Apache is an extremely popular web server that is among the oldest web servers around. And we use it at HostName for several reasons. However, not many people are familiar with its ins and outs, so today we prepared this information pack to answer all your queries and more, such as what are web servers. It’s a lot to cover, so let’s get started.
If you want to build amazing webpages that engage your visitors and keep them on your website for more than fifteen seconds, you’ll need to use HTML and CSS. In this beginner’s guide, we’ll walk you through everything you need to know.
Information sent over the Internet is prone to threats from hackers and cyber criminals. Secure File Transfer Protocol or SFTP helps to stop that from happening. Actually, SFTP is the premier protocol for the transfer of large files over the Internet today. Why? Because it is the only one that protects against attacks at any stage in the data transfer process.
It’s important to have a unique domain name that captures the essence of your brand. But sometimes finding the perfect domain name can quickly become a nightmare if you don’t pay keen attention to whom you registered with. To help you choose wisely, Hostname has compiled some helpful tips to guide you through the domain name registration and transfer process.
An email is one the main way that businesses communicate with employees, stakeholder and customers. This is why almost everyone from students to grandparents has a webmail address. A webmail is oftentimes free accounts for emails from a website.
Your web hosting plays the biggest role in the security of your WordPress website. A reliable web host will be familiar with the most common threats to WordPress websites and will take steps to protect your website from at least these threats.
The internet is a much more dangerous place than it used to be. With hackers and identity thieves lurking around every corner, we can’t be too careful when we’re choosing web hosting. And nowadays, it’s not only big businesses that have to worry about cyberattacks, either. Sometimes, hackers launch mass attacks that your small business website gets swept up in, or they exploit a vulnerability of your website, just so they can break into a bigger website.
Every business needs a website. And every website needs web hosting. It’s easy to get caught up in the more exciting aspects of creating a website – branding, design, copy – and forget to give much thought to where you’re going to store it. But, as many unhappy website owners will tell you, that would be a mistake.
Your business needs a website, which means it also needs web hosting. And as a business owner, you like making sure that if you’re going to be spending your money, you’ll be getting great value in return. The problem is that web hosting is new territory, and you probably don’t know enough about it to make an educated decision. We understand. It can be pretty overwhelming to wade through all this new information at once.
You may have heard about or told you need to get SSL Certificates for your website. That may have led to questions about what it is and if it’s really that big of a deal. It is actually a big deal and so we’ve compiled seven reasons why you need SSL Certificates. But before we jump into that, here is a summary of the who, what, when, where, why and how of SSL Certificates.