As you may or may not know, a domain name points to an IP address. The IP address is a string of four numbers that represents the address of the physical machine that your website lives on. To make li... (continue reading)
For the most part, web hosting refers to the physical act of leasing or purchasing a webserver and bandwidth so that you can display a website on the Internet, or better put, the World Wide Web.
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If you're starting up a web presence, you'll need hosting. And you'll need to know how much hosting space you actually need. Most people are using around 2 to 4Mb for their websites, even if they are... (continue reading)
There are a lot of tech terms that you might want to know if you're interested in web hosting. Here are just a few:
ActiveX: This is used for developing automation, and for objects to be designed a... (continue reading)
If you've found a good web host, that's great. What's even better is to find a coupon so you can get your hosting even cheaper. Yes, you really can get coupons for things like web hosting. They can b... (continue reading)
If you have a website, you need to have a 404 error page. That's the page that loads up when the site can't find whatever page you were just requesting.
However, there's more to the page than that.... (continue reading)
It's no big secret that Microsoft Internet Explorer is the browser of choice, but Google is trying to wrestle control away from them by launching their own browser, called Chrome. It's going to be a... (continue reading)
Pagerank is used by search engines to show whether a page is relevant to the search terms that a person put into that search engine. The more times the words appear on a page, the higher the ranking ... (continue reading)
For those who don't know, PHP is a scripting language that's used to make websites. It's gotten even better, though, and it can now be used in graphics applications that stand alone.
It's widely us... (continue reading)
Most people don't think about the IT sector when they think about carbon emissions and going green, but they forget that huge amounts of electricity are needed to run all the technology that this wo... (continue reading)