Posted by Michael Lavrik
In this illuminating discourse, our goal is to elucidate the distinctions between the two stalwarts of hosting – the Dedicated Server and its emerging counterpart, the Bare Metal Server. With a storied history dating back to 1999, InterServer’s extensive experience in offering Dedicated Servers. Recently, the nomenclature of Bare Metal Servers has surged into prominence, implying a straightforward proposition. It’s this very concept we aim to demystify, offering you clarity amid the hosting labyrinth.
Dedicated Servers: The Legacy of Performance
For decades, Dedicated Servers have been the bedrock of hosting solutions, embodying a commitment to unparalleled performance, resource exclusivity, and robust control. Read More
Understanding user roles is important when building a WordPress website. Maybe you want to hire a blogger to create new posts, or perhaps you want to hire a freelance editor to proofread existing posts for typos. You can collaborate with other professionals such as these by creating separate accounts. Instead of logging in to your website’s dashboard using your account, they can use their own account.
When creating user accounts in WordPress, though, you’ll have to choose roles for them. The content management system (CMS) features six user roles, each of which has specific permissions. Read More
1) Control Panel
Web hosting services often feature a control panel. A control panel is a class of software that creates a web-accessible graphical user interface (GUI) for a server.
Virtual Private Servers (VPS) give website owners more control of their site’s configurations and experience, so it’s no surprise that most website owners prefer it over standard shared hosting. Since customers have more control over server settings, VPS service is more challenging to secure. It’s still a virtual server connected to the network, so security for host administrators and customers should be a priority to protect data on the VPS instance and the host network.
VPS implies that web hosts offer virtual private servers that split up a bare-metal server into smaller VPS instances instead of sharing all resources using shared servers.
WordPress is a highly versatile content management system that can be used for a wide range of websites and online applications. One of the main reasons why WordPress is so popular is because of the vast number of plugins that are available for it. These plugins can be used to add new features to your website, or to optimize your website for better performance.
If you want your website to load faster, then you need to use a caching plugin. A caching plugin will create static versions of your pages and posts, which are then served to your visitors instead of dynamically generating the content each time someone visits your site.
We are excited to announce that we now accept crypto payments! We are also surprised by the number of payments that have already been made via cryptocurrency for web hosting, dedicated servers, and VPS orders. Clearly, this is a popular payment method that is here to stay.
As of last week, we added crypto as a new checkout payment option. It’s official: you can now pay us in cryptocurrency via the coinbase gateway. As they say “Better late than never”. It took us a while to finally accept crypto payments, as we were definitely skeptical these past few years.
Is your website design working for you or against you? Here are ten features of a well-designed business website to help you evaluate yours. A well-designed website will help you attract more visitors, convert more leads, and make more sales.
A mobile-friendly website is a must in today’s market. With over 60% of web traffic coming from mobile devices, your website must be designed to work well on smaller screens. If your website isn’t mobile-friendly, you’re likely losing out on a lot of business.
If you are looking to create a mobile-friendly website, there are a few things that you can do:
WordPress is the most popular platform for building websites. But it can be tricky to get started if you don’t know what you’re doing. In this beginners guide, you’ll learn how to install WordPress, create your first post, and add images and videos. You’ll also learn about essential website design tips and everyday functionality. Whether you’re a complete beginner or just looking to brush up on your skills, keep reading for everything you need to know about building websites with WordPress.
WordPress is a content management system (CMS) that enables you to build websites and blogs from scratch.
If you want to run your own website, you are going to need to have a server where all the files for the site can be stored. While it is technically possible to host your own website on your own computer or server, that is far from reliable and will require some very specialized knowledge. This is why the vast majority of websites today are hosted on servers run by a company that specializes in web hosting, such as InterServer.
Even if you know the basics about what web hosting is, there are some things you will want to understand before you sign up for an account.