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Domain Name FAQ

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A domain name, like www.coolexample.com, is a lot like a street address for a house or business. Let's use the White House as an example. The street address, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, is an exact location — like an IP address. You might not know the exact street address, but when you visit Washington, D.C., you can tell your cabbie that you want to visit the White House and still get there. This is how a domain name is used: It's an easy way to reach the exact location of a website without having to remember its numeric address.

A domain name consists of, at least, a top-level and a second-level domain. A top-level domain (TLD) is the part of the domain name located to the right of the dot ("."). The most common TLDs are .com, .net, and .org.

Many domains, also called extensions, can be registered by anyone, like .com, .net, and .org. A second-level domain (SLD) is the portion of the domain name that is located immediately to the left of the dot and domain name extension. For example, the SLD in coolexample.com is coolexample.

Advanced Domain Name Description: A domain name represents a physical point on the Internet — an IP address. The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) governs coordination of the links between IP addresses and domain names across the Internet. With this standardized coordination, you can find websites on the Internet by entering domain names instead of IP addresses into your Web browser.
An IP (Internet Protocol) address is a unique identifying string of numbers, like, given to every individual computer, server, and network on the Internet. Like a license plate is used to help identify vehicles, an IP address is used to identify and locate information online. Additionally, they allow for communication over the internet between devices and networks connected to the internet.
The www before your domain name is a subdomain, not part of the domain name itself. Therefore, if you set up your www CNAME record to point to your primary A record, your site will resolve both at www.coolexample.com and coolexample.com.

If you can reach your website by typing in your domain without the www but cannot reach it when you type the www, then your CNAME might be set up incorrectly. Follow the instructions below to ensure your domain name's settings are correct.
When visitors enter your domain name into a Web browser, the browser request uses your domain name to find the domain name's associated IP address and, therefore, the website. People use domain names instead of IP addresses because it is easier to remember a name rather than a series of numbers.

Your domain name and its associated IP address are stored in a common database along with every other domain and associated IP address that are accessible via the Internet.
A URL, or Uniform Resource Locator, is the address of an Internet website or webpage. Think of a URL as a street address for the location of information on the Internet. For instance, a complete URL like https://coolexample.com/music, points you to the music page of the coolexample.com website.

Take a look at the anatomy of this URL to better understand how they direct online users to specific information: https://coolexample.com/funky/music.html

http:// = protocol
coolexample = domain name
.com =TLD
/funky/music.html = path
/funky/ = directory
/music.html = file name
Nameservers are the Internet's equivalent to phone books. A nameserver maintains a directory of domain names that match certain IP addresses (computers). The information from all the nameservers across the Internet is gathered in a central registry.

Nameservers make it possible for visitors to access your website using a familiar domain name, instead of having to remember a series of numbers.
Registering a domain name does not automatically activate a website that displays when visitors enter your domain name into a Web browser. The domain name must have a hosted website that includes a numeric address, called an IP address, for visitors to access the website using your domain name.

Besides setting up a website, there are a number of things you can do with your domain name once you register it.

Sell it — Domain names can be a great investment. If you have registered a domain name that you are not using, maybe someone else can. You can set up a For Sale parked page to let visitors know that it's available — and don't forget to include your contact information. See Auctions FAQ for more information.

Protect your brand online — The more domain names you register, the better. Prevent others from registering a similar domain name to yours. These similar domain names can steal your customers or confuse them. What can you do with all these domain names? Forward them to your main domain name's website. See Manually Forwarding or Masking Your Domain Name for more information.

Hold on to it — Maybe you haven't decided what to do with your new domain name. Don't worry — there's no rush. You can leave it parked with us for the length of your registration. You can also monetize it by setting it up in a CashParking® account. See CashParking FAQ for more information.
If you're thinking about registering more than one domain name, you've got the right idea. Registering and using multiple domains names is great for building your business, protecting your brand name, and creating a dynamic online identity.

When you register multiple domain names, you can:

Keep your competition from registering a similar domain name drawing customers to them instead of you.
Promote the different products and services you offer.
Drive more traffic to your website.
Enjoy more opportunities to market to — and be listed in — search engines.
Create distinct advertising strategies reaching different target markets.
Provide customers more ways to find you when searching the Internet.
Capture common misspellings of your domain name, instead of sending visitors to an error page.
Protect your brand and online identity.
Usually, a domain name is not available for re-registration as soon as it expires. Most registrars allow a grace period that can be as short as one or two weeks or as long as a year for registrants to renew expired domain names. The actual grace period can be different for each individual registrar and domain name extension. That is, the grace period for a .com domain name might be different from the grace period for a .us domain name, even at the same registrar.

After the registrar's grace period, most domain names have a redemption period. This period can last from two weeks to 30 days, and, during this time, the current registrant can renew the domain name by paying a redemption fee along with the domain name's renewal fee.

If the current registrant does not renew or redeem the domain name, it might be auctioned. When a domain name is released to a public auction, you can participate and possibly capture the domain name by placing a bid on it.

If the domain name is not renewed, redeemed, or purchased through an auction, it is returned to its registry. The registry determines when the domain name is released again for registration. Once it's released, you can register the domain name through us.

Linux Hosting (cPanel) Help

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cPanel lets you create email addresses at the domains hosted on your account.

Log in to cPanel (Shared Hosting/Server).

In the Email section, click Accounts.

Click Create Account.

Complete the on-screen fields, and then click Create Account.

Note: Your Mailbox Quota counts toward your account's Disk Space Usage.
After adding email accounts, you can use cPanel's tools to configure your email client to access the account.

Go to https://coolexample.com/webmail, where coolexample.com is your domain name.

Log in to your email address.

Click Configure Mail Client.

Next to the mail client you want to use, click the link in the Protocols column.

Follow any instructions or run any files that download to complete the configuration.

If the mail client or device you want to use isn't listed, you can use the Manual Settings listed toward the bottom of the page.

Typical Settings If you can't access the cPanel interface to complete these steps, these are the typical settings it uses:

Username: Your email address

Password: Your email account's password

Incoming Server: mail.[your domain name]

Incoming Ports: IMAP — 143 / POP — 110

Outgoing Server: mail.[your domain name]

SMTP (Outgoing) Port: 25 (587 or 80 might also work)

Resetting cPanel Email Passwords

If you forgot the password for a cPanel email account, you must be able to log in to cPanel.

To Reset cPanel Email Passwords

Log in to cPanel (Shared Hosting/Server).

In the Email section, click Email Accounts or Accounts.

Next to the email account you want to use, click or or Change Password.

Complete the on-screen fields, and then click Change Password.

To Change cPanel Email Passwords

To change your cPanel email password you must be able to log in to your account (i.e. you know your email account's current password).

Go to http://your domain name/webmail

Log in to your cPanel webmail account.

Click Change Password.

Complete the on-screen fields, and then click Change Password.

Managing Files

You should always keep backups of your website — there's no other way to prepare for the unexpected. Indiaaccess gives you two options for backups:

Automatic Backup:

Automatic daily backups for your websites and databases

Automatic integration with your Indiaaccess hosting (minimal-to-no setup required)

Restoring your entire hosting account or individual files

Storage for your last 30 backups

Backups on demand

Database backups

Manual backups in cPanel

From the cPanel home page, in the Files area, click Backups.

In the Download a Home Directory Backup area, click Home Directory.

If you have any databases you should also download a backup of them by clicking the database's name in the Download a MySQL Database Backup area.
You can upload your website files directly through cPanel. This will publish your website live on the internet.

Preparing your files
Uploading more than one file? You can save yourself a lot of time by creating a ZIP file on your computer with all of your website files. This is because the file manager in cPanel can only upload one file at a time.

Upload your files

In your cPanel dashboard, under Files, click File Manager.

If an option window displays, select the directory you want to open, and then click Go

Note:cPanel uses public_html as the root directory of your primary domain name's website. If you want to upload your website to the internet, this is where you should start. If you want to upload a website for a secondary or add-on domain, you should first verify your website's root directory.

Navigate to the directory where you want to upload the file.

Click Choose File, locate the file on your local machine, and then click OK.

After you upload the file you want, click Back to...

Repeat these steps for any other files you want to upload.

Next Steps

Now that your website is uploaded, you can visit your website by navigating to your domain in your web browser.

If you used this guide to upload a ZIP file, you can unzip that file with the file manager.
You can create MySQL databases on your hosting account for your websites to use.

To Set Up a Database for Your Website

Log in to your cPanel account.

In the Databases section, click MySQL Database Wizard.

In the New Database field, enter a name for your database, and then click Next Step.

Note: Your database name must be unique in our system. If you get an error message stating 'The database example_name already exists,' then click Go Back, and choose a new database name.

Complete the Username, Password, and Password (Again) fields, and then click Create User.

Select the privileges to grant the user, and then click Next Step.

If you backed up or exported a database to a SQL file, you can import it into one of your hosting account's MySQL databases through phpMyAdmin.

Note: The phpMyAdmin interface only lets you import 8MB of data at one time. If you need to import more than 8MB, we recommend breaking up the file into 8MB pieces.

To Import SQL Files into MySQL Databases Using phpMyAdmin

Access your database via PHPMyAdmin (Web & Classic / cPanel / Plesk / Managed WordPress).

(cPanel only) On the left, click the database you want to use.

Go to the Import files tab.

Click Browse, locate the SQL file on your computer, click Open, and then click Go.

This runs the SQL file and updates the database as specified in your SQL file. It might take several minutes to restore the database.

Note: If you receive an error message stating "Script timeout passed, if you want to finish import, please resubmit same file and import will resume" you can immediately select the same file to import and continue the restore where it left off.

After the database restores, make sure your connection strings are up to date.
The root directory of your website is the content that loads when visitors access your domain name in a Web browser. The most obvious consequence of this is that you need to put your "index file" in your website's root directory for visitors to see your site at all.

Website-related applications might also need to know your website's root directory.

Your website's root directory depends on whether the domain name is your primary domain name or another type.

Your primary domain name's root directory is /public_html.

Secondary and subdomain names' root directories were specified when they were set up. You can find them listed in cPanel.

