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What is Web Hosting If you want to take part in the internet as a business, information resource, directory, or as a hobbyist wanting to share data, information and knowledge with the many people and communities on the internet, you have to contain this in a central spot on the internet. You have to own a piece of space in cyberspace.
Web hosting empowers you and anyone with a computer and internet connection to own a piece of cyberspace. In your space, you can have news, bulletins, documents, data, files (your web site) and your own post office (mail server) to accept mail, all in the context of you or your business. This is your space and to get this space you either have to own a piece of the physical internet with a network connection to the internet backbone and computer(s) operating as... Learn more
Dedicated web hosting is basically renting a whole server solely for your use (dedicated). It is much like having your own server but the biggest difference is you do not need a large initial investment to set it up. Dedicated web hosting comes in two forms. Managed and unmanaged.
Commonly, unmanaged hosting plans include hardware, operating system, web server and Internet connection. Managed plans however include the basics and pretty much everything else that the only thing you need to worry about is your web site and content.
Knowing this, you should carefully review your organization’s setup to... Learn more
the final stages of your search for a good web hosting company, a very important step is to test "the finalists". Because most web hosting companies have client support email(s) listed openly on their website, testing the quality and speed of their support is quite easy. All you have to do is send an email with one or more questions.
Let's take things step by step. First you have to find that email address. Usually you can find it in a "contact us" or "about us" section. Different email addresses result in different test results. What I mean by that is that you have to send an email to the SUPPORT team to verify the level of support, NOT the sales team.
There are different types of hosting companies: some web hosting... Learn more
Colocation: What it is, How it works Colocation - also colocated, collocated, collocation - is the placement of your own server(s) and/or your network equipment in an Internet data center (or colocation facility) along with hundreds of others servers. The Data Center is managed to provide reliable networking, power, connectivity and security services. You can access you machines by going to the facility at any time.
Colocation has several advantages for the customer
High speed connections via multiple carriers to prevent downtime
Guaranteed power supply incorporating battery UPS for short term combined with an onsite diesel generator and sub-station for extended outages
Servers can be installed and online immediately
Additional servers can be easily added as your needs... Learn more
One of the most confusing decisions someone new to web hosting will have to make is which platform their server should be on. There are a number of different choices out there but the main two are Linux and Windows web servers. There are also a lot of sources of information about hosting, but the majority of them are tainted by the author's biased personal opinion unfortunately confusing the issue. Having just put in some solid hours researching the topic I have come to the conclusion that in general it quite probably does not matter which server you use. For the majority of people it will be far more important to choose a really good web host than to worry about the server-type that they implement. ... Learn more
We have all heard of alt and title tags when it comes to Web site coding, but how many of us are using them to our advantage? Any search engine optimization guru will tell you that they are the perfect place to put your Web site’s keywords. Others will tell you they are there to help disabled folks understand what they are. What is all the fuss about them?
Alt tags are usually used with images on the Web to describe what they are about. Title tags are just like alt tags, except they are for links, not images. Now that we have the fundamentals down, we can do more into why they are useful and why you might not be using them in the best way possible.
True, they are suppose to be there to help disabled folks... Learn more