A domain name (often simply called a domain) is an easy-to-remember name that’s associated with a physical IP address on the Internet. It’s the unique name that appears after the @ sign in email addresses, and after www. in web addresses. For instance, the domain name example.com might translate to the physical address 198.102.434.8. Other examples of domain names are google.com and wikipedia.org. Using a domain name to identify a location on the Internet rather than the numeric IP address makes it much easier to remember and type web addresses.
Anyone can purchase a domain name. You just go to a domain host or registrar, find a name no one else is using, and pay a small annual fee to own it.
Reseller hosting is a form of web hosting wherein the account owner has the ability to use his or her allotted hard drive space and bandwidth to host websites on behalf of third parties. The reseller purchases the host's services wholesale and then sells them to customers, possibly for a profit.
First, let’s define what VPS actually stands for — virtual private server.
A server is a powerful computer that stores all of the data and files that make up your website. When someone types your domain name into their web browser, that powerful computer “serves up” your website to the searcher’s screen.
Now for the virtual aspect: VPS uses virtualization technology to split that one powerful server we just talked about into multiple virtual servers. Think of it this way: it’s one piece of physical hardware that functions like several separate servers.
The word private means just what it implies. Your virtual server is reserved for you, so you won’t have to share RAM, CPU, or any data with other users.
If your website is growing and beginning to attract some well-deserved attention, you’ll want its performance to keep pace. And that means it’s time to increase your site’s resources by upgrading to a VPS server.
While VPS hosting is more expensive than a shared plan, the benefits of this kind of hosting solution give you a lot of bang for your buck – without having to spring for a much-pricier dedicated hosting plan.
Shared hosting is a system under which a single server hosts multiple websites.
Not every website needs to use an entire server and its resources. Many websites are small in size with only a few pages and posts and require just a fraction of an entire server’s resources. Thus, investing in an individual server is not only expensive but a waste of resources.
Of Course! We offer a wide variety of web design services. Most of our clients are pre-existing service businesses looking to have a website designed, maintained, and hosted all by the same company. We provide reliable and secure E-Commerce solutions. Among the services we offer are; Web Hosting, custom site development, Domain Name Registration and Credit Card processing, We are a full service Internet Technology company offering affordable Internet solutions.
Yes, the websites we build use up to date codes, themes plugins and add-ons. Additionally, We offer SSL certificates in varying levels to secure your website and emails.
A Lake Charles-based Website design, hosting, and maintenance company.
We specialize in pre-existing businesses.
Most of our clients are pre-existing service businesses looking to have a website designed, maintained, and hosted all by the same company. We provide reliable and secure E-Commerce solutions. Among the services we offer are; Web Hosting, custom site development, Domain Name Registration and Credit Card processing,
We are a full service Internet Technology company offering affordable Internet solutions.