To Find Secondary (Addon) and Subdomains' Root Directories

Log in to your cPanel account.

In the Domains section, click either Subdomains or Addon Domains, depending on the type of domain you're using.

The root directory displays in the Document Root field.
To Configure Filezilla for FTPS Explicit

Open Filezilla.

Click Open the Site Manager.

Click New Site, and then in the My Sites section enter the domain name.

In the Host field, enter the domain name.

From the Encryption list, select Require explicit FTP over TLS.

From the Logon Type list, select Normal.

In the User field, enter your username.

In the Password field, enter your password.

Go to the Transfer Settings tab.

In the Transfer Mode section, select Passive, and then click OK.

To test the connection, click Open the Site Manager, and then select the domain name.

Click Connect, and then click OK.

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FileZilla Site Manager

FileZilla Site Manager

Windows Hosting (Plesk) Help

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Plesk lets you create email addresses at the domains hosted on your account.

Log in to Plesk (Shared Hosting/Server).

Go to Mail.

Click Create Email Address.

Type the left part of the email address before the @ sign, and, if you have several domain names on your account, select the domain name under which the email address will be created.

Leave the Mailbox checkbox selected. Clearing this checkbox makes sense only if you want to use this address as a mail forwarder, which will forward all incoming mail to another address.

Specify the mailbox size or use the default size defined by the provider's policy or your service plan.

Specify a password consisting of five or more Latin characters.

Click OK.

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FileZilla Site Manager
To set up Microsoft Office Outlook 2010.

Open Microsoft Office Outlook 2010.

Go to File > Info > Add Account.

Select the checkbox Manually configure server settings or additional server types. Click Next.

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Select the Internet Email option and click Next.

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Follow any instructions or run any files that download to complete the configuration.

Specify the following:

    Your name.

    Your email address.

    Account type. If you want to keep copies of messages on the server, select the IMAP option. If you do not want to keep any messages on the server, select the POP3 option. Selecting IMAP will also allow you to train the SpamAssassin spam filter on email messages you receive, if SpamAssassin is enabled on the server.

    Incoming mail server. Type your domain name. For example, example.com.

    Outgoing mail server (SMTP). Type your domain name. For example, example.com.

    User Name. Specify your full email address. Example: johndoe@example.com.

    Password. Most likely, this password coincides with the password you use for logging in to Plesk.

    Require logon using Secure Password Authentication (SPA). Leave this option cleared.

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Click More Settings, open the Outgoing Server tab and check My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication.

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Click Next.

Click Finish.

If you need to reset an email account through the Plesk Control Panel you can follow the steps below.

To Reset Plesk Email Passwords

Log into your Plesk Panel.

Choose the correct subscription from the drop down menu in the upper right.

Go to the Subscriptions tab and select your domain.

Go to the Mail tab then select the email account you wish to manage.

In the password and confirm password fields enter a new password.

Click OK.

Managing Files

You should always keep backups of your website — there's no other way to prepare for the unexpected.

Backup in Plesk step by step.

Log in to the Plesk Panel.

From the Domains tab, click the domain. (If the correct domain isn't listed, choose it's subscription from the drop down menu in the upper right.)

Select the Websites & Domains tab.

Select the Backup Manager in the right hand menu.

Backups on demand

Select Back Up.

Server Repository will be selected by default unless you have set up a FTP repository.

In Plesk 12, under the Backup Settings section select the radio button labeled Domain configuration and content. Leave the drop box the way it is.

In Plesk 12.5 under Backup Content->Type, select Full or Incrememental as needed. An incremental backup will only backup those files which have changed since the last backup. For this reason we recommend Full backups.

DO NOT select the Suspend domain until backup task is completed. Should the backup fail, your domain would remain suspended and inaccessible to your website viewers.

Once the backup is completed you can download it from the main backup screen by clicking on the Green Circle/Arrow icon on the right side of the backup listing.

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Upload your website files on Plesk 12.5 Panel.

Preparing your files
Uploading more than one file? You can save yourself a lot of time by creating a ZIP file on your computer with all of your website files. This is because the file manager in cPanel can only upload one file at a time.

You can upload files using one of the 2 below methods.

1. Using File Manager in Parallels Plesk Hosting Account.

Login to your Plesk Panel.

You can now see lot of icons out of them click on “File Manager” icon to open the “httpdocs” folder or Find “httpdocs” folder below the Domain Name.this is by default which is the public folder on plesk based servers.

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In the File Manager, click on the “Upload Files” option in the toolbar on top. Browse and select your website file you want to upload. For faster upload or restore of your website, we recommend that you create a compressed file in “.zip” folder of your website files and folders on your local computer and then Browse & Select to upload. This will upload your .zip file.

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Once website .zip file is uploaded and appears in the list, click on the checkbox next to it and Then find “Extract Files” and click on it. This will unzip all your website files and folders to the httpdocs folder.

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Next Steps

Now that your website is uploaded, you can visit your website by navigating to your domain in your web browser.

If you used this guide to upload a ZIP file, you can unzip that file with the file manager.
You can create MySQL databases on your hosting account for your websites to use.

In Parallels Plesk Panel, you create databases and then either create new users for it, or grant existing users access.

To Set Up a Database for Your Website

Earlier versions of Plesk required the use of database management tools to dump databases, but Plesk 12.5 allows you to back up (by exporting a database dump as an SQL file) and restore them (by importing a database dump as an SQL file) without having to leave the control panel.

To save a copy of a database:

Go to Websites & Domains > Databases > Export Dump in the database tools pane.

To save a dump in a certain directory on the Plesk server, select the directory. The home directory of the selected subscription is used by default.

To save the dump on your local computer as well as on the server, select Automatically download dump after creation.

To deploy your copy of a database in Plesk:

Go to Websites & Domains > Databases > Import Dump in the database tools pane.

To choose a dump from your local computer, select Upload and click Browse. Then select a ZIP archive with the dump file.

To choose a dump from a directory on the server, select Import and select a file of the dump.

To deploy the dump into a newly created database, select Recreate the database. The old database will be deleted and a new one, with the same name, created.

Note: Alternatively, you can back up a database as part of a subscription during the subscription backup and then restore it separately. See the Backing Up and Recovering Websites section for details.
In Parallels Plesk Panel, you create databases and then either create new users for it, or grant existing users access.

Login to your Plesk account. On the homepage, click on the “Databases” icon on the middle section of your panel or find on right hand side from the list.

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Then click on the “Add a Database” option on the page to get a form. Fill in the Database Name you desire and also create a Database Username and Password. Make sure you select MS SQL in Database Type.

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NOTE: You will need to change the Data source/Server name, Database Name, Database Username and Database Password in your web application’s Connection String as per database created on server.

Once database is created, Now you can see your newly created database in list in Database section on your screen.

In Parallels Plesk Panel, you create databases and then either create new users for it, or grant existing users access.

Backup MSSql Database

Login to your Plesk account. On the homepage, click on the “Databases” icon on the middle section of your panel or find on right hand side from the list.

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Then find “Export Dump” option and click.

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Choose the directory, enter the dump filename and Click OK.

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Your database will be exported in .ZIP Format. Once exported, you can download it.

Import MSSql Database

After Pleks Panel login then find "Import Dump” option and click.

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Now, select your .bak backup File on your local machine. Please note that it will only accept .bak file, so if you have the backup in .zip format then please extract it first then restore.

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After uploading file it will show one notification on your right side with File import status.

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You need to make sure that your database .bak backup file is a valid backup file and does not have any strongly typed database names or database usernames of your local database server.
The root directory of your website is the content that loads when visitors access your domain name in a Web browser. The most obvious consequence of this is that you need to put your "index file" in your website's root directory for visitors to see your site at all.

Website-related applications might also need to know your website's root directory.

Your website's root directory depends on whether the domain name is your primary domain name or another type.

Your primary domain name's root directory is /httpdocs

Secondary and subdomain names' root directories were specified when they were set up. You can find them listed in Plesk.

To Find Secondary (Addon) and Subdomains' Root Directories

Log in to your Plesk Panel.

In the Domains section, click either Subdomains or Addon Domains, depending on the type of domain you're using.

In the section for each domain name, the root directory displays in the Website at field. By default, the root directory is the domain name itself followed by a forward slash, e.g. subdomain.coolexample.com/
To Configure Filezilla for FTPS Explicit

Open Filezilla.

Click Open the Site Manager.

Click New Site, and then in the My Sites section enter the domain name.

In the Host field, enter the domain name.

From the Encryption list, select "Only Use Plain FTP".

From the Logon Type list, select Normal.

In the User field, enter your username.

In the Password field, enter your password.

Go to the Transfer Settings tab.

In the Transfer Mode section, select Passive, and then click OK.

To test the connection, click Open the Site Manager, and then select the domain name.

Click Connect, and then click OK.

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FileZilla Site Manager

More Frequently Asked Questions

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Small Business Email Hosting
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We provide Web hosting with unlimited emails so that you can create as many email addresses as you need. This can be great for businesses with a large number of employees or entrepreneurs managing several sites at once. While email hosting is technically separate from web hosting, both count towards used disc space on your account. Unlimited email accounts generally come on plans with unlimited domains and storage as well but not always. When a hosting plan mentions emails as a specification, it is referring to the number of email accounts that can be created, not the number of emails you can send or store. Several hosts limited the amount of emails you can send within an hour. This is done to prevent their servers from becoming blacklisted either through regular use or a bot. If you’re a small business, no need to worry as this cap is usually in the hundreds. Small businesses usually do not need access to unlimited email accounts unless they require their customers to create emails as well. Email hosting usually has a higher cap on emails than domain-hosting, frequently being unlimited.
Web hosting is a service in which individuals and organizations can keep their information in the form of a web page onto the internet. Web Hosting is a business that provides the services and technologies needed for the website or web portal to be accessed on the internet. The computers on which websites are hosted or stored are highly and specially configured and called servers. When people visit the internet and want to view any website, they need to type a website name or domain name into their browser. Their computer will then connect to the server and browsed website pages will be delivered to them through the browser.
It is always a big headache where to host my website because too many web hosting companies are providing hosting services at a very low cost. Sometimes we have not enquired about all the necessary things which need to know before hosting a website. If your business depends on the web, you should think of acquiring solid web hosting as investing in real estate on the Internet, namely, purchasing a settlement and maintenance location for one’s blog or retail website. In the role of a silent backdoor engine in charge of all performance matters, web hosting is not only a critical investment but one you simply can’t take for granted.
As your online business grows, your Web hosting needs will increase and become more complex. At the startup or beginning phase, we can host a website with free or inexpensive hosting plans. If your website is starting to feel sluggish as it continues to grow and you get more website traffic, you may need to start looking at beefing up your Web server.

