The use of the word “unlimited” is a common one in the web hosting world. These days, almost all web hosts offer at least some “unlimited” features, including disk space, bandwidth, domains, and more. Just like unlimited Internet access and unlimited mobile data plans, there are actually limits. The real difference between limited plans and unlimited plans is that the unlimited plans are undef
The scenario goes something like this. You have been using a service like wordpress.com to host your blog and have even assigned a domain name to point to that service. Now, you have moved your blog to a new host with a new domain, but you still want people who access the old domain to somehow wind up at your new site. Ideally, you want to make it as simple as modifying the DNS, but that may not be the best option. F
Anytime you host content uploaded by a third party, you run the risk of exposing your server to malicious files or even to hackers who exploit weaknesses in a user’s account. One possible way to avoid this situation is to host the third-party content on an entirely separate server. The question is: are there any downsides to this form of content hosting? The answer can be somewhat complicated. First, it is impo
Yes, that is true. We have recently found out that Google has upgraded Web Hosting Buzz from PR 6 to PR 7. PR (page rank) is a technology google uses to find out how many quality links point to a web site. We would like to thank all our clients and affiliates that have helped us gain this status. Thank you very much.
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