 April

    Multiple domain hosting

    If you have more than one website or ever plan on expanding your web presence, multiple domain hosting is a must. As its name implies, the service lets you host multiple domains on a single account. Believe it or not, some shared hosts actually limit you to one domain. Multiple …

March, 2010

  • 25 March

    What are addon domains?

    Want to host more than one domain on a web hosting plan? Addon domains are a common feature at most web hosts that let you host one or more additional domains on your plan. Some hosts don’t allow add-on domains at all, while others may charge extra for the service. …

  • 17 March

    Go Daddy's Certified Domain service is a joke

    If you’re looking for a way to burn $2.99, Go Daddy’s new Certified Domain service is a sure way to do it. Designed for website owners looking to “ease fears” and “inspire confidence,” all the service does is give you a small seal to place on your site verifying you …

  • 11 March

    The nsupdate for dynamic DNS

    Computer users with dynamic IP addresses often have to contend with the reality that their internet identity can literally change without warning. For average Internet use, this is not a problem, but if you ever need to host something from home (even a private server that only gives you password …

February, 2010

  • 26 February

    How to redirect a web page without .htaccess

    Question: I have a shared hosting account, but my web host has disabled my ability to make .htaccess files. How can I create redirects on my site? Answer: First of all, it is a bad practice for a web hosting provider to completely disable .htaccess. You should probably consider getting …

  • 22 February

    What is CNAME?

    Question: What is CNAME? Answer: A CNAME or Canonical Name record is a type of record found in DNS that allows the user to specify an alias for a domain name. For example, you can create an alias of domain1.com with domain2.com. More typically, however, it is used to create …

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