It’s important to understand how types of hosting can be categorized. One way of categorizing hosting is based on how the servers are set up and the amount of access you have to those servers. Thus, the result is the following types of hosting:

Free Web Hosting

Shared Hosting

VPS Hosting

Dedicated Hosting

Cloud Hosting

Colocation Hosting

Another way to categorize types of hosting is according to the level of management the hosting company provides. Like any computer, a server needs to be maintained and upgraded. Though most hosts offer managed to host, you can find hosting companies that offer unmanaged packages. This means you’ll be doing all the maintenance and upgrading yourself, but you’ll have more flexibility. Of course, you can find packages that offer different management services, so it’s not an either/or situation.

Free Web Hosting
There’s no such thing as a free ride, and though you think you are getting free hosting with these services, this is not the case. With a free web hosting service, you are not technically creating your website, but creating one or more pages on someone else’s website. For example, WordPress allows you to create a free site or blog on their wordpress.com website. However, you’ll find that your website is a subdomain of their domain. In other words, instead of www.yourwebsite.com, the URL will be www.yourwebsite.wordpress.com. They do give you the option to drop the WordPress bit, but you have to pay for the privilege. In other words, it’s free only as long as you don’t mind having WordPress in your URL, or ads splashed across the page.

When to Use Free Web Hosting
If you’re only interested in hosting just because you want to start your blog to express your thoughts, then free web hosting is probably more than enough for your needs. There are quite a few great options available, and they make things as easy as possible. They offer all the tools you need to get your site up and running quickly, including free templates, community support, and some level of customization (not too much though).

Shared Hosting
Shared hosting is the cheapest option you can find where you get your domain. It’s generally best suited for small websites without much traffic. To understand why you need to understand how this type of hosting works.

When you sign up for a shared hosting plan, your website will be sharing space on a server with other websites. To make things more efficient and so they can offer cheap hosting options, hosting companies put multiple users on the same server. Some servers can have over 1,000 users. When you take into account that every user can have multiple sites, depending on the plan they signed up for, you’ll quickly realize that one server can have as many as 5,000 sites. A server is like a computer, but more powerful. Even so, it still has limited resources, such as RAM, CPU speed, and hard drive space. And in a shared hosting environment, those 5,000 sites are using the same limited resources.

Then there’s the traffic. For every visit, the server has to “work” to send all the data being requested by each visitor to the site. The amount of data varies based on how the site is set up, and whether that person is a first-time visitor or not. However, if you take an average of even just three visitors per day, that’s 15,000 requests, which then have to be multiplied by the number of files being downloaded. Yes, those available resources can get eaten up pretty quickly. There are also other issues to consider.

For example, one site might get massive amounts of visitors, which means it will end up hogging a large portion of the server’s resources, thereby slowing your site down. Or one site might have problematic code, which could lead to it using up 60% to 70% of the server’s RAM, leaving the other 4,999 sites to work with only 30% to 40% of the server’s resources.

So, you might find your site is running at a snail’s pace. Worse is that you won’t even be able to tell what the problem is because you don’t have access to the server to check what’s going on. Now, in all fairness, most hosting companies try to keep things running smoothly by identifying problematic sites, or those with high traffic, and either working with the owner to fix the issue or temporarily disabling the site. Unfortunately, though, these options rarely work over the long-term, and though it’s not the fault of the company, it still won’t help your website load properly and at a decent speed.

When to Use Shared Hosting
While shared hosting does have problems, that doesn’t mean it isn’t a good option. If you want a website to host a personal diary, or are a business just starting, then shared hosting is a good option until you start getting a constant stream of steady traffic. Likewise, shared hosting is also good if you want to test a website, or as a base for your website while it’s still in development. Of course, shared hosting is also a good option if you’re on a shoestring budget. Not everyone can afford a VPS or a dedicated server, and shared hosting allows businesses to expand their client bases on a global level at an affordable cost.

VPS Hosting
Virtual Private Server hosting is the next step up from shared hosting. It’s quite a popular option for website owners looking for an upgrade from traditional shared hosting because it is quite balanced from all points of view, including cost. A VPS server still requires you to share space with other users on the same physical server, but the way this is achieved is entirely different to traditional shared hosting.

With VPS hosting, what happens is that a guest machine is created for every user. So, if there are 10 users on a server, that server will be split into 10 guest machines, with each machine getting an equivalent amount of RAM, CPU speed and HDD space. If the server has 32GB of RAM and 1TB of hard drive space, for example, each user will get 3.2GB of RAM and 100GB of hard drive space.

The advantage to this is that a user cannot hog more than the amount of resources they’ve been allocated, thereby ensuring the other websites don’t suffer. So, if another user’s website hits their resource limit, their site might go down, but it won’t affect yours in any way.

Virtual private servers are also much more flexible, allowing you to configure your environment. You can’t do the same thing with traditional shared hosting because any changes you’d make to the server would change everyone else’s environment as well. However, with a VPS, you have your virtual machine, meaning that you can configure many more things without affecting anyone else, which is something developers are sure to appreciate. When to Use Traditional VPS Hosting
If you do a little research, you’ll find that some low-end VPS packages are as cheap as shared hosting, as they start at $10/month. However, a decent enough plan will set you back around $25 per month, whereas the average is $50 per month.

As you can imagine, the difference in price is based on additional services but mainly by the amount of resources you are allocated.

If your budget allows you to spend $15 or more per month on hosting, then it’s advisable to go with a VPS-based plan over traditional shared hosting.

Even on the other end of the scale, you might find that a high-end VPS plan will be a better option than a low-end dedicated server. However, we’ll discuss this a little more in the next section.

Dedicated Server Hosting
With a dedicated server hosting plan, any faulty coding or problematic websites are no one’s fault but your own because you are completely alone on the server. So, right off the bat, one benefit of dedicated hosting is that you don’t have to worry about other people’s sites hogging up your resources, just like with a VPS plan.

When you’re on a dedicated plan, quite a few providers are more than happy to let you customize the server to a certain degree. You might be able to choose how much and what type of RAM to equip the server with, as well as other hardware, and you could also decide on which operating system that server will run on. In other words, you’ll be able to make any changes you need, which could come in handy if you plan on running special software on the server.

If you server technology isn’t your thing and the aforementioned flexibility scares the life out of you, you can opt for a managed plan, but you’ll still have to do quite a few things on your own. On the other end of the spectrum, there’s unmanaged dedicated hosting, where you have to do everything yourself, including installing the operating systems and all the tools necessary for the operation of a server, security, and more. While this might seem wonderful to some, for others it can be a pain.

When to Use a Dedicated Server
So, the question is whether dedicated hosting is ever a good idea. To be honest, nowadays, with cloud VPS systems gaining ground, even a massive site wouldn’t need a dedicated server. While a dedicated server can be better than traditional VPS, it still can’t beat out cloud VPS regarding scalability.

A dedicated server is only really necessary if you have extremely specialized hardware requirements, or you need to have a massive amount of control over data privacy. When you’re on a dedicated server, you are separate from everyone else, which isn’t always a good thing but is unbeatable from a security point of view.

Cloud Hosting
Cloud hosting is similar to having a Virtual Private Server, but to understand how it works, we need to know how cloud computing works.

The difference between traditional computing and cloud computing is a bit like the difference between using your laptop on battery and plugging it in. When you’re running your laptop just off the battery, you can use it until the battery runs out of power. If your laptop usage is light, say only browsing a website or two, or using the word processor, then the battery power will last longer. If you’re playing a graphics-heavy, resource-intensive game, the power will run out faster.

Once you plug it in, though, you can use your laptop as much as you like because it’s pulling power from the main grid. So, no matter how heavy your usage is, your laptop will keep on running for as long as you want it to because it’s receiving power from a huge network. Cloud-based computing is similar in the sense that you gain access to a massive network of servers, and can use those resources based on your needs with no interruption to service. In other words, with cloud hosting, you are never going to find yourself running out of resources, regardless of how gigantic your site gets.

While a traditional Virtual Private Server can be scaled up, there is a limit. The maximum resources you can get with a VPS are the equivalent of what the server is equipped with. So, if the server has 32GB of RAM and 4TB of hard drive space, you are never going to be able to get 64GB of RAM and 6TB of space. You won’t be able to even get 33GB of RAM (yes, we know it’s not possible, but we’re just making a point) and 4.01TB of space because it doesn’t physically exist.

However, with a cloud-based VPS, you don’t have the same restrictions. It’s a bit like the reverse of a traditional VPS system. Where the latter cuts up a physical server into multiple virtual machines, cloud-based hosting takes a bunch of servers, combines them into one massive virtual machine, and then turns it into a VPS-like system but splitting up that massive virtual machine into multiple small ones.

Besides scalability, another great advantage a cloud-based hosting system has is that it is more efficient at protecting your site against DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) attacks. With a DDoS attack, a massive influx of requests is made to the server hosting the site, thereby overwhelming and crashing it, which means a DDoS attack is not a security issue in the strictest sense. This type of attack is used to bring a website down for various, often malicious, reasons.

When to Use Cloud Hosting
Cloud hosting is a great option for anyone looking for a scalable option that goes beyond traditional options.

However, it should be noted that a lot of hosts are switching their traditional VPS systems to cloud-based ones anyway because of the benefits they derive as well, including easier maintenance and less work.

So, even if you are shopping around for a regular VPS, you might still find yourself with cloud-based VPS hosting because so many companies are making the switch, with the majority imitating Google and Amazon’s cloud-based architectures.

