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Top 10 Web Hosting Providers - Updated
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Web Hosting Plan Reviews
Web hosting plan reviews, like those featured on this site, bring with them their own unique set of technical phrases. Familiarize yourself with some brief definitions in our handy web hosting glossary. MORE
Server Hosting Providers
Shopping for server hosting providers is difficult at best and confusing at the least. It's even more of a challenge when you don't know what questions to ask. Certain features are nice to have, while others can impact the credibility of your website, and ultimately, your business. MORE
The Cheap Hosting Plan
None of us wants to pay more than necessary when we buy something, and this is particularly true of hosting services. The reality is, however, that you'll have to spend more in the long run if your hosting choice goes wrong. That said, it is possible to find a reliable cheap hosting plan. MORE
All About Dedicated Hosting
Dedicated hosting is a smart choice if you have decided that you need an entire server and internet connection specifically reserved for your business activity. But how do you know whether it's time to switch from a shared host to a dedicated host? MORE
All About Linux Hosting
A Linux hosting choice often comes down to cost, stability, and security. The open source Linux hosting alternative allows websites to be built on the Linux Operating System. Find out how Linux is different from Window hosting. MORE
Business Web Hosting
Your business web hosting plan needs to offer specific features to help you gain a competitive edge. After all, to be competitive, your business website should do more than simply provide visitors with information. MORE
Domain Name Hosting
Once you've built your website and secured a domain name, you need to bring the two together so that the general public can access your site. This is where domain name web hosting comes in. MORE
Virtual Web Hosting
Virtual hosting is the term used to describe multiple domains that are hosted on the same server. Virtual web hosting can be compared to leasing an item as opposed to purchasing it. Here are some advantages and disadvantages of virtual web hosting! MORE
Intro to ASP Hosting
ASP allows you to create imaginative, interactive web pages, and for your website to appear just as you intend on everyone's computer regardless of the browser they are using—something HTML can't do. MORE
Cold Fusion Hosting
Cold Fusion, a software suite by Macromedia, allows web-interactivity with databases. Thanks to cold fusion web hosting, you can now query, update, index, and chart databases from any web browser. MORE
Colocation Hosting Defined
Colocation hosting provides you (and your business) the bandwidth of a large business with a cost only slightly greater than that of a standard, basic web hosting package. Since you own your own server, colocation is really all about control. MORE
About PHP Hosting
PHP is an open source scripting language that borrows from the likes of C, Java, and Perl, and can be HTML-embedded. Using a PHP hosting provider rather than any old generic host save you loads of trouble, including not having to parse and compile your files or install and learn any additional web publishing tools. MORE
Reseller hosting means that not only can you find great web hosting for your site(s), but you can also provide it for others as an extra source of income. Web hosting reseller programs let you act as a go-between for existing web hosting providers and new clients that you find for them. MORE
Ruby: An Introduction
Ruby is a dynamic scripting language for programming all sorts of versatile operations, from processing text files to performing system management duties. Invented in 1993, Ruby is an object-oriented programming language. MORE