WordPress is one of the most popular content management systems out there today. It’s not hard to see why, it’s extremely versatile and easy to use even for novice web masters. In response to it’s popularity some hosts have started tailoring their hosting plans to specifically cater to WordPress users, here are some […]
Step-By-Step Instructions on How To Install a Godaddy SSL Certificate:
This guide will take you through the process of adding your newly-purchased SSL Certificate to your Hosting Account. We’ll also have a few tips and point out some common mistakes to avoid.
Step 1: Activate the Product
After you purchase your Certificate, […]
VPS hosting is a good middle ground between the limited capabilities of shared hosting and the expense of a dedicated server. A VPS is definitely not the ‘cheapest’ hosting solution out there, but if your traffic or bandwidth needs have grown beyond the capability of a shared server but you don’t want to […]
So What is a ‘Blog’ Anyway?
When someone found out that I was a blogger, I was asked this question: ‘what is a blog?‘. It seems like a simple question, but when I answered the friend then followed up: ‘no, no, what’s the difference between a blog and a website?’.
Now that got me thinking. […]
Shared hosting is the most inexpensive and common type of web hosting you will see. The average person or small business does not require a whole entire server to themselves, so web hosting providers will give you an allocated section of one for a monthly rental fee. The most basic shared hosting service typically gives […]
“A domain name is a completely unique name that points to an internet resource, mostly commonly a website.”
There can’t be any duplicates with domain names, so if a domain name that you want to use is already taken you will have to come up with an alternative. To access a website the DNS […]
Dedicated hosting is exactly what it sounds like: a server that you get all to yourself and that only hosts your sites and your files. The most typical (and inexpensive) type of hosting that people and businesses use is shared hosting, where your site and files reside on a server with lots and lots of […]
Before I got into running my own company I used to work for a design and development firm where we hosted all of our clients websites. By far the term that came up the most that our clients didn’t understand was bandwidth, and unfortunately this usually only came to light when they got a rather […]
This is something I recently had to do when I accidentally registered a domain in my ‘personal’ account, instead of my ‘company’ account.
Searching through Godaddy’s support forums is like a needle in the haystack, so I […]