Colocation Hosting
With colocation hosting, you buy your server, rent space in a data center’s rack and use their bandwidth. It requires you physically taking the server to the colocation provider and installing it, though some providers offer managed services and can handle the installation and maintenance. You then use the bandwidth, IP, and power is given to you by the provider. Colocation hosting is similar to having a dedicated server, except that you own the hardware. So, the advantages and disadvantages are similar, except that since it’s your server, you can do whatever you like without restriction, including upgrading the hardware.

On the flip side, if hardware fails, you will be the one responsible for the replacement, at least regarding cost.

Colocation can be more expensive than other forms of web hosting, especially once you factor in the investment in hardware. It should also be noted that the cost can fluctuate wildly as it is generally connected with the amount of data traffic. So, one month you could have a reasonable bill, while another it can be sky-high.

You might also have difficulty physically accessing the server, depending on where it is located. If something happens on Christmas day, for example, you’re probably going to take a little while to find someone to go to the server and fix the issue, whereas, with a regular web host, they’ll have a backup plan to ensure nothing goes wrong.

When to Use Colocation
If you want a simple blog or a relatively small website, then colocation is not worth the hassle. This is also true for any individual or business who doesn’t have the expertise to set up and maintain the server, despite the managed services available.

On the other hand, it is a good option for small to mid-size businesses who want to have a large web presence but don’t want to deal with the hassle of a regular web host.

Also, if you need a more robust solution than is available from a web host, colocation might be a good idea for you.
Web hosting control panel is a web-based user interface, that is accessible online and provides tools from which we can manage websites, web pages, databases, emails, and servers.

Nowadays almost every hosting company offering "Hosting Control Panels", specially it is compulsory with shared hosting plans and sometimes with VPS or Cloud Hosting. Hosting companies offering Control Panels with dedicated servers as add-on service.

There are many web and server administration tasks you will be doing from the Control Panel interface:

Account Administration

Domain Management

One-Click Installation

Email Management


Database Management

File Management



Some of these tasks might be one-time events like setting up your website and transferring all of your content files.

cPanel and Plesk are the most popular control panels which are available every with hosting service.

There are some other control panels some of them are free or available at very low cost, but the user's first choice is cPanel for Linux hosting or Plesk for windows.
A domain name is the address of a website that people type in the web browser’s URL bar to visit the website. Before you can set up a website, you will need a domain. Domain name just like an address from which people can know about your website and your information too.

Web hosting is a service in which individuals and organizations can keep their information in the form of a web page onto the internet. Web Hosting is a business that provides the services and technologies needed for the website or web portal to be accessed on the internet. The computers on which websites are hosted or stored are highly and specially configured and called servers. When people visit the internet and want to view any website, they need to type a website name or domain name into their browser. Their computer will then connect to the server and browsed website pages will be delivered to them through the browser.
Website hosting charges always attracting individuals and organisations, website hosting costs can vary, with prices starting very low and escalating all the way up to high – or even higher. The cost depends on a variety of factors, such as the type of website you have, how many monthly visitors you expect to have, and whether you need extra services such as automated backups and an email account.

Shared hosting always comes at a very low cost but this is beginner level web hosting. If you have a very low traffic website with a static page or a WordPress blog, then this is the best option.

VPS hosting is the next level from shared hosting. The major difference is that for all intents and purposes, it appears as though you’re running your own server. In actual words, your website is still one of several websites sharing a single server, but there are fewer websites sharing resources – meaning your site’s performance should be better.

Dedicated hosting always costly but you are paying for your own server. These services cost depends on how powerful your server will be. You can take managed dedicated server which cost more but not every dedicated hosting provider offers managed services.

Nowadays all big data centers offering Cloud hosting which is most robust and reliable. Cloud hosting is a bunch of more than 2 or three servers which is providing zero downtime so that it is a little costly compared to other hosting services. Cloud hosting providers offer hourly or usage-based plans which are attracting users most.
Free web hosting more or less similar to shared hosting but it has some restrictions like a number of files to upload or minimum database space or no email accounts to be created.

It is good for those who are only want to publish their website and not required time to time changes on his websites.
It is not possible to get all the required features in a single hosting plan so that finding a good hosting service can take a lot of time and money.

There are two most important features Uptime and Load Time when choosing web hosting. Customer support also one of the most important parts of best web hosting.
Shared hosting good for beginners who only want to share his personal or organisational information through the web. It is also good for bloggers and forums.

If you run a small business, getting the best web hosting is very important. Pick a second-rate provider and it will affect everything. From your site speed to your revenue.
Web hosting is a service in which individuals and organizations can keep their information in the form of a web page onto the internet. Web Hosting is a business that provides the services and technologies needed for the website or web portal to be accessed on the internet. The computers on which websites are hosted or stored are highly and specially configured and called servers. When people visit the internet and want to view any website, they need to type a website name or domain name into their browser. Their computer will then connect to the server and browsed website pages will be delivered to them through the browser.
Web Hosting Cost
Being in the startup world, you're always looking for more cost-effective ways to run your website. Web hosting cost depends on your website design and development. If it simple and plain HTML based website so you can purchase a basic web hosting plan or if it dynamic web portal which is developed in Php, Mysql or dot net andMS-SQL so you need to host your website with the advance hosting plan.

Domain Cost
Every website needs a domain name to be hosted online. You can buy a domain name from any domain registrar. The cost of a domain name varies based on the domain extension (such as .com, .org, .net), domain registrar, availability, and few other factors.

You can also buy premium domain names from someone else who has registered it before you. Domain name investors often register premium domain names that are shorter, brandable, and easy to remember for the sole purpose of reselling.
It can be difficult for business owners to obtain an accurate quote to have a website hosted because the website hosting cost depends on the project. A business website always get more traffic which can increased use of hosting resources and web hosting provider may ask you for an extra charge for extra use of a resource or they can offer to upgrade your hosting plan.

So it is always a good idea to estimate your business website hosting cost before host your website.
The cost of a domain name varies based on the domain extension (such as .com, .org, .net), domain registrar, availability, and few other factors.

The maximum period of registration time allowed for a domain name is ten years. Per year domain name cost started from $12 to $18 (INR 900 to 1200) but that depends on the domain extension.
If you are planning to launch a website, there are several basic web hosting aspects that you should be familiar with before starting the website.

There are lots of web hosting related terms and concepts to wrap your head around. As you will soon see, some of it is confusing, if not outright contradictory.

Almost every web hosting company offers Shared hosting, the cheapest form of web hosting. With shared hosting, your website shares a server and server resources with many other sites. If you want to keep your web hosting budget small, and don't expect much traffic, shared hosting is the way to go.

It is always recommended for larger businesses that expect big traffic to their sites should pick VPS or dedicated hosting, each of which offers increasingly powerful server. VPS hosting is jusat like a high powered version of shared hosting, except that far fewer websites share a server's resources, which are also a bit more segregated.

Dedicated hosting is the most expensive type of hosting places your site on a server all by itself, so it can give a server's full resource. You may end up paying $100 per month or more for a dedicated server.

"Bandwidth" or "data transfer" is also one of the most important parts of the web hosting to define the amount of data that your website serves to visitors.

Bandwidth represents the total amount of data that can be transferred at one time, while data transfer is the throughput or the actual amount of information that can be used over a given period—typically a month. Think of it like this: a web host may have a maximum of 5GB bandwidth, but depending on your hosting plan, your site may only allow 1GB of data transfers per month. Unlimited means not everything Unlimited, web hosts offering to sign up for their web hosting plans by tempting you with the promise of unlimited storage or monthly data transfers. It is generally not a completely honest deal. It does not mean that these web hosts are straight-up lying, but the "unlimited" storage or data transfers boasts nearly always have limitations that vary by company. Unlimited storage and data transfer comes with shared or WordPress plans. If your blog gets a steady stream of reasonable traffic (whatever that may mean!), you'll be in good standing. However, you shouldn't expect to upload or stream 50TB of data per day.

You should consult a web host's terms of service, or a customer service representative, to learn exactly what you can and cannot do within the scope of your plan's unlimited offering.

Almost every web hosting company offers Linux as the operating system that powers their servers. Even if you aren't familiar with Linux, you don't need to do any special work on the back end to build a website. Website builders make building sites a breeze.

If your site needs the ASP or ASP.NET scripting frameworks, you will need to run with the Windows Server operating system. Asp or Asp.net required Windows-based environment.
Good hosting is very important to any website. They are the foundation of your website, your brand and your business. Any server downtime could potentially effect and ruin everything you have developed over the years. If you are serious about your website, you need to make sure they are in good hands.

Know What Kind of Web Host You Need<
Understanding the requirement of your business can help narrow your web hosting options. If you plan to build a website that features video blogging, 24-hour live streaming and the ability for visitors to register and upload their own videos, your website would require more features and resources than someone who just uses their website as a web address or share information for his business. Websites that receive a lot of daily traffic will likely not function well on a shared server because these servers are designed to accommodate a lot of small websites that have limited demands.

Get the Right Hosting Plan
Small businesses always looking to host their website on shared hosting as a way to save money, but with the smaller price tag comes a bigger risk of slow website response times. Slow websites turn customers away. You can get a best alternate to overcome this slow website problem with Virtual Private Server (VPS). VPS is slightly more expensive, but it provides a faster, higher quality web performance and delivers better customer experience.

Web Hosting Reviews also an Important factor
When researching the reliability and reputation of web hosts refer to reputable websites. Discovering any consistent issues or persistent complaints from current or past users is very useful research through third party reviews for a web hosting company. Pay attention to how the company responds to complaints if the company responds at all. This will give you an idea of how the company deals with unhappy customers.

Bandwidth also an important factor
New websites don’t use lots of bandwidths but it is important to keep sufficient room for growth. Make sure when choosing the web hosting company doesn’t lock you into a certain amount bandwidth and then charge you additionally if your website required more bandwidth.

Don’t Get Stuck on Price
Pricing always matter in web hosting. When you are a new business owner with a limited budget, the web hosting company offering the lowest price. There are plenty of very decent, low priced web hosting companies. However, if you need something more than “decent” you are going to have to pay more for it. The cheapest price might just result in slow servers, poor customer service, constant downtime, and an association with thousands of unprofessional websites that can be cause for embarrassment for your website.

Read the Terms of Service Don't forget to read the Terms of Service. People accept the Terms of Service without bothering to read exactly what they’re signing. The Terms of Service usually includes the refund policy, data and other hosting resources usage policy which might be good to know later.

Customer Support
When you are finding a best web hosting company, always keep customer support numbers and other ways to contact customer support. Find a quick and easy way to contact them via email, online chat, or 24/7 phone support. Be sure to verify each feature before you purchase their services to see if they meet the needs of your web hosting requirement.

Backup Plan, must needed feature
Backup is the most important part of any type of web hosting. It doesn’t really matter why your website is down or why you have lost your website’s data. You need to know if the web hosting company you choose has a backup plan to help you recover just in case. You should ask your service provider for backup management if you didn't get a proper reply you know what you need to do.

You should consult a web host's terms of service, or a customer service representative, to learn exactly what you can and cannot do within the scope of your plan's unlimited offering.

Security Concern
Website and data security always a big headache for website owners. Security breaches happen and sometimes it creates a very embarrassing situation when the website got hacked or your VPS or Dedicated server compromised. It is a very dangerous situation when your customer's data not safe, Make sure your web hosting company can provide Secure Sockets Layer to safeguard your customer’s private information. This is an essential feature in providing customers with safe transactions and it should be a feature that’s provided by the web hosting company.
Website Hosting has many advantages. The web hosting service is a platform from which you can introduce and promote your business or promote yourself as an expert, blogger or adviser but the hassles of setting up that website can make you question whether the attention is worth it at all.

Advantages of the Web hosting

You have full control to manage your website content over access to the web site.

The choice of hosting plan, together with the convenience and expandability of upgrades, is yours.

You also have full control to manage a Dedicated server or VPS over the in operation surroundings - the software system and systems that run on the webserver.

You can manage webspace, resources, and performance additionally.

You are not contractually, wrongfully or forcefully sure to use a selected provider.

When you are looking for web hosting one of the first things you required to know is "Do you need Shared, VPS, or Dedicated Hosting?" There are definite pros and cons for each type of web hosting.

Shared Hosting is fine for many website owners who only want to share his company details like services or products, eventually, you may need to move to a VPS or Dedicated Server environment.

A shared server hosts hundreds of users and has access to features like databases, monthly traffic, disk space, email accounts, FTP accounts, and other add-ons granted by the hosting service provider. Shared hosting always very cost-effective and easy to maintain. Yet again, everything comes with its share of both advantages and disadvantages. If the server suffers any problem or errors, the website can run slow and maybe even shut down eventually.


It is very cheap or cost effective

Easy to handle

User friendly

Technical knowledge not required

Offers add on services


Server resources shared with other websites

Performance always a concern

Scalability issue

Resources limitations

Virtual private server (VPS) hosting

VPS hosting is an upgraded version of shared hosting. There are physical servers which are highly configured and have maximum resources. These physical servers are regularly split into various or shared VPS servers.


It is just like a dedicated server with root access

Loading speed is high and higher uptime rates

It is not much expensive than a dedicated server

It has a dedicated server resource


Shares host server resource with other VPS

Not as easy to manage as shared hosting

Always required extra maintenance

Managed VPS always costly

Dedicated server hosting

Dedicated server not required for all but it is necessary for those who need to demonstrate many more of its services on the World Wide Web. Dedicated servers are independent, and so, there is no interference. It is always required a system administrator who can manage servers or clients for sure need to take the help of web hosting companies to maintain this kind of technology.


Full control over the server

Does not share resources with any other user

Less security risk

Optimal performance

Higher load time

Excellent uptime


Too expensive compare to other types of web hosting

Technical knowledge must

The client will be responsible for everything

Cloud hosting

Hundreds of individual servers work together, so it seems like one giant server and this kind of technology called Cloud hosting. The idea of cloud hosting is that, when the need grows, the hosting company add more resources like RAM, Storage or Hardware to make a more extensive grid or cloud.


Scalability and automation in resource allocation

Robust reliability and performance

Highly secured

Very less downtime


Price can increase unpredictably for traffic or other resources

Customization is limited

Complication in management

Free web hosting

Free web hosting always attract clients who want to create a web page or small websites that they can give as a free initial site. As it is free, most of the services will be restricted. As you create a free website with a hosting firm, the company will place ads on the website to make revenue.


It is free of cost

Get free space

No restriction for global reach

Contract less (you can terminate your account at any time)


No customer support

Limited bandwidth, resource and speed

Limited space

No database or email accounts

Web hosting service has lots of pros and cons. Specially when you have a low budget for web hosting services. May be or may not be helpful for the bigger businesses and companies that have a large budget provided for the web hosting services and its features.

One of the important pros of having a good web host is that they will provide you with some additional features such as specially designed tools. Those features or tools help you create, design and maintain your website more easily. These tools are very helpful to inexperienced people because they will carefully guide you step by step through the whole process of creating your website.

If you already have some experience in creating websites. Then it shouldn’t be a problem to finish in less than an hour with the help of these tools. These tools are perfect for smaller businesses

High Security
Security is probably the most important part of a web hosting service. That is because nobody wants to host their sensitive information on a server that is not much secured. So nowadays almost every web hosting service provides a high-level security system for their clients and offers free SSL. Without high enough security people wouldn’t use a web hosting service. They will rather pay more money for less space that is more secure than a huge space that is not reliable.

Due to the advancement of technology there are really not many cons of Web hosting. There were certainly a lot more cons to the hosting services. But fortunately, the advancing technology has almost ruled them all out. However, there are still few that are worth mentioning such as the space sharing on the servers that some web hosting services do.

The sharing of space means it will give the same storage space for two or more different users. That is beneficial for both the host and the client. because the host saves money because they do not need to buy new servers and the client gets web hosting at a low cost. However, The costing problem usually occurs with smaller businesses. Because they cannot afford to pay for a server that will be dedicated to only them. The problem with sharing the same space is that some businesses can suffer from others. That is because if some business is sending out a huge amount of Spam. The other websites that are on the same server can be blocked. Away due to the Spam that is coming from that server. That can lead to the loss of visitors on the website.
There are over 4 billion people using the internet every day. If you want to attract people to your website, you need to find a good web host company to help you start your journey.

Shared hosting provides low-cost web hosting service, you share your expenses with other people on the serve and share server resources with them. On average, you will pay $2 to $5 or Rs.150 to Rs.250 per month for good shared hosting. It does your website online and also saves some money.

Easier to Use
Not even it is cheap, but you not need much knowledge to run your website. This is an excellent option if you are planning your first website. Hosting providers will maintain the server for you. If anything goes wrong you contact your web host provider and they will take care of the issue(s) for you. It requires very minimal technical skills.

You may be sharing a server resources with many people, but still you are free to customize your website any way that you like. No one is going to personalize your website for you, this is where your unique perspective comes in.

Yet, with all these excellent upsides there must always be downsides.

Cons aren’t necessarily a bad thing, they are something you need to be aware of and keep an eye on. Constant vigilance!

Hosting Your Own Website in a Shared Space
Generally, one shared server will have about 1,000 websites or more that is depend on server configuration and service provider will.

Shared Hosting is fine for many website owners who only want to share his company details like services or products, eventually, you may need to move to a VPS or Dedicated Server environment.

A shared server hosts hundreds of users and has access to features like databases, monthly traffic, disk space, email accounts, FTP accounts, and other add-ons granted by the hosting service provider. Shared hosting always very cost-effective and easy to maintain.

Fewer Resources Available
While you are sharing a server with others, all the resources available to you are being shared with everyone. That means your storage space, RAM and CPU are being shared with many people. If a lot of people are using the server and/or a large amount is being stored in the servers, latency can be an issue. You will have too much traffic going through the server. This will lead to performance issues on your website. As an example, when you have many people coming from different directions it turns into a traffic jam. Everything halts, no one is going anywhere.

Security Risks
More traffic always good for websites, but it can be also caused by hacking. Look for web hosts that provide security protocols. Web host provider that offers extra website hosting services will be beneficial to you. Look for web host providers that deliver beyond a simple shared host product. This could mean more data protection, great customer service, offering more applications, etc. This ensures more safety and less worry for you.

VPS Hosting
VPS hosting also an upgraded version of shared hosting and you are still sharing a physical server. Even so, it is with a finite amount of people and much fewer people.

VPS hosting is most useful and beneficial for growing smaller companies, or for medium-sized companies.

People who get VPS hosting consider the various benefits of it. There are some advantages of VPS hosting, including:

Hosting Your Own Website with Privacy
You may have VPS on the same physical server as a couple of other people, but you have your own storage space and separate virtual RAM and CPUs . You have your virtual server all to yourself.

To make better sense of this, you are sharing one larger server with a group of people. This server is broken up into individual virtual servers. This virtual server is dedicated to you alone.

Resources to Spare
As you have your own storage space, you don’t share resources such as CPUs and RAM with anyone else. Each VPS user on the server will get an allotted amount of server space. This means you won’t have anyone encroaching on the space you need.

Since you aren’t sharing your server with loads of people, you will have fewer issues with latency. Lower latency allows for more traffic on your website, more traffic leads to more sales of your products and/or services.

More Security
If you are not sharing your space with so many people, it becomes easier to protect your important data. Even if someone on the same server as you became compromised, your server would not be affected.

You are free to manage your website. There are no restrictions on what you can do with your website. While there are too many advantages to have, you will always have the other half of the coin (disadvantages).

VPS hosting make it possible to have the services of a dedicated server without the cost of dedicated server. However, some potential issues are inevitable with the VPS hosting.

More Expensive
VPS hosting plans are expensive compare to shared hosting, you pay anywhere between $15 to $150 per month. The more expensive plans are being used by people who need more traffic coming in and out of their website.

Need Technical Experience
If you are using a VPS hosting you will need much more experience managing it, no one is going to run it for you. You have to set up all your services and make sure you are updating the server software you are using. It is recommended to use any control panel from which you can manage your VPS easily.

On top of that, if anything goes wrong you need to fix it yourself. If you can’t, you will need to hire someone else to do it for you. You may be able to contact the web host provider for some help, but there is only so much they will aid you with for free.

You may get some support from the VPS host provider, which can be chargeable or free depends on host provider terms of service.
Hosting your own website still has some serious questions, including dynamic IP addresses, bandwidth constraints, and electricity costs, but we can walk you through how to set up a server for Windows- or Linux-based sites.

You will need the following two things to host a website.

Web hosting service provider

Domain name

Web hosting service providers offer you ready-to-use web servers to host your website. They take care of all the technical stuff and provide website owners with easy to use tools to manage their hosting.

A domain name is the address of your website that people type in the browser to visit your website. For example, wpbeginner.com will bring you to this website.

Not all websites are the same. Some are smaller and have low traffic while others are larger with more content and visitors.

A smaller website requires fewer resources. On the other hand, a larger and more popular website will need more resources to run efficiently.

Website hosting companies provide different types of hosting offers designed to address specific website needs. You know more about your website and its requirement so choose web hosting according to your website requirement.
Generally web hosting accounts mean, you have access to large computers, called servers, where you can store the files and information required to make a website or application. The servers connect to the internet to share and deliver that content to users. Although it’s possible for you to operate your server and host your website, doing so requires more expertise and patience as you work through the numerous headaches that are bound to pop up.

Most of the new hosting customers look for plans with the most features for the lowest price. The Hosting details, on the other hand, gives a better understanding of their requirements. By understanding the major components of web hosting accounts, we can make more informed decisions with our hard-earned money. We might find that marketing credits and SEO tools are more important to our online business, while professionals might place more value on the strong design a website builder can provide.

Whether we are looking for our first web hosting account or simply a new home for your existing website, one-click software installations, 24/7 customer support, compared shared, virtual, cloud, and dedicated servers, in addition to other specialized formats of web hosting, and strong uptime guarantees for shared hosting option and lesser expertise & headaches will be a plus point as they don't want to put their precious time in doing all technical things and want smooth functioning of their websites or servers or web applications.
We provide cheap & best web hosting to our customers in India and also all around the world. We understand that Small companies and individual website needs a low-cost plan, that's why we have come up with the most affordable hosting price for our customers. We are one of the best service provider in India. Choose any one of our best and affordable plans for hosting.

We provide hosting plans and dedicated servers and many more services, that include, quality, well-supported, highly performant hosting for a reasonable price, we offer the most resources, RAM, Cpu, Bandwidth, email accounts, webspace, database, etc with technical support options at the lowest cost. whether it be Domain Name Registration, Managed Services, Security, eCommerce Tools, Design (Themes, Website Builder, Professional Web Designer), you will find it cheap and affordable and you will be happy with our services.
Apache is an open-source and free web server software that powers around 40% of websites around the world. Although we call Apache a web server, it is not a physical server, but rather a software that runs on a server. Its job is to establish a connection between a server and the browsers of website visitors while delivering files back and forth between them (client-server structure). Apache is a cross-platform software and works on both Unix and Windows servers. Apache is highly customizable, as it has a module-based structure. Modules allow server administrators to turn additional functionalities on and off. Apache has modules for security, caching, URL rewriting, password authentication, and more. You can also set up your server configurations through a file called .htaccess.

An Apache web server can be an excellent choice to run your website on a stable and versatile platform. Its a Reliable, stable software with frequently updated, regular security patches and flexible due to its module-based structure. Also it is easy to configure, beginner-friendly and works out of the box with WordPress sites.
Apache Tomcat JSP is a web server and servlet container favored by a select set of developers. Very rarely you will find web hosting companies that provide JSP / Tomcat Web Hosting along with framework. We offer Apache Tomcat 8.5 which is widely used. We provide cPanel control panel with JSP/Tomcat Hosting package, which has JSP and servlet services enabled on the Apache server and cPanel also instructs the webserver to forward requests to Tomcat for processing because Tomcat engine is responsible for executing JSP and servlets.

Tomcat is not a full Application Server because it does not support the entire Java EE specifications. But if you’re looking for Tomcat Web Hosting for a Java web application that does not require all full features of Java EE then Tomcat will be an ideal choice. Using Apache Tomcat web hosting for our Java web application provides you with many benefits across a broad spectrum. Among web hosting are Security, Flexibility, Open Source, Stability, and Lightweight. When considering a suitable web hosting service to use in serving your Java web application on the Internet, Apache Tomcat Web Hosting is a definite contender.
We provide Microsoft ASP.NET hosting, ASP.NET is a server-side Web application framework designed for Web development to produce dynamic Web pages. Microsoft .NET Framework, ASP.NET provides the best possible environment for building and running dynamic applications. We offer support for ASP.NET 4.5/ 4.0/ 3.5/ 2.0 technologies including Web Services, ASP.NET Ajax, Linq and ASP.NET MVC 4/ 3 among others. Our ASP.NET hosting service can help you create efficient sites using the newest web standards including a link to social networking sites, video insertions and connection to SQL Server databases. The web application framework has emerged as the preferred option for Microsoft developers and programmers.
Most of the new hosting customers look for plans with the most features for the lowest price. The Hosting details, on the other hand, gives a better understanding of their requirements. By understanding the major components of web hosting accounts, we can make more informed decisions with our hard-earned money. We might find that marketing credits and SEO tools are more important to our online business, while professionals might place more value on the strong design a website builder can provide.

For shared hosting, its a plus point as we don't have to put our precious time in doing all technical things for our websites, servers or web applications as it is taken care of by the hosting providers.
If you are looking to start your blog, there are several different blogging platforms from which you can choose the best blogging platform, that is easy to set up, has a low learning curve, and doesn’t require any coding skills, and as your blog grows, you can change the look of your site and add more features for your growing customers/members.

WordPress.org gives you control over every aspect of your website. You can grow your blog and add extra features like forums, online stores, and paid membership. This makes WordPress the best blogging platform. Also many free themes are available for WordPress.You also get access to free plugins which are like apps for your WordPress blog that allow you to add features like contact forms, galleries, etc.WordPress is search engine friendly. You can easily create SEO friendly URLs, categories, and tags for your posts. Plus, there’re a good number of great SEO plugins for additional features.
Ecommerce or electronic commerce is the platform that gives them the freedom to easily choose our required products from the digital shops rather than to have a deal with the inconveniences of traffic jams, densely packed crowds and extreme heat or cold atmosphere. We can search for specific products and get them delivered at home.

As a result, eCommerce websites differ from other websites a little. They require certain additional features and functionalities to build a sustainable infrastructure for their business. The extra features usually include database support, payment processing services, shopping cart software and security initiatives. The hosting which can cater to such demands and specializes in these websites is known as eCommerce hosting. When you’re looking for the perfect eCommerce hosting provider, it’s best to choose based on the factors you value most like extensive research into the features, uptime, support, and pricing of the providers.
The web address is nothing, but it is a website or domain name and web address hosting means website hosting.
Web hosting administration is the most important part for a web host company, or we can say that there is no concept of a web host company without a web host administrator.

They are web hosting administrators who manage and maintain the websites and servers on which those websites are hosted.

The administrator has responsibility for server security, website security, data or content, and database security, services maintenance, etc.

We all love free stuff. Free web hosting is the type of web hosting, and people who are only wanted to host informative websites or blogs always looking for free web hosting. But free web host provider keeps their ads on hosted websites which they host free. Some free hosting provider offers free web hosting without ads but includes their branding in the footer of your website.
A static website means a website that contains web pages with fixed content. The content of the page is in HTML, and all users see the same thing.

For example, you can use this type of website if your contents are fixed and not required periodic changes.
Static Websites or Web pages are built using simple languages such as HTML, CSS or JavaScript. Web page contents are returned by the server with no change, therefore, static websites are fast. Static web hosting not required any database interaction or in a simple language, not a required database. Static web hosting not much costly as the host need not support server-side processing with different languages.

Dynamic Websites, Web pages are returned by the server which are processed during runtime means they are not prebuilt web pages but they are built during runtime according to the user’s demand with the help of server-side scripting languages such as PHP, Node.js, ASP.NET and many more supported by the server. So, they are slower than static websites but updates and interaction with databases are possible.

Dynamic Websites are used over Static Websites as updates can be done very easily as compared to static websites (Where altering in every page is required) but in Dynamic Websites, it is possible to do a common change once and it will reflect in all the web pages.
Internet Information Services is the actual meaning of IIS, which is the most popular web server of Microsoft. It is a closed software product and supported solely by Microsoft.

IIS supported all standard HTML web pages and dynamic web pages, such as ASP.NET applications and PHP pages. When a visitor accesses a page on a static website, IIS simply sends the HTML and associated images to the user’s browser. When a page on a dynamic website is accessed, IIS runs any applications and processes any scripts contained in the page, then sends the resulting data to the user’s browser.

While IIS includes all the features necessary to host a static or dynamic website, it also supports extensions (or “modules”) that add extra functionality to the server. For example, the Win Cache Extension enables PHP scripts to run faster by caching PHP processes. The URL Rewrite module allows webmasters to publish pages with friendly URLs that are easier for visitors to type and remember. A streaming extension can be installed to provide streaming media to website visitors.

IIS is also popular to host commercial websites since it offers many advanced features and is supported by Microsoft. However, it also requires a commercial license and the pricing increases depending on the number of users.
JSP means Java Server Page, Java hosting is a service which gives a hosting platform to host your java based website or web applications. JSP technology allows software developers to create dynamically generated web sites (similar to PHP or ASP), with HTML, XML, or other document types, in response to a Web client request. JSP technology allows Java code and certain pre-defined actions to be embedded into static content.

A JSP Page may be separated into the following points:

Static data like HTML contents

JSP directives such as the include directive

JSP scripting elements and variables

JSP actions

Custom tags with correct library
Java web hosting is a Java platform specific service. It uses Java or related applications that can run and scale any java application. This hosting option offers advanced server technologies like, JSP, Servlets, XML, and EJB. It also allows developers to install and configure just about any standard java application without any problem.

Java is platform independent, it can work on almost any platform without any problem. Be it Windows or Linux, Java would give you the same result irrespective of the choice of operating system. Not every language offers that innovative feature. Thus Java is portable. This feature of Java sets it apart from others and no technology can compete with Java in this manner.
PHP is a server-side scripting language. This programming language specially designed and use for the creation of dynamic web pages and offers web developers a huge range of tools. With its ability to embed into an HTML code and ease of connecting to a MySQL database, PHP has become one of the most widely used programming languages and a basis for many open source applications such as eCommerce portals, WordPress, Joomla, Moodle, etc.
Node.js is a server-side Javascript application. It is an excellent and extraordinary run-time environment for creating scalable web servers and capable of handling a large number of requests. Node.js hosting poses many advantages for JavaScript developers. NodeJs hosting available in India also and it is not much costly. Indiaaccess web hosting also offers Node Js hosting plans for existing and new customers.
ReactJS is an open-source JavaScript library that is used for building user interfaces specifically for single page applications. It is mostly used for handling the view layer for web and mobile apps. React also allows us to create reusable UI components. The architecture of React JS is based on components hence it enhances the flexibility of development tremendously which in turn makes the complex job easy to manage.
AJAX or Asynchronous Javascript and XML is a bunch of techniques used in web development which allows a web page to communicate with a server without reloading the page. AJAX applications can exchange data with the server without interfering with the existing web page. Although the “X” is intended to stand for XML, it is not necessary to use XML for the exchange of data. JSON can be used instead.
There are too many popular hosting companies in the world that are providing hosting and domain registration services worldwide. They offer a wide range of services including domain name registration, hosting, website builder, SSL certificate, emails, and more. But still, people are looking for an alternative to those companies. As a business owner, you should always look at all your options. If you have an alternative that is cheaper and better in terms of features and provide customized services then you should make an informed decision.

Indiaaccess also one of the best domain and hosting service providers. At Indiaaccess you can get customize hosting plans which may suit your website requirement. Indiaaccess also offering offshore Dedicated and VPS servers.
A web alias brings in more content in seconds and lets you transform your site. The page loads on your screen when you type a website name into your web browser (Google Chrome, Internet Explorer or Firefox). When you use an alias, the page will load but will include the content from a second site. Instead of redirecting your traffic to that second site and skipping over your page, visitors will remain on your page but see content from another site. Many website owners use aliases as a way to increase readership of multiple sites.
Domain Alias
The availability of the website from another domain name is known as domain aliases. For example, you have the main domain xyz.com and you want the domains abc.com and abc.org to show the same contents as on xyz.com. Even in the web browser the abc.com and abc.org should show like the xyz.com, then you need to use the domain alias option in the cPanel or Plesk. This will allow the browsing of websites abc.com and abc.org the same as the main domain zyz.com.

Domain Redirect
Domain redirect allows you to make one domain redirect to another domain, either for a website or a specific web page. The Redirect option in the cPanel or Plesk will enable you to make the domain name redirect/forward to another domain of website or a custom URL. For example, you create a redirect so that domain.net redirects the user to domain.com. Here, once redirected the address bar will show the main domain ie domain.com and not domain.net.
In today’s digital time, data plays an important and vital role in every sphere – be it personal or professional. Every organization needs data to comprehend, study market trends, analyze their competitors, and do much more. That is why businesses must get their hands on available data so that they can ensure their sustainability and manage operations smartly. Nowadays Google is one most popular and playing a key role in Analytics.

Almost every know and popular web host company offering Analytics tools in their hosting plans. Analytics tool with web hosting attracting customers and providing the feature to improve their website listing in search engines.
Web hosting with a Free SSL certificate is an important feature in web hosting plans. SSL certificate is necessary almost for all types of websites. Every website owner wants to secure its website from malware and hackers. eCommerce websites compulsory required SSL to ensure security for their customer's confidential details.

SSL stands for Secure Socket Layer, it is an application layer protocol that provides security for confidential information over the internet. SSL protocol loops under the other protocols such as HTTP, FTP, SMTP, NNTP, and TCP/IP. You can access SSL through the HTTPS access method.

These days, having an HTTPS-enabled website is a ranking factor for search engines. Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, etc web browsers will soon mark all non-HTTPS sites as "Not Secure." As a result, failing to implement an SSL certificate can drastically decrease your site’s traffic and visitor trust.
SSL certificate pricing depends on the type of SSL and your requirements. If you have a single domain name or website and want an SSL certificate for the only website so it may available at low cost and if you have subdomains under your main domain and want website alias also accessible only over https so you may require Wild Card SSL which more costly.
NodeSSH is used to access Linux based servers or VPS. Every web hosting company provides root access to dedicated servers and VPS over SSH. SSH is the most secure and reliable application that has replaced Telnet, Rlogin, etc, which were less secure.
SSD is a flash memory-based device, which is increasingly gaining popularity owing to its low energy consumption, high performance, and durability. SSD hosting is based on Solid State Drive which is the fastest hard drive compare to normal SATA hard drive and that allows super-fast data access. It is perfect and recommended for business websites and e-commerce websites. With business web hosting, your website's performance will be multiple times faster. It is faster than shared hosting and optimized for high traffic websites.
Windows is a series of operating systems developed by Microsoft. Each version of Windows includes a graphical user interface, with a desktop that allows users to view files and folders in windows. For the past two decades, Windows has been the most widely used operating system for personal computers PCs.
Windows Server is a brand name for a group of server operating systems released by Microsoft. It includes all Windows operating systems that are branded "Windows Server", but not any other Microsoft product.
Windows Server is a group of operating systems designed by Microsoft that supports enterprise-level management, data storage, applications, and communications. Previous versions of Windows Server have focused on stability, security, networking, and various improvements to the file system.
Windows hosting is website hosting that uses a Windows operating system. Because the most common web hosting plan options operate on Linux, you can usually assume that anytime a web hosting company doesn't specify a plan is Windows hosting, it's Linux hosting.
cPanel cannot be installed on the Windows operating system. To install cPanel, you'll require machine with Linux operating system.
An upgrade moves your PC from a previous version of Windows—such as Windows 7 or Windows 8.1—to Windows 10. An upgrade can take place on your existing device, though Microsoft recommends using Windows 10 on a new PC to take advantage of the latest features and security improvements.
All versions of Microsoft Windows do not come pre-installed with a virus protection program. This includes: Microsoft Windows 7 and Windows 10.
Close all programs running on the computer and try again. If after closing all programs running on the computer you are still encountering the same issue when attempting to delete files, load the computer into Safe Mode and delete the files.
Double click the recycle bin icon on your desktop, here you will see all of the files within your bin. Select the files you wish to recover, right click and choose restore.
If you're looking for Windows 10 Home, or even Windows 10 Pro, it's possible to get Windows 10 for free onto your PC. If you already have a Windows 7, 8 or 8.1 a software/product key, you can upgrade to Windows 10 for free. You activate it by using the key from one of those older OSes.
A computer virus is a software program that has been intentionally created to cause a user grief, spread to other computers, or destroy data on an individual's computer. To help prevent a computer from becoming infected by a virus, software developers have developed anti virus programs that stay active on the computer helping to protect it. It is important to realize that many computers do not come pre-loaded with these already installed and that if computers do come with these programs, the programs may expire within 90 days.
Windows 10 Now Requires 12-16 GB More Storage. Microsoft has raised Windows 10's minimum storage requirement to 32 GB. Previously, it was either 16 GB or 20 GB. This change affects Windows 10's upcoming May 2019 Update, also known as version 1903 or 19H1.
Plesk is an innovative and user friendly control panel focused on web security. Firewall, DDOS & Malware Protection, SSL. Plesk is a commercial web hosting and server data center automation software with a control panel developed for Linux and Windows-based retail hosting service providers.
1. Use RDP to login to the server. 2. Download Plesk Installer. 3. Pull up the Windows command prompt and switch the working directory to wherever you saved the installer binary to, then run this command 4. plesk-installer.exe --select-product-id=panel --select-release-latest --installation-type=recommended.
Both are useful and must be selected based on user's application. Plesk is a better option if you're looking to stay with a similar control panel when using multiple servers. The control panel of Plesk has separate licenses for 10-30 websites, and it works out to be cheaper if you have fewer sites. But if you have a large number of sites, then cPanel can be a more affordable option.
web service is a part of software that is obtainable over internet. It utilizes standard eXtensible Markup Language (XML) messaging system. An XML system is used to convert all communication to a web service.
The key Web services security requirements are authentication, authorization, data protection, and nonrepudiation. Such features requires Secure Socket Layer (SSL) certificates.This level of security can be only achieved from Entrust Secure Transaction Platform. Web services need this level of security to ensure reliable transactions and secure confidential information .
The different components of web services are as follows: SOAP- Simple Object Access Protocol UDDI- Universal Description, Discovery, and Integration WSDL- Web Service Description Language RDF- Resource Description Framework XML- Extensible Markup Language
Web service composition is the mechanism for combining and reusing existing Web services to create new Web services. ... The description framework provides the languages required to describe the Web services in both the business model and the composition framework.
It is a computer that is actually a doorway between a local network (such as all computers in one organization or in a building) and a larger-scale system such as the Internet. Proxy servers offer increased security and performance. In most of the cases, they monitor employees using outside resources.
To add the application using the Software Installer. ZAP text file can be used rather than the windows installer.
Linux is a Unix-like, open source and community-developed operating system for computers, servers, mainframes, mobile devices and embedded devices. It is supported on almost every major computer platform including x86, ARM and SPARC, making it one of the most widely supported operating systems. Every version of the Linux operating system manages hardware resources, launches and handles applications, and provides some form of user interface.
A Linux server is a server built on the Linux open-source operating system. It offers businesses a low-cost option for delivering content, apps and services to their clients.
Linux is an open source software server, which makes it cheaper and easier to use than a Windows server. Windows is a Microsoft product designed to make Microsoft a profit which is not open source. A Windows server generally offers more range and more support than Linux servers.
In simple word, web hosting on a Linux-based server allowing developers to create their site within the Linux Operating System”. is called linux hosting. A Linux server allows web developers to use popular and powerful open-source programs like PHP, MySQL, PostgreSQL, Python, Ruby, SSH and many more to build their site.
Shared hosting is a kind of web hosting where a single physical server hosts multiple sites. Many users may utilize the resources on a single server, which keeps the costs low. Since shared hosting is sufficient for low traffic sites, high volume sites should look to VPS or dedicated hosting solutions instead.
Linux is used both to run parts of the Internet, as well as to run small and large networks in co-operations, offices and homes. Since Linux is open source, stable, secure and robust, it's perfect for storing huge databases of information.
cPanel is one of the most popular Linux-based web hosting control panels, displaying key metrics about your server's performance and allowing you to access a range of modules including Files, Preferences, Databases, Web Applications, Domains, Metrics, Security, Software, Advanced and Email modules.
Virtual hosting, also known as shared hosting, involves operating your site on a server that hosts multiple sites. In other words, your site is sharing the processing power, bandwidth and memory along with other sites on that particular server. This form of Web hosting is sufficient for the vast majority of websites. It's also a reliable and inexpensive solution for sites that do not need the power of a dedicated server.
Flash is a client-side program, which means it runs on the user's computer, not on your Web host's server. As long as the user has the correct browser plugin installed, it will run on the computer.
There are a number of ways to measure website popularity. You'll hear a lot about these terms: 1. Hits: The number of elements retrieved from your site. If one page has five images in it, viewing that page once adds 6 hits (one page + five images). 2. Impressions: The number of times all the pages on your site are seen (also called page views). Impressions are sometimes referred to as "hits," which can cause confusion. 3. Unique Visitors: The number of people who have visited your site. In other words, if I visit your website, look at two pages with five images each, then your stats increase by one unique, two page views and 12 hits. Tracking can be done either on the server-side or remotely. With server-side statistics, log files are used to generate visitor information.
These are programming languages used to build dynamic websites. PHP is a widely-used general-purpose scripting language that is especially suited for Web development and can be embedded into HTML. ASP are other examples of scripting languages. Each has its own benefits and drawbacks. Do some research on the Web to select the one that best fits your needs.
MySQL and MS SQL are relational databases. You can use a database to organize your data and create dynamic websites.
No. As long as the domain is registered in your name, you can simply update your name servers to point to your new host.
Domain parking lets you buy a domain and place a "coming soon" graphic on it. This is not needed. If a domain is not parked, it will be accessible to no one. Most domain registrars provide domain parking by default.
PayPal is a service that lets anyone with an email address to send money to anyone else with an email address. PayPal requires each user to sign up and enter credit card information. Once registration is completed, your email address is all you need to send and receive money. PayPal is owned by eBay.
First of all, most ISPs do not let you use your Internet connection for Web hosting. Doing so may result in the termination of your account. Second, Web hosting is not without its headaches. You must make sure your system is secure so that no one can hack into it. Your computer must be on 24 hours a day, seven days a week. You alone will be responsible for keeping it up to date. Third, think of performance. Most Web hosts use powerful servers with a lot of RAM and high performance hard drives. Furthermore, they have multiple Internet connections and speeds far greater than what residential DSL or cable service can provide. Lastly, there are support issues. If something goes wrong, it will be your job to fix it. You will not have a professional to correct the problem.
For most users, a dedicated IP is not required. But one can make it easier to set up anonymous FTP access or operate a website using SSL
Many web hosting companies offer a free domain name when you purchase a hosting plan. Unfortunately, these are usually only free for the first year. After that, you have to renew at a fee set by the hosting company — usually several dollars a year more expensive than if you were to pay for it separately directly from a domain name registrar.
The domain name system isn't owned by any one entity. It is, however, managed by the Internet Co-orporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICAAN), a non-profit organization.
Usually, yes. The question is whether you want to. If you are launching a more-or-less basic site which will have limited traffic — such as a personal blog, a homepage for a small offline business, or a website for local non-profit organization — then shared hosting is a great way to go. It will provide all the hosting power you need for up to several hundred visitors a day, for a reasonably low cost.
Cloud hosting is a type of web hosting where a Virtualized server (similar to those available in VPS hosting) is run on top of a variable pool of computing resources (a "cloud"). This allows you, the customer, to scale up your available computing power as needed. Many (but not all) VPS hosting plans are actually cloud hosting plans, whether or not they are advertised that way.
That depends on what you are trying to accomplish. If you are setting up a personal blog, or a website for a small non-technical business or local non-profit, you may be able to do everything you need on a shared hosting plan. If you anticipate high traffic numbers, and you need to be able to scale your website's capabilities quickly, then you might benefit from a cloud hosting plan.
Cloud is basically a way of doing thing rather than particular thing. There are many different "clouds," run by many different web infrastructure companies. You can even set up your own cloud on your own server. If you need cloud-based hosting for your web site or web application, use our hosting features tool to compare different cloud hosting providers.
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Yes, but you will need a Dedicate IP address. You can find all the component on our following website.
HTTPS is the protocol used when communicating with a website over SSL.
That depends on your own needs and preferences. We recommend that you do not get hosting unless it has 24/7 phone support like we provide you. 99% of the time, nothing goes wrong. But when something does go wrong, it will always be at the most inconvenient time. It is best to have phone support which is available to you anytime.
Podcasting is the publishing of serialized audio content. In essence — it is blogging in audio.
The decision about what operating system to use on a server depends entirely on what you are planning to use the server to do. For most use cases, one or another Linux distribution will usually be best.
With a dedicated server plan, you are renting an entire server. This is usually the most expensive type of hosting plan. A dedicated IP just means that you have your own IP address.
You can clean your temporary internet files (cache/sessions/cookies) by pressing CTRL + F5 simultaneously in your web browser. If using the keyboard shortcut for temporary internet files removal doesn't resolve your problem, you can flush the DNS of your computer by executing the following commands depending on your OS: For Windows 98/NT/2000/XP: Go to "Start" -> "Run" -> type "cmd" -> press "Enter" -> type "ipconfig /flushdns". The result should be: Windows IP Configuration Successfully Flushed DNS Resolver Cache. For Windows 7/Vista: Go to "Start" -> "All Programs" -> "Accessories" -> "Command Prompt" -> type "ipconfig /flushdns" The result should be: Windows IP Configuration Successfully Flushed DNS Resolver Cache. For Linux: If the Name Service Cache Daemon is running then you will need to open "Terminal" and execute the following command: /etc/init.d/nscd restart For Mac OS: Open "Terminal" and execute the following command: lookupd –flushcache If you are using Leopard then run this command: dscacheutil -flushcache
Steps to Host a Website: Step 1: Decide What Type of Website You Want. Step 2: Choose Your Hosting Server. Step 3: Select Your following Web Hosting Plan with which you wish to acquire. Step 4: Change Your DNS Address. Step 5: Upload Your Website.
Before you begin your comparison journey, you have to decide what type of web hosting will fit your needs as a webmaster. Your basic choices are shared, reseller, VPS, and dedicated hosting. If you are just starting out online and you don't have a lot of websites, then you may want to begin comparing cheap shared hosting plans. If you want more freedom over your hosting account, then you may want to choose a more powerful VPS hosting plan instead. Finally, if you're extremely serious about being successful online and you want the best of the best, then you should being comparing dedicated hosting plans.
A services page and/or products page are always very likely to be included. For transparency Google likes to see an ABOUT page, offering background information on the business owner or company itself. Include a contact page with company information and contact details, to make it quick and easy for users to make contact with you. An FAQ page can often help an audience and provide search engine content like the one you are reading.
Free web hosting is simply that, its web server space provided to you at no cost. This usually has some form of mandatory advertising attached. Since the hosting is free, the features offered are limited compared with those of paid hosting.
With free hosting, you pay no cost. It's a perfect solution for a personal web site. If you aren't going to make money from your web site, free hosting is the perfect solution.
Yes, you can. This is a software that allows Internet users to access the web files on your computer. Your Internet service provider supports you running websites on your home computer.
Yes, you can. The website templates included in the Web Hosting packages offer an inexpensive way to establish an Internet presence quickly. Our Website Builder Tool comes with a large variety of website design templates which can be easily customized to reflect your company's image and purpose.
For most users, Web Hosting meets their needs with ample storage, bandwidth, email addresses and with no system administration skills required. VPS Hosting is a good option for more advanced users who are tech-savvy and want greater control and flexibility of their hosting environment. Like having your own dedicated server, VPS allows you to install applications and gain direct access to the underlying operating system, but at a fraction of the price of dedicated hosting.
A compute cycle relates to CPU usage. This is an important metric to consider as many shared hosting companies unlike us will offer unlimited bandwidth and massive storage while limiting how much CPU processing time your sites use.
A Virtual Private Server also known as VPS is a type of web server, with its own copy of OS (operating system) and assigned server resources, within a larger and highly secured server.
Web hosting service includes resources for your website like disk space, bandwidth, database and email account.
100: OK to continue 101: server has changed protocols 200: request completed successfully 201: object created, reason = new URI 202: request completed asynchronously (TBS) 203: request processed incompletely 204: no info to return 205: request completed, but form empty 206: incomplete GET request 300: server cannot determine return code 301: object permanently moved 302: document temporarily moved 303: redirection with new access method 304: if-modified-since field was not modified 305: redirection to proxy, location header specifies proxy to use 307: HTTP/1.1: 400: syntax error in document path 401: access denied 402: payment required 403: request forbidden by server 404: object not found 405: method is not allowed 406: request not accepted by server 407: proxy authentication required 408: server timed out waiting for request 409: user should resubmit with more info 410: the resource is no longer available 411: the server refused to accept the request without a length 412: precondition given in request failed 413: request entity was too large 414: request URI too long 415: unsupported media type 500: internal server error 501: request not supported 502: error response received from gateway 503: service not available 504: timeout waiting for gateway 505: HTTP version not supported
Domain parking lets you cheaply reserve a domain name for future use and display an "under construction" default page on it. You can register a domain and not park it anywhere but then your site will simply be inaccessible until you get a web host. Some registrar let you park your domain for free.
A datacenter is building, or part of a building, which offers a professional environment for running computer servers. A datacenter will generally have high speed connections to the Internet and other networks, as well as good security to protect against natural hazards, such as fire, and other hazards, such as intruders and hackers.
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